The French President has warned that Iran’s decision to increase its level uranium enrichment will lead to inevitable consequences.
France President Emmanuel Macron spoke to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani yesterday.
He told his counterpart that he is “deeply concerned” over Tehran’s decision to break the 2015 nuclear deal – amid increasing tensions with the US.
US President Donald Trump pulled out of the deal; however, the remaining signatories have been trying to make it work without Washington.
Leaked emails from the UK ambassador to the US describe President Donald Trump as “incompetent,” “inept” and “insecure.”
The memos, published by the Mail on Sunday, note that the White House has become “uniquely dysfunctional” under President Trump and question whether it “will ever look competent.”
Ambassador Kim Darroch’s emails say the administration is hampered by “vicious infighting and chaos.”
There has been no comment from the White House – while the UK Foreign Office has labelled the leak “mischievous.”
More than 40 rescued migrants have been allowed to disembark from a charity ship in Italy after the ship’s captain docked without permission.
The ‘Alex’ defied the Italian Government by sailing into port on the island of Lampedusa warning that hygienic conditions on the ship had become "intolerable.”
The migrants spent hours waiting under guard on board the ship overnight; however, they have now been allowed to come ashore.
Yesterday, Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini vowed that the migrants would “absolutely not” be allowed to disembark.
The frontrunner to become the next UK Prime Minister has insisted he is not bluffing about leaving the EU without a deal if necessary.
At least 20 Conservative Party MPs have reportedly launched a bid to prevent such a move if Boris Johnson becomes party leader.
He has said Westminster is facing an “existential threat” and warned that the Tories may never recover the public’s trust if the UK does not leave.
His leadership rival Jeremy Hunt also said he would leave without a deal with a “heavy heart” if Parliament fails to ratify an agreement.
Two men have been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a fight on a Luas tram in Dublin.
It happened on the Red Line in the Docklands yesterday evening.
The men, both aged in their late 20s, were taken to separate hospitals where they are being treated for injuries described as serious but non-life threatening.
Luas Red Line services were disrupted last night as the scene was sealed off; however, they have since returned to normal.