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Did UK Intelligence Fail To Anticipate The Algeria Hit? | Stirring Trouble Internationally

Did UK Intelligence Fail To Anticipate The Algeria Hit? | Stirring Trouble Internationally | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Hague And Hammond should have been in London. Did no one tell them about Algerian terrorists?
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In today's post you can find out why British Embassies are on red alert since the things that have happened in Algeria.

 

Find out interesting hurdles Alistair Burt is leaping through to make sure everyone knows what is going on around the world.

 

Get the inside scoop from the Cabinet Office. curious about what David Cameron has to say about the troubles there again this is something worth reading up on.

 

This is also for entertainment and is very interesting reading especially the bit about Hague, Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, Mali, Philip Hammond and the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

 

Find out what William Hague tasks will be over the next few weeks by going over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.

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To Stay Or Not To Stay In The EU. That's The Question Facing Britons Today | Stirring Trouble Internationally

To Stay Or Not To Stay In The EU. That's The Question Facing Britons Today | Stirring Trouble Internationally | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
The Eurozone is unsustainable in its present form. What will replace it?
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The troubles in Algeria are a strong reminder for France and they do not want that sort of thing happening again. So with that in mind today's article is coming to you from Africa. The battles there are picking up and are projected to last a few weeks.

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