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British Council targets African culture to advance British interests
From the southern tip of the black continent to West Africa and the Horn of Africa, the British Council is actively promoting British interests through ostensibly “cultural” and “educational” programmes.
Aras Amiri's conviction likely to focus attention on the British Council's covert role
Eerily similar to the Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case, the British media has taken up the cause of yet another individual convicted by the Iranian courts on national security charges.
Sudan army, opposition agree on joint civilian-military council: Sources
Sudan’s military rulers and protest leaders have agreed on the formation of a joint civilian-military council that would lead a transition from three decades of autocratic rule by Omar al-Bashir.
UN Security Council denounces Taliban’s spring offensive
The United Nations Security Council has denounced the Taliban’s launch of a spring offensive in Afghanistan, urging all parties to instead “seize the opportunity” to reach a political settlement.
Scotland’s North Ayrshire Council puts counselor in every school
North Ayrshire has become the first area in Scotland to hire a full-time counselor for each of its high schools in an attempt to improve mental health.
Council urged to bring forward target for net-carbon
The Green Party prospective parliamentary candidate for Newbury, the US, has called on the district’s councilors to bring forward its target to achieve a net zero carbon status.
Study: 'Territorial injustice' may rise in England due to council cuts
Disproportionately harsh spending cuts to local public services in England’s poorest areas are likely to intensify perceived ‘territorial injustice’ between deprived and wealthy parts of the country, a study showed.
Parents in High Court battle with Surrey Council over special needs funding cuts
A legal battle between parents and Surrey County Council over its plans to cut its special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) budget by more than £20 million has opened at the High Court in London.
Syrians vote in first local council elections in seven years
Syrians voted in the country's first local elections since 2011 in a sign of returning security and normalcy after years of fighting with foreign-backed terrorists.
Human rights council seat vacated by US will be filled by member from same region: UN
As the US is the first member to withdraw from the Human Rights Council, there is no past practice in terms of procedures for withdrawal or for replacement, says spokesman.
Russia welcomes US pullout from UNHRC, says council can work better now
Russia has welcomed the United States' pullout from the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), saying the body has lost nothing and can operate more freely now.
Leader: Expediency Council should act according to principles of Revolution
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that the Expediency Council should remain committed to the principles of the Islamic revolution and fully pursue its goals.
Members of White House infrastructure council quit on Trump
Members of a White House advisory council on infrastructure have handed in their resignation letters over President Donald Trump’s lackluster response to the recent outburst of racial tensions in Charlottesville, Virginia.
US tells UN rights council to remove 'chronic anti-Israel bias'
The United States has given formal notice that it may withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council unless the body eliminates its "chronic anti-Israel bias."

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