Muslim countries to hold summit to mull response to U.S. decision...

Leaders and senior officials from Muslim countries are expected to hold an extraordinary summit Wednesday in Istanbul, Turkey in response to a U.S. decision...

German minister scolds British PM for inaccurate portrayal of Brexit breakthrough

The German government urged British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday to remain honest in her public communication about the recent breakthrough in Brexit...

Stockholm hosted Open Eurasian Literature Festival & Book Forum

(Press Release) : - 2017 celebrated the Centenary of the October Revolution and the 100th anniversary of the births of outstanding leaders, John Kennedy, Indira...

Britain – Kazakhstan marked 25 Years of Successful Relations

(Report by Dr Shahid Qureshi) : - The reception – jointly organised by the UK Department for International Trade, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and...

President Trump vows to punish third-largest U.S. bank with higher fines

U.S. President Donald Trump warned the third-largest U.S. bank Wells Fargo on Friday that fines against the bank could be increased in an ongoing...

France hosts climate change summit

Political leaders and representatives of key international organizations gathered at the "One Planet Summit" in Paris Tuesday to address the planet's "ecological emergency" and...

Sri Lanka hands over debt-laden port to Chinese owner

The announcement comes days after the International Monetary Fund approved the release of $251 million to Sri Lanka, the latest payment of a three-year...

Romanians stage fresh anti-corruption protests

More than 10,000 people Sunday braved biting cold to stage protests across Romania to denounce the left-wing government for backtracking on efforts to fight...

Hundreds protest against Netanyahu in Paris ahead of France visit

Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists on Saturday staged a protest in Paris against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned visit to France on Sunday. Protestors carried...

Boris Johnson meets Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran

The third British foreign secretary to visit Iran since 2003, Johnson and Rouhani spoke about enhancing bilateral ties and preserving the nuclear deal. Earlier,...

UN political chief stresses urgency of reducing tensions on Korean Peninsula

UNITED NATIONS,  (Xinhua) -- The UN's political chief on Saturday stressed the urgency of reducing tensions on the Korean Peninsula after finishing his four-day...

Iraqi PM declares full liberation of Iraq from IS

BAGHDAD,  (Xinhua) -- Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Saturday officially declared full liberation of Iraq from the Islamic State (IS) militants after Iraqi...

Britain offered ‘statement of intent’ on Irish border to unlock talks...

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s Brexit minister David Davis described the government’s pledge to prevent any return to a hard border with Ireland after Britain...

Labour wants closest UK ties with EU’s single market post-Brexit –...

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s opposition Labour Party supports keeping the closest possible trading ties with the European Union after Brexit and will lobby Prime...

Princes William and Harry announce sculptor for new Diana statue

LONDON (Reuters) - A sculptor who produced the image of Queen Elizabeth used on Britain’s coins has been chosen to create a new statue...

Fake Chemicalised Milk made with Urea, Shampoo and Washing Powder being...

(London Post Report ): - Chemicalised Fake milk made with Urea, Shampoo, vegetable oil and washing powder is being sold in the city of Lahore...

Skiing star Vonn to snub White House post-Winter Olympics reception

US skiing star Lindsey Vonn said Thursday she would not go to the White House for a post-Winter Olympics reception, aligning herself with other...

Israeli forces kill at least two Palestinians during clashes over Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian man on Friday near the Gaza border in clashes over US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as...

Polish government gets more power over the courts, defying EU

Poland's lower house of parliament approved changes to the country's Supreme Court on Friday, a key part of a planned judiciary overhaul criticised by...

Turkey, Greece agree to co-operate, despite lingering issues

Greece and Turkey on Thursday agreed to work on confidence-boosting measures after a landmark two-day state visit to Athens by Turkish President Recep Tayyip...