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UK's Theresa May raised intelligence concerns with Donald Trump after leaks row: Source

British Prime Minister Theresa May raised concerns with U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday over leaks to U.S. media about the Manchester suicide bombing, a British government source said.

US President Donald Trump meets EU leaders in Brussels

US President Donald Trump meets EU leaders in Brussels

US President Donald Trump on Thursday met leaders of the main European Union institutions here as part of his first international tour after taking office in January.

Donald Trump faces rougher reception in NATO, EU meetings

Trump will meet Europe`s chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk.

Donald Trump promises peace push after talk with Pope Francis

Donald Trump promises peace push after talk with Pope Francis

Donald Trump vowed Wednesday to use his US presidency to promote peace around the world after what he depicted as an inspirational meeting with an initially grim-faced Pope Francis.


NATO chief rules out combat role against Islamic State

NATO's chief says members are discussing whether to join the international coalition fighting the Islamic State group but insists the alliance will not deploy combat troops.

NATO chiefs recommend joining anti-Islamic State coaltion

NATO's top brass today said they believed the alliance should consider joining the anti-Islamic State coalition put together by Washington to fight jihadists in Syria and Iraq.

No question of breaking European Union ties: Turkey

It is out of the question for Turkey to break off relations with the EU and it will press ahead with its membership bid, Turkish EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik said on Wednesday.

Erdogan warns Turkey could 'say goodbye' to EU

Relations between Ankara and Brussels have tumbled to unprecedented lows following a failed coup bid on July 15.

UN chief says suspected chemical attack shows 'war crimes' in Syria

 A suspected chemical weapons attack which left more than 70 dead in a rebel-held town shows war crimes continue in Syria.

Bashar al-Assad regime responsible for 'awful' Syria attack: European Union

The regime of Bashar al-Assad bears "primary responsibility" for a suspected chemical attack that killed at least 58 people in a rebel-held town in Syria, EU diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini said today.

Hungary launches 'Stop Brussels' questionnaire campaign

Hungary launched an anti-EU campaign on Wednesday that asks households in a survey their advice on how to deal with Brussels policies that it says threaten Hungarians' independence.

US presses NATO allies on counter-terror, defense budgets

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today urged his NATO counterparts to boost their defense budgets and do more to combat extremists in Syria and Iraq.

Kurdish voters stabbed outside Turkish consulate in Brussels

Protests erupted after Turkish government supporters on Thursday allegedly attacked and injured three Kurds going to vote in Turkey`s constitutional referendum at its consulate in Brussels, local media reported.

Is Britain's Article 50 reversible?

The answer to the question of whether Britain's exit process from the European Union is revocable is simple: it just depends who you ask.

EU vows unity as Britain braces for Brexit

With the clock ticking on Britain's EU membership, the bloc's leadership vows unity while in London the government begins the arduous task of disentangling itself from Brussels.

Rex Tillerson to travel to Turkey, Brussels

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will travel to Turkey and then to the NATO headquarters in Brussels aiming to quell a controversy caused by the announcement that he would not attend a meeting of the alliance`s foreign ministers.

11 dead as migrant boat sinks off Turkey coast: Report

Eleven people drowned and four were missing after a migrant boat sank off Turkey`s Aegean coast on Friday.

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to skip NATO meeting next month

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will skip a NATO meeting in April but travel to Russia the same month, officials said Tuesday, fuelling fears about Washington`s commitment to the alliance.

Muslims suffer year of discrimination after Brussels bombs

Belgian teenager Ahmed is still reeling from the hostile reception he received from a teacher the first day he attended a new sports school last September.

EU targets Syrian military for chemical weapons attacks

The European Union imposed sanctions on Monday against four senior Syrian military officials accused of using chemical weapons on civilians, after Russia and China blocked similar measures at the United Nations.