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Celebs arrive for the Royal Wedding in Windsor
Oprah Winfrey, Serena Williams, Elton John, the Beckhams and the Clooneys were among the celebrities arriving at the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle
Harry, 33, will marry the 36-year-old American actress in front of 600 guests at St George's Chapel in Windsor in a ceremony that will be watched by millions around the world.

Actor George Clooney was among the first major celebrities to arrive, accompanied by his lawyer wife Amal, who wore a mustard yellow dress and hat.

Soccer star David Beckham arrived soon after, with his wife Victoria, once a singer with the Spice Girls and now a successful fashion designer, wearing a long, sleek, dark dress.

Dressed in pale pink, Winfrey added a touch of Hollywood glamour inside the chapel, wearing sunglasses as she chatted to British actor Idris Elba ahead of the service.

Elton John, who sang at the funeral of Prince Diana, was also there as was tennis champion Williams, who p..

Prince Harry named Duke of Sussex, Meghan Markle to be a duchess – Buckingham Palace
Prince Harry has been given the title Duke of Sussex by his grandmother Queen Elizabeth according to Buckingham Palace
It means his American fiancee Meghan Markle will become a duchess after the couple wed later.

Traditionally the monarch bestows titles on princes and their spouses in the day of their wedding.

Harry was also named Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel, in keeping with the tradition of awarding titles from different constituent parts of the United Kingdom.

The royal duchy of Sussex was created by George III for his fifth son Augustus Frederick in 1801. Augustus died without having any children in 1843 when the dukedom became extinct.

Published: 19/05/2018 by Radio NewsHub

Millions expected to tune in around the world to watch the Royal Wedding
Prince Harry and U.S. actress Meghan Markle will marry in a lavish ceremony with more than 100,000 people gathering in Windsor.
The ceremony unites the traditional pomp of British royalty with Hollywood glamour, injecting new life into a monarchy striving to stay relevant in the modern age.

Millions around the world are expected to watch when Elizabeth's popular grandson and the American star of the TV drama “Suits” tie the knot at the 15th Century St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world.

As dawn broke over its ancient stone walls, excited crowds began to assemble, many draped in British and American flags.

“I just think it will be magical. There will be so much shouting and cheering and noise. I love the royal family,” said Ronda Musgrove, 59, who camped overnight on the street opposite.

More than 100,000 fans are expected to cram the narr..

LIVE: Thousands gather for the Royal Wedding in Windsor
Fans have travelled from across the world to be in Windsor ahead of the Royal Wedding
Donna Werner, an American who has spent four nights on the streets in Windsor to secure a prime position for Saturday's royal wedding, was cold and stiff as dawn broke but looking forward to catching a glimpse of the newly weds.

“I'm really excited,” Werner, 66, told Reuters at her camping spot at around 0530 GMT on Saturday morning, surrounded by camping chairs, sleeping bags and positioned directly in front of Windsor Castle.

“Today's the day, this is the big build-up … I just can't wait, they’re going to pipe out the music and the ceremony so we're going to hear it, so that’ll be fun.”

Werner and many others like her have travelled from around the globe to watch the wedding of the queen's grandson, Prince Harry, and U.S. actress Meghan Markle, due to take place later on Saturday in a display of roya..

Many feared dead in passenger plane crash in Cuba
A Boeing 737 plane crashed on Friday shortly after taking off from Havana's main airport on a domestic flight, with a number of people feared dead or injured, Reuters witnesses and officials said.
There were at least three possible survivors among the 105 passengers plus nine crew, Cuban state-run media reported, adding that there were five children on board. Earlier reports on state media said there were 104 passengers.

The number of casualties was not immediately known, but Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, visiting the site of the crash, told Agence France Presse: “It appears there is a high number of victims.”

Wreckage was strewn over the area and ambulances and firefighters were at the scene, a Reuters witness said. The fire had been put out, and blackened parts of the fuselage could be seen.

“We heard an explosion and then saw a big cloud of smoke go up,” said Gilberto Menendez, who runs a restaurant near the cra..

Trump says Texas school shooting is heartbreaking
U.S. President Donald Trump called the latest school massacre heartbreaking.
As many as 10 people may have died, a majority of them students, in the latest U.S. high school shooting, according to the Texas sheriff for the county where a gunman opened fire in Santa Fe High School.

The suspected shooter, now in custody, was a student at the school, said Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, adding the campus is still considered an active crime scene.

“There are multiple fatalities. It could be anywhere between eight to 10,” he told a press briefing.

Trump said, “My administration is determined to do everything in our power to protect our students, secure our schools and to keep weapons out of the hands of those who pose a threat to themselves and to others.”

Published: 18/05/2018 by Radio NewsHub

Two relegated Premier League sides see their managers leave
Both Stoke City and Swansea City have decided it is time to make a change after their relegation to the Championship.
Swansea City parted company with manager Carlos Carvalhal and Paul Lambert left Stoke City earlier today.

Stoke ended a decade in the Premier League with a win at Swansea on Sunday, that sealed the fate of the Welsh side.

A statement from Stoke City said.

“Whilst he was unable to guide us to safety, it certainly wasn't due to a lack of effort, professionalism and dedication.”

Meanwhile Carvalhal left after saying he wanted to discuss his future at the club but chairman Huw Jenkins said “it was in the interest of both parties to move in a new direction.”

Published: 18/05/2018 by Radio NewsHub

Police arrest man on suspicion of terrorism offences in London
The Police said they had arrested a man on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts.
He was arrested in the capital early on Friday.

The arrest of the 18 year-old man took place in a street in the north London area and involved armed officers, London’s Metropolitan Police said in a statement.

The arrest was not connected to Saturday’s wedding of Britain’s Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle, a spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police said.

Published: 18/05/2018 by Radio NewsHub

North Korea does not accept South Korean media outlets for visit of nuclear site event
North Korea has declined to accept a list of South Korean journalists hoping to observe the closure of its nuclear test site
This is raising new questions about the North’s commitment to reducing tension.

North Korea had invited a limited number of journalists from South Korea and other countries to witness what it said will be the closing of its only nuclear weapons test site at Punggye-ri next week.

The North Korean offer to scrap the test site has been seen as major concession in months of easing tension between it, on the one hand, and South Korea and the United States on the other.

But the remarkable progress appears to have been checked in recent days with North Korea raising doubts about an unprecedented June 12 summit in Singapore between leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump, and calling off talks with the South.

Published: 18/05/2018 by Radio NewsHub

Socially responsible funds have start to act on Facebook over data privacy
Several socially conscious investment firms are selling or rethinking their Facebook Inc holdings.
The retreat from the world’s largest social media network is one of the sharpest responses by investors to concerns about Facebook’s handling of user data.

Cambridge Analytica, a now-defunct political data firm hired by Trump’s 2016 election campaign, has been accused of harvesting data for 87 million Facebook users and is under investigation in the United States and Europe.

Facebook shares fell in the first quarter when the scandal broke, and recovered after founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg testified before U.S. lawmakers in April. Although he deflected questions and avoided pledging to support new regulation, doubts were raised about his commitment to fully resolve the issue.[

“Facebook’s problems, we believe, are founded on a lack of sufficient attention to consumer privacy and data securi..

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