The prince's lawyers argue that alleged victim, Giuffre "may suffer from false memories" and want to ask the witness about the "theory of false memories".
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Washington is looking 'critically at new fossil fuel infrastructure projects,' says State Department spokesperson, adding US is supportive of EuroAfrica and EuroAsia projects that are preparing the region for “clean energy transition.”
The facility will be built at a disused site at Dhekelia Garrison on island's eastern flank.
Announcement came the same day the United States released intelligence findings suggesting Russia is planning a sabotage operation to create a pretext to invade Ukraine.
The European Union is mobilising to help Ukraine deal with the cyberattack, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell says.
An amount of $5.5 million and 20 luxury cars were seized in an operation carried out at the request of the US, Russian domestic intelligence service says.
British PM Boris Johnson is now under growing pressure from some of his own lawmakers to quit after revelations of more social gatherings during Covid-19 lockdowns.
The attack on websites, including those of the cabinet and several ministries, came as tensions with the West and Russia continue to escalate.
Buckingham Palace announced Prince Andrew's dismissal from royal duties while a civil sex assault case looms.
Top diplomat Sergey Ryabkov says he can "neither confirm nor exclude" possibility of Russia deploying military assets to Cuba and Venezuela, a statement US rejects as "bluster in the public commentary."
Baku's diplomatic step will be crucial as the two nations share same roots, religion and speak same language, says Faiz Sucuoglu, PM of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
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