Prince Harry and Meghan attend horse therapy event in Morocco
25 February 2019 | 3:09 pm
Britain's Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan visited Rabat on Monday to learn more about an equine therapy programme for children with special needs.
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Visitors on the Hollywood Walk of Fame react to the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second child, Lilibet Diana. The couple decided to name the girl after Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and his mother Diana.
9 Jun 2021
Meghan Markle's children's book 'The Bench' hits the shelves
17 Jan 2022
Prince Harry is requesting that the U.K. government allow him and his family police protection, even at his own financial cost, during any future trip to his native country and says that it is too risky for him, his wife Meghan Markle and their two children to visit without such security.
18 Jan 2022
Queen Elizabeth may never get to meet her great granddaughter Lilibet amid Prince Harry's row about returning to the UK without security protection.
25 Apr 2022
Former U.S. President Donald Trump said Britain's Prince Harry was 'whipped like no person' he has ever seen. In a clip from an interview shot earlier this month with British television presenter Piers Morgan on April 11 at the Mar-a-Lago resort, Trump said he had never been a fan of Meghan Markle adding 'poor Harry is being led around by his nose.'
19 Jul 2022
Britain's Prince Harry spoke on Monday at the United Nations about seeking insight from the words of Nelson Mandela during a time of "global uncertainty and division" and urged countries to take action to combat climate change.
5 Dec 2022
A trailer with dramatic black-and-white images gives a glimpse of a new Netflix docuseries about Prince Harry and Meghan and their rift with the royal family
21 Dec 2022
The whole fuss surrounding the Netflix documentary about Harry and Meghan is fueled by the media. And beyond the royal family feud, the tabloid press is at the core of the problem, says DW's Silke Wünsch.
25 Dec 2022
We look at right-wing extremists targeting Moroccan supporters during celebrations in French cities after France's World Cup semi-final win. The sports pages are looking ahead to Sunday's final and focusing on one man in particular: Lionel Messi. In the British papers, there's sympathy for striking nurses and scorn for Harry and Meghan after part 2 of their Netflix series drops.
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?
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Citing declining inflation and a strong rebound in economic activity, Ghana's central bank on Monday (September 25) held its interest rate at 30%.
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EU chief Ursula von der Leyen and Italy's premier Giorgia Meloni have visited a migrant center on Italy's southernmost island after a surge in the number of migrants arriving there.
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German police say 26 officers were among those injured after violence on the sidelines of an Eritrean event in Stuttgart. Tensions run deep within the diaspora over the eastern African nation's polarized politics.
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After beginning a strike one week ago, the United Auto Workers union has increased the number of plants affected by industrial action. Until now, workers have been striking at three sites, one each for Ford, General Motors and Stellantis. UAW leader Shawn Fain says that will be increased to 38 factories, all of them GM and Stellantis parts distribution centres. Ford has been spared of further disruption, with the union saying the company has made "important concessions".
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This week in Across Africa, Georja Calvin-Smith speaks to Namibian President Hage Geingob ahead of his arrival in New York for the UN General Assembly. He shares his perspective on governance, the impact of Africa's first climate change summit and the role of the African Union in responding to regional upheaval.