NATO leaders define China’s growing influence as a global threat, signaling the Atlantic alliance’s shifting focus to Asia. But not all members of the club appear to be on the same page.
G7 leaders in their joint communique reaffirmed the collective developed countries goal to jointly mobilise $100 billion a year from public and private sources, through to 2025.
Europe's bitter dispute with Britain over post-Brexit trade rules for Northern Ireland are expected to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's G7 summit.
The meeting came at the start of Biden's first foreign tour as president that includes NATO, the EU and talks with Russia's Vladimir Putin.
The summit will be dominated by Covid-19, but diverging goals of long-term recovery and current crisis management, as well as climate change and multilateralism, can create real problems in making real deals.
British PM Johnson and Health Minister Hancock reject allegations by former top adviser Dominic Cummings that the government's botched response led to tens of thousands of needless Covid-19 deaths.
"There is simply no democratic justification whatsoever for PM Boris Johnson or indeed for anyone else seeking to block the right of the people of Scotland to choose our own future," says SNP leader after her party won a fourth term in power.
Scottish National Party hopes a second day of vote-counting will bring it a slim majority in the devolved parliament while Prime Minister Boris Johnson decries its plan for an independence referendum.
The by-election, which takes place outside the normal parliamentary election cycle, was triggered by the resignation of a Labour lawmaker in March and is one of dozens of votes that took place on Thursday.
Vessels from Britain's Royal Navy and French police boats patrolled near the English Channel island of Jersey, where French fishermen angry about losing access to waters off their coast gathered for a maritime protest.
US denies Iranian media report regarding possible prisoner swap and release of $7 billion in frozen Iranian funds, saying such reports "are not true."
UK PM, facing allegations about everything from his Covid-19 response to texts from lobbyists to leaks, denies breaking rules of his flat as Electoral Commission launches formal investigation into who paid for the lavish renovation.
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