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Britain's Prince Charles Does Not Want To Be Like His Mother

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, right, sits with Prince Charles, as she delivers her speech in the House of Lords, during the State Opening of Parliament, at the Palace of Westminster, in London, Wednesday, June 4, 2014/Pic:APAccording to the British press, Prince Charles does not want to be like his mother.

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‘America’s Toughest Sheriff’ Sues Obama Over Immigration Reforms

People watch US President Barack Obama's national address in Phoenix, Arizona, November 20, 2014. — Reuters pic ARIZONA: An Arizona police chief who calls himself “America’s Toughest Sheriff” sued Barack Obama yesterday soon after the US president imposed sweeping immigration reforms, saying the changes were unconstitutional.

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Drug Violence Surrounded Murdered Miss Honduras

A friend lies over the coffin of Maria Jose Alvarado during a wake for Maria Jose and her sister Sofia outside their home in Santa Barbara. — Reuters pic  SANTA BARBARA (Honduras): Maria Jose Alvarado expected difficult questions about her country at the Miss World pageant in London, so the 19-year-old beauty queen enlisted a teacher to help her prepare.

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Iran Will Reap ‘Huge’ Payoff In Any Nuclear Deal, Says Britain

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond talks to journalists November 21, 2014, in Vienna where Iran, the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China began the final round of negotiations on a nuclear deal. — Reuters pic VIENNA: Iran has a “huge” amount to gain if it can show sufficient flexibility and agree a nuclear accord with world powers, Britain’s foreign secretary said Friday as a deadline loomed.

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How Did Media Take Photos Of Hollande, Actress In Palace?

Pic: ReutersPARIS: Their relationship has been the subject of endless rumours in Parisian society but photos published on Friday of French President Francois Hollande and actress Julie Gayet have triggered a new mystery of how they were taken.

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Mongolia Elects New PM As Economy Stalls

Pic: AFPULAN BATOR: Mongolia's parliament Friday chose a new prime minister to head its fractured government, an official website said, as the sprawling, resource-rich nation struggles with stalling economic growth.

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S’pore Man Arrested For Alleged Murder Of Vietnamese Woman In Ang Mo Kio Flat

The suspect, flanked by police officers, is known to neighbours simply as "Jack". Police said they found him in his two-room flat with the dead woman upon their arrival. PHOTO: STSINGAPORE: A Singaporean man, living on the ninth floor of Block 406 in Ang mo Kio Avenue 10, was arrested yesterday (Nov 20) morning for the alleged murder of a Vietnamese woman, 30, who was found dead in his bedroom.

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Heavily-Tattooed Guy Sleeps Like A Boss On Train -- Because He Thinks No One Dares To Tell Him Off?

Pic: StompSINGAPORE: A video of a man lying sprawled across multiple seats on the train has become a talking point among Singaporeans.

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Gambia Okays Law Allowing Gays To Be Jailed For Life

Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, one of Africa's most vocal anti-gay leaders, instructed gays and lesbians in 2008 to leave the country or risk decapitation. - Pic for illustration purposeDAKAR: The president of Gambia has signed a bill into law that calls for life imprisonment for some homosexual acts, the latest African country to codify harsh penalties for the gay community.

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8 Military Dead In Helicopter Crash In Romania

Pic: www.appszoom.comBUCHAREST: The Romanian defence ministry says a helicopter on a training mission has crashed in central Romania, killing eight military personnel and injuring two others.

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