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    Duchess of Cambridge joined by schoolchildren at her garden

    The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by schoolchildren at her Back to Nature Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Monday morning. Her Royal Highness designed the garden to inspire children to get outside and enjoy the benefits of nature.

  • 'Cheeky Little Bugger' - Cormorant Takes Advantage of Fisherman’s Catch and Release Policy
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    'Cheeky Little Bugger' - Cormorant Takes Advantage of Fisherman’s Catch and Release Policy

    Sealife enthusiast Jules Casey captured this unfortunate moment as a fisherman’s best intentions went to waste, with the catch and release of two fish going “horribly wrong.” Casey captured footage of the fisherman, named George, as he returned his pair of catches to the water at Blairgowrie Pier, located

  • Suspected meteorite caught on CCTV in Australia
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    Suspected meteorite caught on CCTV in Australia

    A suspected meteorite lit up the night sky over parts of Northern Australia on Monday morning.Northern Territory Police CCTV captured an object shooting above Tennant Creek just after midnight.

  • Police Camera Captures Fireball Streaking Across Northern Territory Sky
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    Police Camera Captures Fireball Streaking Across Northern Territory Sky

    A meteor was recorded streaking across the sky by CCTV in Tennant Creek in Australia’s Northern Territory in the early hours of Monday, May 20. According to The Australian, Northern Territory Police Supt James O’Brien said officers received calls from a concerned resident shortly after midnight. The

  • Farage hits back at calls for Brexit Party funding probe
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    Farage hits back at calls for Brexit Party funding probe

    Nigel Farage has hit back at calls for funding of the Brexit Party to be investigated. Former prime minister Gordon Brown has written to the Electoral Commission to examine if the party has sufficient safeguards on its website to prevent foreign interference in UK democracy. Brexit Party leader Farage

  • Watch: Austrian Chancellor Kurz addresses far-right Freedom Party scandal
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    Watch: Austrian Chancellor Kurz addresses far-right Freedom Party scandal

    Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz condemned the far-right's scandals after announcing over the weekend that the country will hold elections in early September following the resignation of the vice-chancellor. Heinz-Christian Strache, the country's now former vice-chancellor and leader of the

  • Coast Guard Rescues Tourists Stranded by High Tide at Oregon State Park
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    Coast Guard Rescues Tourists Stranded by High Tide at Oregon State Park

    Two tourists were rescued by the US Coast Guard at Indian Beach, in Ecola State Park, on May 19 after they became trapped by the high tide. The tourists, a woman and a man, were hoisted by a helicopter crew from the Coast Guard Sector Columbia River and brought for medical assessment. The woman, who

  • Number of children in mental health hospitals doubles
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    Number of children in mental health hospitals doubles

    The number of children admitted to mental health hospitals in England has doubled since 2015 according to a new report. Data provided to the Children's Commissioner's Office by NHS Digital show that 250 children with a learning disability or autism were identified in a mental health hospital

  • Italian Dockworkers Refuse to Load Saudi Cargo Ship in Anti-War Protest
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    Italian Dockworkers Refuse to Load Saudi Cargo Ship in Anti-War Protest

    A Saudi Arabian cargo ship, reported by Belgian media to be carrying arms , docked in the Italian port of Genoa on May 20, where dockworkers refused to load it with what they believed to be materials for use by Saudi Arabia in Yemen. In a Facebook post on May 15, the local CGIL trade union group said

  • Video: European Parliament elections — who is most likely to vote?
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    Video: European Parliament elections — who is most likely to vote?

    Who is most likely to vote during the upcoming European elections? Between May 23 and 26, European Union citizens will vote to fill 751 seats in the European Parliament. Each country holds voting separately with countries voting on different days. There are 508 million EU citizens across 28 member

  • Duchess of Cambridge climbs her tree house at Chelsea Flower Show
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    Duchess of Cambridge climbs her tree house at Chelsea Flower Show

    The Duchess of Cambridge has visited her woodland wilderness garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.Kate joined local school pupils for outdoor activities, just a day after her own children enjoyed a playful trip to the Back To Nature Garden.

  • Wimbledon unveils second retractable roof
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    Wimbledon unveils second retractable roof

    This year see's the completion of the roof on Court one, as current and ex-tennis stars take to the grass to test the new space.

  • Galatasaray Fans Celebrate Back-to-Back League Titles
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    Galatasaray Fans Celebrate Back-to-Back League Titles

    Galatasaray won Turkey’s Super Lig title for the second year in a row on Sunday, May 19, following a 2-1 win over local rivals Basaksehir at Istanbul’s Turk Telekom stadium. Galatasaray and Basaksehir were level on 66 points with two matches to play coming into Sunday’s showdown. Galatasaray came from

  • Hancock: May's new deal is "the route" to delivering Brexit
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    Hancock: May's new deal is "the route" to delivering Brexit

    Matt Hancock has urged MPs to back Theresa May's updated Brexit deal, describing it as "the route to delivering the referendum result". The health and social care secretary said the details of what will be proposed in the new deal will be agreed at Cabinet on Tuesday. Mr Hancock made it

  • Crowds Gather Outside Ukraine's Parliament as Comedian Sworn in as President
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    Crowds Gather Outside Ukraine's Parliament as Comedian Sworn in as President

    Crowds gathered outside Ukraine’s parliament building in Kiev on May 20 as Volodymyr Zelensky was sworn in as president. Zelensky, a comedian who previously played the president of Ukraine in a television series, had no real-life political experience prior to his presidential run. In a surprise move,

  • Kevin Hart on parenting message in new film: It's the letting go factor
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    Kevin Hart on parenting message in new film: It's the letting go factor

    Actor Kevin Hart discusses the letting go factor when it comes to parenting and how it appears in his new film, The Secret Life Of Pets 2, with co-star Eric Stonestreet. Release date May 24.

  • OECD: Rebuilding trust in institutions is 'world's greatest challenge'
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    OECD: Rebuilding trust in institutions is 'world's greatest challenge'

    Rebuilding people's trust in institutions is the world's greatest challenge, Angel Gurria, head of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), told Euronews' Jannat Jalil. The lack of trust, he said, is a legacy of the global financial crisis and the subsequent increase

  • How do European Elections work?
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    How do European Elections work?

    The UK will hold European Parliament elections on May 23, but what are the elections about?

  • Greenpeace protesters block BP London HQ entrances
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    Greenpeace protesters block BP London HQ entrances

    Greenpeace protesters have blocked the entrances to BP's London headquarters in St. James's Square with specially designed containers. Activists have set up camp inside the containers whilst climbers abseiled from the top of the building. Greenpeace UK tweeted about the shutdown early on Monday

  • World Bee Day: Why are they so important?
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    World Bee Day: Why are they so important?

    A look at why bees are so important to us - and what is being done to stop their decline - as the animals are celebrated around the world.

  • Countdown to Brexit: 164 days until Britain leaves the EU
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    Countdown to Brexit: 164 days until Britain leaves the EU

    Britain is set to leave the European Union on October 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.