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APORA strengthens rapid response capabilities through partnership, communication
Statement by Oliver Dowden on European Super League
Revocation of Authorization of Belarus General License 2G Due to Human Rights Violations and Abuses
Religion played an important role in Britain voting to leave EU in 2016, research shows
Eindhoven corona invention goes international
New Council of Europe Action Plan for Republic of Moldova launched in Strasbourg
Serbia UK and Serbia sign Partnership, Trade and Cooperation Agreement
Appointment of new CMA Panel Inquiry Chairs
Ambitious plans to boost UK fintech and financial services set out by Chancellor
Pfizer and BioNTech to Supply European Union with 100 Million Additional Doses of COMIRNATY 19 April
Coral IVF spearheads Australian innovation to world’s business leaders
Beetles that pee themselves to death could be tomorrow’s pest control
Major Project Status to boost WA battery industry
Australia’s girls’ maths team places 12th at 2021 European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad
Top 3 COVID-19 vaccine questions – Second vaccine dose, vaccine safety and consent forms
Pest plants and animals leave a frightening $1
Statement on Georgia’s Political Impasse
Green transformation will rival industrial revolution: US climate envoy
UK supports Czech efforts to expose Russian malign activity
Energy and Emissions Reduction Agreement with South Australia
Heart patients advised to move more to avoid heart attacks and strokes
UK aid and Unilever reach one billion people with global hygiene campaign to tackle Covid-19
U.S. President Biden Announces His Intent to Nominate Eight Key Administration Leaders
Memorandum for Secretary of State on Emergency Presidential Determination on Refugee Admissions for Fiscal Year 2021
UNHCR, IOM: At least 40 People Drown in Shipwreck off Tunisia
Across centuries and diseases, poverty, conflict and racism fuel pandemics
Myanmar military increasing efforts to keep truth from getting out, UN expert says
Home but never alone: Celebrating World Amateur Radio Day
Durham signs up to ‘Poitiers Declaration’
Recent developments in Belarus UK statement, 16 April 2021
UNHCR’s Grandi commends Italy’s constructive approach to refugee protection in Europe and globally
Nordic Summer School at Jawaharlal Nehru University
Supercomputer gives researchers power to accelerate drug discovery
Place-based research recognised with prestigious award
Background Press Call by a Senior Administration Official on Official Working Visit of Japan
How La Trobe is transforming microscopy
Demand for rare-earth metals is skyrocketing, so we’re creating a safer, cleaner way to recover them from old phones and laptops
U.S. President Biden’s Remarks on Russia
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, April 15, 2021
Do more privately owned firearms lead to more firearm violence?
Changes to European meteorological data policies threaten aerial biodiversity monitoring
Trial shows York leishmaniasis vaccine safe and induces immune responses in patients
Mathematical technique creates synthetic hearts to identify how heart shape is possibly linked to disease
University of Toronto and Max Planck Society establish centre to study neural science and technology
Russia UK exposes Russian involvement in SolarWinds cyber compromise
Russia UK and US expose global campaigns of malign activity by Russian intelligence services
Executive Order on Blocking Property with Respect to Specified Harmful Foreign Activities of Government of Russian Federation
FACT SHEET: Imposing Costs for Harmful Foreign Activities by Russian Government