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Prince Philip’s Funeral: Queen Elizabeth Bans Princes Harry, Andrew, Others From Wearing Military Uniform

Prince Philip’s Funeral: Queen Elizabeth Bans Princes Harry, Andrew, Others From Wearing Military Uniform

Members of the royal family have been banned from wearing their popular military uniforms during the funeral for Prince Philip. According to The Sun, UK, Queen Elizabeth barred all members of the royal family from…

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Reuters Names Alessandra Galloni As Its Next Editor-In-Chief

Reuters Names Alessandra Galloni As Its Next Editor-In-Chief

Reuters News has named one of its top editors, Alessandra Galloni, as its next editor-in-chief, the first woman to lead the globe-spanning news agency in its 170-year history. A native of Rome, Galloni, 47, will…

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US Suspends Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Rollout Over Blood Clot

US Suspends Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Rollout Over Blood Clot

The United States has moved to suspend the rollout of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine in the country following reports of “rare and severe” blood clotting in six recipients. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…

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Premier League, Other Sports Events Moved Due To Prince Philip’s Funeral

Premier League, Other Sports Events Moved Due To Prince Philip’s Funeral

Racing’s Scottish Grand National, as well as football and rugby fixtures in the United Kingdom, are to be moved “as a mark of respect” to avoid a clash with the funeral of Prince Philip on…

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Updated: Nigeria, Saudi Arabia Sight Moon, Declare Today First Day Of Ramadan

Updated: Nigeria, Saudi Arabia Sight Moon, Declare Today First Day Of Ramadan

  The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) and the Saudi Arabian Supreme Court have declared Tuesday, April 13, 2021 as the first day of Ramadan after sighting the crescent moon, urging Muslims in…

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One Dead, One Injured In Shooting Outside Paris Hospital

One Dead, One Injured In Shooting Outside Paris Hospital

One person was killed and another injured after a shooting in front of a private hospital in Paris on Monday, a police source told CNN. The source told CNN the attacker fled the scene outside…

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Pope Celebrates Mass Of ‘Mercy’ With Prisoners, Refugees

Pope Celebrates Mass Of ‘Mercy’ With Prisoners, Refugees

Pope Francis made a rare Sunday outing from Vatican grounds to celebrate a mass on “divine mercy” with prisoners, refugees, and health workers. The service was held in a church just off St Peter’s Square,…

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Expect More Delays In Zaccine Supplies, WHO Tells Nigeria, Others

Expect More Delays In Zaccine Supplies, WHO Tells Nigeria, Others

The World Health Organisation has asked Nigeria and some other African countries to expect delays in the arrival of COVID-19 vaccines. The WHO Africa Regional Director, Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, said this during a press conference…

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Pope Praises Prince Philip’s ‘Devotion’ To Marriage And Family

Pope Praises Prince Philip’s ‘Devotion’ To Marriage And Family

Pope Francis on Saturday saluted Prince Philip, the late husband of Queen Elizabeth II, as a man devoted “to his marriage and family.” In a message to the British monarch, the 84-year-old Argentine pope offered…

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Bush, Blair, Other World Leaders Pay Tribute To Late Prince Philip

Bush, Blair, Other World Leaders Pay Tribute To Late Prince Philip

Former American president George W. Bush, as well as former UK prime minister Tony Blair and other world leaders, have sent out their condolences on the passing of Prince Philip, husband to the head of…

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