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Queen Elizabeth attends UK cabinet meet, scripts history
London: Queen Elizabeth II Tuesday scripted history when she attended a cabinet meeting at the prime minister's residence in 10 Downing Street, becoming the first British monarch since 1781 to do so.
US tab on Khamenei 'Facebook page'
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Iraq President suffers stroke, stable
BAGHDAD: Iraq President Jalal Talabani has been hospitalized in Baghdad after suffering a stroke and is now stable, a spokesman for the PM said Tuesday.
UK cop held for calling 3 Asians 'Pakis'
London: British detective Darren Sonnar of Mauritian descent was arrested for calling three Asian-origin women "Pakis", The Sun reported Tuesday.