Friday, May 24
Trump orders intelligence community to work together on Russia probe
World expects May to announce the date of her departure
As Theresa May's days in Downing Street are coming to an end, she is widely expected to set departure date within hours amid pressure from the cabinet and Tory MPs.
The Times: May to leave from her office tomorrow
US envoy admits Trump aware of links between YPG and PKK
James Jeffrey said while US recognizes that Turkey does have security concerns in northern Syria, Trump does not want the SDF and Turkey to engage in hostilities.
Europe to hold parliamentary vote
UK PM makes her final attempt to enact Brexit
Austrian PM wants to remove interior minister
Austria’s two ruling parties agitated to end their coalition on Monday, with the chancellor seeking to oust the interior minister.
UK sells £11.5 million of arms to S. Arabia
Brexit talks between PM May and Labour leader collapse
Talks between the Labour Party and the government aimed at breaking the Brexit crisis have ended without an agreement.
Chinese President preaches openness
China has a glorious history of being open to the world and it will only be more open, President Xi Jinping said.
Trump denies US plan sending troops to the M. East
Germany considers mosque tax to cut out foreign funding
US renews threats, China vows to respond
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Sunday that there was a strong possibility Trump will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping at a G20 summit in Japan in late June.
May has set out timetable for her departure from the office
May does not need to spell out a timetable for her departure, prisons minister Robert Buckland said, adding the leader had already announced she would leave office after the first phase of Brexit.
Trump offers Iran direct talks
We want a strong Europe against US domination, says Macron
Trump questions his team’s Venezuela strategy
EC's Juncker: EU was wrong to stay silent
Shanahan: We are ready to bring ‘democracy’ to Venezuela
Trump wants North Macedonia to join NATO
US President Trump asks the Senate to provide advice and consent for N. Macedonia, saying his administration is ready to brief.