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Duchess Kate launches project to build online photo 'portrait' of Britain under COVID-19

USATODAY.com Thursday, 7 May 2020
Together with Britain's National Portrait Gallery, Duchess Kate is seeking touching photos that portray the country during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Duchess Catherine is teaming up with the National Portrait Gallery to launch a photography project to "capture the spirit of the nation" during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge mourning dog's death [Video]

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge mourning dog's death

Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge are mourning the death of their beloved dog Lupo.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge discuss experiences of parenthood [Video]

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge discuss experiences of parenthood

The Duke of Cambridge has voiced concerns about fathers who “just don’t knowwhat to do” during a chat with men whose parenting skills have been supportedby a charity. William said he worried some fathers “don’t know where to go”for help, as he and Kate spoke to the group who have attended fatherhoodcourses run by Future Men, a London-based charity providing guidance to menand boys. The duchess has made championing the early years development ofchildren one of the main pillars of her public work and the results of herlandmark national survey about the issue are expected in the coming days.

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Prince William, Duchess Kate mourn death of dog Lupo, who was 'at the heart of our family'

Prince William and Duchess Kate are mourning the passing of their "dear dog" Lupo, who died last weekend. The black cocker spaniel was 9.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton's Dog Lupo is Dead

Prince William and Kate Middleton's beloved dog, Lupo, has died ... a dog that was responsible for choosing the name of the future King of England. The couple..
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Urs of Hazrat Syed Mohammad Janbaz Wali celebrated with religious zeal in Baramulla [Video]

Urs of Hazrat Syed Mohammad Janbaz Wali celebrated with religious zeal in Baramulla

Devotees of the Kashmir valley celebrated annual Urs of renowned Sufi saint Hazrat Syed Mohammad Janbaz Wali with full religious zeal and fervour. The shrine is situated in Khanpora area of Baramulla. Large numbers of devotees flocked to the shrine to offer prayers and to recite holy Quran. The district administration has issued Covid guidelines under which this festival or Urs was celebrated.

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Covid-19: Arrivals in England to be able to cut quarantine if they pay for test

People arriving in England can end their self-isolation with a negative test taken after five days.
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Covid: Explaining the effect of the pandemic for young carers

Thomas, 16, is a carer for both his parents and caught coronavirus earlier this year.
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Cuomo Cancels Thanksgiving Plans [Video]

Cuomo Cancels Thanksgiving Plans

Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will not be having Thanksgiving dinner with his 89-year-old mother and two of his three daughters, contrary to what he alluded to a radio interview on Monday. "The story is, my mom is going to come up and two of my girls. But the plans change," Cuomo told WAMC radio. However, later on Monday, a senior adviser for Cuomo told Insider the dinner will be off "given the current circumstances with COVID.

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