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How the Queen's grandfather saved the life of Prince Phillip's father

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh have been married for 72 years After the First World War, much of Ottoman Empire territory was dispersed with the Treaty of Sevres resulted in a zone around the city of Smyrna (modern-day Izmir) given to the Kingdom of Greece. The leaders of the soon to be founded the Republic of Turkey launched conflict to take back some of the territory lost, led by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Prince Philip’s father Prince Andrew was in charge of part of the

Brexit bombshell: Four ministers could rebel and back new Dominic Grieve amendment

According to BBC Newsnight’s political editor, Nicholas Watt despite Mr Grieve failing in his amendment last week, the House of Lords backing a Lord Anderson amendment made the chances of Parliament going on the amendment a lot more likely. Parliament could be suspended in order to prevent MPs from blocking a no deal. Mr Watt explained: “Tonight I’ve learnt there are big discussions amongst big ministers about whether they should resign tomorrow. “It is to support a possible vote in Parliament

Hard-left Ocasio-Cortez under threat as 5th challenger launches bid for Congressional seat

Scherie Murray, a New York businessman who emigrated to the US from Jamaica aged 9, confirmed her intention to run for the seat as a Republican in next year’s contest. A total of four Republicans have announced bids for the GOP nomination so far: Former police officer John Cummings, journalist Ruth Papazian, construction contractor Miguel Hernandez and entrepreneur Antoine Tucker. Speaking to Fox News, Ms Murray said: “There is a crisis in Queens, and it’s called AOC, and instead of focusing on

‘Bullies’ and ‘terrorists’: Iranian Foreign Minister launches fierce anti-US tirade

As Newsweek reports, Mr Zarif, the chief negotiator to the nuclear deal, was in New York for a United Nations meeting. The former diplomat was under strict Visa restrictions which allowed him and his staff to visit just six blocks in the Big Apple. He said that the onus was not on Iran for renegotiation for the nuclear deal which the Trump administration pulled out from: "If you allow a bully to bully you into accepting one thing, you'll encourage him to bully you into accepting other things.”

War fears surge as US sends hundreds of troops to Saudi Arabia amid Iran tensions

CNN reports citing two defence officials that 500 troops will be sent to the Prince Sultan Air Base in Al Kharj, a closed-city. The base is located in a desert area east of Riyadh and is believed to be difficult for Tehran missiles to target. A formal announcement to Congress is expected to be made sometime next week. Jeffrey Lewis, director of the East Asia Nonproliferation Project, studied high-resolution satellite images taken at the base in June. He said: “A small encampment and constructio

Area 51 security risk: ISIS could be behind viral Facebook event warns intelligence expert

Thornton D. Barnes, who actually spent time on Area 51, in his time as an Army intelligent special, wrote a Fox News column to criticise would be protestors. Mr Barnes admitted there was a chance many signed up as a tongue-in-cheek joke, but questioned the source of the event: “In fact, how do those participating know who is behind this plan? How do they even know that the organisers are not connected to ISIS or some other adversary or enemy using them to disrupt or penetrate the national securi

Flying ants shock: Swarms of insects appear so HUGE on weather map they show up as 'rain'

The groups of the flying insects were so large they appeared on weather forecast maps looking like rain. Simon King, a BBC meteorologist said the ants were large enough and flying at such a certain height they were picked up by radar systems. Mr King explained: "We knew it was dry in the south of England, and yet the radar was showing this very light precipitation across the south. "You can tell it's not rainfall because it has that eerie look to it. It doesn't quite match what rainfall looks l

Lunar eclipse 2019: Stunning images show UK night's sky lit up in dazzling spectacle

The Lunar Eclipse was visible from parts of Britian A lunar eclipse happens when the Moon passes directly behind the Earth and moves into its shadow. Tonight’s eclipse was a partial one as only some section of the Moon’s vanished under the shadow and not all of it. Dr Morgan Hollis from the Royal Astronomical Society explained how to view the stunning sights: “You're looking for anywhere that has a low unobstructed horizon, no tall buildings and trees in the way. End of the world conspiracy: B

China taunts Donald Trump with bold claim most Americans ‘strongly oppose’ trade war

President Trump used Twitter to point out China’s second-quarter growth was the lowest it has been in 27 years. He later claimed that companies wanted to leave China as a result as a result of tariffs. Mr Trump wrote: "This is why China wants to make a deal with the U.S. and wishes it had not broken the original deal in the first place.” As Newsweek reports, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shaung has accused the POTUS of “entirely misleading” before telling reporters that Beijing was no

Elon Musk's girlfriend Grimes reveals bizarre eye surgery claim leaving experts baffled

Elon Musk and Grimes have been dating since last year The 31-year-old , born Claire Elise Boucher, made the startling revelation in a post to promote her collaboration with Adidas. The singer claims he made the polymer herself in a lab. Grimes described her training regime as a “360 approach” which involves 2-4 hours a day in a “deprivation tank” which she said allowed her to “astro-glide” to other dimensions after taking a plethora of supplements to “maximise the function of my mitochondria”.

Protestors vow to STORM House of Commons and Downing Street amid Area 51 row

Joke Facebook events to storm the House of Commons and Downing Street have popped up The first event “Storm Parliament they can’t stop us all” has 11,000 people registering themselves as going and a further 32,000 as interested. The details of the tongue-in-cheek event say: “Let’s storm the place!” 10.00pm on June 10, 2020, is the scheduled time for the event. Post on the event page appear to be lighthearted with one poster calling for chants of “fields of wheat” to be used in reference to out

Dan Walker: BBC star compared to Piers Morgan as he reveals his 80-year-old face

Dan Walker was compared to Piers Morgan after posting the result of his FaceApp challenge The BBC Breakfast host posted the image to his followers on Twitter. He wrote: “Thank you for all your suggestions for who I look like as an 80-year-old.” The tweet was accompanied by the shock and laughing-crying emojis. Comparisons to Gordon were rife with another posting: “Deffo Gordon.” Dan’s followers began discussing the people he looked similar too. Dan posted what he would look like aged 80 Oth

Queen Elizabeth shock: Balmoral staff forced to confront unwanted guests 'can't get rid!'

Royal commentator Adam Helliker told The Sun that servants are struggling to deal with a colony of pipistrelle bats that nest in the rafters. The Queen points them out to staff in the Aberdeenshire Castle so they can catch them with nets. Mr Heliker said: “When I checked last summer there were bats still there. “They can’t get rid of them. "Lots of the servants want to get rid of them as they defecate all over the place. “They are a protected species so they can’t move them. "You can’t move bat

Fears for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe intensify as she is moved to mental ward

Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in Tehran back in 2016 and jailed for five years after authorities accused of her spying. The dual British-Iranian citizen had been travelling to Iran to visit the family for Nowruz, Iranian New Year with then two year old daughter Gabriella. Members of the Revolutionary Guards arrested her at Imam Khomeini Airport as they attempted to return. An Iranian prosecutor said she was being held because she ran “a BBC Persian online journalism course which was aimed

Ursula von der Leyen admits no deal Brexit fears and claims UK cannot escape the backstop

Ursula von der Leyen is the President-elect of the European Commission The new President of the European Commission has recently had her appointment ratified by MEPs . The former German Minister of Defence will take up the role in November replacing Jean-Claude Juncker. As Sky News reported Ms von der Leyen said: “We should do everything not to have a hard Brexit." Despite this fear, the former physician ruled out further renegotiation which given the views of the two remaining candidates for

Disaster for Brexit? US issues stark threat that could torpedo trade deal with Britain

A post Brexit trade deal with the US may depend on Britain's Huawei policy There are concerns the telecommunications giant could share information with the Chinese government. This has sparked fierce debate on whether Huawei should be allowed to bid to provide equipment for the UK’s 5G network and the company had been hit with sanctions that prevents any trade with US firms. Founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei is a member of the ruling Chinese Communist Party and served in the People’s Liberation Army

Trump bombshell: Police think they know who was responsible for ambassador leak

Sir Kim resigned from his position as Britain’s ambassador in Washington after the documents were released. Counter-terrorism police began an investigation on Friday after the confidential communication was published by the Mail on Sunday. The Sunday Times reported citing a government source that a suspect has already been identified. The chances the leak came after a foreign government hack have been ruled out. GCHQ officials are believed to be assisting in the investigation. The Mail have pub

Robot wars! US Air Force to test unmanned fighter jet ‘Skyborg’ this summer

An artist's impression of what the Skyborg might look like once completed It is believed the test would involve autonomy algorithms and artificial intelligence . The Skyborg will be an unmanned autonomous fighter jet. Aviation Week reported the test was confirmed by spokeswoman Cara Bousie who said the test will be on a “small but representative, high-speed surrogate aircraft.” Trump bombshell: Police think they know who was responsible for leak The aim for the programme is for a combat-ready

Has Kate Middleton forgiven Meghan Markle? Body language expert makes shock claim

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton were at the final of the Wimbledon Women's Singles Judi James made the claim as the two royals were joined by Kate’s younger sister Pippa Middleton for the final of the Women’s Singles at the Wimbledon Championships. Kate is the patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and both Duchesses have been spotted at the competition this year. Speaking to The Sun, Ms James said: “Sitting Meghan in between Kate and Pippa looks like a very active attempt to b

Massive power cut strikes Manhattan in New York - MILLIONS affected

There has been a power cut in Manhattan The cut has been reported in parts of Midtown and Uptown Manhattan. MSNBC anchor Kendis Gibson tweeted that several broadcasts were interrupted with the outage. The station was saved by a back up generator but large parts of the New York borough are without electricity. The population of the economic hub is 1.6 million. The New York City Subway has confirmed the Metro has been hit, tweeting: “We're getting reports of power outages in station complexes t
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