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Minister Nusrat Ghani is embarking on her first visit to the Western Balkans amid growing threats to regional peace and stability. Her trip includes visits to Serbia and

 

President Emmanuel Macron is set to travel to New Caledonia following over a week of unrest sparked by his government's proposed voting reform plans, which have been rejected

 

Georgia's President Salome Zourabichvili has utilized her veto power to reject a highly debated "foreign agents" bill, following weeks of extensive protests across the nation.

State media reports that a helicopter within the convoy of the Iranian president has been engaged in an incident. The extent of involvement of President Ebrahim Raisi remains uncertain as

 

Poland is investing £2 billion (10 billion zloty) in fortifying its eastern border through the Shield-East project, announced by Prime Minister Donald Tusk. This major initiative aims to bolster

 

In recognition of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), the British Embassy reaffirms its commitment to defending and advancing LGBT rights,

 

 The UK, in collaboration with international partners, has unveiled a new sanctions package targeting the illicit arms-for-oil trade between Russia and North Korea (DPRK).

 

In a concerted effort to address illegal migration, the UK government has entered into a new agreement with Bangladesh aimed at expediting the removal of individuals lacking

 

The UK and EU have officially ratified a new set of agreements on 16 May, marking a significant step forward for Northern Ireland traders to fully leverage the UK's

 

Royal Marines recently participated in a simulated invasion of Sweden as part of a large-scale exercise aimed at testing Sweden's defensive capabilities.