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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Reportedly TROUBLED, No Help From Royal Family Staff

British Royal family news reveals it’s been a year and a half since Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan Markle’s tumultuous exit from the royal family. The couple announced their desire to step down from their duties as senior royals in January 2020, promising to uphold the important work done by the Queen. But in the past few months, the Sussexes have been making headlines as a result of their accusatory claims geared toward members of the royal family, and while the Cambridges haven’t spoken publicly about it, it’s enough to make them change their PR strategy to better control the damage caused by the Sussexes’ explosive claims.
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Trooping the colour - live: Queen Elizabeth is celebrating her ‘official’ birthday with a parade

The Queen is celebrating her “official” birthday with a military parade at Windsor Castle.This year’s Trooping the Colour will depart from tradition, as the annual ceremony is usually held on the Mall outside Buckingham Palace.In keeping with coronavirus restrictions, the number of military personnel taking part in the birthday parade will be scaled back.Earlier this month, Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen’s cousin, the Duke of Kent, will join her for the celebration in place of her late husband, Prince Philip.The duke has previously accompanied the Queen during the parade in 2013 when Philip was unable to attend because he was recovering from surgery.
Panama City, FLWJHG-TV

“Foul smell” leads to dead body in Panama City Friday

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - A body was discovered in Panama City Friday after construction workers in the area smelled a “foul odor.”. Panama City Police and crime scene detectives responded to the call near the 1100 block of Cypress Avenue around 5 P.M. Police spokesperson Ken McVay said they’re investigating the death of a black male. McVay said with the foul smell, it’s hard to tell how long the body had been there. He said they’re still in the preliminary stages of the investigation and are preserving the scene.
Knox County, INWTHI

Man arrested after wife found dead in home

KNOX COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) – A man is charged with murder after his wife was found dead inside their home. According to the Knox county sheriff, deputies found Jasmin Lee Hatfield with severe wounds. Hatfield was dead when they arrived at the home on North Scott Road in Oaktown, Indiana just before 7 Friday evening. The sheriff says Hatfield’s husband, Kevin Eugene Hatfield, was not at the home when deputies got there.
Violent CrimesPosted by
The Independent

Christian terrorist who mowed down Muslim family ‘was laughing’ as he got out of blood covered truck

The Christian terrorist who mowed down a Muslim family was laughing as he got out of his blood covered truck, according to a witness.Four members of a Canadian immigrant family were left dead and one hospitalised after Nathaniel Veltman, 20, allegedly crashed his vehicle into them deliberately as they took a walk.A taxi driver was taking a coffee break when the suspect pulled up in his black truck and told him to call the police as he had just killed someone, Yellow Taxi London president Hassan Savehilaghi told The Free Press on the driver’s behalf.The pickup driver was wearing...
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Cannes: ‘Onoda – 10 000 Nights In The Jungle’ to Open Un Certain Regard Section

French filmmaker Arthur Harari’s “Onoda – 10 000 Nights In The Jungle” will open Cannes sidebar Un Certain Regard. The film tells the story of soldier Hiroo Onoda who was sent to an island in the Philippines in 1944, to fight against the American forces. As Japan surrenders, Onoda ignores it, and, as he is trained to survive at all costs in the jungle, he keeps his war going. He will take 10,000 days to capitulate, refusing to believe the end of the WWII.

Goldman's Sharpe ratio stock portfolio typically beats the market. Here's what's in it

Goldman Sachs highlighted stocks with the best risk-adjusted returns in a semiannual update of its high Sharpe ratio basket on Monday. Portfolio managers widely use the Sharpe ratio to measure a security's return above and beyond the risk-free rate, adjusted for the risk of holding it. In this case, Goldman calculates it as a stock's return to the consensus Goldman analyst 12-month price target divided by its six-month option-implied volatility. The basket includes the 50 stocks with the highest prospective Sharpe ratio.