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Queen makes first public appearance in months to honour her husband

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Britain and much of the world has taken a collective sigh of relief after Queen Elizabeth attended the memorial service for her late husband, Prince Philip

The occasion was held at Westminster Abbey, and marks the monarch’s first public outing in months.

Concerns were growing for Elizabeth after she spent a night in hospital last October for an unspecified illness and told to rest.

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Buckingham palace says the Queen played a big role in planning the occasion.

The service comes after Philip’s original funeral was overshadowed by the then-raging coronavirus pandemic, in which only 30 dignitaries were able to attend due to restrictions.

Joining Her Majesty in attendance were foreign kings and queens, friends of Philip, politicians, military figures and more than 500 other representatives.

Four generations of the Royal Family also attended the Westminster event, including embattled Prince Andrew.

The Queen was wearing a brooch Philip gave her more than 50 years ago.

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Spectator dead following violent clashes at a football stadium

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One person has died in clashes at an Argentinian football stadium

Police fired rubber bullets and tear gas to stop fans from pushing into the crowded venue.

But that wasn’t enough, with many fans squeezing through fencing to escape the violence and get onto the field.

The incident took place around 50 kilometres south of the nation’s capital

The game was suspended nine minutes into play.

A 57-year-old man experienced cardiac arrest while being transferred from the stadium to the hospital.

It comes five days after 131 people died in a stampede prompted by Indonesian police firing tear gas inside a stadium.

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Bizarre antics disrupts court – but at what cost?

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Darrell Brooks, the man accused of killing 6 people during the Waukesha Christmas Parade has appeared in court, shirtless

In a bizarre series of events, the 40 year old who is representing himself, consistently disrupted the court.

So Judge Jennifer Dorow moved the defendant to another room to participate via video link with the ability to mute him.

But the antics didn’t stop there, he removed his shirt, with his back to the camera, threatening to break items nearby.

He then took off his shoe and refused to sit down.

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Biden says nuclear ‘armageddon’ threat is back

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U.S. President says the nuclear ‘armageddon’ threat is back for first time since Cuban Missile Crisis

The president was speaking at a fundraiser event, where he said Russian President Vladimir Putin was “not joking when he spoke about the use of tactical nuclear weapons.

U.S. officials have been warning that Russia could use weapons of mass destruction in Ukraine.

But they believe there’s been no change to Russia’s nuclear forces for the time being.

It comes as the leaders of more than 40 European nations convened in Prague to discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Ukraine’s leader Volodymyr Zelensky spoke via video link.

UK Prime Minister Liz Truss says the summit is “not about moving closer to Europe” but “about working with Europe”.

When pressed about her working relationship with Macron, Truss admitted he is a ‘friend’.

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