British PM Johnson denies claims he mocked Trump at NATO summit | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson labels as ‘complete nonsense’ accusations that he, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron mocked US President Donald Trump during a private conversation which was caught on camera at the NATO summit. The leaders were filmed at a Buckingham Palace reception apparently making fun of Trump’s lengthy media appearances at the summit. SOUNDBITE

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Cavill: ‘I live in the fantasy genre’

British actor Henry Cavill discusses his role in Netflix’s video game adaptation “The Witcher,” saying “I always wanted to bring things like this to to the screen.” (Dec. 4)

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‘Peace cannot be taken for granted’ says Johnson at NATO summit | AFP

The North Atlantic Council meeting gets underway at the NATO summit with British Prime Minister warning that ‘peace cannnot be taken for granted’ as divided members seek to put on a show of unity. SOUNDBITE

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Jens Stoltenberg welcome NATO leaders | AFP

Leaders shake hands with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the last day of the annual NATO summit in Watford. IMAGES

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Fears deepen for Iran hostage families amid unrest

Families of several U.S. and British people held in Iran expressed fear for their loved ones Tuesday amid the deadliest unrest in decades in the Islamic Republic. (Dec. 3)

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World leaders arrive at Downing Street ahead of NATO summit | AFP

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron arrive at London’s Downing Street for a meeting hosted by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ahead of a NATO summit. IMAGES

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On This Day: 3 December 1965

British rock legends The Who released their debut album, “My Generation,” in the U.K.. (Dec. 3)

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Malawi tobacco pressured as US butts in over labour abuses | AFP

Malawi’s minister of agriculture Kondwani Nankhumwa says all efforts are being taken to ensure the nation eradicates all forms of child labour, admitting the issue exists in some areas where tobacco is grown. Malawi is being forced to confront child and forced labour practices after the US restricted tobacco imports from the impoverished southeastern African nation over allegations workers including children were being exploited. The trouble began in late October. British law firm Leigh Day announced it was preparing a landmark class action case against British American Tobacco (BAT) on behalf of 2,000 Malawian farmers, including hundreds of children, for forced labour and poverty wages. The US suspended imports of tobacco from Malawi, saying it had information that reasonably indicated it was being produced using forced labour and forced child labour.

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Video shows UK stabbing suspect on London Bridge

Video posted on social media showed a man, suspected of stabbing several people, being wrestled to the ground by citizens before police shot him dead on London Bridge. British media report the suspect had links to Islamic extremist groups. (Nov. 29)

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Stabbing near London Bridge: police arrive at scene | AFP

Police and firefighters arrive at the scene of the knife attack at London Bridge, in the centre of the British capital. The Metropolitan Police report several people are injured. IMAGES

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Several stabbed near London Bridge; man detained

British police say several people have stabbed near to London Bridge, and a man has been detained. (Nov. 29)

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Today in History for November 28th

Ferdinand Magellan reaches the Pacific Ocean; British prime minister Margaret Thatcher resigns; Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is beaten to death; The Grand Ole Opry makes its radio debut; Comedian Jon Stewart born. (Nov. 28)

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Today in History for November 25th

Highlights of this day in history: President John F. Kennedy laid to rest at Arlington; New details emerge about Iran-Contra affair; British forces leave New York; Elian Gonzalez rescued off Florida coast; Baseball’s Joe DiMaggio born. (Nov. 25)

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Boris Johnson unveils Conservative manifesto, promises to ‘get Brexit done’ | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveils his Conservative Party’s manifesto, pledging to move on from Brexit. SOUNDBITE

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The British Royal Family | AFP Animé

Britain’s Prince Andrew to ‘step back from public duties’ after Epstein furore. Videographic presenting the British royal family. VIDEOGRAPHICS

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Britain’s political system | AFP Animé

Videographic on Britain’s political system. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will face each other in a televised debate on Tuesday ahead of a general election on December 12 dominated by Brexit.VIDEOGRAPHIC

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Colman: ‘I don’t blame’ the royals for not watching ‘The Crown’

Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter discuss playing real life British royals in the third season of “The Crown” and how the show is not trying to be a documentary. (Nov. 18)

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