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Whitehorse greets Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with tweets

Whitehorse greets Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with tweets

The pair also heard powerful criticism from First Nations leaders about the plunder of natural resources in their lands and the struggle to preserve their way of life for future generations. In his day, Bell sent thousands of message from Yukon around the world, Cunning said. "Then I got a call saying "They can't go, the Princess is pregnant", he explained.



Sisters found dead in villa on African island

On the 22nd, their butler arrived in the morning he found the sliding door to their villa locked, but later became concerned by the lack of movement. He waited a few more hours and when he heard no noise from the room, he expressed his concerns to the management who alerted the police.



Only 'Hard Brexit' Can Work, Says German Business Chief

Asked at the Paris Motor Show what factors the company would consider in deciding where to build any future model, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn told reporters: "If I need to make an investment in the next few months and I can't wait until the end of Brexit, then I have to make a deal with the United Kingdom government".



World leaders to attend funeral of Shimon Peres

Peres, who served as Israel's president from 2007-2014, was also twice prime minister - for two years in the mid-1980s and for less than one year in the mid-1990s. "They don't make them like him any more". "Mr Peres was a titan of his generation who has left a lasting legacy". "The Middle East has lost a fervent advocate for peace and reconciliation and for a future where all the children of Abraham build a better tomorrow together".


South Sudan rebel leader says president wants 'ethnic state'

South Sudan rebel leader says president wants 'ethnic state'

Abuses against the press have continued as a ceasefire agreement signed in August 2015 has failed to halt violence between warring sides. A deadly conflict erupted in 2003 in Darfur - a region the size of France - when ethnic minority groups took up arms against President Omar al-Bashir's Arab-dominated government in Khartoum, accusing it of marginalising the region.


Kerry threatens to end Syria talks with Russia over Aleppo

Kerry threatens to end Syria talks with Russia over Aleppo

The U.N. Security Council convened an emergency meeting but failed to take any action because of deep divisions between Russian Federation and Western powers. "The regime and its allies know very well the high price they will pay if they try to storm liberated Aleppo ", said Yasser Alyousef, a spokesman for the group, referring to the rebel-held sector.