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Bad omen for UK as Tower of London raven missing, feared dead

The Tower of London has announced that beloved "queen" raven Merlina has been missing for several weeks and is presumed dead. Merlina, described by the Tower as the "undisputed ruler of the roost", was last seen at the historic palace by the River Thames several weeks ago.

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