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Russia expels 60 US diplomats in escalating global standoff
Moscow expels 60 US diplomats and closes the American embassy in St Petersburg in an escalating global standoff provoked by the poisoning of a former Russian double-agent living in the UK.
Russia blames Washington pressure for western expulsions of diplomats
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says Russia will retaliate.
Russia defiant as its diplomats arrive home
Russia is defiant as the 23 of its diplomats expelled by the UK arrive back in Moscow. The Ambassador even suggests the UK may be in breach of its international obligations.
In tit-for-tat move Russia expels 23 British diplomats
After blaming Moscow for attacking a former spy with a nerve agent Britain had expelled 23 Russian diplomats.
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NATO Secretary General visits FYROM as it renews bid to join the allia
Jens Stoltenberg has made a rare visit to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, which is renewing its bid to join the alliance.
Brazil expels Venezuela's top diplomat in the country
The Brazilian foreign ministry say Gerardo Antonio Delgado Maldonado will have to leave the country and that the decision was a "swift measure".
Guatemala sides with Trump over recognition of Jerusalem
Israel's PM heaps praise on Guatemala's President, while Palestinians say he is on the 'wrong side of history'
"Fonduegate" sparks row of international proportions
An Englishman living in Paris wanted to buy some Beaufort cheese for his fondu, but was refused by the cheesemonger he visited, sparking a row of international proportions.
Boris Johnson and Sergei Lavrov clash in Moscow
British Foreign Secretary and his Russian counterpart agree relations are bad, with tough exchanges on various subjects
Zaghari-Ratcliffe: new hopes aid worker will be freed in Iran
Husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe says he is cautious but optimistic about news from lawyers in Tehran
Court hearing for jailed British-Iranian charity worker postponed
A court hearing for a jailed British-Iranian charity worker has been postponed, just hours after a meeting between the UK Foreign Secretary and the Iranian President
Gaza deaths & ongoing clashes after Trump's Jerusalem move
Funerals have been held for two Hamas gunmen killed in Gaza in Israeli airstrikes, while clashes continue between Palestinians and Israeli forces
North Koreans arrested amid mystery boat arrivals off Japan
Some 28 cases of North Korean boats found drifting off Japan or grounded last month raise suspicions about possible infiltration by spies
Mounting concern over jailed British-Iranian woman
Husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe says he’s attempting to go to Tehran urgently for a new court date on December 10
Saudi Arabia's proxy war with Iran intensifies
Saudi Arabia has opened a new front in its proxy war with Iran, threatening Tehran’s ally Hezbollah and its home country Lebanon. The regional
Havana moves to boost ties with Cuban Americans
"The US government closes, and Cuba opens," Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said, calling reports of 'acoustic attacks' on US diplomats in Havana "political manipulation".
Iraqi soldiers seize Kirkuk after independence referendum
Iraqi soldiers have seized Kirkuk in an attempt to quash an independence bid following a referendum in the region
Turkey-US tensions over visa suspensions explained
A number of factors have been pushing the two countries apart in recent months.
Turkey and United States mutually scale back visa services
Washington and Ankara row over arrest of US consulate employee in Istanbul
US expels Cuban diplomats as relations worsen
Washington accuses Havana of failing to protect US embassy staff against 'sonic attacks'.
US diplomats ordered to leave embassy in Cuba over mystery illness
Staff ordered to leave US Embassy in Havana after "specific attacks" on diplomats.
Poland, a two-speed EU and the future of the bloc in Central Europe
A mix of criticism and concerns is mounting in Central Europe against the two-speed Europe project.
Moscow complains about US search of consulate
US searches of Russian diplomatic buildings have provoked the anger of Moscow.
Merkel: Germany 'must react decisively' to detentions in Turkey
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her government may rethink its ties with Turkey after two more German nationals were detained there on what it suspects are political charges.
Paradise lost in Guam? Living under the shadow of North Korea's nuclear threat
Just a few days ago the US territory of Guam was the ideal place to ignore the world’s problems. That was before it became a target for North Korea’s
North Korea denounces latest UN sanctions
Pyongyang has vowed to take action over sanctions approved at the weekend, reportedly rejecting calls for talks over its nuclear programme.