Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu sends condolences after explosion claims 22 lives at pop concert
May reiterated that Britain would be leaving the European single market and the customs union and warned of battles ahead over the next two years as the country negotiates its departure from the European Union.
International director of British-based human rights group says police demands for passwords would breach clients' trust
CAGE director Muhammad Rabbani charged with obstruction after refusing to surrender passwords during airport detention
Binali Yildirim attended international Somalia conference
In the past 12 months, the total wealth of Britain's richest 1,000 individuals and families surged 14 percent to £658 billion ($854 billion, 777 billion euros), the paper said.
UKIP loses nearly all the seats it previously held
Announcement follows emergency meeting of Queen’s household staff, creating speculations on social media
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier warns against 'illusion' of painless Brexit
Nearly 5,000 local authority seats are being contested across Britain on Thursday, while six new mayoralties are also up for grabs.
Angela Merkel has toughened her stance on the UK, saying that the country will not be entitled to the same rights as EU members
London claims snap UK election is no barrier to local deal being struck between pro-British unionists, Irish nationalists
The revelation raises fresh questions over Myanmar's lukewarm response to the death of Gary Ferguson, 47, whose battered body was found inside his Yangon apartment in November.
May, who made the shock call for an early election on Tuesday, needs to bolster her narrow majority of 17 seats ahead of likely tortuous talks with Brussels that could re-open old wounds within her Conservative Party.
"Predictability and reliability are more important than ever after Britain's Brexit vote. Drawn-out uncertainty does the political and economic relationship between Europe and Britain no good," said German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel.
May's statement comes after routine Cabinet meeting
"It's tribal, it's absolutely tribal, so on that basis it's genocide," Patel told reporters in Uganda on Wednesday, according to a ministry press officer travelling with her.
Report refuses to rule out foreign cyber-attack on website which crashed while registering voters for Brexit referendum
Saturday's march sees hundreds condemn Syria regime for chemical arms use in Khan Shaykhun town, killing over 100 civilians
"The UK remains one of the most important markets for Faroese seafood exports. A new trade agreement with the UK to ensure future exports is therefore a priority of the Faroese government," it wrote in a statement.