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RT America 13 Jan 2020

Queen agrees to royal family 'breakup'

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Following a meeting of the royal family, Queen Elizabeth II said she gives her full support for Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle to begin living independently in Canada. Hilary Fordwich, president of Strelmark LLC, discusses if this move hurts the British people and monarchy. Then Scottie Nell Hughes brings up a controversial topic: Who really is Prince Harry's biological father?


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Harry and Meghan joined the rest of the royal family for their final public royal appearance before stepping down.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn't take part in the Queen's procession through Westminster Abbey at the start of the Commonwealth Service.

After just under two years since Harry married Meghan, the couple will leave royal life behind to move to North America.

Sky's royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills reports.
Harry and Meghan joined the rest of the royal family for their final public royal appearance before stepping down.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn't take part in the Queen's procession through Westminster Abbey at the start of the Commonwealth Service.

After just under two years since Harry married Meghan, the couple will leave royal life behind to move to North America.

Sky's royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills reports.
Two princes and many people close to the royal family have been detained for allegedly planning to overthrow the king.
The conviction of the only man found guilty of the 1988 Lockerbie aircraft bombing has been referred for an appeal to Scotland's High Court of Justiciary.
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission said on Wednesday the family of Libyan intelligence officer Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, who died in 2012, could instruct an appeal over his conviction for the attack on Pam Am flight 103, which was blown up over the Scottish town of Lockerbie in December 1988 en route from London to New York.
Al-Megrahi, who denied being involved, died in Libya in 2012 after being released three years earlier by Scotland's government on compassionate grounds following a diagnosis of terminal cancer.

Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports.

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