Migrants head for Spain's enclave of Ceuta, Foreign staff fill gaps in German labor market, Cubans begin debate on draft constitution, A look inside Russia’s “patriotic summer camps”.
On a visit to Latin America, the US top envoy has blamed Cuba for propping up the Venezuelan regime. Moving on to Mexico, the focus was on trade and migrants, a day before a key trade deadline.
Donald Trump's Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, called onVenezuela's acting President Nicolas Maduro to allow aid to enter the country. Pompeo urged Maduro to step down and sent a stern warning to Cuba and Russia.
The German chancellor's return to work has come with a number of foreign policy challenges. Migration has dominated her agenda of late, while disagreements over Ukraine and Syria continue to fuel tension with Russia.
National Security Adviser John Bolton said Venezuela was now part of an "exclusive club of rogue states," and issued a stark warning to any countries wanting to do business with Caracas.
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