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# ultimatum

This year
Macron says ambassador to Niger 'literally held hostage', living off 'military rations'
Niger’s military leaders told the ambassador he had to leave the country after they overthrew President Mohamed Bazoum.
Last year
Musk gives workers deadline to decide if they will be ‘part of the new Twitter’
Employees have until tomorrow to choose if they want to stay in or leave the company.
IABA must reform or face 'immediate and severe financial sanctions' from government
The IABA have since released a statement in response to Minister Chambers’ comments on RTÉ Radio One earlier today.
All time
SA Rugby boss threatens to replace Stormers with Cheetahs in URC amid financial issues - report
Meanwhile, Ruan Pienaar will play in next season’s URC one way or another after the Cheetahs and the Sharks signed a cooperation agreement.
Khabib Nurmagomedov tells UFC he'll quit if team-mate is axed
Zubaira Tukhugov was scheduled to fight Artem Lobov, Conor McGregor’s training partner, later this month.
Trump wants border wall and green card reform or he'll end protection for young immigrants
The White House’s latest proposals have been criticised for “using the lives of young people as bargaining chips”.
Al-Jazeera says closure demand is 'attempt to silence freedom of expression'
The nation’s foreign minister said today that the list of 13 demands given to his government is not reasonable.
Sport Ireland issue Irish boxing with funding cut threat
“Significant issues of concern” remain at the IABA.
Peter Robinson accused of 'playing the hard man' after saying he won't resign
Peter Robinson has been criticised after withdrawing his threat to resign over the letters given to IRA suspects who were on the run.
Savita: Family give Health Minister public inquiry 'ultimatum'
They said tonight that the Minister has until Thursday to agree to a public inquiry, or they will take the case to the European Court of Human Rights.
Arab League issues ultimatum to Syria over violent crackdown
Syria has one day to sign an agreement allowing observers into the country or face economic sanctions.
IRB promises World Cup review as New Zealand threaten boycott
The head of the New Zealand Rugby Union, Steve Tew, has claimed that participating in the competition is costing his country too much money.