German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was looking forward to working together with Theresa May as world leaders congratulated her on becoming Britain's new prime minister.
The US expects a strong working relationship with British Prime Minister Theresa May, White House spokesman Josh Earnest says in congratulating her on her new position.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is expressing fear of more referendums in other countries, after British voters chose to leave the European Union this week.
Leaders and politicians in Europe and around the world reacted Friday to a referendum in Britain that saw almost 52 per cent of British voters opt to leave the European Union.
Britain should launch its EU exit negotiations as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary uncertainty, top officials and ministers in the bloc said Friday, following the country's vote in favour of...
Initial reactions to Britain's decision to leave the European Union began pouring in Friday from Europe and the wider world, ranging from concern and disappointment, to glee among eurosceptics....
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says that the "murderers" who committed the terrorist attacks in Brussels are "enemies of all the values that Europe stands for."
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi criticizes those urging border closures in response to the terrorist attacks in Brussels, warning that the threat comes from within Europe.
US President Barack Obama vows the US will do "whatever is necessary to support our friend and ally Belgium," in the wake of terrorist attacks in Brussels.
World leaders express their solidarity with Belgium and condemn as "barbaric" the Brussels airport and subway attacks, while calling for a united response in the fight against terrorism.