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I’m Marti Johnson reporting.
European Union leaders are meeting for a second day in Brussels on Britain’s pending departure from the EU.
British Prime Minister David Cameron met with the leaders for the first time Tuesday since British voters chose to quit the European Union, as Lisa Bryant reports for VOA.
“The mood was somber in Brussels. This is likely the last EU summit for British Prime Minister David Cameron, who vowed to step down after Britons voted to exit the European Union last week. He said that despite sadness and regret, the meeting was constructive.”
“Britain should seek and Europe should seek the closest possible relations as Britain leaves the EU. Close relations over trade, over cooperation, over security...”
“But EU leaders sent their own message to Britain, as French President Francois Hollande pointed out.”
“He said that if Britain wants to stay in the single market, it has to pay the price, including accepting the free movement of people. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.”
Passengers embrace each other early in the morning as they wait outside Istanbul's Ataturk airport following their evacuation in the wake of a number of explosions, June 29, 2016.
Istanbul has fully reopened Ataturk International Airport, after Tuesday's suicide attack that killed 41 people, and injured another 140.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildrim says, "Our airport has been opened to flights and departures since 2:20 a.m. (local time) on..."
Flights to the U.S. have also reopened, and passengers arriving in New York were frightened.
“I can’t even fly any more. I’m like so scared…so everybody in the flight the same way. I mean it’s just disbelief. I mean we’re so lucky we got away with it (flying out), it looks like…”
It was 10pm local time when two attackers with automatic weapons opened fire at a security checkpoint and blew themselves up. A third bomber detonated in a parking lot.
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