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For the country's Supreme Court to hear an appeals case, it must be first recognized that the appeal concerns legal matters that are important to the larger public.
 

According to a Buckingham Palace announcement, Prince Andrew has lost his military titles and royal patronages, which have been restored to Queen Elizabeth as he faces a civil lawsuit in the U.S. related to Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender.

During an act for the 40th anniversary of the Malvinas Islands' war, British Defense Minister Wallace argued that London is determined to face the “thugs" who threaten its values. 

David Carrick, London Metropolitan Police officer, has been accused of nine new charges, including rape, facing a total of 29 charges of sexual abuse.

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"The question about whether there's going to be another variant that is even more transmissible and more infectious than Omicron, we don't know yet," scientist Pollock said.

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"The new information proves the warmongering of the United Kingdom, which persist denying our sovereignty over the Malvinas Islands due to geopolitical interests," Secretary Carmona said.

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The United Kingdom reports a hospital crisis as it hits a new daily record with 218,724 COVID-19 cases registered.

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Foreign Affairs Minister Ebrard laments that his legal team has not been able to enforce asylum in Mexico or any other country due to procedural reasons.

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The Mexican President urged Biden to respect the fundamental rights of the Australian activist, whom is accused of publishing the U.S. military wrongdoing in Iraq and Afghanistan wars. 

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