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18/11/2007 - 23:27

UK today 18 nov 2008 - Editoweb

Diamond wedding celebrations for royals - Jemima joins Pakistan protest - Diseases could cost farmers more - Lifeline For England, Heartbreak For Scots In Euro Football - OPEC summit ends in division over weak dollar.



Diamond wedding celebrations for royals
Celebrations will begin on Sunday evening to mark the diamond wedding anniversary of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. The Prince of Wales is hosting a party for his parents at Clarence House, with more than 20 close members of the Royal Family to attend.
Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and Princes William and Harry will be among those toasting the couple's 60-year milestone at the black tie do.

Jemima joins Pakistan protest
Jemima Khan joined hordes of protesters outside the Pakistan High Commission in London to call for an end to the state of emergency and the release of all political prisoners.
Her ex-husband, the former Pakistan Cricket Captain Imran Khan, was arrested last week alongside thousands of other political opponents after President General Pervez Musharraf implemented the emergency measures on November 3.

Diseases could cost farmers more
Farmers could be asked to cover more of the financial burden of dealing with animal diseases, Environment Secretary Hilary Benn has signalled.
He said recent outbreaks of bird flu, bluetongue and foot-and-mouth highlighted the need to give the farming industry more of a say in dealing with such diseases. "That is the direction in which we want to move," he told ITV1's The Sunday Edition.

Lifeline For England, Heartbreak For Scots In Euro Football
An Israeli footballer has been hailed "King of England" after scoring the goal that boosted Steve McClaren's chances of getting his team into the Euro 2008 finals.
Substitute Omer Golan's injury-time shot secured a 2-1 victory over Russia in a crucial qualifier match in Tel Aviv.
A Russian win would have effectively wrecked England's chances.

OPEC summit ends in division over weak dollar
OPEC heads of state pledged to provide "adequate, timely and sufficient" oil supplies to the market at a meeting in Riyadh on Sunday, but the summit ended with a sharp political division over the weak dollar.
"We affirm our commitment ... to continue providing adequate, timely and sufficient oil to the world market," said the final declaration issued at the close of a summit held with oil at record levels of nearly $100 per barrel.

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