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Latest David Cameron Items
David Cameron, the United Kingdom's novice prime minister, couldn't have expected to re-establish “the raj.” But he hoped to burnish the British commercial image during a summer doldrums India visit.
Turkey was no doubt delighted when British Prime Minister David Cameron sacrificedthe Jewish state upon the altar of political expediency while having the audacity to declare himself to be a friend of Israel ("With friends like these ..." Opinion, June 2).
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle appeared on Wednesday to offer support for Turkey's stalling bid to join the European Union, saying in Istanbul that the country's "direction is [toward] Europe."
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday warned Pakistan against promoting the export of terror, saying the international community will not tolerate it.
Your Thursday editorial "BP's terrorist," (Comment & Analysis) repeats the serious but unfounded allegation that BP secured a "deal" to release the Lockerbie bomber, Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, from prison in order to protect its oil interests in Libya.
The top security official in Hamas-ruled Gaza said Tuesday he is considering setting up a bigger military force, first with volunteers and eventually with conscripts as well.
The British government is defending its ambassador in Washington against predictions that he will be the scapegoat in the embarrassing, tangled web involving Libya, the Lockerbie bomber and a massive contract for the London-based BP oil giant.
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday came to the defense of embattled energy giant BP PLC, warning Americans not to let justifiable anger over the Gulf oil spill and questions about BP's suspected role in the release of a Libyan terrorist convicted in the Lockerbie airplane bombing undermine the viability of the company.
In their first White House meeting, President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron were united Tuesday on issues of global security and the war in Afghanistan, while Mr. Cameron walked a fine line on oil giant BP and Scotland's release of the Lockerbie bomber.