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Prince William and his longtime girlfriend were married on Friday morning at the Westminster Abbey in London (photo, from nytimes.com), a wedding that will shape the future of the British monarchy, some say. (more…)

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A week ago security researchers claimed they had found a hidden file on Apple’s iPhones and 3G iPads (photo, from nexus404.com) containing a record of everywhere the users had been. Some users were able to extract the data and plot it on maps.

Through an online question and answer document, Apple denied that the devices owners’ movements had been secretly recorded. (more…)

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Tibetans all around the world voted to elect the prime minister of their government-in-exile. The result of the elections held in March was announced on Wednesday in Dharamsala, India, where the Tibetan government-in-exile is based. (more…)

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After talks in Cairo, the Hamas and Fatah (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk), the party of Palestinian authority president Mahmoud Abbas, both agreed to form an interim government and fix a date for general elections. (more…)

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Whistleblower website Wikileaks obtained files published in US and European newspapers, which are assessments of all 780 prisoners ever held at Guantanamo Bay (photo, from bbcimg.co.uk). (more…)

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While fighting continues for a third day along the disputed border between Thailand and Cambodia (map, from bbcimg.co.uk), UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon has called on both countries to declare a ceasefire, arguing that military means could not resolve the dispute. (more…)

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In many countries the ground is very dry and the water reservoirs are much lower than usual. Europe and Australia are now worried that they might face the same wildfires which are still burning in the US (photo, from aljazeera.net) and Mexico. (more…)

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