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The UK has voted to leave the EU in a referendum and the prime minister who called it, David Cameron, says he will quit. Cameron said the vote “must be respected,” but that another prime minister should implement it.
David Cameron has urged MPs to back UK airstrikes against ‘Islamic State’ in Syria. In a speech to the House of Commons, almost a fortnight since terror attacks in Paris killed 130 people, Cameron said that the terrorist organization is using its safe havens in northern Syria to launch plots against Britain. All seven plots in Britain this year were either plotted by ISIS or inspired by its propaganda, he said, using one of the alternate acronyms for IS
US, European, Russian and Iranian leaders will probably meet to discuss keeping Al-Assad in power temporarily, says political analyst
Foreign ministry spokesman calls for international cooperation to combat terrorism
UK expresses shared interest with Egypt to defeat terror, expresses concern for freedoms
King Abdullah awards Al-Sisi Medal of King Abdulaziz
“The Sri Lankan government needs to go further and faster on human rights and reconciliation,” David Cameron told a press conference.
Cameron and Putin met on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Saint Petersburg
By Philip Whitfield Once upon a time a crocodile was snoozing on the banks of the River Nile. Along came a spritely gazelle. She’d spotted a bunch of cherries on the opposite side. How to get across? One crocodile in sight indicated more dozing. “Wake up, Mr Crocodile,” she pleaded. The crocodile opened one eye …
Foreign ministry spokesman says we must find a political solution
The funeral of Margaret Thatcher took place with Queen Elizabeth II leading mourners from around the world in bidding farewell to one of Britain’s most influential and divisive prime ministers.
If unanimous EU support for lifting the measure is lacking, the French and British governments will decide to deliver weapons