KOFI ANNAN,HAMID KARZAI AND JACK STRAW ATTEND AFGHANISTAN CONFERENCE IN LONDON
President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai (L) and British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (R) talk to the media at a press conference on Afghanistan at the Foreign and Commonwealth office in London on Tuesday January 31 2006. (UPI Photo/Hugo Philpott)
The Libyan government is taking a lessons-learned approach after gunmen ended their siege on ministerial buildings, Justice Minister Salah al-Marghani said.
BP said it acted on advice from the British government when it decided to pull some of its foreign staff out of Libya because of violence.
A small number of staff was pulled out of the British Embassy in Tripoli because of political and security concerns, the British government said Friday.
There are bright spots in Myanmar's democratic transition, though human, political and religious rights are cause for concern, a British government report said.
A British committee in the House of Commons said there was a degree of uncertainty in Afghanistan planning after 2014.
There are no immediate plans to relocate U.K. Embassy employees from North Korea despite mounting security concerns, the British government said Friday.
A British woman broke a leg Tuesday jumping from a hotel room window to escape a would-be rapist, police said.
Broad and honest participation is required from all parties in Yemen to direct the country along the path to stability, the British government said.
The British and Bahraini governments are examining pledges of reform made after violence in 2011, a British minister said from Manama.
A British government spokesman acknowledged it received a settlement offer from a Libyan politician suing London for an alleged kidnapping.