British Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned on Thursday thrusting Prime Minister Theresa May’s government into turmoil just two days after she clinched an EU divorce deal that was mauled by opponents, allies and mutinous members of her party.
Brexit Secretary Raab resigns thrusting May's government into turmoil
A US Congress-mandated panel of bipartisan experts has warned that the United States runs the risk of losing a military confrontation with China or Russia.
US at risk of losing war with Russia or China: Experts
Tanzania’s second-biggest donor Denmark said it would withhold $10 million worth of aid money, citing concerns over human rights abuses and “unacceptable homophobic comments” made by a government official.
Tanzania loses Denmark aid over rights concerns after World Bank scraps loan
London, Paris, and Washington are lacking the political courage to pressure Saudi Arabia over the Yemeni conflict and to ensure that Riyadh is held accountable, Bruno Stagno-Ugarte, the deputy executive director for advocacy at Human Rights Watch told Sputnik.
UK, France, US lack courage to pressure Saudis over Yemen
The Kremlin has warned the US against imposing any new sanctions on Russia, saying such a move will “further complicate” bilateral ties.
Any unilateral US sanctions illegitimate, could complicate bilateral ties, says Russia
Britain has marked the 70th birthday of its heir to the throne Prince Charles amid fresh warnings that his potential ascent to power would be both dangerous and troublesome.
Britain’s Prince Charles celebrates 70th birthday amid calls for abdication
British politics will be thrown “into chaos” for weeks to come as uncertainty grows over whether the government would be able to sell a draft deal it has reached with the European Union on leaving the bloc, says an academic and political commentator in London.
Draft Brexit deal sparks chaos in British politics: Analyst
Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have agreed to intensify talks aimed at reaching a peace treaty that would end a long-running territorial dispute.
Russia, Japan agree to intensify peace treaty talks
President Donald Trump lashed out at France — the whole country, as well as its president, Emmanuel Macron — Tuesday, two days after returning from a trip to Paris to commemorate the end of World War I.
Trump rips Macron for denouncing nationalism
Italian borrowing costs have risen after the government resubmitted draft budget proposals without the significant changes sought by the European Commission.
Italy faces higher borrowing costs, sanctions on budget

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