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The Prime Minister spoke to French President Emmanuel Macron this evening. The leaders discussed the fight against coronavirus. The Prime Minister emphasised the important role world

The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2015 – 2024 the International Decade for People of African Descent. The theme is “People of African descent: recognition, justice and

The Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Latvia, Mr Edgars Rinkevics, Lithuania, Mr Gabrielius Landsbergis and the Estonian deputy minister for European Affairs, Mr Märt Volmer, met in Paris on

Swiss neutrality in armed conflicts is widely known. A lesser-known fact on the country of snowy peaks, mountain lakes and milk chocolate is its army. In Switzerland, all male citizens, from


Gorillas at San Diego Safari Park are tested positive for the coronavirus. It is the first case of a primate infection in the United States and probably worldwide. A total of eight gorillas are

Theresa May has called on Boris Johnson's government to abandon any attempts to embark on a policy of nationalism and isolationism if the government wants to make Britain prosperous

The government is taking further steps to help hauliers get tested before they travel to Kent or any port heading to France, in an effort to reduce disruption for drivers as they carry goods


2020 has been a tumultuous year. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone across the world – and meanwhile, the other challenges faced by rural people across the globe haven’t gone


People in the Central African Republic (CAR) voted on Sunday to elect the country's president for the next four years, as well as 140 members of the national assembly.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was Brussels-bound on Wednesday, with Britain's fading hopes for a post-Brexit trade deal hanging on crisis talks with EU chief Ursula von der Leyen.