Sally Mugabe, the first lady of Zimbabwe, inspecting the Princess Royal's bouquet at the Savoy Hotel where they were guests at the Women of the Year Luncheon on 26 October 1981 (left), and Princess Anne and her fiance Captain Mark Phillips, in the Concorde 002 on 23 October 1973 … [Read more...] about The party’s been cancelled… but the celebrations have just begun! As Mike Tindall reveals mother-in-law Princess Anne’s birthday bash was called off due to Covid-19, FEMAIL looks back at some of her most memorable moments ahead of her 70th
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08:51 A Los Angeles court has ordered US family immigration detention centers must release more than 100 children over coronavirus fears. There are three such detention centers in Texas and Pennsylvania, two of which have had confirmed outbreaks. District Judge Dolly Gee said the facilities are at risk of becoming a massive health crisis despite the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency working to reduce the number of migrants behind bars. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: India cases surpass half a million
We have now heard from five sources that Judge Haji Rezai was involved in the political purges of 1983. We sit with A as he tells us what happened to his brothers, fairly typical of the leftwing students who were initially swept up in the revolution then witnessed their friends being killed as the Islamists turned on any opposition. Mohammad Hoshi's fiancee, aged 17, was arrested for having a flyer for a political party in her bag. He never saw her again. She was executed in prison. … [Read more...] about Death of a teenager
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Huge repatrition drive The German foreign ministry announced on Wednesday (March 25) that, together with tour operators, it had brought back more than 150,000 Germans from abroad. Tour operator TUI added that almost 95 percent of the tourists who were stranded because of the coronavirus pandemic are now back in Germany. They were mainly flown out from Egypt, Spain, Portugal and the Cape Verde Islands. … [Read more...] about TUI: Coronavirus causes huge losses for German travel giant