Gulf powers and Israel have welcomed US President Donald Trump’s announcement to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal last night.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has turned up the pressure on president Trump to stay in the Iran nuclear deal amid his arrival for talks in Washington.
As results roll in from England’s local elections yesterday, the Conservatives emerge undamaged, with slightly disappointing results for Labour.
World Press Freedom day — created to celebrate the achievements of the free press — is an opportunity to reflect on the economic benefits of a free media.
The future of the UK’s railway network has been laid out at the UK railway infrastructure exhibition Infrarail.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to prove that Iran covertly purchased nuclear weapons and that “Iran lied.
US President Donald Trump has given the European Union (EU), Canada, Mexico and other allies a 30-day reprieve from new steel and aluminium tariffs, delaying the controversial measures just days before a high-level delegation heads to China for trade discussions.
It has been 50 years since the UK Abortion Act became law in 1967 — but in some quarters the issue is far from settled.
North Korea and South Korea have come a step closer to peace as they today began to dismantle border loudspeakers that have blasted propaganda at each other for decades.
Earlier this month — on what happened to be the anniversary of the 1961 attempted Bay of Pigs invasion by the US CIA — Cuba’s National Assembly selected Miguel Díaz-Canel as the country’s new president.
To say the last decade has been difficult for Europe’s southern states would be an understatement.
North and South Korea took the first tentative steps towards peace today during a summit with global implications.
A looming trade war between the EU and the US will be at the centre of talks when German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives in Washington today for her second meeting with US President Trump at the Oval office.
The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has walked across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea today, hand-in-hand with South Korea’s president Moon Jae-in.
Facebook is rolling out new measures to make political ads more transparent for UK users, according to the company’s chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer.
French President Emmanuel Macron arrived at the White House armed with a plan to preserve the Iran nuclear deal that is due to expire next month unless US President Donald Trump extends it.
The leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un will be served a trademark Swiss potato dish called rosti at the opening of a historic Korean summit on Friday, South Korea’s Blue House has said.
Armenia’s Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan has resigned after week-long protests against his ten-year rule.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) summit has opened in Doha, with delegates from countries around the world coming together to talk about the future of aviation in one of fastest growing markets.
Every sector of UK society is dominated by men, a survey by gender equality charity the Fawcett Society has revealed.
Everyone has their pet peeves at work.
French President Emmanuel Macron will begin a three day visit to Washington DC today, with the Iranian nuclear accord topping the agenda.
Direct flights to the US by Russia’s flagship carrier Aeroflot could be halted by visa delays for airline staff, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Open Society Foundations (OSF), the international charity led by billionaire George Soros, is to move out of Hungary after political threats.
Romania looks set to join the US and Guatemala in moving its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Puerto Rico is once again suffering an island-wide blackout, after a freak accident last night.
Commonwealth leaders from 53 mostly former British colonies will come together in London today, with UK Prime Minister Theresa May looking to strengthen ties with the Commonwealth before the UK quits the European Union in just under a year’s time.
China’s largest tropical island Hainan will expand visa-free travel to tourists from 33 countries from May.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has announced today that the country will have snap elections on 24 June.
It’s a busy week in what has been an eventful couple of months for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the global chemical weapons watchdog.