Research consultancy Oliver Wyman suggested Brexit could lead to as few as 2,000 London job losses to elsewhere -- but as many as 35,000 in a worst case scenario.
Poroshenko was repeatedly criticised at home for maintaining businesses in Russia despite his claims that Moscow was an "aggressor".
The dispute peaked earlier this month when the Greek immigration ministry accused local officials of impeding efforts to find replacement accommodation for hundreds of migrants sleeping in sub-zero temperatures.
At least 25 people, including several children, were feared dead after a barrage of snow hit the Hotel Rigopiano on Wednesday afternoon, ripping the three-storey building from its foundations and moving it ten metres (11 yards).
The Tauheedul Muslim girls’ and boys’ schools in Blackburn, Lancashire, run by the Tauheedul Education Trust, beat off competition from London grammars
Rights groups say government is complicit in 'pushbacks' of refugees to Macedonia and Bulgaria, including families dumped in forests with Belgrade, Serbia as well as hundreds of refugees are now living in miserable conditions in makeshift camps
With the political upheaval of the last year that investors are trying to make sense of, the religion of the global elite — free trade and open markets — is under attack
Elections on January 29 show Socialist heavyweights hinting support at Macron as their party's nominee
With Brexit around the corner, time is ticking for the Scottish referendum as the Brexit creates new fears
BfV head Hans-Georg Maassen says country’s security situation regarding PKK 'closely related to the situation in Turkey'
Angelino Alfano, on a one-day visit to Tunis, met with his counterpart Khemaies Jhinaoui and President Beji Caid Essebsi and promised closer relations between the two Mediterranean nations.
Turkey extends condolences to 'friend and ally' Italy
May sought to reassure guests at the World Economic Forum in Davos that Brexit did not signal a retreat into protectionism, as a slew of banks revealed plans to relocate staff following her announcement on Tuesday that Britain would leave the single market.
Voicing deep concerns about the development, Stoltenberg said cyber defence will play a key role at the next NATO summit.
The quakes, all measuring more than five magnitude, struck close to Amatrice, the mountain town devastated by an August earthquake that left nearly 300 people dead.
A right wing gathering on Saturday comes ahead of closely-watched votes in key eurozone countries in coming months.
"I am noticing a trend here that the smugglers are now using Slovakia," the Kurier daily cited Hans-Peter Doskozil as saying in its online edition.
Leaders talk about importance of increasing joint efforts to de-escalate tensions in southeastern Ukraine
German Chancellor says 27 EU member states would preserve unity during exit negotiations with UK
In angry exchanges in the House of Commons, the day after May set out her negotiating objectives on Brexit, opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said she "demeans herself and her office and our country's standing" by making such threats
Nezzar was in office from 1990 to 1994 when the military was battling an Islamist opposition in a bloody civil war.
Extreme weather ruins small fishing boats which saved many lives during 2015 refugee crisis