British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered yet another crushing Parliament defeat over Brexit when MPs overwhelmingly rejected her plan to
The EU has asked Pakistan to take “clear and sustained” actions targeting not only all UN-listed transnational terrorist groups but
The Supreme Court Monday agreed to examine a plea seeking protection of human rights of security force personnel, who come under attack by mobs
British MPs on Tuesday voted to reject a chaotic ‘no-deal’ Brexit by 318 to 310 votes but backed British Prime Minister Theresa
British government faces a crushing defeat as MPs reject Prime Minister Theresa May’s divorce deal to leave the European Union prompting a no
The European Union and Britain agreed Thursday a draft declaration on their post-Brexit relations that sets out an “ambitious, broad, deep
The European Union Wednesday unveiled a policy document, outlining the broad contours of significantly scaling up ties with India in a plethora
The UK government faced an embarrassing defeat on Brexit as the House of Lords voted to give Parliament powers to block or delay the final deal
United States President Donald Trump said he is suspending sanctions against Iran for one last time in order to keep the nuke deal alive. The
European Union leaders on Friday agreed to open the second phase of Brexit negotiations with Britain but they also warned that round two of talks
Police increased security around the regional parliament in Barcelona where Puigdemont is due to address Catalan lawmakers at 1600 GMT.
Former US President Barack Obama and other political leaders today slammed Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the historic Paris
Modi's public support comes at a crucial time for Merkel, who has been fighting secessionist tendencies within the bloc.
In a landmark judgement, the top European Court has allowed companies to ban their employees from wearing religious or political symbols, such as