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The International Development Secretary is flying to Sierra Leone to visit British-funded facilities in the fight against the Ebola outbreak. Justine Greening will accompany approximately 100 British troops who will join the effort to contain the virus. The UK has so far pledged £125m of aid to Sierra Leone.
DfID press release Justine Greening meets Will Pooley in Sierra Leone Justine Greening, International Development Secretary, met Ebola survivor Will Pooley...
A press release from the MOD: MORE UK TROOPS DEPLOY TO TACKLE EBOLA Around 150 British Army personnel left RAF Brize Norton this morning bound for Sierra Leone,...
Department for International Development press release International Development Secretary Justine Greening will depart from RAF Brize Norton today [Tuesday 21 Oc...
DfID press release British aid flight carrying medical supplies for Ebola treatment facility lands in Freetown Britain's latest Ebola aid flight carrying vital...
Charlotte Leslie said it was the responsibility of the global community to tackle the threat of Ebola. “The reality of Ebola is very frightening; it’s intan...
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