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French president François Hollande has spoken in Paris on the theme of democracy in the face of terrorism.
The leaders of Germany and Turkey discussed the migrant issue, Incirlik air base, the Armenian question and visa liberalisation
Escalating war of words between Ankara and Vienna, which suggested Turkey was heading towards "dictatorship" after last month's failed military coup.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has laid out some more controversial foreign policy, including the Gulf states paying for air and ground safe zones in Syria.
The handling of a pro-Erdogan rally in Cologne over the weekend has further strained relations between Turkey and Germany.
The British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has promised the UK will maintain close ties with its European neighbours despite the Brexit vote.
The number of foreigners visiting Turkey plummeted by over 40 percent in June, the biggest fall in tourist numbers in over two decades.
UK finance minister Philip Hammond has promised a 'reset' of government policy if Britain's economic weakness continues after business surveys showed a fall in orders and confidence.
This article has been modified to take account of comments made by French President François Hollande and British Prime Minister Theresa May at their meeting on July…
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of all the top stories from across Europe.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has tried to calm the waters following the British vote to leave the European Union.
Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro demonstrated in Caracas on Tuesday to defend their champion and reject calls for a referendum that could force the chosen heir of the late socialist f
The French foreign minister says major world powers intend present a set of incentives and guarantees to encourage Israelis and Palestinians to revive stalled peace…
A council in Italy’s northeastern Veneto region, is urging its national government to abandon EU international policy and recognise Crimea as being part of…
The Middle East became a major battleground of the presidential race in the United States on Monday, as the likely Democratic and Republican nominees
Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump vowed an unbreakable bond with Israel, slammed the nuclear deal with Iran and challenged the United
Foreign ministers from Germany and France have flown to Kyiv, to push Ukraine to move forward reforms needed for the Minsk peace agreement
Officials from the United States and Cuba have signed an agreement to restore passenger flights between the two countries. The signing ceremony in
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif is in Brussels on a mission to broaden ties with Europe. He’s set to meet EU Parliament President Martin Schulz
The US State Department has, for the first time, conceded that seven email chains on Hillary Clinton’s home server contain top secret information
The lifting of most international sanctions marks a new era for Iran, economically and diplomatically, which is reflected in an announcement by
Three out of four Iranian-Americans released from prison in Iran have left Tehran aboard a Swiss aircraft. The three – Jason Rezaian, The Washington
Jason Rezaian, a Washington Post journalist who’s one of four Americans being released from prison in Iran as part of a deal coinciding with the news
As diplomats gathered in Vienna on Saturday to announce the lifting of international sanctions on Tehran under last year’s nuclear deal, Iran’s state
President Obama has told the US Congress that American foreign policy must prepare beyond the priority of defeating ISIL and al Qaeda.
The Turkish government has agreed to reorganise its military presence at the Bashiqa camp in northern Iraq. The deal comes after Baghdad demanded an
Itar-Tass reported some 900 people turned up outside the Turkish embassy on Wednesday to pelt it with eggs, tomatoes and stones in protests. The
The Syria crisis and Russia’s involvement are topping the agenda of an EU foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg. It comes as questions mount over