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Federal prosecutors say that a minor noble called Prince Heinrich XIII was key to the plans to take over the country
By James Snell
Many Brits believe a modest rise in rates will push them into bankruptcy
And his biographies of great lives sparkle nicely
What will his country do now?
His power slips as British pols can’t stop touching the help
Britain’s PM survives a no-confidence vote but the Conservatives are in trouble
Ukrainians are growing angry as the Germans refuse to share their weapons
Soon to be run by a former policeman
Russia is on fire, but the expansionist impulse remains
As in Afghanistan, the Syrian state is being rebuilt on drugs and violence
Tunisia is sliding into tyranny
Living in a constant state of near-hysteria is taxing
It isn’t just Ukraine: African dictators are just fine with Russia killing for money
Vladimir Zhirinovsky wanted to bomb Washington and made Putin appear sane
The prime minister loves to play the victim even as he wins another big election
Germany’s stinginess is betraying Ukraine
Is Britain really ‘on the brink?’
Where will the war in Ukraine go next?
Hong Kong is now a police state
Shinzo Abe was Japan’s indispensable conservative
Down with the ‘Third World War’ doomsayers
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