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British FM calls on Myanmar's leader to allow ‘independent’ probe into Rohingya crisis
Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has strongly urged Myanmar's State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi to allow an independent investigation into the violence in troubled Rakhine state, as the Southeast Asian country faces increasing pressure to bring to justice the troops who have been accused of committing atrocities against Rohingya Muslims.
Trump apologizes for re-tweeting anti-Muslim videos by far-right British group
US President Donald Trump has apologized for the first time for re-tweeting anti-Muslim videos posted by a British far-right group in November, which had sparked widespread outrage in the UK.
She is 'too weak,' Corbyn blasts British PM May
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused Prime Minister Theresa May of being “too weak” to sack underperforming members of her cabinet, after she reshuffled the lineup of her ministers in an attempt to reunify them ahead of a series of crucial foreign policy events this year.
Ex-British football coach Bennell admits seven child sexual offenses
Former British football coach Barry Bennell, who is standing trial charged with multiple sex abuse charges against children, has admitted seven counts of indecent assault against three boys aged 11 to 14.
Brexit: May urged to stay in single market by 20 British MEPs
Theresa May is being urged to change course and seek full membership of the European single market and customs union by 20 British MEPs, including three Tories and the majority of Labour politicians based in Brussels.
British embassy worker found strangled near Beirut
A Britsh embassy worker has been found strangled near a highway outside Beirut, according to a Lebanese security source.
Saudi Arabia 'largest buyer' of British weapons: Smith
Senior British member of the Campaign against Arm Trade (CAAT) Andrew Smith said that the largest buyer of the British arms is the Saudi Arabia 'which we have seen a significant increase over the recent years.
Iran nuclear chief, British FM meet in Tehran
Visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson held talks with Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali-Akbar Salehi here on Sunday.
Iranian, UK FMs meet in Tehran
Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad-Javad Zarif and British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Boris Johnson met in Tehran on Saturday.
British PM reaffirms support for united Iraq, urges KRG to respect unity
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her government’s support for the territorial integrity and unity of Iraq, calling on officials from the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region to protect the Arab country’s national unity.
Busy British  mothers more susceptible to fraud
Around two-fifths of mothers in the UK believe their busy lives make them more at risk of fraud, research has found.
British suicidal children abandoned
Suicidal children are being abandoned, the Children’s Commissioner has warned as she called for ‘seismic change’ to mental health services for the young.
A bruising Brexit could shipwreck British economy
British politics is close to meltdown. The country has embarked upon separating itself from the EU under a prime minister without authority and a government without unity.
British retailers hit by  worst non-food sales on record
Sales of non-food items grew at the slowest pace since records began as families chose days out over shopping, the British Retail Consortium has said.
British missionary kidnapped in Nigeria killed, three others freed
One of four British missionaries kidnapped in a remote part of Nigeria three weeks ago was killed, but the other three released, the Foreign Office said.

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