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The UK needs a "bigger footprint" to combat extremism in the Sahel-Sahara region of Africa, MPs have said. The Foreign Affairs Committee warned jihadists had "put down roots" in the region creating a "new frontline of violent extremism", and said the UK must do more to "help build indigenous security capacity".
Foreign & Commonwealth Office press release Foreign Secretary condemns bomb attack in Abuja, Nigeria Foreign Secretary condemns Abuja bomb attack and offers co...
Labour press release Jim Murphy MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Development, on the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, said: "Twenty yea...
Foreign & Commonwealth Office press release Foreign Secretary condemns murder of UN staff in Somalia The Foreign Secretary condemns murder of two UN officials ...
Department for International Development press release UK warns more must be done to alleviate humanitarian crisis in the Central African Republic The internat...
Foreign Affairs Committee press release There is a stark mismatch between the UK Government’s vision of economic, political and security engagement in Africa’s W...
24/02/2014 on Foreign and Commonwealth Office
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