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Scottish parliament to vote on independence Tuesday: Official

A vote in Scotland`s parliament on supporting First Minister Nicola Sturgeon`s call for a new independence referendum will be delayed until Tuesday in a gesture of respect following the attack on the British parliament.

30,000 Kurds stage anti-Erdogan protest in Germany

Some 30,000 Kurds staged a protest in the German city of Frankfurt against Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the media reported on Sunday.

British PM Theresa May blocks second Scottish independence referendum

British PM Theresa May blocks second Scottish independence referendum

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday ruled out a call for a Scottish independence referendum by saying "now is not the time" for another vote.

'Now is not the time' says Theresa May rejecting Scots independence vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday rejected the Scottish government's call for a second referendum on independence before Britain leaves the EU but did not entirely rule out a vote.

Pakistan should conduct referendum to check if its citizens want to be part of India: Rajnath Singh

Pakistan should conduct referendum to check if its citizens want to be part of India: Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that a referendum must be conducted in Pakistan to check whether their citizens want to remain there or want to merge with India.

Matteo Renzi steps down as Italy's Prime Minister after conceding heavy defeat in referendum

Matteo Renzi steps down as Italy's Prime Minister after conceding heavy defeat in referendum

Renzi said he would be visiting President Sergio Mattarella on Monday to hand in his resignation following a final meeting of his cabinet.

'Referendum if Scotland's vote against Brexit not respected'

'Referendum if Scotland's vote against Brexit not respected'

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today warned British Prime Minister Theresa May of holding an independent referendum if Scotland's vote against Brexit is "not respected".

UK vote to leave EU `adds to uncertainty` in global economy: G20

Britain`s vote to leave the European Union heightened risks for the world economy, finance chiefs from the G20 group of leading countries said Sunday at a meeting in China.

Morocco allows 25 UN staffers to return to Western Sahara

Five UN staffers have returned to the UN mission in disputed Western Sahara.

"Not on the same page": Brexit poses threat to British universities

Britain`s vote to leave the European Union has left the country`s universities with a problem to solve.

Brexit vote sends new shocks through financial markets, political chaos deepens

Brexit vote sends new shocks through financial markets, political chaos deepens

Britain`s decision to leave the European Union sent new shockwaves through financial markets on Monday, with the pound falling despite the country`s leaders` attempts to ease political and economic turmoil unleashed by the move. 

Referendum: An agent of direct democracy or a political tool?

The latest petition that currently commands over 3 million signatures was launched after “What is the EU” topped the charts on Google Trends throughout the UK, Northern Ireland and Scotland on Brexit night.

Gold price to zoom to Rs 33,500 levels by 2016-end: Experts

Gold price to zoom to Rs 33,500 levels by 2016-end: Experts

Gaining from safe haven buying post the Brexit referendum, gold prices are likely to remain firm and touch Rs 33,500 by the year-end due to factors like US elections, ongoing geopolitical tensions and volatility in currency markets, experts said.

Colombia to get UN peace monitors, possible referendum

Colombia to get UN peace monitors, possible referendum

Some 400 UN personnel will monitor a disarmament deal ending Colombia's civil war and courts will rule in July whether a referendum can be held to endorse the ceasefire, officials said.

Brexit 'wake-up call for Europe', says Austrian President Heinz Fischer

Brexit 'wake-up call for Europe', says Austrian President Heinz Fischer

Austrian President Heinz Fischer on Friday called the British decision to leave the European Union a "wake up call" for Europe.

Britain exits European Union, first country to leave 28-nation bloc

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EU founding states to hold post-Brexit talks on Saturday

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier will host talks on Saturday with his counterparts from the European Union`s founding nations, following Britain`s vote to leave the bloc.

After Brexit victory, India says will strive to strengthen ties with UK, EU both

After Brexit victory, India says will strive to strengthen ties with UK, EU both

The UK voted to leave the European Union after 43 years in a historic referendum. Leave won by 52 percent to 48 percent votes.

Far right FN party calls for French "Frexit" referendum on EU

The anti-immigrant, anti-euro FN, was the only major French political party to call for Britons to vote to leave the EU.