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Updated: 9th November 2019 11:57World News

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"Harry was really quite interested in how things were with second children," reveals an Army mom after a visit from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Cheering throngs mob Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as court rules he can remain free as he fights conviction. He poses a political threat to President Jair Bolsonaro.
A 44-year-old Scottish man went snorkeling off an island notorious for its shark attacks. His wife identified his body through his wedding ring.

The decision appears to cover former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and others convicted in cases arising from the sprawling “Car Wash” corruption investigation.
Liliana Segre, 89, who was sent to Auschwitz when she was 13, has said she receives about 200 anti-Semitic threats a day on social media.
Disinformation can bleed into the real world in violent ways. It happened in the French city of Bayonne.
The team launched a campaign to pressure FIFA to provide equal prize-money at World Cups ahead of the women’s tournament in France earlier this year.
The move is Iran's latest step away from its nuclear deal with world powers since Trump withdrew from the accord over a year ago.
At least nine members of the LeBaron family, including six children, were killed in the massacre, family members said. A probe has been launched into the murders.
Demonstrators continued to demand government reform nearly a week after Saad al-Hariri resigned as prime minister.
He was detained before appearing at a far-right conference over fears his "hate speech" could trigger violence, an official said.
The company's shares will be traded on Riyadh’s Tadawul stock exchange.
Loggers ambushed an indigenous group, shooting dead a young man. Amazon invasions have increased during Jair Bolsonaro's tenure as Brazil's president.
The group identified the new leader as Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi.
The launches followed statements of displeasure by top North Korean officials over the slow pace of nuclear negotiations.
A gas stove exploded on the train Thursday, causing the deadly blaze, officials said.
Primatologist Dian Fossey predicted the species would go extinct by 2000, but intense monitoring and care have given the great apes a second chance.
Bill passes third reading in the Commons, and now heads to the Lords, but political parties moved to an election footing as soon as the result was announced.
Saad al-Hariri stepped down after a Hezbollah-aligned group attacked protesters in Beirut.
Studies of leadership decapitation suggest groups like ISIS often find ways to survive.