Zhang Dejiang is the highest-ranking leader to visit the former British colony since democracy protests broke out in 2014.
Germany’s Foreign Minister says there has been no breakthrough at today’s meeting of foreign ministers of the Normandy format countries in Berlin
The European Union’s executive arm says it is concerned that Austria is building a border fence and control station at the country’s main Alpine
Staffan de Mistura says the two-month old Syrian ceasefire "hangs by a thread."
NATO has reopened informal talks with Russia for the first time in nearly two years. Diplomats met for over 90 minutes to discuss Ukraine and the
EU representative Federica Mogherini held several meetings in Iran to reopen economic relations between Europe and Tehran. The president of Iran’s
The US Secretary of State John Kerry has been in Baghdad to show support for Iraq especially over its battle against the so-called Islamic State
The US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Baghdad on Friday to show his support for Iraq, whose government is embroiled in domestic problems as
Teams from Turkey and Israel have made progress towards a reconciliation deal. The two sides met in London on Thursday (April 7). A statement
US President Barack Obama takes to the dance floor at a state dinner in Argentine city of Buenos Aires, trying out the traditional Argentine Tango.
US President Barack Obama has promised a new era in relations with Argentina, with US firms announcing more than two billion dollars of new
Even in Cuba the victims of the Brussels bomb attacks were remembered in a minutes silence at the start of a baseball match attended by President
On the two biggest sticking points, the economy and human rights, neither leader appeared to give any ground at a press conference following bilateral talks, but both Obama and Castro remained positiv
President Barack Obama and his family visit Havana’s old quarter as a three-day-trip gets under way to the country which hasn’t seen a US president
Air Force One the US presidential jet landed at Havana’s main airport on Sunday at the start of a historic visit by an American leader. President
On Monday, Russia surprised the international community with the announcement that it is to begin the partial withdrawal of its troops from Syria
As US President Barack Obama prepares for his trip to the Cuban capital on March 20, residents of Florida's Little Havana in Miami are divided on his Cuban policy.
They are unlikely pen-pals. But Barack Obama and a Cuban pensioner have exchanged letters, with the US leader responding to the 76-year-old’s
The Russian President met with his Serbian counterpart in The Kremlin on Thursday. Vladimir Putin and Tomislav Nicolic discussed Russian-Serbian
Controversy is mounting after the French presidency awarded the Légion d’Honneur, the country’s highest decoration, to Mohammed ben Nayef, Crown
Greece recalled its ambassador in Vienna, the country’s foreign ministry said, after Austria excluded it from a meeting of Balkan states on Europe’s
US President Barack Obama is to pay a historic visit to Cuba "in the coming weeks" marking the conclusion of his efforts to restore relations following half a century of tensions between Washington an
In this week’s Perspectives, we follow reports from around Europe on the crisis in Syria and the effects on those who live there. World powers agreed
US Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Munich hoping to resurrect Syrian Peace talks . He’s pushing for a ceasefire for humanitarian aid to
Presidential candidates will certainly have to deal with a new and unprecedented situation in the relations between the United States and Cuba
Cuba is entering a new era in diplomatic relations. At the start of 2016, President Raul Castro became the first Cuban leader to visit France in 21