U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held out the possibility on Tuesday of negotiating separate trade deals with Britain and the European Union at the same time, but a spokesman later said he did not mean to suggest such a plan. Speaking in Colorado, Kerry was asked about President Barack Obama's April comment that Britain would go to the "back of the queue" if it voted to quit the EU, as it did on Thursday, and Washington would focus on a wider trade deal with the EU called the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). "The president, very clearly, he was talking about TTIP and the fact that we have 28, now 27, countries we have to negotiate with, or now potentially 27 countries that we have to negotiate with, to get that done," Kerry said.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - All three suicide bombers in an attack on Istanbul's main airport on Tuesday opened fire before blowing themselves up, according to initial findings, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said. Yildirim also told reporters at the airport that there were likely to be foreigners among the 36 people killed. (Reporting by Humeyra Pamuk; Writing by Nick Tattersall; Editing by Daren Butler)