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Latest Tony Blair Items
India expressed concerns on Tuesday about China's influence in the Indian Ocean, the latest sign of tension between the Asian giants who are competing for resources and geopolitical power in the region.
Anti-war activists say they plan to hold a protest when Tony Blair arrives to sign copies of his autobiography, "A Journey," in central London next month.
The United Nations inspector who led a doomed hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq told Britain's inquiry into the 2003 invasion Tuesday that the United States and the United Kingdom relied on flawed intelligence and showed dubious judgment in the buildup to war.
The White House on Monday said the war in Afghanistan is "first and foremost" on the agenda for Prime Minister David Cameron's first Washington visit with President Obama.
Israel on Monday dropped its long-standing restrictions on allowing consumer goods into the Gaza Strip but retained tight limits on desperately needed construction materials, redefining the rules of its heavily criticized Gaza embargo on the eve of the Israeli prime minister's trip to the White House.
As Israel's prime minister prepares for his fifth official meeting with President Obama this week, the White House has declined to publicly affirm commitments made by President Bush to Israel in 2004 on the final borders of the Jewish state.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague vowed Thursday that Britain will no longer neglect its allies.
Israel pledged Sunday it immediately will allow all goods into Gaza except weapons and other items deemed to have a military use under its decision to ease its 3-year-old blockade of the Palestinian territory.
Israel's Security Cabinet has ended its session without a decision on easing the blockade of Gaza, a participant said Wednesday.