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Vladimir Putin has arrived in Japan for a summit aimed at seeking progress on a territorial row that’s soured relations between the two countries.
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The EU and Cuba agreed a deal on Monday to normalise ties as Brussels softened its stance on human rights in the Latin American country following the death of long-time leader Fidel…
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UK PM to visit US in a bid to develop ties with the Trump administration after the President-elect suggested making Farage an Ambassador
Deal to reunite Cyprus within reach, UN chief Ban says
A deal to reunite the divided island of Cyprus is within reach, UN chief Ban Ki-moon has said at the start of five days of United Nations led talks in…
Boris Johnson ditches insults and talks 'jumbo' trade deals in Turkey
The UK's foreign minister on a trip to Ankara has focused on future ties, putting aside previous negative comments about Turkey during the EU referendum campaign.
First US-Cuba scheduled passenger flight in five decades
For the first time in more than half a century, a scheduled, commercial passenger flight has travelled from the United States to Cuba.
Brexit 'shuttle diplomacy' underway for EU leaders
Brexit means Brexit, according to Britain’s prime minister Theresa May.
Biden reassures Erdogan but Turkey-US tensions persist over Gulen
President Erdogan has received an apology from US vice president for not visiting Turkey earlier after the failed coup attempt.
Russia changes tactics and uses an Iranian base to launch airstrikes inside Syria
Russian military jets have taken off from an Iranian airbase to launch strikes at Syrian targets in a move which will cut flight times and increase bombing payloads.
Kerry and Abbas in Paris talks on Middle East peace
US Secretary of State John Kerry met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Paris on Saturday to discuss efforts to move toward a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian…
France closes diplomatic missions in Turkey over security concerns
France has closed its diplomatic missions until further notice in Turkey’s two main cities – Ankara and Istanbul – due to security concerns.
Kerry pledges support for Georgia's western aims before NATO summit
US Secretary of State John Kerry has sought to reassure Georgia of American support during a visit to Tbilisi ahead of a NATO summit this weekend expected to focus on the threat posed by…
Putin signs energy deals with China
Russia’s president Vladimir Putin is on a state visit to China to sign a series of energy deals.
Merkel pushes for rule of law and market access in China
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has begun her ninth official trip to China with an appeal for an independent judiciary.
Putin in Greece to talk trade and energy
Russian President Vladimir Putin received full military honours and a warm welcome at Athens airport for his first visit to Greece in nine…
Obama 'significantly concerned' about civil liberties in Vietnam
The US president expresses "significant concern" over freedom of speech in Vietnam as a number of activists are prevented from meeting him.
Obama sits down for $6 meal in Vietnam
‘When in Vietnam, do as the Vietnamese do’ comes to mind, as Obama sits down for a $6 meal at a streetside restaurant in Hanoi, hours after lifting an historic arms embargo with the former enemy of th
Obama lifts five- decades-long arms embargo on Vietnam
President Barack Obama has announced that the United States is to lift its arms embargo on Vietnam, which has been in place for 50 years.
Key Chinese official pledges to listen to Hong Kong
Zhang Dejiang is the highest-ranking leader to visit the former British colony since democracy protests broke out in 2014.