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Foreign Secretary offers condolences to victims of explosions in Republic of Congo

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London, 04 March 2012
Foreign Secretary William Hague has spoken following a blast at a munitions factory in Congo. At least 200 people are reported to have been killed.

War graves damaged in Libya

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London, 04 March 2012
Over 200 headstones and the Cross of Remembrance in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery in Benghazi were deliberately damaged on 24 and 26 February.

Foreign Secretary expresses concern at military build up on Sudanese border

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London, 02 March 2012
Foreign Secretary William Hague spoke following reports of a potential confrontation between Sudanese Armed Forces and the Sudan People's Liberation Army.

Foreign Secretary: Iranian elections took place in "climate of fear"

London, 02 March 2012
Foreign Secretary William Hague said that the regime has presented the vote as a test of loyalty, rather than an opportunity for people to freely choose their own representatives.

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