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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday she saw no chance that Britain might go back on its decision to leave the European Union. Speaking at the end of the first day of an EU summit, Merkel described talks with outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron as "serious" but "friendly".
French President Francois Hollande warned that Britain would lose access to the EU's single market, and the City of London would no longer be able to act as a clearing house in euros, if the UK stopped free movement of workers from Europe. After Prime Minister David Cameron reported to an EU summit on last week's referendum vote to leave the European Union, Hollande said single market access depended on accepting the so-called four freedoms of movement of goods, capital, labour and services. "If they don't want free movement, they won't have access to the internal market," he told a news conference.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Tuesday in response to the attack on the Istanbul airport that the "terrorist threat has never been greater." "Our enemies are brutal and ruthless and will do anything to murder those who do not bend to their will. We must take steps now to protect America from terrorists, and do everything in our power to improve our security to keep America safe," he said. (Reporting by Eric Beech; Editing by Eric Walsh)