- Daily MailJun 21 05:26 PM
Tory backbenchers said Mr Gates was ‘out of step’ with British taxpayers, many of whom resented their cash being spent abroad at times of deep austerity at home.
- Press Association via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJun 23 05:21 AM
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has reiterated his praise for the UK's approach to global development, calling it an "international leader" that has set the standard on foreign aid that other countries should aspire to.
- BBC NewsJun 24 11:34 PM
The UK Foreign Office has launched a review into whether its overseas aid is being spent "effectively".
- PoliticoJul 01 05:13 PM
Island nation of Palau gets swept up in Clinton controversy.
- The Huffington Post UKJun 25 04:04 AM
The Foreign Office's overseas aid spending will be reviewed after The Sun revealed some of it was going on "frivolous" projects such as finding a mating partner for a rare fish. The tabloid, which is calling for foreign aid spending to be cut to boost the defence budget, ran the article under the slogan 'Forces Not Farces' and published a breakdown of projects across the world it deemed a waste...
- Hawaii News NowJul 02 08:46 AM
For Bill Clinton, President Barack Obama's announcement this week of plans to resume diplomatic relations with Cuba must have stirred memories. It was 20 years ago this month that Clinton pulled off a similar...
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJun 16 06:18 AM
By Amjad Ali ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's prime minister on Tuesday ordered all international aid agencies to renew their registration within three months amid a crackdown on charity workers and activists whom authorities accuse of breaking unspecified laws. Last week authorities said they would tighten oversight of local and international aid groups. Officials padlocked the offices of ...
- PanARMENIAN.NetJun 12 04:55 AM
The measure did not make specific reference to U.S. economic aid priorities in Armenia, Artsakh, Azerbaijan, or Georgia.
- The Wall Street JournalJun 21 08:49 PM
Senate Republicans are offering a new incentive to support legislation giving the president expanded trade-negotiating power: help for beleaguered steel companies.
- The Wall Street JournalJun 10 05:49 PM
Republicans make headway in building support for fast-track legislation in their ranks, but Democrats threaten the bill over a dispute about how workers’ aid would be funded.
- related to Foreign aid bill