Talks on tying up a new bailout deal for Greece failed to start on Friday (July 24) as had been expected, with officials blaming security worries for delaying the negotiations with international creditors who are detested by many Greeks.
Representatives of Yemen's ex-leader Ali Abdullah Saleh have held rare meetings with diplomats from his adversaries the United States, United Arab Emirates and Britain, a member of his party said on Thursday.
Diplomats and Yem
Greece's creditors prepared on Thursday for the start of bailout talks in Athens, after lawmakers adopted a second package of reform measures before dawn despite a left wing rebellion that may bring early elections.
In a sign
US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said after talks in Saudi Arabia that Iran's ‘potential for aggression’ was a shared concern as he moved to bolster defence ties with Riyadh following a nuclear agreement with its arch-foe.
Iran accused major powers on Friday of backtracking on previous pledges and throwing up new ‘red lines’ at nuclear talks, after the deadline to reach an agreement in time to receive expedited scrutiny from the US Congress expired wit
The top adviser to Iran's supreme leader said on Friday that Tehran's ‘redlines’ should be respected in nuclear talks with major powers aimed at curbing the country's nuclear programme, the semi-official Iranian news agen
Unicef UK and Pearson are set to hold a series of high level events over the next year which will bring together experts, thought-leaders and innovators from a range of industries and countries across the world.
Oil prices were little changed in thin trade on Friday, with investors focusing on talks aimed at averting a Greek debt default.
Brent crude for August delivery was up 19 cents at $63.39 a barrel by 0334 GMT after ending the previ
A German cabin crew union said it would not resume talks with Lufthansa after mediation failed in a dispute over pay and pensions, adding it would give an update on its next steps on June 22.
Mediators had been expected to present
The United States said on Thursday it would not ‘paper over’ differences between the US and China when top officials of the world's two largest economies meet to discuss financial and political strategy in Washington next week.