The issue, in the end, is a simple one: there is no military victory to be found here, and supporting the Ukrainian militarily is likely to prove fatal to both Ukraine and to Europe.
A former BBC royal correspondent says "everybody feels for the Queen" after she stripped Prince Andrew of titles, but adds Prince Harry "can't pick and choose."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had an explosive start to the year with reports of separate conflicts with the media and the U.K. government.
Prince Harry's lawsuit over a U.K. government decision to strip him of police protection is "outrageously out of touch," a reputation expert tells Newsweek.
Prince Harry's decision to sue the U.K. government over his police protection is "not a great brand-building move," a reputation lawyer tells Newsweek.
Prince Harry revealed he will always see Britain as home and wants his two children to know the country—even as he sued the U.K. government.
Installing cameras into someone's home without their permission is against the law due to the "reasonable expectation of privacy."
"The people have the right to live in peace every single day," Macron said on Monday, "but there's a lot more to do."
The man reappears on the security camera multiple times before the woman contacts police.
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It took over an hour for the Pentagon to approve deploying the National Guard to the Capitol as tens of thousands of Trump supporters overwhelmed 1,200 Capitol Police officers.
The boy's mother, an employee, was reportedly being choked by one of the suspects after she was unable to open the pizzeria's cash register.
As with the previous JCPOA talks, a major flaw in the negotiation process has been a lack of participation by the regional powers most directly threatened by the prospect of a nuclear Iran.
Jeffrey Allsbrooks works in the office of the House chief administrative officer and said he forgot that the gun was in his bag.
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Kevin Nishita, a former police officer, earned an award commending his "high moral character" in 2018.
Matt Hellyer, an ex-SAS soldier, said a Maxwell lookalike was sent to Paris to act as a media decoy while she was in hiding over Jeffrey Epstein accusations.
"The radio wasn't working, the music was way too loud," he said. "I had called for backup and help so many times and it was just not going through."
Authorities are citing crowd surge as the primary cause of the disaster at Astroworld on November 5.
Police are looking into reports of "needle spiking" at the festival. Eight people died and dozens of others were injured during the show on Friday.
The group was "interested in stealing credentials, maintaining access and gathering sensitive files from victim networks," a cybersecurity firm said.
"Saw unconscious bodies being DRAGGED out of the mosh pits while the show continued. Horrifying and heartbreaking," a person tweeted.
Many commenters wrote that the homeowner did the right thing by exercising caution and turning the couple away.
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Mutlaq bin Majed al-Qahtani pointed to what happened when Al-Qaeda used Afghanistan as a base to plot the September 11 terror attacks on the U.S.
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The store owner is considering offering a reward to individuals who have information about the identities of the alleged suspects.
"These properties are not publicized out of security and privacy concerns, and not out of secrecy or an attempt to hide them," the palace said in a statement.
"If you can't maintain your own ships, you are not in full control of them," Malcolm Turnbull said of the deal between Australia and the U.S.