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PM Narendra Modi discusses 'stronger and closer' bilateral ties with Theresa May

Jul 27, 2016

PM Narendra Modi discusses 'stronger and closer' bilateral ties with Theresa May

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May congratulating her on her assumption of office and discussed with her "stronger and closer" bilateral ties, including in trade and defence. #London #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #European Union #David Cameron #Britain #United Kingdom #Referendum #Theresa May #MEA spokesperson
Turkey detains 42 journalists as President Erdogan's crackdown following failed coup continues

Jul 25, 2016

Turkey detains 42 journalists as President Erdogan's crackdown following failed coup continues

Turkey ordered the detention of 42 journalists on Monday, broadcaster NTV reported, under a crackdown following a failed coup that has targeted more than 60,000 people, drawing fire from the European Union #NewsTracker #European Union #Turkey #Amnesty International #Recep Tayyip Erdogan #Jean-Claude Juncker #Binali Yildirim
Nicola Sturgeon preparing Scotland for independence from Britain in wake of Brexit result

Jul 25, 2016

Nicola Sturgeon preparing Scotland for independence from Britain in wake of Brexit result

Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon said she would start preparatory work on splitting Scotland from the rest of Britain in order to keep the option of independence available #European Union #TheySaidIt #England #Scotland #Great Britain #Nicola Sturgeon #Brexit
UK PM Theresa May visits Northern Ireland to allay Brexit concerns

Jul 25, 2016

UK PM Theresa May visits Northern Ireland to allay Brexit concerns

Theresa May was holding talks with Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness. #European Union #EU #United Kingdom #Scotland #Theresa May #Northern Ireland #Nicola Sturgeon #Brexit #Arlene Foster #Sinn Fein #Martin McGuinness
G20 countries pledge to boost growth, dampen Brexit shock

Jul 24, 2016

G20 countries pledge to boost growth, dampen Brexit shock

Finance officials of major G20 economies pledged on Sunday to boost sluggish global growth but announced no joint initiatives and promised to defend against the shockwaves of Britain's vote to leave the EU. #United States #China #Donald Trump #NewsTracker #European Union #chinese #G20 economies
Munich mall shooting: Why it may finally end Germany's openness and further destabilise Europe

Jul 23, 2016

Munich mall shooting: Why it may finally end Germany's openness and further destabilise Europe

Whether or not if Munich attack was an act of Islamist terrorism or an example of right-wing violence, fact remains that it will have a heavy bearing on Merkel and her ability to provide leadership through the crises. #Terrorism #Angela Merkel #Germany #European Union #Paris #Brussels #François Hollande #Munich #World War 2 #Islamist terrorism #islamic-state #ISIS #Jihadist attacks #Lone wolf attacks #European Refugee Crisis #Brexit #terrorism in Europe #Munich shooting #Axe-attack
'Brexit unleashed something': Over 6,000 hate crimes reported in Britain since referendum

Jul 23, 2016

'Brexit unleashed something': Over 6,000 hate crimes reported in Britain since referendum

More than 6,000 hate crimes have been reported to police in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in the wake of the Brexit referendum paving a way for the UK to exit the European Union #NewsTracker #European Union #England #United Kingdom #Wales #Great Britain #Northern Ireland #Hate crimes #Brexit
Brexit impact: Estonia to take EU presidency from Britain

Jul 20, 2016

Brexit impact: Estonia to take EU presidency from Britain

A spokesman for Tusk said there was "broad agreement" that "Estonia's presidency be brought forward by six months to take the place of the UK". #NewsTracker #European Union #Britain #Bulgaria #European Council #Theresa May #Estonia #Malta #Donald Tusk #Brexit