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January 26, 2006
LONDON -- Prince Harry, the third in line to the British throne, will join one of the army's oldest and most prestigious units, making him eligible for service in Iraq, the Ministry of Defense said yesterday. Prince Harry, 21, will serve in the Blues and Royals regiment of the venerable Household Cavalry, which has been deployed to Iraq. The regiment is the one most closely associated with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry's grandmother. "It's fair to say that if his squadron goes to Iraq, he will probably go with it," a ministry spokesman said on condition of anonymity.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | July 14, 2009
In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the gang at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry enters the molten thick of adolescence. Director David Yates and screenwriter Steve Kloves reward them with a film that bubbles and pops with humor and feeling. It flows like fast-moving lava to a climax filled with pyrotechnics. And for once in a summer blockbuster, the fireworks are both emotional and physical. The movie leaves you sated, yet wanting more - just what you want from a series with two entries left to go. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince would be a first-rate fantasy even if the audience weren't invested in the fortunes of boy wizard Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe)
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By Todd Richissin and Todd Richissin,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | January 14, 2005
LONDON - Prince Harry, No. 3 in line to the British throne and No. 1 royal target of the country's tabloids, has been called a lot of things in recent years: a pothead, a drunk, a brawler, a thug, a posh rebel without a clue. He must be thinking those were the good ol' days. Yesterday, Britain's newspapers, television stations and radio talk shows were all about "Harry the Nazi," after the prince, 20, somehow thought it a good idea to dress in a Nazi uniform at a private costume party with 250 guests - and one of the other partiers thought it a good idea to snap a picture of him and sell it to Britain's largest-selling daily newspaper.
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By Tina Susman and Julian E. Barnes and Tina Susman and Julian E. Barnes,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 17, 2007
Baghdad -- The military said yesterday that it had detained people believed to be "directly linked" to a weekend assault in which attackers ambushed two Humvees, killing four U.S. soldiers and their Iraqi translator, and leaving three others missing and presumed captured. Yesterday, the commander of the region where the attack occurred, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch, offered details of the ambush that portrayed the attackers as coordinated, swift and brutally effective. Lynch said the eight troops in two Humvees were attacked after they had set up a position, guarded by rolls of razor wire, near a crater caused by previous bombs.
NEWS
August 8, 1994
Jackson leads march for liberation on tape"Jackson the liberator should have come a bit earlier," one Hungarian said as pop star Michael Jackson took on a music video role freeing Eastern Europe from Soviet domination.Witnesses at yesterday's filming said Mr. Jackson led marching troops amid a shower of confetti and the cheers of spectators.On Saturday, Mr. Jackson and his bride, the former Lisa Marie Presley, distributed toys Saturday in two children's hospitals. The trip is their first public appearance together since Elvis Presley's daughter revealed last week that they had married secretly several months ago.Millions coming to royal sonsThe sons of Prince Charles and his estranged wife, Princess Diana, will share $7.5 million on their 21st birthdays and $12.3 million more on their 40th birthdays, a British newspaper reported yesterday.
NEWS
January 20, 2005
Recovery homes help many people better their lives The recent murders in an alcohol/drug recovery home in Remington have pointed media attention at halfway houses and recovery homes ("Triple homicide brings attention to city's unlicensed group homes," Jan. 12). This attention, although understandable, is very unfair. Most of these houses are providing an extremely important service that makes our communities safer and more stable. One of the biggest factors in determining whether a person in recovery makes it for the long term is whether he or she has a safe, sober place to live.
NEWS
January 14, 2005
NATIONAL Denfense rests in abouse case The defense for Spc. Charles Graner Jr. rested its case yesterday without the accused ringleader of abuses at the Abu Ghraib prison taking the stand. The jury of four Army officers and six senior enlisted men is expected to begin deliberating after closing arguments today. [Page 3a] FBI computer overhaul The Federal Bureau of Investigation is on the verge of scrapping major parts of a $170 million computer overhaul that is considered critical to the campaign against terrorism but has been riddled with problems, officials acknowledged yesterday.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | September 5, 1997
LONDON -- There will be no drums, no bugles.There will be only a few soldiers. There will be people in wheelchairs.And pop star Elton John will sing a song to a princess, "Goodbye England's rose."These are the unique touches being prepared for tomorrow's funeral for Diana, Princess of Wales.The details were announced yesterday as Britain's royal family was forced to shatter one long-held tradition after another in the face of public demand and resentment.A restless British public demanded from its royal family more displays of grief -- and support -- for the late princess, killed Sunday in a Paris car crash.
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By Tina Susman and Julian E. Barnes and Tina Susman and Julian E. Barnes,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 17, 2007
Baghdad -- The military said yesterday that it had detained people believed to be "directly linked" to a weekend assault in which attackers ambushed two Humvees, killing four U.S. soldiers and their Iraqi translator, and leaving three others missing and presumed captured. Yesterday, the commander of the region where the attack occurred, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch, offered details of the ambush that portrayed the attackers as coordinated, swift and brutally effective. Lynch said the eight troops in two Humvees were attacked after they had set up a position, guarded by rolls of razor wire, near a crater caused by previous bombs.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | September 6, 2001
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - In this medieval town overlooking the North Sea, residents have watched Bill Clinton tee off on the Old Course, Clint Eastwood savor a drink in a bar and Sean Connery wander down the cobble-stoned streets. A different kind of celebrity will arrive later this month. The question is whether residents will react when the most famous college freshman in the kingdom, Prince William, second in line to the British throne, shows up for orientation week at the University of St. Andrews.
NEWS
January 26, 2006
LONDON -- Prince Harry, the third in line to the British throne, will join one of the army's oldest and most prestigious units, making him eligible for service in Iraq, the Ministry of Defense said yesterday. Prince Harry, 21, will serve in the Blues and Royals regiment of the venerable Household Cavalry, which has been deployed to Iraq. The regiment is the one most closely associated with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry's grandmother. "It's fair to say that if his squadron goes to Iraq, he will probably go with it," a ministry spokesman said on condition of anonymity.
NEWS
January 20, 2005
Recovery homes help many people better their lives The recent murders in an alcohol/drug recovery home in Remington have pointed media attention at halfway houses and recovery homes ("Triple homicide brings attention to city's unlicensed group homes," Jan. 12). This attention, although understandable, is very unfair. Most of these houses are providing an extremely important service that makes our communities safer and more stable. One of the biggest factors in determining whether a person in recovery makes it for the long term is whether he or she has a safe, sober place to live.
NEWS
January 14, 2005
NATIONAL Denfense rests in abouse case The defense for Spc. Charles Graner Jr. rested its case yesterday without the accused ringleader of abuses at the Abu Ghraib prison taking the stand. The jury of four Army officers and six senior enlisted men is expected to begin deliberating after closing arguments today. [Page 3a] FBI computer overhaul The Federal Bureau of Investigation is on the verge of scrapping major parts of a $170 million computer overhaul that is considered critical to the campaign against terrorism but has been riddled with problems, officials acknowledged yesterday.
NEWS
By Todd Richissin and Todd Richissin,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | January 14, 2005
LONDON - Prince Harry, No. 3 in line to the British throne and No. 1 royal target of the country's tabloids, has been called a lot of things in recent years: a pothead, a drunk, a brawler, a thug, a posh rebel without a clue. He must be thinking those were the good ol' days. Yesterday, Britain's newspapers, television stations and radio talk shows were all about "Harry the Nazi," after the prince, 20, somehow thought it a good idea to dress in a Nazi uniform at a private costume party with 250 guests - and one of the other partiers thought it a good idea to snap a picture of him and sell it to Britain's largest-selling daily newspaper.
NEWS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | September 6, 2001
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - In this medieval town overlooking the North Sea, residents have watched Bill Clinton tee off on the Old Course, Clint Eastwood savor a drink in a bar and Sean Connery wander down the cobble-stoned streets. A different kind of celebrity will arrive later this month. The question is whether residents will react when the most famous college freshman in the kingdom, Prince William, second in line to the British throne, shows up for orientation week at the University of St. Andrews.
NEWS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | September 5, 1997
LONDON -- There will be no drums, no bugles.There will be only a few soldiers. There will be people in wheelchairs.And pop star Elton John will sing a song to a princess, "Goodbye England's rose."These are the unique touches being prepared for tomorrow's funeral for Diana, Princess of Wales.The details were announced yesterday as Britain's royal family was forced to shatter one long-held tradition after another in the face of public demand and resentment.A restless British public demanded from its royal family more displays of grief -- and support -- for the late princess, killed Sunday in a Paris car crash.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | July 14, 2009
In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the gang at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry enters the molten thick of adolescence. Director David Yates and screenwriter Steve Kloves reward them with a film that bubbles and pops with humor and feeling. It flows like fast-moving lava to a climax filled with pyrotechnics. And for once in a summer blockbuster, the fireworks are both emotional and physical. The movie leaves you sated, yet wanting more - just what you want from a series with two entries left to go. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince would be a first-rate fantasy even if the audience weren't invested in the fortunes of boy wizard Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe)
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By Luke Broadwater | June 16, 2011
On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. Articles  • I'm sure that's not all he asked : Porn actress says Weiner asked her to lie. ( AP )  • Downright Orwellian:  Obama claims Libya war is not a war. ( NY Times)   • Sometimes, I really like lawmakers: Lawmakers sue Obama over illegal Libya war. ( Politico )
NEWS
August 8, 1994
Jackson leads march for liberation on tape"Jackson the liberator should have come a bit earlier," one Hungarian said as pop star Michael Jackson took on a music video role freeing Eastern Europe from Soviet domination.Witnesses at yesterday's filming said Mr. Jackson led marching troops amid a shower of confetti and the cheers of spectators.On Saturday, Mr. Jackson and his bride, the former Lisa Marie Presley, distributed toys Saturday in two children's hospitals. The trip is their first public appearance together since Elvis Presley's daughter revealed last week that they had married secretly several months ago.Millions coming to royal sonsThe sons of Prince Charles and his estranged wife, Princess Diana, will share $7.5 million on their 21st birthdays and $12.3 million more on their 40th birthdays, a British newspaper reported yesterday.
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