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She is officially named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, in tribute to her late grandmother Diana, Princess of Wales, and her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II . Princes Chrlotte poses for a photo in May past year. Since it's not like Middleton has her own Instagram and is sharing photos of Charlotte as she grows, this is a rare glimpse into her life as a toddler, and definitely a welcome one.
  • Madrid Open: Andy Murray beaten by Borna Coric in third round

    Madrid Open: Andy Murray beaten by Borna Coric in third round

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    World No. 2 Novak Djokovic also reached the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open on Thursday with a straight set victory (6-4 7-5) over Feliciano Lopez . 'Yeah, wasn't great. I started the match okay, but when I started to go behind, I didn't find any way to improve my game or to make it more hard for him.
  • Indian woman asks IHC for security on journey back home

    Indian woman asks IHC for security on journey back home

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    An Indian woman who has taken refuge in the Indian High Commission here after arriving in Pakistan to marry, on Friday petitioned the Islamabad High Court (IHC) for duplicate travel documents and provision of security for her journey back to India.
  • Letter Carriers' Annual Food Drive is Saturday

    Letter Carriers' Annual Food Drive is Saturday

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    Last year, the food drive collected a record 80 million pounds of nonperishable food, raising the total amount of donations picked up over the quarter-century history of the drive to more than 1.5 billion pounds. The 25th anniversary of the Stamp Out Hunger food drive is a partnership with the carriers. "Right now, almost 20 percent of Bellingham utilizes our food bank", Cohen said.
  • Police officer who shot and killed Texas teen is fired

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    The department's account of what happened in the shooting changed after Haber admitted Monday that a auto full of teens was driving away from police when an officer armed with a rifle fatally shot the teenager in the head. "The vehicle continued the main roadway driving away from the officer as an officer shot into the vehicle striking the passenger". It took a few moments before the people inside in the vehicle noticed Edwards slumped over, she said.
  • EU's chief Brexit negotiator to address Dáil and Seanad

    EU's chief Brexit negotiator to address Dáil and Seanad

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    Among all the EU nations, Ireland has particular concerns about Brexit , focused on its strong trade ties with Britain and also its border with Northern Ireland - the only EU-UK land border. In the speech Barnier, who is known to be a strong opponent of any soft bargain with a Brexit UK, will signify Irish interests as "top priority" in the EU's negotiation process.
  • Confederate Statue Comes Down New Orleans

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    Landrieu's office has not revealed when these two remaining statues will come down, citing safety concerns. Before the monument could be removed, police had to clear the immediate area of demonstrators - both supporters of the monuments and those who want them taken away.
  • Homes evacuated, military deployed after flooding in Canada

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    Meanwhile, Goodale said no other province has so far requested military help, but forces personnel, including reserves, are on standby across the country. City officials have described the flooding as the worst in decades. Coderre said the situation was under control and the emergency response would be adapted to meet any changes in circumstance.
  • History made as Larissa Waters breastfeeds baby daughter in Senate

    History made as Larissa Waters breastfeeds baby daughter in Senate

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    Senator Larissa Waters returned to parliament today for the first time since giving birth to her second daughter earlier this year, bringing Alia Joy with her while she voted. It is great to see it is able to occur now in the Senate. Similar rules have been adopted by Australia's House of Representatives. In the UK, MPs are now not allowed to breastfeed in the chamber of the House of Commons.
  • Trump, Turnbull in healthcare controversy

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    Trump last left NY, the city he was born in, on January 19 for the presidential inauguration on January 20. "They saw the flames erupt into the air, and they saw the true cost of war in the faces of the heroes that never returned", said Trump.
  • Another Le Pen Bites the Dust?

    Another Le Pen Bites the Dust?

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    She added that she had told her aunt, who understood, respecting the choice because she - that is, Marine - knows how hard political life can be. Mr Le Pen said: "I had insisted that she be a candidate and she had been successful". After losing to Macron on Sunday, Le Pen said she wanted to transform the party, while other party officials said an alternative name was being considered.
  • Condi Rice: Trump handling North Korean situation 'as well as anybody could'

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    She said that she met his challenge by squaring herself up. Courts have blocked parts of two Trump executive orders that sought to temporarily ban entry to the United States for people from six Muslim-majority countries. Rice was diplomatically kind in speaking of the current president, saying, "We have a different kind of president". "I think they're doing as well as anybody could, this is just a really hard problem", Rice said.
  • Chelsea Manning releases 1st statement since clemency win

    Chelsea Manning releases 1st statement since clemency win

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    In December 2016, the ACLU and more than a dozen LGBT groups sent a letter to President Obama urging the commutation of Manning's sentence. Chelsea Manning - the Army intelligence soldier who vaulted Wikileaks to notoriety after leaking nearly three-quarters of a million classified USA war reports and diplomatic cables to the stateless website - will be released from the military prison at Ft.
  • Pyongyang reiterates resolve to fight against US

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    The school in question is the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology ( PUST ), which was founded in 2010. While the Chinese have acted to halt North Korean coal imports temporarily and the Trump administration has struck a conciliatory tone with China to gain further cooperation, the United States should be under no illusions that China will readily change its longstanding support of North Korea.
  • Fireworks cache explodes in Mexico, killing at least 12

    Fireworks cache explodes in Mexico, killing at least 12

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    El Universal cited local officials as reporting someone threw a lit firework that landed inside a building behind the local church where the pyrotechnic materials for the celebration were being stored, causing a blast that seriously damaged the structure.
  • Kapil Mishra suspended from AAP's primary membership

    Kapil Mishra suspended from AAP's primary membership

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    Mishra on Sunday alleged that he saw Kejriwal take Rs2 crore from Jain at his residence and also claimed that Kejriwal told me such things happen in politics. I know Arvind for 12 years and I can not imagine him taking a bribe, ' Vishwas said after meeting Kejriwal. Mishra was removed from the post of water minister on May 6.
  • Hamas says Ismail Haniyeh chosen as Islamic group's leader

    Hamas says Ismail Haniyeh chosen as Islamic group's leader

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    According to Ma'an , the move does not include import and export taxes collected by Israel on behalf of the PA in Ramallah; the taxes on real estate rented for the PA, PLO and any other local or global body; and companies which are based in the Gaza Strip but also work in the West Bank.
  • Le Pen claims 'massive' gains but says party needs major change

    Le Pen claims 'massive' gains but says party needs major change

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    But with their hopes proving a reality, the supporters of 39-year-old Macron can now look to a future under the guidance of France's youngest president in modern times. "The debate was fatal for her", said the operator of one popular pro-Le Pen Twitter account. Le Pen also missed a chance to broaden her appeal by winning over disappointed conservative voters, who were furious over the exit of their candidate, former Prime Minister François Fillon, in the first round.
  • Syrian Foreign Minister Says No Foreign Troops on the Ground

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    As many as 60 buses arrived at outskirts of the Barzeh neighborhood in northern Damascus on Monday, to transport rebels and their families toward the rebel-held province of Idlib, the state TV said. "We are working on Qabun and there is the Yarmuk camp, where talks are underway for the evacuation of armed groups", he added. The evacuation is a first in the capital, but the Barzeh agreement follows a model of "reconciliation deals" implemented across the country.
  • 'No stealth taxes' pledge issued by shadow chancellor John McDonnell

    'No stealth taxes' pledge issued by shadow chancellor John McDonnell

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    The Labour party said in a statement: "Only the highest earners will be asked to contribute more in tax to help fund our public services that have suffered at the hands of seven years of Tory austerity". Told he had not specifically ruled out a rise in employer's National Insurance contributions, Mr McDonnell said: "There's no plans to do that". "The only exception we made for that is we announced a couple of weeks ago this issue of private school fees where we want to put Value-Added ...
  • Eric Trump denies alleged statements on Russian funding

    Eric Trump denies alleged statements on Russian funding

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    Trump "sort of tossed off that he had access to $100 million", Dodson told WBUR-FM, a Boston public radio station, in an interview that aired Friday. Dodson said he did not doubt the story because it is common for Russians to invest in golf courses, and because Trump was opening clubs at a time when few other moguls still did so.
  • Pentagon: IS in Afghanistan leader killed in April raid

    Pentagon: IS in Afghanistan leader killed in April raid

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    The U.S. military command in Afghanistan said in a statement Sunday that U.S. forces had participated in the raid that killed Hasib and up to 35 other militants. "It is often more important to thin out the middle tier of jihadist organizations, as this tier contains the operatives who actually plan and execute operations", he said.
  • Delhi metro fares to go up

    Delhi metro fares to go up

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    The new fare structure is likely to be introduced from Wednesday."The DMRC board has accepted the recommendation of the FFC (Fare Fixation Committee)". According to sources, there will be a 20 to 50 per cent discount on ticket prices on national holidays and Sundays. These fares start from ₹10 and go up to ₹40.