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France's African soldiers, who fought in the world wars and France's colonial conflicts, win a final battle. Known as Senegalese tirailleurs, the surviving fighters will be able to live out their days back in Africa after a pension U-turn by Paris. Also
We bring you reactions in the UK press after Prince Harry’s explosive memoirs are leaked ahead of the release date. Also, the arrest of El Chapo's son in Mexico sparks violent clashes between security forces and gang members. Finally, Glamour magazine takes a look at what baby names they expect to be big in 2023, inspired by footballers and television characters alike.
The Duke of Sussex's memoir, ghostwritten by journalist J.R. Moehringer, is expected to touch on his fraught relationship with Buckingham Palace and allegations of racism. But will the royals comment?
In the run-up to the release of his book "Spare," he said the British press caused strife within the royal family and that his relatives hurt his wife.
Prince William and Kate make first appearance since release of Harry's book.
The couple announced their daughter has been christened Princess Lilibet Diana in a private ceremony. Royal titles will be used for both of their children.
Prince William has written a letter to support Alpha United Juniors, in which he slammed the "abhorrent" racist abuse aimed at their young footballers.
Generations of readers have been enthralled by Antoine de Saint-Exupery's observations. But what makes the book so special?
At least 10 suspected gang members were lynched and burned alive in the Haitian capital. The UN said that the level of insecurity is comparable to countries at war.
Britain's Prince Harry's lawsuit against the publisher of the tabloid Daily Mirror newspaper over allegations of phone hacking is set to begin at London's High Court.
In Haiti, gang violence is still rocking the capital Port-au-Prince. We look at two very different initiatives to try to keep it in check: a basketball association working to keep kids off the streets and on the court, and a vigilante movement where civilians are taking justice into their own hands.
We take you to the westernmost point of France; the last piece of civilisation before the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean. Ouessant, located 25 kilometres off the Finistère coast in Brittany, is a rugged and fascinating island, where less than 500 people live all year round. We meet a fisherwoman, a doctor and a photographer who appreciate its raw beauty.
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There is league football action to look forward to in the next couple of days; Much Maligned Manchester United goes up against an inconsistent Chelsea, Manchester City faces Aston Villa while Juventus locks horns with Scudetto holders Napoli to begin the Serie A weekend. My name is Ayomide Sotubo and here's our preview of these games on the Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
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Born in South Africa during apartheid, Pretty Yende grew up singing hymns with her grandmother on the way to church. This past May she dazzled Westminster Abbey at the coronation of King Charles, cementing her status as one of the world's most sought-after sopranos. Yende says her journey is proof that nothing is impossible.
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