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    World UK will always be my home: Prince Harry breaks silence in emotional speech – P.M. News

    Prince Harry breaks silence Prince Harry spoke for the first time Sunday night after he and his wife made the shock announcement they were stepping back from royal duties and the Queen subsequently stripped them of the Royal Highness title. He spoke at a charity dinner at Ivy … Read more...
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    World New York Times snubs Biden, endorse Warren, Klobuchar for presidency – P.M. News

    The New York Times on Sunday snubbed Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden and instead endorsed Senators Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic presidential nomination, its first time choosing two candidates. The liberal newspaper’s pick comes just … Read more via P.M. News –...
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    World At Last, Physicists Confirm the Fastest Way to Board a Plane – Wired

    Commercial airlines often prioritize boarding for passengers traveling with small children, or for those who need extra assistance—in other words, those likely to be slower to stow their bags and take their seats—before starting to board the faster passengers. It’s counter-intuitive, but it...
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    World Donald Trump on being president: ‘What do I get out of it? I get impeached!’ – USA Today

    While promoting new trade deals in a speech to farmers, President Donald Trump on Sunday gave a small preview of this week's impeachment trial by saying Democrats are prosecuting him in spite of his many accomplishments.... Read more via USA Today – Get more World News
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    World Prince Harry Says He and Meghan Markle Hoped to Continue Royal Duties, but ‘That Wasn’t Possible’ – TIME

    (LONDON) — Prince Harry said Sunday that he felt “great sadness” but found “no other option” to cutting almost all of his and his wife Meghan’s royal ties in the hopes of achieving a more peaceful life. The comments were Harry’s first public remarks since his split from the … Read more via...
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    World Taxpayers foot bill for minister’s wedding anniversary, overseas trips – IOL section Feed

    Johannesburg – Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams allegedly used thousands in taxpayers’ money to fund her wedding anniversary celebrations in the US and Switzerland by taking her husband, Thato Abrahams, along without permission from President Cyril Ramaphosa. Sunday Independent...
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    World Drowned Parktown Boys’ High pupil’s parents could not afford life jacket – report – News24

    Enoch Mpianzi’s parents had to borrow the R800 it cost to send him to the Parktown Boys’ High School orientation camp where he lost his life, but could not afford a life jacket, Sunday Times reported. But his mother Antho Mpianzi and his father Guy Intamba were not … Read more via News24...
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    World Africas-Richest-Woman-Ripped-Off-Her-Country – Peacefmonline

    Leaked documents reveal how Africa’s richest woman made her fortune through exploiting her own country, and corruption. Isabel dos Santos got access to lucrative deals involving land, oil, diamonds and telecoms when her father was president of Angola, a southern African country rich in natural...
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    World China Reports Jump in Deadly Virus Cases, Adding to Fears of Outbreak – NYT – Health

    BEIJING — The Chinese authorities said on Sunday that 17 more people had been infected with a mysterious new virus, raising questions about how it is being transmitted and adding to concerns about the spread of the illness ahead of China’s busiest travel season. The announcement, by … Read...
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    World Uganda-Kenya Milk War Boils Over With No End in Sight of Regional Trade Tiffs – AllAfrica News: Kenya

    The escalating trade dispute between Kenya and Uganda over milk exports, is just one of many facing all EAC partner states and underlines critical gaps in the regional integration project that could potentially harm the economies. Dr Gideon Badagawa, the executive director of the Uganda...