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Britain's Kate makes last royal visit before birth LONDON: Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate visited a charity in London on Friday on what media said would be her last public engagement before she gives birth.The Duchess of Cambridge, who is around eight months pregnant, is already mother to one-year-old Prince George, the third in line to the throne."We asked her when it's due and she said April. End of April," said Paul Reardon, 50, who chatted to the royal couple when they went on a walkabout in the Gipsy Hill area of south London.Another onlooker standing nearby, Helen Scholes, 46, told reporters: "William said number one is a life change and number two is a game changer."Royal officials announced that Kate was pregnant with her second child in September but have remained tight-lipped about the due date for the baby and have not said if it will be a boy or a girl.On Friday, William and ...

One civilian dead in Ukraine clashes KIEV: Fighting close to the strategic eastern Ukraine port of Mariupol, the last major city in the conflict zone controlled by Kiev, claimed one civilian life overnight, police loyal to the government said Friday."A male inhabitant of Shyrokyne village died after suffering injuries in shelling" by pro-Russian separatists, Viktoriya Guts, a spokeswoman for Donetsk regional police, told AFP.Shyrokyne, about 10 kilometres east of the key port of Mariupol, has been the scene of daily skirmishes ...
UN orders investigation into Libya rights abuses GENEVA: The UN Human Rights Council decided Friday to send a mission to war-torn Libya to investigate a range of abuses by different sides and help bring perpetrators to justice.The 47-member rights body adopted by consensus a resolution asking the UN rights chief to "urgently" dispatch a team of investigators to Libya.The one-year mission would be aimed at investigating violations and abuses committed since the beginning of 2014, and to "establish the facts and circumstances... ...
Britain's Hammond to join Iran talks this weekend LONDON: British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will join the Iran nuclear talks in Switzerland this weekend, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Friday.Hammond, who is on a visit to the United States, earlier this week said an agreement was "deliverable" but urged Iran to make "tough decisions".A spokesman for French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who has warned against a soft deal leaving Iran with the possibility of obtaining nuclear weapons, has said he will join ...
Bundesbank opposes more emergency funding for Greece: report FRANKFURT: Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann says he is opposed to giving Greece more emergency loans, charging the new government in Athens with frittering away a lot of trust."Until the autumn, an improvement in the economy had been discernible. But the new government has gambled away a lot of trust," Weidmann said in an interview with the weekly Focus that was released on Friday."I am opposed to an increase in the emergency loans," said Weidmann, who ...
Turkey approves security bill after 16-hour debate ANKARA: The Turkish parliament on Friday passed a stripped down version of its controversial homeland security bill that has enraged the opposition after a fractious 16-hour debate.The bill was approved in the early morning after an all-night session by the parliament, where the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) holds the majority.Out of 231 deputies present at the session, 199 voted for and 32 against, the Dogan news agency reported.The opposition had said the bill ...
EU says end of milk quotas mean opportunities in Asia BRUSSELS: European dairy farmers will be better poised to benefit from world demand for their products, particularly in Asia, when three-decade old milk quotas are lifted next week, the EU pointman on agriculture said Thursday.But Phil Hogan, the agriculture commissioner, also told a press conference he will "remain vigilant" in case of a threat to Europe's milk producers as he acknowledged the risk of price volatility.The quotas on cow's milk, which end on March 31, ...


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