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The Foreign Secretary will travel to the United States today (Wednesday 6 December) to reaffirm both the strength of the UK’s relationship with its closest strategic ally and our unwavering


Countries looking to follow the UK’s leadership and boost their use of clean energy sources will receive millions of pounds to support their switch.


To mark the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, the British Embassy Mogadishu last week announced the launch of Gaashaan, a £15 million project to help support survivors of


Bitcoin surged past $40,000 for the first time this year, marking a 19-month high driven by prospects of a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) approval and speculation on U.S. interest rate

Billions in climate finance will be mobilised for the global Net Zero transition over the next decade following an initiative from the UK and World Bank at COP28 today, 4 December.

A fatal knife and hammer attack near the Eiffel Tower in central Paris has resulted in one death and two injuries, including a British national.


Elon Musk's recent aggressive remarks aimed at advertisers boycotting X, previously known as Twitter, have left industry experts puzzled. As these advertisers continue to exit the platform, the


King Charles addressed the urgency of climate change at Cop28, setting aside the royal racism controversy to stress global cooperation for the planet's future. He emphasized the need for swift


Henry Kissinger, a towering figure in American politics, passed away aged 100 on the anniversary of his storied life, leaving behind a legacy that continues to shape the world's geopolitical


Embarking on a visit aimed at supporting those affected by armed conflict, the Duchess of Edinburgh made her way to Colombia, commencing her journey with a series of engagements