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# Foreign Office

Last year
# Kabul
Boris Johnson says suggestion he intervened in animal airlift is ‘total rhubarb’
Boris Johnson has been accused of lying after leaked emails contradicted his stance of denying his involvement.
All time
# Coronavirus
Coronavirus: Department of Foreign Affairs advises Irish people in China to leave if their presence is 'not essential'
A new updated warning advises people to “avoid non-essential” travel.
# Tragic
34-year-old Down man dies in Cambodia
Martin Stephen Hale was found dead in his guesthouse in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.
# Backlash
Travel advice given to LGBT tourists over North Carolina bathroom law
A number of high profile musicians have cancelled gigs in North Carolina and Mississippi over anti-LGBT laws.
# Tragic
Two dead after car falls more than 1,000 ft from mountain
The incident happened at around 7.30am this morning.
# be vigilant
British tourists warned they could be targeted by terrorists
The Foreign Office said it would be motivated by the conflict in Iraq and Syria.
# Help
Family of British man kidnapped by ISIS ask his captors to make contact
Islamic State has threatened to kill David Haines, who was kidnapped in March last year.
# Intolerable
A British government minister quit because he couldn't make enough money to live in London
Mark Simmonds said he wants to focus on his family.
# Death
British doctor 'failed by his government and Syrians'
The family of Dr Abbas Khan spoke to BBC News about their anger following his death in a Syrian prison.
# Liquidation
British government sells off French wine to cut down on costs
Some of the British government’s wine is being sold off as part of a bid to make its hospitality service self-funding.
# Afghanistan
Taliban claims responsibility for attack on embassies in Kabul
The Taliban claims responsibility for blasts in downtown Kabul, as US Black Hawk aircraft enter to patrol the area.