Huge crowds gathered in central London to witness the queen being taken from the palace to parliament as artillery guns fired salutes and Big Ben tolled, the latest in a series of poignant ceremonies as the nation mourns the queen who died last week aged 96 after seven decades on the throne.
The former Prince Charles is not the only one getting used to having “King” in his title all of a sudden.
King Charles arrived in Northern Ireland to a welcome from hundreds of well-wishers on Tuesday as he lead the mourning for Queen Elizabeth across the United Kingdom before his mother's coffin is flown to London for four days of lying in state.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi voiced his sincere condolences in the name of Egypt and its people to the royal family, the British government and people over the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning monarch of Britain, at the age of 96.
The American Revolution officially ended when representatives of the United States, Great Britain, Spain and France signed the Treaty of Paris on September 3, 1783.
Archaeologists in Britain reburied the ruins of a sprawling ancient Roman villa discovered in the United Kingdom.
The Suez Crisis began when Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal on July 26, 1956.
So far, metal detectorists have discovered 11 coins in a remote area of cultivated fields in Norfolk.
A new study revealed that some of the first humans in Britain lived in Kent 620,000 years ago.
The tombs contained high-quality funerary goods, indicating that the site was the last resting place of a wealthy Anglo-Saxon community.
The representatives of the British companies voiced their desire and willingness to cooperate with the Egyptian Ministry of Transport in different domains of transport.
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Although warplanes were a relatively new invention, the race for air supremacy began during World War I.
On January 18, 1919, heads of state met to begin long and complex negotiations that officially declared the end of World War I, in Paris, France.
According to the American New York Times website, Catherine de Medici used this method in 1570.
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The exhibition will take visitors on a journey to the past, revealing the close relations between Austria and the Arab world in general, and Austria’s relations with Egypt in particular.
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