Police said the teenagers were being questioned after an incident at a synagogue in Colleyville ended with an armed British national dead.
The prince's legal team has argued that he "inherited a security risk at birth, for life" and there were threats to his family.
The girl's parents said it was "the most devastating week" of their lives when they found out about their daughter's diagnosis.
A spokesperson for Cleethorpes Wildlife Rescue told Newsweek the seal "put up a good fight to protect itself when we got him."
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office has apologized to Queen Elizabeth II over parties held No.10 during lockdown.
The lawsuit argues Meta should pay its 44 million British users compensation for taking all their personal and private data between 2015 and 2019.
Matthew Langley was found in a "pitiable state" by paramedics following an emergency 999 call in the early hours of June 2, 2020.
After holding Aras Amiri for months, Iran sentenced her in 2019 to 10 years in prison on charges of spying on cultural activities in Iran.
Johnson apologized for the first time Wednesday, acknowledging attending the event for the first time.
The model projects that the number of daily reported cases in the U.S. will peak at 1.2 million by January 19 and will then fall sharply.
Windsor has ramped up security with a no-fly zone around the world's oldest occupied castle.
"How can he lead the country through these difficult times, get people to follow public health advice, if he has so flagrantly breached the rules?" asked a Labour Party official.
Judge Paul Watson told Tom Rodwell during sentencing: "You are a callous, unfeeling sexual predator whose only concern is for your own gratification."
"Pushy little Princess Pinocchio tried her utmost to cancel me," the former British TV host said.
The sister also admitted she had also paid for her brother's master's degree.
The fossilized remains of a 33-foot-long ichthyosaur, an extinct marine reptile, were uncovered in the U.K.
Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, 56, confirmed any such move could be viewed an act of war.
A double-vaccinated nurse in the U.K. credits an experimental treatment, including a large dose of Viagra, for saving her life after she got the disease.
The baby, Hannah Stibbles, is thought to be the smallest premature baby to have been born in the United Kingdom for 20 years.
Anti-racism protesters were acquitted Wednesday after being charged with throwing a statue of Edward Colston into Bristol Harbor.
Angela Morey said her son's eye "looked like it was going to explode" after he caught COVID before Christmas.
The high school in England has said that the author's views on transgender people do not "align" with those of the school.
52-year-old Andrew Pugh thought he was a "hero" for not getting vaccinated, but now says other people "don't want to end up like me" after he was admitted to intensive care.
Saja Ali, from northwestern England, said getting COVID "really, really bad" changed her mind about getting vaccinated.
A spokesman for the prime minister said the U.K.'s current COVID-19 restrictions are sufficient despite positive cases and hospitalization numbers spiking.
November was the busiest month for English Channel crossings, with 6,869 people making the voyage. On November 11 alone, 1,185 people crossed using 33 boats.
The five powers, who also are permanent members of the UN Security Council, recommitted to never targeting other states with nuclear weapons
The prime minister urged people to follow current protocols, including wearing face coverings and providing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that while he doesn't like requiring masks for students, "we won't keep them on a day more than is necessary."
"In short, we panicked," wrote the infectious disease expert in his new book.