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19 May
Two consequential implications stand out in the recent United Kingdom Government statement on separatist groups in Nigeria’s South East region.
1 May
Russia has turned an old factory in Saint Petersburg into a so-called troll farm to spread disinformation and target Kremlin critics, including world leaders, according to UK government-funded
26 Apr
Britain said it has dropped tariffs on all goods from Ukraine while slapping a ban on some technology exports to Moscow to help Kyiv in its fight against the Russian invasion.
18 Apr
Russian state TV broadcast a video Monday of what it described as "Britons" captured fighting for Ukraine demanding that Prime Minister Boris Johnson negotiate their release.
14 Apr
Britain will send migrants and asylum-seekers who cross the Channel thousands of miles away to Rwanda under a controversial deal announced Thursday as the government tries to clamp down on record numbers of people making the perilous journey.
14 Apr
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson offered a "full apology" on Tuesday after being fined for breaching Covid-19 lockdown laws in the so-called "Partygate" scandal, but looked set to defy calls for his resignation.
11 Apr
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, who turns 96 soon, has spoken of serious fatigue after she contracted Covid-19 in February despite aides downplaying her illness.
9 Apr
Tehran on Saturday said it sanctioned a retired US general and 23 other American nationals involved in what the Islamic republic described as terrorism and human rights violations.
30 Mar
More than 200 babies could have survived had they been given better care at birth, a damning report into Britain's biggest maternity scandal said on Wednesday, prompting a government apology.
26 Mar
The European Union's coordinator for talks to restore the Iran nuclear deal is due in Tehran on Saturday, as its foreign policy chief saw a restoration of the accord in "days".
13 Mar
A dozen ballistic missiles targeted Iraq's northern city of Arbil, including US facilities, causing damage but no major casualties early on Sunday, security forces in the autonomous Kurdistan region said.
12 Mar
Nigeria Network Of NGOs (NNNGO) has urged the Federal Government and relevant stakeholders to call on Britain, Germany, the United States and France to stop blocking intellectual property waivers

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