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Turkey warns of rising European xenophobia after Brexit vote | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Turkey warns of rising European xenophobia after Brexit vote | Reuters

ISTANBUL Europe's politicians are failing to combat rising xenophobia and anti-immigrant views, Turkish officials said on Friday, after Britain's vote to exit the European Union deprived Turkey of what had been a major backer in its quest for EU membership. The Brexit campaign and the rise of Europe's populist right have cast further doubt over Turkey's decade-long accession negotiations, a process which was in its early years an anchor for economic and social reforms in the country. President Tayyip Erdogan blamed Islamophobia for holding up Turkey's accession process, accusing the bloc of double standards and warning that more countries could seek to leave #United States #Business #Middle East #Europe #Argentina #european
Turkey warns of rising European xenophobia after Brexit vote | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Turkey warns of rising European xenophobia after Brexit vote | Reuters

ISTANBUL Europe's politicians are failing to combat rising xenophobia and anti-immigrant views, Turkish officials said on Friday, after Britain's vote to exit the European Union deprived Turkey of what had been a major backer in its quest for EU membership. The Brexit campaign and the rise of Europe's populist right have cast further doubt over Turkey's decade-long accession negotiations, a process which was in its early years an anchor for economic and social reforms in the country #United States #India #Business #Middle East #United Kingdom #Foreign policy
Venezuela dialogue could open way for international help - U.S. diplomat | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Venezuela dialogue could open way for international help - U.S. diplomat | Reuters

WASHINGTON Dialogue between the Venezuelan government and opposition could provide a platform from which they could request help from the international community, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Tom Shannon said on Friday. Shannon held talks with Venezuelan officials, including President Nicolas Maduro and opposition figures, in Caracas this week amid a punishing economic crisis in the South American nation. #Economy #India #Business #Middle East #Argentina #article
Pope on visit to Armenia cites 'genocide', likely to anger Turkey | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Pope on visit to Armenia cites 'genocide', likely to anger Turkey | Reuters

YEREVAN Pope Francis departed from his prepared text on Friday to use the word "genocide" to describe the mass killings of Armenians in 1915, a description that infuriated Turkey when he said it a year ago. In an address to Armenia's president and the diplomatic corps, Francis used the Armenian term 'Metz Yeghern' (the great evil), but then added to his prepared text "that genocide" to refer to what he also called "the first of the deplorable series of catastrophes of the past century". There was no immediate reaction from Turkey, which last year recalled its ambassador to the Vatican after the pope used the 'genocide' term #Business #Islam #Europe #Africa #United Kingdom #Christianity #article
Obama says UK relationship endures despite Brexit | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Obama says UK relationship endures despite Brexit | Reuters

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama said on Friday that strong U.S. ties to Britain and the European Union would endure after British voters chose to leave the EU in a referendum that sent U.S. officials scrambling to contain political and economic fallout #United States #Economy #Business #science #Argentina #United Kingdom #european
Could Brexit vote mirror result in U.S. presidential race? | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

Could Brexit vote mirror result in U.S. presidential race? | Reuters

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Britain's stunning vote to leave the European Union, buoyed by a frenzy of nationalism and populist anger, was a crushing rejection of the political elite. Republican Donald Trump hopes it is also a preview of November's U.S. presidential election #Business #Golf #Europe #Argentina #Election #article
Dozens burned in Texas walking on hot coals at Tony Robbins seminar | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Dozens burned in Texas walking on hot coals at Tony Robbins seminar | Reuters

SAN ANTONIO, Texas As many as 40 people were injured after walking on hot coals as part of a self-help seminar hosted by motivational speaker Tony Robbins in Texas, fire officials said on Friday. Attendees of the "Unleash the Power Within" event, held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas, reported burns to their feet and legs just after 11 p.m. on Thursday, Dallas Fire and Rescue spokesman Jason Evans said #United States #India #Business #Middle East #Entertainment
Libyan forces clash with militants in Sirte, 14 dead - official | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Libyan forces clash with militants in Sirte, 14 dead - official | Reuters

TRIPOLI Libyan forces fighting Islamic State in its stronghold of Sirte said on Friday that four of their troops and 10 militants were killed in heavy clashes around the port area as militants tried to flee the city under siege. Brigades from the nearby city of Misrata, allied with the country's U.N.-backed government of national unity, launched a campaign to retake Sirte last month. They rapidly recaptured ground west of the coastal city, but their advance slowed as they closed in on its centre. #Economy #India #Business #markets #Security #United Kingdom #european
New Scotland independence referendum highly likely - Sturgeon | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

New Scotland independence referendum highly likely - Sturgeon | Reuters

EDINBURGH A second Scottish independence referendum is "highly likely", First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday, raising the prospect that the United Kingdom could tear itself apart after voting to leave the European Union. #United States #Business #Middle East #science #Europe #Foreign policy
Morocco arrests 10 suspected Islamist militants, including Algerian | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Morocco arrests 10 suspected Islamist militants, including Algerian | Reuters

RABAT Morocco said on Thursday that it had dismantled a suspected militant cell inspired by the radical group Islamic State and that it had arrested 10 men who were planning attacks in the North African kingdom. The interior ministry said in a statement that the cell was operating in the eastern city of Oujda, and the town of Tendrara in the same region bordering Algeria #United States #Business #markets #Africa #Argentina