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The first wave of NHS staff is flying to the Sierra Leonean capital Freetown today to help combat the spread of Ebola. A group of around 30 medics, including GPs, nurses and psychiatrists, will begin work in Ebola treatment centres across Sierra Leone after completing a week's training. International Development Secre...
FCO press release Foreign Secretary visits Sierra Leone to view next phase of UK Ebola response Philip Hammond sees early signs of impact of UK support to #...
FCO press release UK expresses concern over political instability in Somalia UK deeply concerned about political instability in Somalia. Urges all parties to re...
The Department for International Development will alone foot the more than £230m bill to tackle Ebola in West Africa, the International Development Secretary said. ...
Number 10 has confirmed that Britain will look at "alternatives" to training Libyan cadets in the UK, after five were charged over sex attacks on local residents. ...
MoD press release RFA ARGUS ARRIVES IN SIERRA LEONE THE Royal Fleet Auxiliary aviation support ship RFA ARGUS has arrived in Sierra Leone - offloading vital equip...
29/10/2014 on Gov.uk
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