Category: GWYNNE DYER
It’s a slow process, this business of getting recognized as an independent state, but the Palestinians are making progress.
European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso argued Monday that Britain is better in the European Union and warned that alienating its allies would be a "historic mistake", as pressure mounts from British eurosceptics before elections.
President Barack Obama urged Americans on Oct. 18 not to give in to "hysteria" about the spread of the virus.
President Erdoğan met President Ghani, his first vice president Abdul Rashid Dostum, and his former poll rival Abdullah Abdullah, who took the new role of 'chief executive'
European leaders expressed hope Friday of solving the bloody Ukraine conflict following "positive" talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, only for the Kremlin to berate them as out of touch with reality.
Workers in England's state-run National Health Service go on strike on Monday for the first time since 1982 following a government refusal to hike their pay.
British lawmakers were to hold a non-binding vote Monday on recognising Palestine although government ministers will abstain in a sign of how politically sensitive the issue is.
Britain said it had deployed a team of army trainers to Iraq to help Kurdish peshmerga fighters maintain and use heavy machineguns against ISIL militants
The largely left-wing UK anti-war movement has acquired a powerful right-wing ally: The maverick leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party and darling of the British media, Nigel Farage
Britain should put troops on the ground in the Middle East to fight ISIL militants, the brother of a beheaded British aid worker has said.
Britain has reacted with horror to the beheading of hostage Alan Henning, who many had dared to hope might be spared after a cross-community appeal for his release
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Oct. 3 became the first world leader to hold talks with newly-inaugurated Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, as NATO troops end their long war against the Taliban.
Britain's interior minister on Tuesday proposed measures to ban extremist groups and curb the activities of radical Islamist preachers even if they have committed no crime
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
Since the end of the Cold War, the number of sovereign states in the international system has increased, and state borders have changed significantly
US President Barack Obama led the UN Security Council in approving a resolution demanding that countries take action to stem the flow of foreign jihadists to Iraq and Syria.
Inaction will be more costly than a quick and timely approach to reverse the effects of climate change, Turkish President Erdoğan says, vowing to take action
Scotland rejected independence in a referendum that left the centuries-old United Kingdom intact
If the Scots vote “yes” to independence on Sept. 18, as one opinion poll now suggests they will, three things are likely to happen in the following week.
Westminster promised to guarantee Scotland high levels of state funding, granting Scots greater control over healthcare spending in a last-ditch attempt to shore up support for the United Kingdom before Thursday's vote on independence
ISIL claimed the beheading of a British aid worker, an act slammed as "pure evil" by Prime Minister David Cameron who vowed Britain would do all it could to catch the killers.
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