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Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, celebrates his 39th birthday today. The Royal Family have led the well-wishers, with a message on the monarchy's official Twitter account wishing him a "very happy birthday" alongside a picture on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Kensington Palace thanked those who had sent messages to the duke, tweeting: "Thank you for all the birthday wishes and kind messages."
The ‘unsolicited proposal’ from a US private equity firm sparked speculation that Sainsbury’s or even Tesco might be targeted next.
Iran’s sole nuclear power plant has undergone an unexplained temporary emergency shutdown, the country's state TV reported. An official from the state electric company Tavanir, Gholamali Rakhshanimehr, said on a talk show that aired on Sunday that the Bushehr plant shutdown began on Saturday and would last "for three to four days.” Without elaborating, he said that power outages could result.This is the first time Iran has reported an emergency shutdown of the plant in the southern port city of
Scotland fan flashes commuters as he performs the worm on London tube
France went to the polls Sunday in the first round of regional polls seen as a test of voters' mood ahead of next year's all-important presidential contest. Follow the election as it happened on our liveblog. The conservative Les Républicains party surged to a first-round lead ahead of Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Rally (RN) and parties of the centre and left. President Emmanuel Macron’s ruling LREM party suffered setbacks in most regions, failing to reach the 10 percent threshold required
Vannak Rowe forced himself on his victim after she repeatedly refused to have sex with him at her home in Nuneaton, Warks, last January.
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George and Charlotte were photographed wearing shorts and trainers, while the duke was dressed in a blue shirt and a pair of navy chinos.
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The United States is preparing fresh sanctions against Russia over the near-fatal poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, a top White House advisor warned Sunday.
Ethiopians began voting Monday in a closely-watched election taking place as famine grips the war-torn Tigray region and doubts linger about the credibility of the twice-delayed vote. It is the first electoral test for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, 44, who rose to power in 2018 championing a democratic revival in Africa's second most populous country, and a break from its authoritarian past.The Nobel Peace laureate, who freed political prisoners and welcomed back exiles, promised this election woul
Former classmates of Begum - who fled to Syria in 2015 - told how the ex-ISIS bride was seen as a 'cool hijabi girl'.
Bolt took the 100m and 200m Olympic gold medals in the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Games and retired after the 2017 World Championships.
The annual gathering at the ancient stone circle in Wiltshire has been cancelled for the second year running.
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When Thailand tightened its border restrictions and enforced a strict 14-day hotel quarantine, the foreign tourists dried up along with the money. With 95% of Phuket's income linked to tourism, the island is now pushing a plan to restart the industry safely. If they hit that target then the current plan is that fully vaccinated foreign tourists from low to medium risk countries will be allowed to visit the island without any quarantine.
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The Health Secretary said he and Boris Johnson worked ‘very strongly together’ to deliver the vaccine programme.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's party won 53.9 percent of the vote in snap parliamentary polls called in an effort to defuse a political crisis after a war with Azerbaijan, official results showed Monday. An alliance led by his rival, ex-leader Robert Kocharyan, came second with 21 percent, according to the results based on ballots from 100 percent of precincts counted.A winning party or bloc needs to obtain at least 50 percent of seats plus one and can be assigned additional seats in
Those who haven’t been vaccinated ‘should be worried’ about new strain, Andy Slavitt says