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Kate Middleton Wears Princess Diana's Tiara For The Ultimate Throwback Thursday Ensemble

This is a wonderful treasure passed throughout the decades to Queen Elizabeth, Princess Diana and the Duchess of Cambridge. "(Hence the alternate name of "Cambridge Lover's Knot.") The original Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara was later sold at auction at Christie's in Geneva in May 1981 for more than $747,000 in today's dollars to an anonymous buyer and is presumed to be in an unknown private collection".

First Major Lake Effect Snowfall Expected, Snow Squall Watch in Effect

The warning is in effect until 6 a.m. Saturday. Accumulations are expected to reach 4 to 8 inches Thursday; 6 to 11 inches Thursday night; 5 to 9 inches Friday; and 3 to 5 inches Friday night. For the latest News, Weather and Sports, tune into the TV6 News and FOX UP News. -Lake effect snow warning/advisories remain up for parts of central NY.

M Venkaiah Naidu pays respects to Jayalalithaa at Rajaji Hall

Amma's last rites were performed by her closest aide Sasikala Natarajan. A state funeral will be accorded to the departed leader at 4.30 PM today in Chennai . Thousands of supporters streamed into the sprawling campus of the Government Estate, where the body of J Jayalalithaa, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu , lay in state.

Jury foreman: 5 jurors were undecided on Slager verdict

His trial begins as another racially charged one ended Monday in a mistrial . Video of Judy Scott's comments has gone viral on the internet. But what's more telling, as Stewart said , is that "all the other white jurors were with us". Former patrolman, Slager, is charged with murder in the shooting death of Walter Scott previous year. "He may have delayed justice, but he did not escape it", Attorney Stewart said.

US Senate Hearing Examines the Proposed Deal between AT&T and Time Warner

Critics worry that the practice could turn AT&T into a powerful gatekeeper for consumers' content, he noted . But the FCC's involvement in this merger is unclear - the agency wouldn't have direct oversight power if the deal did not involve FCC licenses issued to Time Warner, and AT&T has yet to reveal whether it will dump such licenses from the transaction.

Syrian rebels lose more ground to regime forces in eastern Aleppo

Meanwhile, the Syrian regime benefits from the global preoccupation in the Aleppo battle to reinforce its pressure on Idlib, where people live under the fear of facing a fate similar to Aleppo after reports said Idlib would be the regime's next battle.

Austria's far-right Norbert Hofer concedes in election re-run

Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Germany's foreign minister said that the defeat of the right-wing candidate is a good sign against populism in Europe. The final result of Sunday's vote was expected by Tuesday at the latest. "The result is sure to be welcomed by establishment parties and officials in the EU". On Tuesday, Mr Hofer and other leading figures of his right-wing Freedom Party sought to put a good face on the loss - for Mr Hofer, the second in less than a year to Mr Van der Bellen .

British MPs To Vote On May's Brexit timetable

Mr Lidington, who was fulfilling Mrs May's duties while the Prime Minister attended the Gulf Co-Operation Council in Bahrain, told Mr Bone he had made "a good point". It's the second time in two months the premier has accepted a Labour motion by attaching her own caveats, after a similar call for more parliamentary scrutiny of Brexit was passed on October 12.

Michigan GOP elector launches website urging vote for Trump

President-elect Donald Trump speaks at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, North Carolina on December 6, 2016 during his USA Thank You Tour. This effort has been ongoing for a couple of weeks. The framers of the Constitution explicitly wanted the executive to be chosen from the broadest number of states possible. Yet that is exactly what the electors here have succumbed to: cabal, intrigue and corruption.

Shock resignation by New Zealand's Prime Minister

Bill English, the finance minister and deputy leader of the ruling centre-right National Party , announced his candidacy. SYDNEY-New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said Monday he would step down, likely ending the political career of one Asia-Pacific's longest-serving conservative leaders and a key USA ally in the region.

Ohio General Assembly approves "Heartbeat Bill", sends it to Kasich for signature

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear any further appeal. Women usually don't find out they're pregnant until four to seven weeks in - meaning the bill would most likely leave many women unable to get a safe, legal abortion in the state.

Syria's army tightens grip on key Aleppo district

The United States is discussing with Syrian rebels their surrender and evacuation from Aleppo, as Russian Federation on Tuesday threatened the imminent "elimination" of anyone who refuses to leave the city. United Nations special envoy Stefan de Mistura said last week he expected eastern Aleppo to fall to government forces by the end of December, without a negotiated settlement to end the four-year rebel occupation.

IS exploits rain, hits Iraqi militias west, south of Mosul

IS has largely failed to push back Iraqi troops, but its counterattacks have inflicted high casualties on both civilians and security forces alike and, in some cases, shaken morale. Commander of Federal Police Forces Lieutenant General Raed Shaker Jawdat told Arabic-language All Iraq News news agency on Sunday that Iraqi forces made the discovery in the town of Hammam al-Alil, situated about 30 kilometers south of Mosul, on Sunday.

Cost reductions, venue plans dominate Tokyo 2020 meetings

The total cost for this year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics also went over budget, with a final price tag of about US$12 billion. "The easiest way to express our budgetary objective is two words: no surprises", L.A. Eight-five percent of proposed venues either already exist or are planned with 80 percent of the facilities built since the 1984 Games. The call follows assurances from Garcetti that Trump's election as U.S.

Police in India Launch Investigation after Gang Rape of American Woman

After the Delhi Police spoke to the woman on Saturday, she filed a formal complaint through an email. A U.S. national has alleged that she was gang-raped by a guide and his friends at a five star hotel in Delhi when she visited India in April this year.

All-party committee recommends proportional voting system, referendum

Cullen said a "strange scenario" seems to be developing, with "the Bloc Quebecois, the Conservative party, the NDP and the Greens finding enough room for consensus to help the Liberals keep a Liberal promise and the Liberals not so interested in it anymore".

Trump's Pennsylvania lead shrinks as counties wrap up counts

A Pennsylvania court has scheduled a hearing for Monday morning in Harrisburg, the state capital. Trump supporters this week also took to the courts to prevent the start of similar recounts in MI and Pennsylvania, the two other states targeted for recounts by Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein.

Iraq forces gain ground northeast of Mosul

ISIL captured Mosul along with vast swathes of northern and western Iraq, in mid-2014. The city is the largest urban centre in Iraq still held by IS. We withdraw to avoid civilian losses and then regain control. The UN Assistance Mission for Iraq, which released its figures Thursday, said in a statement Saturday it had taken note of the Iraqi military's criticism and would not publish military casualty figures again unless they could be better substantiated.

Russia's Lavrov says hard to solve peace treaty issue with Japan

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, right, and Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, arrive to attend a news conference following their talks in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Dec. After his meeting with Putin, Kishida told reporters, "I firmly conveyed our country's position on the territorial issue and peace treaty talks to Putin, keeping in mind the president's coming Japan visit".

Europol announces 5 arrests in 'unprecedented' cybercrime op

The statement says German authorities estimated that in their country alone, financial losses - in the form of drained bank accounts and fraudulent credit card transactions - were more than $6 million. Around 20 different malware families were hosted by the botnet infrastructure, among which were Cerber, GozNym , Dridex, Matsnu , URLZone , XSWKit , Teslacrypt , Marcher and Pandabanker .

Putin wants Trump to be his ally in fighting terrorism

During his annual State of the Nation speech in Moscow, Mr Putin emphasised his eagerness to work with President-elect Donald Trump. He said Russian Federation was "counting on combining efforts with the United States to fight a real and not a fictional threat of global terrorism".

Sack-happy OH will try to disrupt WMU in MAC title game

Corey Davis caught 8 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown. It would be hard to believe that P.J. Fleck coaches his last game for Western Michigan at Ford Field in Detroit . Western Michigan has done all it can do. "We don't let the outside noise and pressure and different things really get in the way of the way that we operate each and every day", Terrell said.

EU immigration to UK hits record level at 284000

Nicola White, Head of International Migration Statistics at the ONS, said: "Net migration remains around record levels, but it is stable compared with recent years". The Conservative Party's aim of reducing net migration to below 100,000 has attracted intense controversy. The overall figure was comprised of 189,000 European Union migrants and 196,000 non-EU migrants.

Baltimore Police Search for Clues After 6 Shot, 2 Fatally

Commissioner Kevin Davis said there was a "mental health aspect" to this incident. "This is probably an act of retaliatory violence that we often speak about", Smith said. Police identified the officers involved as Officer Gary Brown and Officer Supreme Jones. In the video , you can hear officers repeatedly say, "Sir, put the knives down".

Australians critically ill after rare thunderstorm asthma

Nearly a third of patient who suffered asthma attacks on Monday reported never having asthma before. Ambulance Victoria emergency operations general manager Mick Stephenson said two people died in Melbourne's western suburbs after reporting respiratory symptoms.

BSF jawan injured in attack by infiltrators

Sharma, Director-General, BSF, said here on Wednesday. Reports said that the three militants were killed following a "heavy exchange of fire" with the Border Security Force (BSF). We had deployed depth nakas across the fence and hence we could detect and neutralise the three terrorists. "The tunnel was found in a field where farming is done and has soft soil", Mr.

Paul Nuttall replaces Nigel Farage as UKIP leader

Mr Nuttall took 9,622 votes, with Ms Evans getting 2,973 votes (19.3%) and Mr Rees-Evans third with 2,775 votes (18.1%). Mr Nuttall defeated former deputy chairwoman Suzanne Evans and former soldier John Rees-Evans. A spokesperson for Mr Nuttall said he had not taken "anything for granted" during the election campaign but had been buoyed by the backing of the London Assembly members, the Welsh Assembly and majority of MEPs.

For Trump, lots of meetings, Cabinet picks still coming

Conway suggested Trump's new posture is aimed at Republicans in Congress who have relentlessly investigated the former secretary of state, including whether classified information passed through her private email server and how she acted in connection with the deadly raid on the USA compound in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans.

Betsy DeVos, Philanthropist and School Voucher Activist, Nominated as Secretary of Education

As the ACLU pointed out in a statement earlier this week, " Betsy DeVos has ardently supported unlimited, unregulated growth of charter schools in MI, elevating for-profit schools with no consideration of the severe harm done to traditional public schools".

Anti-Park Protesters March in Seoul for 5th Straight Week

Park relayed her refusal through her lawyer Yoo Yeong-ha, who sent a text message to reporters in which he said his client could not meet prosecutors' demand for questioning by Tuesday. She has publicly apologised twice over the affair, but refuses to resign. The current president's approval rating, however, has fallen to as low as four percent recently - a record low for South Korea's elected presidents.