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Finland has no plans at present to join NATO: Foreign Minister

 Finland has no plans at present to join NATO, its foreign minister Pekka Haavisto said on Friday, amid heightened security tensions between Finland's giant neighbour Russia and Ukraine.

Queen Elizabeth announces knighthoods for Tony Blair, Covid-19 officials

The Queen personally appointed Blair as Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, the most senior order of knighthood.

Biden says he warned Putin of 'heavy price' over Ukraine

President Joe Biden said on Friday he told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that a move on Ukraine will draw sanctions and an increased U.S. presence in Europe, where tensions are high after Russia's military buildup at the border.

Dad of Windsor 'crossbow intruder' says something is 'horribly wrong' with him

The 19-year-old suspect's dad has spoken out after his son was detained under the Mental Health Act. The suspect sent a pre-recorded message saying he would try to assassinate the Queen

World economy to top $100 trillion in 2022 for first time: report

The world's economic output will exceed $100 trillion for the first time next year and it will take China a little longer than previously thought to overtake the United States as the No.1 economy, a report showed on Sunday.

UK's Queen Elizabeth cancels pre-Christmas lunch amid COVID

UK's Queen Elizabeth has reportedly cancelled her annual pre-Christmas lunch with her family as a 'precautionary' measure amid rising COVID-19 cases in the country.

Barbados becomes world's newest Republic, removes UK's Queen as head

The island nation of Barbados on Monday night officially removed Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state and became the world's newest Republic nation.

The Philosopher who laid the foundation of Modern Europe

A critical re-examination of over four centuries of work put forth Averroes at the highest pedestal of Aristotelian expression

UK to host G7 foreign and development ministers on December 10-12

The summit will address issues including economic resilience post-COVID-19, global health and human rights, Britain’s Foreign Office said in a statement.

Netherlands might impose partial lockdown as COVID-19 cases rise

A three-week partial lockdown is expected to start this week in the Netherlands after a recent rise in COVID-19 cases.

Changing Guard At Buckingham Palace: Prince Charles' Wife Camilla Steps Up

While 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II's eldest son and heir Prince Charles has been the one shouldering more of the monarchy's official duties for several years, his wife, Camilla, is increasingly stepping into the fray,

Queen Elizabeth Advised to Give Up Her Daily Martini, Will Only Enjoy Soft Drinks

Queen Elizabeth has been advised by her doctors to cut down on her intake of alcohol. The Queen, who is known to enjoy a drink often has been advised to forego her evening martini that she usually enjoys daily, Vanity Fair reported.

How COVID-19 could bring adverse complications for pregnant women

Assessing 2,471 women in the third trimester of their pregnancy, close to their delivery, researchers found "significant differences" for symptomatic covid positive patients including higher rates of gestational diabetes, lower white blood cell counts, and heavier bleeding during delivery, whilst respiratory complications were witnessed in their babies.

Climate change action on top of agenda for Denmark PM visit on Saturday

First State visit since ties frozen in 2010 over Kim Davy Purulia arms drop case

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