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16.04.21 03:04 Chinese Economy Grew More Than 18% in First Quarter

Schlagwörter: PAID, Computers/Consumer Electronics, Household Appliances, Consumer Goods, Durable Household Products, BEIJING—China’s, Analysts, Journal, Beijing, China’s

China’s economy surged 18.3% in the first quarter from a year earlier, a record rate of growth that reflected the recovery from a deep coronavirus-induced trough in early 2020.

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15.04.21 22:32 Canada Can Keep Returning Asylum Seekers to U.S., Court Rules

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Crime/Legal Action, International Relations, Human Migration, Canada-United, Unaccompanied, Quebec—where, Thursday’s, Department

The decision reverses a lower-court ruling that found the practice unconstitutional and sets up a possible challenge in the Supreme Court of Canada.

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15.04.21 18:19 U.S., Iranian Nuclear Negotiators Look for Ways to Untie Sanctions Knot

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, National/Public Security, Armed Forces, International Relations, VIENNA—Negotiators, Comprehensive, Washington, President, Diplomats

Negotiators for the U.S. and Iran are working to revive an international deal aimed at restricting Tehran’s atomic ambitions.

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15.04.21 17:31 Prince Philip'sFuneral Trimmed by Covid-19 Concerns

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Respiratory Tract Diseases, Health, Medical Conditions, LONDON—Buckingham, Edinburgh’s, Elizabeth, Meanwhile, Philip’s

Buckingham Palace disclosed more details of Prince Philip’s funeral, an event Saturday curtailed by the pandemic. Among changes: no military procession through Windsor, a short guest list and the public will see the ceremonies only on TV.

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15.04.21 16:44 Afghanistan Braces for Conflict to Resume When U.S. Leaves

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, Armed Forces, KABUL—Afghanistan’s, Afghanistan’s, Ghani—brought, Afghanistan, Washington

The Kabul government will be on its own once American forces withdraw in September, and could find it hard to hold out for long against the Taliban.

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15.04.21 16:30 Biden to Meet With South Korean President Moon Next Month

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, International Relations, Politics/International Relations, SYND, SEOUL—President, Washington, President, Peninsula, Covid-19

North Korea is likely to be high on the agenda, while other topics could include climate change, cooperation on Covid-19 vaccines and teaming up to boost the supply of semiconductors amid a global shortage.

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15.04.21 15:49 Elegant Picnics in an Instant---No Packing Required

Schlagwörter: PAID, off duty, design, interior design, decorating, Manhattanites, Destination, Nashville, September, Craspedia

Now you can commission cushy custom al fresco events for a party of two or 250 with all the plates, blankets, cushions (and even drumsticks) you need.

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15.04.21 15:02 Hong Kong's Police Debut the Goose Step as City Marches to Beijing's Tune

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Civil Unrest, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, Goose-stepping, British-style, KONG—Under, Thursday’s, Education

Hong Kong marked National Security Education Day with speeches warning against dissent and a police detail goose-stepping in the locked-knee marching style of the Chinese military.

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15.04.21 14:51 Islamic State Seeks Revival in Christian Countries

Schlagwörter: PAID, leder, Political/General News, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, Uganda—Islamic, Department, Caliphate, Province, KAMPALA

Central African affiliates launch deadly assaults in Congo and Mozambique, as terror group latches onto local insurgencies.

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15.04.21 14:40 Iran Boosts Oil Exports Amid Nuclear Deal Talks

Schlagwörter: PAID, Energy, Fossil Fuels, Financial Performance, Earnings, International, Washington, Republic, November, Chinese

Iran’s sanctioned oil production has risen to its highest level in almost two years thanks to growing Chinese imports—a development that could lessen the West’s leverage in talks over reviving a nuclear deal with Tehran.

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15.04.21 12:40 Biden Signs Executive Order Targeting Foreign Activities by Russian Government

Schlagwörter: PAID, Computers/Consumer Electronics, Software, Applications Software, Computing, WASHINGTON—President, SolarWinds, Department, Washington, Thursday

The wide-ranging action is a response to what it describes as ‘the full scope of Russia’s harmful foreign activities,’ ranging from election interference to hacking.

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15.04.21 12:00 China Figures Out How to Produce Must-See Propaganda TV

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Arts/Entertainment, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, English-subtitled, Douban.com, Communist, China’s, Minning

As China’s Communist Party revs up its 100th-birthday plans, it is celebrating a new addition to its list of accomplishments: the production of a genuinely popular patriotic TV drama.

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15.04.21 11:51 Turkey's Central Bank Holds Rates After Erdogan's Latest Shuffle

Schlagwörter: PAID, Monetary Policy, Interest Rates, Economic News, Political/General News, ISTANBUL—Turkey’s, Erdoganreplaced, Development, President, Kavcioglu

Turkey’s central bank held interest rates steady in the first major decision since President Recep Tayyip Erdogan replaced the institution’s chief last month in a move that sparked a selloff in Turkish assets.

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15.04.21 11:22 Blinken Visits Afghanistan in Unannounced Trip

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, International Relations, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, Afghanistan—U.S, Reconciliation, Organization, Afghanistan, Secretary

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Afghanistan in a gesture of U.S. support after President Biden announced he is withdrawing U.S. troops.

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15.04.21 09:40 German Court Kills Berlin's Push to Limit Gentrification

Schlagwörter: PAID, Economic Performance/Indicators, Home Sales/Housing Affordability Figures, Economic News, Housing Prices Figures, Governments, BERLIN—One, Germany’s, Thursday, Berlin’s

One of the world’s most ambitious anti-gentrification experiments came to an end after Germany’s constitutional court declared the city’s residential rent cap void.

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15.04.21 09:30 As Variants Fuel Covid-19 Surge, Scientists Voice Optimism for Shots

Schlagwörter: PAID, covid vaccine, Pharmaceuticals, Health Care/Life Sciences, Political/General News, Scientists, Concerning, Covid-19, America, Canada

Highly contagious variants of the coronavirus are driving up infections world-wide, but scientists say vaccinations, masks and social distancing can bring those threats under control.

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15.04.21 04:29 U.S. to Sanction Russia Over Hacks, Election Interference

Schlagwörter: PAID, Government Finance, Government Borrowing, Economic News, Political/General News, WASHINGTON—The, Collectively, Afghanistan, SolarWinds, Sanctions

The Biden administration will impose a range of retaliatory measures against Russia, which are expected include the expulsion of 10 officials and expanded prohibitions on U.S. banks trading in Russian government debt.

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14.04.21 21:56 Drone Attacks Iraq Airport Housing U.S. Troops

Schlagwörter: PAID, Airports, Air Transport, Industrial Goods, Transportation/Logistics, Iranian-backed, Government, BAGHDAD—A, Wednesday, Kurdistan

One building was damaged, and no casualties were reported in the attack on Erbil airport.

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14.04.21 21:43 President Biden Says It Is Time for U.S. Troops to Leave Afghanistan

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, Armed Forces, WASHINGTON—President, Republicans, Wednesday, Democrats, America’s

The president told the nation Wednesday it is time for the U.S. to end America’s longest war as he announced a withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.

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14.04.21 12:41 EU Orders Extra Pfizer Vaccines Amid J&J Suspension

Schlagwörter: PAID, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines, Respiratory/Allergy Treatments, BioNTech-Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Wednesday’s, Commission, President

The European Union, grappling with the potential loss of Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines, will buy an additional 50 million doses from BioNTech and Pfizer for the quarter, and is in talks to purchase up to 1.8 billion more doses over the next two years.

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14.04.21 12:12 Biden's China Rhetoric Makes Japan Uneasy

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, International Relations, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, TOKYO—Asked, University, President, Yoshihide, Hesitancy

Japan Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga Friday becomes the first foreign leader to meet the new U.S. president in person, a distinction Japan has trumpeted. But political and business leaders in Tokyo are uneasy at being enlisted in public confrontation with China.

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14.04.21 11:25 U.S. Seeks Coordination With Allies on Afghanistan Withdrawal

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, Government Bodies, Secretary-General, BRUSSELS—Top, Organization, Together, Atlantic

Top U.S. officials ramped up coordination with fellow NATO members as President Biden prepared to announce a withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.

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14.04.21 11:00 Italy's Covid-19 Vaccinations Bypassed the Elderly, and More Are Dying

Schlagwörter: PAID, Pharmaceuticals, Health Care/Life Sciences, Political/General News, Respiratory Tract Diseases, ROME—Thousands, University, Antonella, Germany, While

For many weeks, Italy was slow to vaccinate the elderly. Now, with a death rate outpacing much of Europe, the country is shifting focus to get more vaccines to older people.

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14.04.21 09:30 India's Migrants Flee to Villages as Covid-19 Prompts New Lockdown

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Respiratory Tract Diseases, Health, Human Migration, Maharashtra, DELHI—As, Covid-19, Mumbai, Rajesh

As the coronavirus roars back in India, migrant workers who had just started to resettle in cities they left during last year’s outbreak are packing up to return to their villages again.

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14.04.21 09:26 Turkey's Central Bank Has to Balance Economy With Politics

Schlagwörter: PAID, Economic Performance/Indicators, Inflation Figures/Price Indices, Monetary Policy, Interest Rates, Investors, President, Kavcioglu, Turkey’s, November

Turkey’s new central bank governor faces a tough balancing act: fixing an embattled economy and winning back foreign investors while keeping President Erdogan happy.

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14.04.21 07:22 Biden Sends Unofficial Delegation to Taiwan as Beijing Ramps Up Pressure

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, International Relations, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, Christopher, Connecticut, Democratic, Department, Washington

A former U.S. senator and two former U.S. deputy secretaries of state are traveling to Taiwan, leading the first unofficial delegation dispatched by the Biden administration.

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13.04.21 22:46 Kerry Says U.S. Will Hold Beijing to Account on Climate Pledges

Schlagwörter: PAID, Air Pollution, Political/General News, Climate Change, International Relations

Ahead of his trip to Shanghai, President Biden’s climate envoy, John Kerry, says U.S. could use satellites to monitor greenhouse-gas emissions globally.

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13.04.21 21:55 Iran Says It Will Enrich Uranium Closer to Weapons-Grade Levels

Schlagwörter: PAID, Energy, Nuclear Fuel, Trade/External Payments, Economic News, University, President, American, Araghchi, Iranians

Iran will start enriching some of its stock of uranium to 60% for the first time, one of its nuclear negotiators said, after an attack on its main nuclear facility that has been blamed on Israel.

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13.04.21 21:45 U.S. Troops to Leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, Armed Forces, WASHINGTON—President, Wednesday, American, Taliban, House’s

President Biden set a withdrawal deadline that falls 20 years after the 2001 terrorist attacks, effectively winding down the decadeslong U.S. military engagement, officials said.

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13.04.21 17:57 Covid-19 Variants Stress Canadian Hospitals

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Respiratory Tract Diseases, Health, Medical Conditions, Association, Compounding, Previously, Hospitals, Ontario’s

Hospitals in the province of Ontario are canceling surgeries and transferring patients to deal with biggest surge since the pandemic began.

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13.04.21 12:23 NATO Urges Russia to Halt Military Buildup on Ukraine's Borders

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, International Relations, Politics/International Relations, SYND, BRUSSELS—NATO, Organization, Ukrainian, Secretary, Atlantic

The alliance called for Russia to withdraw troops from its borders with Ukraine following a growth in numbers that has sparked concerns of a major escalation in the conflict between the two countries.

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13.04.21 11:41 Myanmar's Military Has Enemies. Protesters Are Asking for Their Help.

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Civil Unrest, National/Public Security, Armed Rebellion, SINGAPORE—In, Myanmar’s, Myanmar, Naing, These

A nascent collaboration is forming between protesters opposed to Myanmar’s military rule and rebel groups who have long battled the country’s military, posing a potential challenge to the ruling generals but also risking escalation of the conflict.

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13.04.21 10:39 In Battle for Global Sway, China Showers Money on Europe's Neglected Areas

Schlagwörter: PAID, Heavy Construction, Railway Construction, Railroads, Real Estate/Construction, Increasingly, China-Europe, Germany—The, Initiative, Europeans

The struggle between America and China for influence has come to Europe’s industrial backwaters, where Beijing is steadily co-opting local economies, starting with their railroads.

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13.04.21 01:02 Japan to Release Low-Radiation Fukushima Water Into Ocean

Schlagwörter: PAID, Agriculture, Fishing, Energy, Electricity/Gas Utilities, Representatives, TOKYO—Japan, Yoshihide, Electric, Minister

With storage space running out, the prime minister says the move is safe, but fishery groups fear reputational damage.

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12.04.21 23:10 What We Know About the St. Vincent Volcano Eruption

Schlagwörter: PAID, seoexplainers, seoarticles, Political/General News, Disasters/Accidents, University, Soufrière, Caribbean, Robertson, Gonsalves

The eruptions could continue for weeks, and damage to crops and water are the big concern.

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12.04.21 22:38 Arab-Israeli Dentist Holds Sway Over Israel's Next Government

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, SYND, Jerusalem-based, Arab-Israeli, Palestinians, Netanyahu, Democracy

Islamist leader Mansour Abbas is embracing the role of unlikely kingmaker, as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu struggles to build a coalition after another deadlocked election.

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12.04.21 22:30 U.K. Strain Doesn't Result in More Severe Covid-19 Among Hospitalized Patients, Study Finds

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Respiratory Tract Diseases, Medical Research, Health, Infectious, University, B.1.1.7’s, Diseases, Nastouli

The findings add to scientists’ understanding of B.1.1.7’s impact, which has become critical now that the strain has come to dominate cases in the U.K., U.S. and some other countries.

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12.04.21 22:29 Ecuador's New Leader Needs Help from U.S., but China Will Remain Close

Schlagwörter: PAID, Economic News, Political/General News, International Relations, Health, Washington-based, Inter-American, International, Washington’s, Ecuador’s

President-elect Guillermo Lasso will inherit an economy in crisis following one of Latin America’s worst Covid-19 outbreaks.

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12.04.21 21:50 Taliban Back Out of Talks, Dealing a Blow to Afghanistan Peace Efforts

Schlagwörter: PAID, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, International Relations, Politics/International Relations, WASHINGTON—International, English-language, U.S.-backed, Germany, Afghans

The U.S.-backed summit, ahead of a May 1 deadline to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan, was slated to start this week in Turkey.

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12.04.21 18:32 Record-Setting da Vinci Was Displayed on Saudi Leader's Yacht

Schlagwörter: PAID, kwexclusive, Art, Political/General News, Arts/Entertainment, Switzerland, Artnet.com, Schachter, Leonardo, Salvator

‘Salvator Mundi,’ the priciest painting ever sold, was displayed on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s 439-foot yacht until late last year, after a diplomatic dispute kept it out of a blockbuster Louvre show in Paris.

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12.04.21 17:05 Tanzania's President Nudges Country Away From Covid-19 Denial

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Respiratory Tract Diseases, International Relations, Global/World Issues, Tanzanians, Tanzania’s, Magufuli, Hassan’s, Tanzania

The African nation’s first female leader, Samia Suluhu Hassan, is seeking to shift the skeptical policy of late-President John Magufuli and regain international trust.

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12.04.21 14:06 China's Message to America: We're an Equal Now

Schlagwörter: PAID, leder, Trade/External Payments, Economic News, Political/General News, Washington, Anchorage, President, Jinping’s, Trump-era

President Xi Jinping is confronting the Biden administration with a new world view, that Beijing’s decades of not challenging the U.S. as the global leader are over; ‘no room for compromise’ on Taiwan.

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12.04.21 13:17 Australia Expects Big Delays to Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout

Schlagwörter: PAID, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines, Health Care/Life Sciences, SYDNEY—Australia, Australians, Australia, Covid-19, Minister

Australia expects its Covid-19 vaccination campaign to be delayed by months because of concerns over side effects from the AstraZeneca vaccine and supply-chain issues.

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12.04.21 12:19 Iran Blames Israel for Attack on Nuclear Facility

Schlagwörter: PAID, Assault, Political/General News, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, Organization, Washington, Republic’s, Enrichment, Kamalvandi

The attack on Iran’s main nuclear facility destroyed a number of centrifuges at a time when Washington and Tehran are seeking to resume talks over a deal that constrains the Islamic Republic’s potential to produce a nuclear weapon.

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12.04.21 09:27 Nepal's Rhino Population Grows, Likely With Assist From Covid-19 Closures

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Respiratory Tract Diseases, Natural Environment, Health, Department, KATHMANDU, Nepal—The, Wildlife, Saturday

With the country’s nature reserves shut for most of last year, the endangered animals had more freedom to roam, congregate and mate.

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12.04.21 03:15 Ecuador's Guillermo Lasso Wins Presidential Election

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, Elections, Ecuadoreans, Guillermo, Covid-19, Castillo, Ecuador

Ecuador on Sunday elected a conservative former banker and supporter of free-market policies as president over his populist opponent, setting the country on a pro-business path.

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11.04.21 19:35 Iran Says Its Foes Targeted Nuclear Plant

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, National/Public Security, Crime/Legal Action, Armed Forces, Revolutionary, Saudi-Yemeni, Fakhrizadeh, President, Netanyahu

Iran said saboteurs caused a blackout at the country’s main nuclear-enrichment plant, accusing the alleged culprits of attempting to derail informal talks with the U.S. on reviving a 2015 nuclear accord.

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11.04.21 14:04 Jordan's Royal Feud Sends Shockwaves Through Country's Traditional Tribes

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Politics/International Relations, Domestic Politics, Regional Politics, Jordan—Security, Hussein—is, Jordanian, Hashemite, Jordan’s

The arrest of notable tribal figures in Jordan—in what officials characterize as an effort to stamp out a plot to eventually replace reigning monarch King Abdullah II with his younger half-brother, Prince Hamzah bin Hussein—is sowing unrest in a part of society central to stability.

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11.04.21 13:20 Solar-Energy Supply Chain Depends on Region Where China is Accused of Genocide

Schlagwörter: PAID, Energy, Crude Oil/Natural Gas Upstream Operations, Electricity/Gas Utilities, Electric Power Generation, Xinjiang-produced, Champions, European, Chinese, Uyghurs

The solar industry is rethinking where to source critical materials in an effort to avoid any connection to alleged forced labor and human-rights abuses of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang.

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11.04.21 11:06 Prince Charles Moves Closer to Center Stage

Schlagwörter: PAID, Political/General News, Natural Environment, Royal Families, SYND, Elizabeth’s, LONDON—The, Windsor’s, Elizabeth, Edinburgh

Prince Philip’s death sharpens the spotlight on his eldest son, Prince Charles, the longest-ever serving heir to the British throne.

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