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Tony Blair

Date of Birth: 06/05/1953
Place of Birth: Edinburgh


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Grounded

The affair drags on; UK Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary Margaret Beckett discussed it in January with Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete and UK Premier Tony Blair's wife, lawyer Cherie Blair, raised it with Justice Minister Mary Nagu in Dar es Salaam in February...


Caught in the act

Over the last month, United States' President George Bush and Britain's Premier Tony Blair have stepped up criticism of Khartoum, both threatening a no-fly zone and tougher sanctions ahead of a planned new UN Security Council resolution on Sudan...


Deadly collaboration

As British Premier Tony Blair calls for a 'no fly zone' against the Sudanese regime, his government is flying victims of that regime's murderous policy in Darfur back to Khartoum...


Beware the Ides of March

Now even they question his tired explanation of their suffering as imposed by Britain's Tony Blair...


Soft sell at 50

The United States government has committed nearly $500 million to Ghana from its Millennium Challenge Account and on 14 March, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Kufuor jointly announced in London that their two countries had signed a ten-year development partnership agreement...


Chirac's last Cannes-Cannes

France has increasingly stressed its European Union connection, as well as bilateral cooperation with Britain, established at Chirac's 1998 meeting with UK Premier Tony Blair in St...


Khartoum's jihadis

As British Prime Minister Tony Blair insists on United Nations' peacekeepers to protect Darfur civilians, his intelligence services warn of the risks from the international Islamist movement if Western troops don blue helmets...


Pause in St Petersburg

Prime Minister Tony Blair's office responded with a detailed 38 point reply, including the appointment of International Development Minister Hilary Benn to champion the fight against corruption...


Posturing outweighs the policy

First, he persuaded his fellow leaders to reject an extremely critical report on Zimbabwe by the African Union's Human Rights Commission; then he pre-empted Annan's efforts to mediate in Zimbabwe's internal crisis (as part of a plan agreed between SA President Thabo Mbeki and British Premier Tony Blair) by appointing his own mediator (and close friend), Tanzanian former President Benjamin Mkapa...


Head to head

Mbeki was to be keynote speaker but pulled out to attend a bilateral meeting with British Premier Tony Blair in London...


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