At least another 100 people were injured when the truck deliberately crashed into the crowd gathered to mark Bastille Day, authorities said. Joel Fenster, a 23-year-old law student from north London who is in Nice for a language course, told The Telegraph how he and friend ran for cover after hearing gunshots.
The German foreign minister, Franz Walter Steinmeier, did not mention Mr Johnson by name but it was clear enough who he had in mind when he expressed sympathy for the misled British voter. Speaking just before Johnson was appointed, Steinmeier said: "It is bitter for Britain". To be honest, I find this outrageous. "How sad it was Brits who booed as French applauded".
May will meet with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace to formally take office later Wednesday. Ms May "kissed hands" with the monarch in a simple procedure at Buckingham Palace which made her the 13th holder of the post of Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury during Elizabeth II's reign.
House of Representatives for 12 years. Ted Cruz of Texas, while still lavishing praise on Trump. But the risks of picking Christie were underscored Thursday when one of his closest associates, David Samson, pleaded guilty to bribery for abusing his post as a Port Authority chairman.
Boris Johnson leaves Downing Street after being appointed foreign secretary. Mr Cameron is the youngest Prime Minister to leave office in around 110 years at the age of 49. May, in contrast, has said she will not trigger article 50 until next year. "We can't afford a long period of uncertainty", he said. George Osborne - the man who predicted that the British pound would take a hit and a Brexit could mean an economic shock - has been dropped from Government.
The negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom over Brexit will be critical to setting these terms, so you'd think that Britain would want its top foreign policy professional presiding over them. Chancellor Angela Merkel declined comment when asked on a visit to Kyrgyzstan about Johnson's elevation, but Steinmeier indirectly branded him "irresponsible".