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Russia's Lavrov says no progress made in stand-off with Britain

After the first known offensive use of a nerve agent in Europe since World War Two , Britain has pointed the finger at President Vladimir Putin and on Thurs...


North Korea's top diplomat due in Sweden for talks

President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. "We'll see what happens next", Wallstrom told reporters after the talks concluded. Sweden has long...


Double murder in North York

Paramedics transported the woman to hospital, but the man was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said Sunday morning that the woman died of her injuries in ...


Vladimir Putin wins Russian presidential election

The British government dismissed the ambassador's suggestion as "nonsense". The UK also said it would crack down on Russian oligarchs who stash money in Londo...


Gowdy to Trump: If you didn't collude, 'act like it'

Graham made it clear that the McCabe issue is separate from the Mueller probe, saying, "The only reason Mr. Mueller could ever be dismissed is for cause". "My a...


With Grand Slam, Ireland the new king of European rugby

But the 58-year-old is certain he will not take charge of another worldwide side if he does step down. However, Jones is tied to the team until 2021 after sig...


France to 'take action' over spy poisoning in coming days

British Prime Minister Theresa May moved on Wednesday to expel 23 Russian diplomats from the United Kingdom after Moscow blew past a United Kingdom -imposed dea...


Congress: Narendra Modi government disrupted India's foreign policy

Rahul said "I don't say it with happiness but the last govt we formed did not stand up to the expectations of the people". Asked if the presence of the AL del...


Nancy Pelosi doesn't mind being sacrificial Lamb - at least metaphorically

The attempt here to nationalize it by the Republicans- I think they need to get a new game book. "I don't think that he ran against me the entire time". Pelos...


Philippines' Duterte calls for mass withdrawal from ICC

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday called for other signatories of the Rome Statute that established the International Criminal Court (ICC) t...


Putin wins Russia's presidential election

Asked about the percentage of votes he hopes to win, Putin told reporters that he would be satisfied with "any that gives the right to serve as President ". ...


Russia expels 23 British diplomats in spy-poisoning response

But Government insiders indicated that the Government has held back some measures, in order to take further action if Russian Federation responded in kind as ...


Sweden says North Korea talks ended, discussed peaceful end to stand-off

The source said that Sweden had been in close touch with the United States and South Korea before the Stockholm meetings and hoped the talks would lead to furth...


Violence claims more lives in Syria as thousands flee Ghouta

Backed by Russian Federation and Iran, government forces have thrust deep into eastern Ghouta on the capital's outskirts, splintering the rebel enclave into thr...


Salisbury spy scandal will not affect Russian presidential election

The Russian president said in a televised address that "the will of the people, the will of each Russian citizen, will determine the path the country will take"...


Vladimir Putin easily wins another six-year term, say exit polls

But some Russians reported being pressurised by their employers to show up and vote . State-run pollsters predict Putin will take about 70 percent of the v...


Auto drives into Kent nightclub, multiple injuries reported

Can you help? Investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector David Chewter of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate said:'This was a frightening experie...


More snow falls as 'mini beast from the east' sweeps in

Fresh falls of snow will be on and off across the north-east of England and Wales. In the meantime, weather prediction maps from the Met Office and Weather ...


Merkel, Macron to put aside differences for eurozone reform

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared on Friday to welcome France's calls for bold eurozone reforms, saying that greater cohesion was required across the b...


Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats as crisis over nerve toxin attack deepens

Now, years after what should have been a resolution to the matter, Skripal lies at death's door due to exposure to a chemical weapon developed in the Soviet Uni...


Russian Federation expels British diplomats from Moscow in retaliatory move

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the Salisbury incident is "highly likely" to have been a state execution, and Russian president Vladimir Putin "is r...


Boris Johnson Slams Moscow's Response to Expulsion of Russian Diplomats From UK

The closure of the consulate in St. Petersburg was not given a firm deadline, with the Foreign Ministry saying only that consulate employees will be given suffi...


Winning Powerball ticket sold in Pennsylvania

A grand prize victor would have the choice of taking the $455 million jackpot doled out over 29 years, or taking a one-time, lump-sum payment of $269.4 million....


Britain's top diplomat says Russia's Vladimir Putin ordered ex-spy's poisoning

Specialist officers in protective suits prepare to secure the police forensic tent that had been blown over by the wind and is covering the bench where Sergei ...


Spy poisoning scandal: Did Vladimir Putin himself order the attack?

Putin urged Russians to "use their right to choose the future for the great Russia that we all love". The statement comes just hours after media reports sugge...


Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

Mr Chizhov, when asked how the nerve agent came to be used in Salisbury, said: "When you have a nerve agent or whatever, you check it against certain samples th...


Modi government 'mismanaged' Jammu and Kashmir problem, says Manmohan Singh

He said India should send warnings to Pakistan, and our defense expenditure, "1.6% of the GDP", is "far too inadequate". The BJP has messed up the economy. ...


Rajya Sabha polls: 2 BJP nominees withdraw, race still tight for BSP

It will be a repeat of the previous biennial election in which the third candidate of Congress, former Indian Police Service (IPS) officer K C Ramamurthy was el...


SUSSEX WEATHER: Bitter cold, frost and snow

Up to 5cm (2in) of snow could fall in some parts of the country and up to 20cm (8in) on higher ground - prompting yellow snow and ice warnings for the North Eas...


May says considering next steps after Russian Federation expels British diplomats

The Foreign Secretary said the Kremlin's tit-for-tat expulsion of 23 British diplomats and the closures of the British consulate in St Petersburg and the Brit...