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The queen made her first scheduled appearance since last week's overnight hospital stay.
There will be no wedding banquet and there have been no other marriage rituals for the couple.
The airline ceased operations, leaving thousands of workers unemployed and others with lower pay on a new carrier, union reps say.
Officials say military forces detained at least five senior government figures after weeks of rising tensions between the country's civilian and military leaders.
Western countries might be majority inoculated, but what about the global South?
Conservative MP David Amess was murdered earlier this month while greeting constituents in an English town.
The Biden administration aims to lead a global vaccination campaign even as it rolls out boosters for domestic use.
Some 7,500 people have been forced to flee their homes since the Cumbre Vieja began erupting on La Palma island more than a month ago.
The Queen, 95, has "reluctantly" canceled a trip to Northern Ireland but is in "good spirits," said Buckingham Palace.
Protesters broke down gates leading into the building's parking lot and torched several vehicles, causing congress employees to flee over a rooftop.
Powell's testimony before the U.N. Security Council in 2003 made the case for war against Iraq with false claims of weapons of mass destruction.
The launch marked possibly the most significant demonstration of the North’s military might since President Joe Biden took office.
Russia says it's acting in retaliation to NATO’s expulsion of Russian diplomats.
Incredibly, there were no reports of any injuries following the incident at Dutch club NEC Nijmegen’s Goffert Stadium.
Rescuers are recovering bodies a day after torrential rains swept through villages and flooded roads in the southern Indian state of Kerala.
Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries said the kidnapped group consisted of 16 U.S. citizens and one Canadian.
Canada woman Ruth Hamilton narrowly missed getting hit by a meteorite that crashed through her roof and landed between her pillows.
A private laboratory has been suspended from processing swabs after the false negatives.
Some 150 students were participating in the cleanup along the banks of the Cileueur when 21 of them slipped into the water.
The early investigation has revealed “a potential motivation linked to Islamist extremism," UK officials said.