Papua New Guinea Headlines

  • Meghan's father says UK's Prince Harry told him to 'give Donald Trump a chance'

    LONDON (Reuters) - Thomas Markle, the father of Meghan, said her new husband Prince Harry told him to give U.S. President Donald Trump a chance and that he had an open mind about Britain's exit from the European Union.

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  • Meghan's father says Prince Harry told him to give Trump a chance

    LONDON (Reuters) - Thomas Markle, the father of Britain's newest royal Meghan, said her new husband Prince Harry told him to give U.S. President Donald Trump a chance and that he had an open mind about Britain's exit from the European Union.

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  • Meghan's father sorry to have missed wedding to Britain's Prince Harry

    LONDON (Reuters) - Thomas Markle, the father of Britain's newest royal Meghan, has spoken of his regret that he wasn't well enough to walk his daughter down the aisle as she married Prince Harry, but said he was pleased that Harry's father Charles was able to step in.

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  • Meghan's father sorry to have missed wedding to Britain's Prince Harry

    LONDON (Reuters) - Thomas Markle, the father of Britain's newest royal Meghan, has spoken of his regret that he wasn't well enough to walk his daughter down the aisle as she married Prince Harry, but said he was pleased that Harry's father Charles was able to step in.

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  • State of emergency declared in Papua New Guinea after riots

    Prime minister Peter O’Neill declares nine-month state of emergency and suspends a provincial government after riots in Southern Highlands last week Papua New Guinea has declared a state of emergency, suspended a provincial government and is sending armed forces to its rugged highlands to restore order after rioters went on a rampage of looting and burning, the government said. Violence has often ravaged the remote interior of the resource-rich Pacific nation, where tribal and land disputes...

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  • Papua New Guinea declares state of emergency over riots

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Papua New Guinea has declared a state of emergency, suspended a provincial government and is sending armed forces to its rugged highlands to restore order after rioters went on a rampage of looting and burning, the government said.

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