TrendsIraq carnage, Syria unrest “I’ll absolutely do safe zones in Syria for the people,” he said in a lengthy interview with ABC, his first since taking office. The president did not specify details, but explained his intention with a nod towards Europe, which he said made a mistake by letting in asylum seekers from the Middle East.
The bill allowing the government to trigger Article 50, the formal process for leaving the EU, is set to be tabled after the Supreme Court ruled parliament must have a say before Brexit proceedings begin.
ANKARA Turkey is waiting to see the outcome of U.S. President Donald Trump’s pledge to order safe zones in Syria, and has long advocated such a plan, Turkish foreign ministry spokesman Huseyin Muftuoglu said on Thursday.
MEXICO CITY, A summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto next week is still on “for now”, Mexico’s foreign minister said on Wednesday, despite pressure at home to scrap it over objections to a border wall.
BRUSSELS Since Prime Minister Theresa May set out her Brexit goals last week, interest in Britain has focused on the future trade deals she may one day strike with the United States and other powers, as well as with the European Union.
Tiger Woods says the reason for having a punishing schedule, on his return to top level golf, is so he can analyse his physical and mental fitness.
Serena Williams will meet sister Venus in the Australian Open final on Saturday after both blasted their way into the Melbourne showpiece.
Andrew Johnston is intent on playing a more balanced schedule this year after admitting his 2016 commitments were a “juggling act”.
Tiger Woods has announced that he will be using TaylorMade clubs after “several months” of testing.
We look ahead to the blockbuster Australian Open semi-final between Swiss foes Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka by taking a trip down memory lane and picking out some of their best encounters.