Boris Johnson stood down from his position as foreign secretary earlier this week, in protest of UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit strategy, which he believes is fundamentally flawed.
He will put the US-UK relationship back on track - a Republicans Overseas spokesperson discussed with Sputnik the US President's upcoming state visit in the UK.
The British government has revealed that it is planning to reinforce the country’s troops in the war-torn Middle East country, whose army is still struggling to counter Daesh* and Taliban* terrorists, who have claimed hundreds of victims.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The arrest of an Iranian diplomat for alleged ties to terrorist activities in Europe is a recent example of Tehran using diplomatic cover to carry out such activities, a senior US Department of State official claimed in conference call.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the country’s data protection watchdog, has slapped Facebook with fines to the tune of $660,000 - the maximum allowed by law - after an investigation concluded that “Facebook contravened the law by failing to safeguard people’s information.”
On Monday, the Trump administration announced that it would be unable to comply with a court order to reunify all migrant children who were separated from their families at the border between April 19 and May 31.
Within hours before his Wednesday meeting with NATO leaders in Brussels, Donald Trump revved up his anti-Europe rhetoric on both television and Twitter – prompting EU President Donald Tusk to have some words about America during the EU-NATO cooperation signing.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump in a statement said US drugmaker Pfizer agreed to roll back price hikes and hopes other companies follow suit.
Fentanyl is so effective at killing opioid users that one American state is planning to use the drug to carry out a death sentence.
The Trump administration revealed on Tuesday that it would be imposing 10 percent tariffs on some $200 billion in Chinese goods, an add-on to the US government's previous tariffs that went into effect this past Friday.
The remainder of the wreckage of United Flight 93 – one of the planes hijacked during the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States – will be moved to its final resting place this year before the 17th anniversary of the crash, officials said Friday.
The US Air Force’s decision to increase the weapons-bearing load of its B-52 heavy bombers to accommodate the so-called “Mother of All Bombs” was motivated by “high-end competitors,” a service official told military.com July 10.
The US military has found itself again embroiled in a sexual misconduct scandal, the latest in a string including the high-profile nude photo sharing ring busted in the Marine Corps last year. This time, two top Navy SEALs have been relieved of duty for sexual assault and harassment.
Vigilant Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers thwarted the Sunday flight of not one, but two passengers: one a snake and the other its human owner. TSA discovered organic material inside an external hard drive passing through security and prevented a possible real-life reenactment of the horror B flick “Snakes on a Plane.”
Four days after thousands of fireworks lit up the night across the US, residents living in the country’s Midwest were given yet another light show when a fireball made a surprise appearance Sunday.
As she made an appearance in New York, the US president’s daughter and adviser was confronted with a crowd of angry protesters concerned about the treatment of migrants by the White House.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Robert Kelner, attorney for former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, confirmed in a court hearing on Tuesday that his client is continuing to cooperate with US federal investigators in the Russia probe, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has been sent from a jail in Warsaw, Virginia to a detention center in Alexandria, which is closer to the DC area, where he will remain until his July 25 trial, a court document revealed on Tuesday.
Vienna International Airport was reportedly shutdown after a 60-year-old women revealed, at customs control, a hand bomb she discovered while hiking in the woods.
While European governments haven’t taken sides at the trade row between Beijing and Washington, China reportedly “awarded” European businessmen with contracts, pushing US firms aside, as a new report by a business group suggests. According to its analysis, European entrepreneurs will suffer if the conflict escalates.
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