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King Charles, Prince William seen returning to duties as wild rumors over royals’ health swirl
baseless reports of his death surfaced online.The monarch, 75, appeared chipper as he arrived in a limousine at Clarence House Tuesday morning after spending time at Windsor Castle in recent days.His Majesty was then taken to Buckingham Palace, where he hosted a handful of veterans of the Korean War to mark the 70th Anniversary of the conflict.Charles, who is currently in the midst of his outpatient cancer treatment following his diagnosis in February, met with veterans Alan Guy, Mike Mogridge, Brian Parritt, and Ron Yardley during the private audience.Later on, the King’s family will step in to host a reception for around 200 Korean War veterans in the Palace’s Bow Room.His sister Anne, the Princess Royal, will host the event alongside Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh.Princess Anne will deliver a speech about the war on behalf of the King.The King’s appearance will help to quell the ongoing rumors about his health that have been sending royalists into overdrive in recent weeks.Elsewhere on Tuesday, Prince William was seen visiting housing initiatives in Sheffield, north England, to promote his homelessness project.The Prince of Wales, 41, has long been an advocate for helping the homeless, and has done a lot of work for various charities through the Royal Foundation’s Homewards program.William’s appearance Tuesday comes just days after he was spotted visiting a farm shop with his wife, Kate Middleton.Palace sources have exclusively told The Post that footage of the Waleses out and about should be enough to put an end to wild conspiracy theories about her health.Charles, for his part, has been taking a slight step back from royal engagements in recent weeks since being diagnosed with cancer.Despite that, the King is keen
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Zelenskyy to join G7 as world leaders tighten sanctions against Russia
FILE - (L to R) European Council President Charles Michel, Italys Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, Canadas Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Frances President Emmanuel Macron, Japans Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, US President Joe Biden, Germanys Chancello HIROSHIMA, Japan - Leaders of the world’s most powerful democracies vowed Friday to tighten punishments on Russia for its 15-month invasion of Ukraine, days before President Volodymyr Zelenskyy joins the Group of Seven summit in person on Sunday."Our support for Ukraine will not waver," the G7 leaders said in a statement released after closed-door meetings, vowing "to stand together against Russia’s illegal, unjustifiable, and unprovoked war of aggression against Ukraine.""Russia started this war and can end this war," they said.Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, confirmed on national television that Zelenskyy would attend the summit."We were sure that our president would be where Ukraine needed him, in any part of the world, to solve the issue of stability of our country," Danilov said Friday. "There will be very important matters decided there, so physical presence is a crucial thing to defend our interests."Zelenskyy on Friday opened a visit to Saudi Arabia, where Arab leaders were holding a separate summit, he announced.Russian President Vladimir Putin’s nuclear threats against Ukraine, along with North Korea's months-long barrage of missile tests and China’s rapidly expanding nuclear arsenal, have resonated with Japan’s push to make nuclear disarmament a major part of the summit.
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N. Korea launches two missiles from submarine in weapons test
A general view shows pedestrian and traffic amid the Pyongyang city skyline and Ryugyong hotel (R) on March 9, 2019.(Photo credit should read ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images) SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea said Monday it has conducted submarine-launched cruise missile tests, days after its leader Kim Jong Un ordered his troops to be ready to repel its rivals’ "frantic war preparation moves."The test on Sunday came a day before the U.S. and South Korean militaries begin large-scale joint military drills that North Korea views as a rehearsal for invasion.The official Korean Central News Agency said Monday that the missile launches were meant to confirm the reliability of the weapons system and gauge underwater-to-surface offensive operations of the country's submarine units.RELATED: Rapper Costa Titch dies at 28 after collapsing onstage during music festivalComing off a record year in missile testing, North Korea's weapons demonstrations this year include test launches of an intercontinental ballistic missile, short-range missiles and a purported long-range cruise missile system in recent weeks.The White House said Wednesday that North Korea is covertly sending a significant number of artillery shells to Russia amid the war with Ukraine.
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Iran, Saudi Arabia to resume diplomatic relations with China's help
China lowers the chance of armed conflict between the Mideast rivals — both directly and in proxy conflicts around the region.The deal, struck in Beijing this week amid its ceremonial National People’s Congress, represents a major diplomatic victory for the Chinese as Gulf Arab states perceive the United States slowly withdrawing from the wider Middle East. It also comes as diplomats have been trying to end a long war in Yemen, a conflict in which both Iran and Saudi Arabia are deeply entrenched.The two countries released a joint communique on the deal with China, which brokered the agreement as President Xi Jinping was awarded a third five-year term as leader earlier Friday.Xi, whose administration in recent days has relaunched a campaign to challenge the U.S.-led Western liberal order with warnings of "conflict and confrontation," was credited in a trilateral statement with facilitating the talks through a "noble initiative" and having personally agreed to sponsor the negotiations that lasted from Monday through Friday.READ MORE: Sister of Kim Jong Un warns North Korea ready to act against US, SouthVideos showed Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, meeting with Saudi national security adviser Musaad bin Mohammed al-Aiban and Wang Yi, China's most senior diplomat.The statement calls for reestablishing ties and reopening embassies to happen "within a maximum period of two months." A meeting by their foreign ministers is also planned.In the video, Wang could be heard offering "wholehearted congratulations" on the two countries' "wisdom.""Both sides have displayed sincerity," he said.
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Sri Lanka, India abstain on UN resolution calling on Russia to make reparations to Ukraine
COLOMBO (News 1st) – Sri Lanka, India and several other countries abstained from voting on a draft resolution approved by the UN General Assembly that recognised that Russia must be responsible for making reparations to Ukraine.The draft resolution, ‘Furtherance of remedy and reparation for aggression against Ukraine’, introduced by Ukraine, was adopted on Monday (14) in the 193-member UN General Assembly by a recorded vote of 94 in favour, 14 against and 73 abstentions, including by India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Israel, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka.Those voting against the resolution were Belarus, China, Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Russia and Syria.General Assembly resolutions are non-binding, but they carry political weight.The resolution, co-sponsored by nearly 50 nations, recognised that Russia “must be held to account for any violations of international law in or against Ukraine, including its aggression in violation of the Charter of the United Nations, as well as any violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law, and that it must bear the legal consequences of all of its internationally wrongful acts, including making reparation for the injury, including any damage, caused by such acts.” In March, 141 members of the General Assembly voted to denounce Russia’s invasion, and 143 in October voted to condemn Moscow’s attempted annexation of parts of Ukraine. India had also abstained on those two votes.
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