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Britain`s Johnson visits Israel, Palestinian territories

British foreign minister Boris Johnson visited Israel and the Palestinian territories Wednesday for talks with leaders from both sides as Donald Trump`s arrival as US president casts uncertainty over the decades-old conflict.

EU shouldn't mete out trade punishment over Brexit: Boris Johnson

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Wednesday compared any attempt to punish Britain for leaving the European Union to a World War Two escape movie, saying both sides would do better to strike a mutually beneficial trade deal.

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in US to meet President-elect Donald Trump's team

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in US to meet President-elect Donald Trump's team

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is in the US to hold a series of meetings with President-elect Donald Trump's closest advisers and Congressional leaders.

Theresa May disclaims Foreign Minister Boris Johnson's remark on Saudi 'proxy war'

Britain's outspoken foreign secretary has claimed that UK ally Saudi Arabia was engaging in "proxy wars" in the Middle East, comments that Prime Minister Theresa May said do not represent Britain's position.

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in Pakistan for bilateral talks

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday arrived on a two-day official visit to Pakistan for talks on bilateral and regional issues, officials said.

Islamic State chief al Baghdadi has fled from besieged Mosul, says Britain

Islamic State chief al Baghdadi has fled from besieged Mosul, says Britain

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the top boss of the Islamic State, has fled from the besieged northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

UK foreign minister plays down new Cold War with Russia

British foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday it was not "entirely right" to talk about a new Cold War with Russia because Moscow did not pose as much of a threat to global stability as the former Soviet Union had.

UK Foreign Minister calls up Swaraj, ensures support in fight against terror

UK Foreign Minister calls up Swaraj, ensures support in fight against terror

He also condemned the terror attack on an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri town that killed 17 soldiers.

 Boris Johnson claims India owes UK multi-million pounds

Boris Johnson claims India owes UK multi-million pounds

Britain's new foreign secretary Boris Johnson has told the Parliament that India is on a long list of foreign missions who owe the country millions of pounds in unpaid bills.

Bahrain rebuffs British, US allies over opposition ban

Bahrain rebuffs British, US allies over opposition ban

Bahrain has rebuffed its British and US allies over a controversial ban on the kingdom`s largest opposition group, insisting it will brook no interference in its internal affairs.

Boris Johnson commits to Gibraltar post-Brexit

Johnson pledged that the government "will not enter into any process of sovereignty negotiations with which Gibraltar is not content.

May heads to Scotland in fight for Brexit UK unity

May heads to Scotland in fight for Brexit UK unity

Theresa May headed to Scotland on her first visit as Britain`s new prime minister.

Moscow pins hope on Boris Johnson for better UK-Russia relations

Moscow pins hope on Boris Johnson for better UK-Russia relations

Foreign Affairs Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zajarova said she hoped bilateral relations, which until now had been tense, would improve.

UK's Johnson a liar with his back against the wall, French counterpart says

In Boris Johnson, Britain has appointed a liar with his back against the wall as its new foreign secretary at a time when somebody reliable is needed in the role.

UK-Turkey ties stronger than Boris Johnson''s quips - Turkish official

Turkey will draw a line under disparaging comments by Britain`s new foreign secretary Boris Johnson about President Tayyip Erdogan and his nation.

Brexit: Britons deserve better political leadership

Hardeep S Puri/IANS

There are many deeply worrisome aspects of the Brexit, one particularly so. There are fault-lines in the functioning of democracies not only in the United Kingdom but elsewhere as well.

EU`s Juncker criticises `sad heroes of Brexit`

European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker sharply criticised politicians Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson as the "sad heroes" of Brexit who resigned instead of leading Britain through the EU exit they campaigned for.

Thousands of protesters march in London against Britain`s vote to leave the EU

Thousands of protesters march in London against Britain`s vote to leave the EU

Thousands marched through London on Saturday to protest against Britain`s vote to leave the EU, which has sparked political turmoil and polarised public opinion.

Britain pressured for quick EU split as Brexit impact begins

Britain pressured for quick EU split as Brexit impact begins

Global stock markets plunged on Friday, and sterling saw its biggest one-day drop in history after Britons voted by 52-48 percent to exit the EU, which it joined more than 40 years ago.
 

European Union trying to do same as Hitler, says UK's Boris Johnson

European Union trying to do same as Hitler, says UK's Boris Johnson

He said the last two thousand years of European history had featured repeated efforts to bring the continent together under a single government, emulating the Roman empire.