Prince Charles opens Virtual Highland Games 2020 in Braemar Aberdeenshire

Prince Charles, 71, was on hand to raise the standard as a small group gathered on August 29 to compete behind closed doors in a pared-back version of the Braemar Highland Games, in Aberdeenshire.
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FactCheck: were ‘mass hysterectomies’ performed on detainees at a US immigration centre?
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Police are called to a funeral wake in a pub garden
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