A statement by US President-elect Donald Trump that NATO is "obsolete" has caused "worry" in the alliance, Germany's foreign minister said.
Trump worries NATO with 'obsolete' comment
Prime Minister Theresa May won endorsement from US President-elect Donald Trump over her Brexit course but sterling plunged on Monday on fears that Britain could be on a collision course with its EU allies.
Pound drops after Brexit backing from Trump
By High-Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini
The Iran deal is working and we need to maintain it
Austria says the number of refugees applying for asylum in the country more than halved in 2016 compared to what was recorded in the previous year.
Austria reports halved asylum requests in 2016
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Sunday that if US President-elect Donald Trump moves the American Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Beit-ul-Moqaddas, it would have “extremely serious consequences”.
France warns of 'serious consequences' over US embassy transfer
Britain could change its economic model to regain competitiveness if it were to leave the European Union without an agreement on market access, British Finance Minister Phillip Hammond said in a German newspaper interview published on Sunday.
Hammond: Britain may change 'economic model' if shut out of EU single market
Scores of people are feared dead in an incident involving a boat that capsized in the Mediterranean Sea while carrying 110 asylum seekers.
Over 100 refugees feared dead off Libya coast
Japan and Australia will work together to ensure the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal comes into force, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Saturday, making no mention of strong US opposition.
Japan’s Abe pushes Pacific trade deal in Australia
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator warned Saturday the bloc must be aware of the risk to financial stability during what are expected to be very tough talks with Britain.
EU Brexit negotiator warns of risk to financial stability
Spain is planning to sell warships to Saudi Arabia despite opposition from major human rights groups, which call the potential sale illegal, as Riyadh may use them in their operation against Yemen that has killed thousands of civilians.
Spain plans to sell warships to Saudis amid concerns over Yemen war

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