Charles III is proclaimed king. “I will follow the example” of Elizabeth II
The event was broadcast on television for the first time. Charles III was proclaimed King of England this Saturday at St. James in London. The ceremony began at 10 am, and the monarch was accompanied by his successor, William, and his wife, Camilla. “It is a great consolation for me
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Queen Elizabeth II’s body will be taken to Edinburgh church
The so-called Princess Vigil will soon begin. According to the latest information revealed by the international press, the body of Queen Elizabeth II is due in the next few hours to go to the Cathedral of St. Giles in Edinburgh. Apparently, people close to royalty and family members must be
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Charles III is the third king with this name in British history
Charles is the third king of that name in British history and those who preceded him do not bring back good memories. One led the country to become a republic, another tried to create an absolute monarchy. Charles III. This is the name of the new monarch whose name was
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King Charles III speaks and promises to serve the people of the United Kingdom
  King Charles III promises to continue the mother’s role. In his first intervention this afternoon as monarch, Charles III promised to serve the people of the United Kingdom for the rest of his life. In a message to the country and the Commonwealth, the monarch remembered his mother, Elizabeth
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Royal family announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II
The English Royal Family announced this Thursday that Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom and head of the Commonwealth, has died. His son succeeds him, Prince Carlos. In the morning, Buckingham Palace issued a statement indicating that the monarch had been placed under medical supervision. “, said a short
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Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, 1989
On November 9, 1989, thousands of jubilant Germans brought down the most visible symbol of division at the heart of Europe—the Berlin Wall. For two generations, the Wall was the physical representation of the Iron Curtain, and East German border guards had standing shoot-to-kill orders against those who tried to
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Ukraine: Six months of a war that changed the world
In addition to death and destruction on a scale yet to be determined, the war that broke out on February 24 has disrupted the world distribution of grain, of which Ukraine and Russia are major producers, raising fears of a global food crisis. The war has also exposed many countries’
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How did the middle class live in Pompeii until the city was buried by the volcano Vesuvius? Discoveries in Italy help answer
The Archaeological Site of Pompeii, in Italy, announced today the discovery of several typical “middle-class” dwellings with closets full of objects that had been closed since the eruption of the Vesuvius volcano that devastated the city two millennia ago. The director of the archaeological site, Gabriel Zuchtriegel, explained in a
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United Kingdom celebrates the 40th anniversary of the “liberation” of the Falklands
The United Kingdom declared the 40th anniversary of the “liberation” of the Falklands, an archipelago of the South Atlantic controlled by the United Kingdom after an armed confrontation with Argentina that left marks. “Forty years ago (…) the British forces liberated the Falklands. We fought bravely to defend or direct
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Queen Elizabeth II’s Jubilee Celebrations Begin This Thursday
The celebrations for the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II’s reign begin this Thursday with the Queen’s Birthday Parade. More than 1200 military personnel will participate in the parade. The Platinum Jubilee celebrations conclude on Sunday with a royal family lunch. The parade that marks the start of the Queen’s Platinum
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