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Bogged down in Brexit, Britain tries to flex G7 muscles

Reuters Friday, 5 April 2019
When Jeremy Hunt sat down on Friday with rights lawyer Amal Clooney to advocate better protection for journalists, Britain's foreign minister was at pains to stress its enduring importance on the world stage.
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