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Malaysia releases images of suspects in Palestinian killing

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Malaysia releases images of suspects in Palestinian killing

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysian police on Monday released images of two suspects in the killing of a Palestinian engineer and said they appeared to be European or Middle Eastern, fueling suspicion that the slaying was an Israeli assassination.


Pruitt promised polluters EPA will value their profits over American lives

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Pruitt promised polluters EPA will value their profits over American lives

President Trump listens to EPA Administrator Pruitt after announcing decision to withdraw from Paris Climate Agreement in the White House Rose Garden in Washington. TIME magazine announced last week that Trump’s EPA administrator Scott Pruitt is among their 100 most influential people of 2018.


Police probe Korean Air chairman's wife over abuse

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Police probe Korean Air chairman's wife over abuse

Seoul police on Monday launched a probe into whether the wife of Korean Air's chairman illegally abused employees -- the latest accusation against a powerful, wealthy family with members known for their tantrums. The hot-tempered clan landed in hot water earlier this month after chairman Cho Yang-ho's second daughter was accused of throwing water into an advertising agency manager's face in a fit of rage during a business meeting. The incident was dubbed "nut rage", prompting the sister's case to be described as "water rage".


Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge in hospital after going into labour – latest news

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Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge in hospital after going into labour – latest news

Duchess of Cambridge in labour and admitted to Lindo Wing Kate and husband Prince William do not know third child's sex Fifth-in-line Royal baby will be Queen's sixth great-grandchild What it's like inside the private wing of St Mary's Hospital How ​the Duchess's third baby changes the Royal family tree Royal baby name odds: runners, riders and rank outsiders The Duchess of Cambridge is in hospital after going into labour with her third child.  Kensington Palace announced that the Duchess was admitted to the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, in central London, on Monday morning. In a statement released shortly after 8.20am, Kensington Palace said the Duchess travelled to the hospital by car and was in the "early stages of labour". She is understood to have been taken to hospital before 6am. As the "Great Kate Wait" began, supporters adorned in Union Jacks gathered outside the hospital in excited anticipation. Royal watchers are expecting a swift delivery - Princess Charlotte was born just two hours and 34 minutes after the Duchess arrived at the Lindo Wing. The Duchess and her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, do not know if their new baby will be a boy or girl - opting to be surprised, as with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Predicted names include Alice, Alexandra, Elizabeth, Mary and Victoria for a girl and Arthur, Albert, Frederick, James and Philip for a boy. The baby will be fifth in line to the throne, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's sixth great-grandchild and a younger brother or sister for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The baby's title will be HRH Prince or Princess of Cambridge. Duchess of Cambridge goes into labour with third royal baby, in pictures The Duchess is being cared for by consultant obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston, who is the surgeon-gynaecologist to the household, and consultant gynaecologist Alan Farthing, the Queen's surgeon-gynaecologist - part of the trusted team who delivered George and Charlotte. Highly-trained midwives will also be on hand, while experts will be waiting in the wings in case of an emergency. For her previous births, Kate had a 23-strong team of top medics working or on standby. Royal Baby | Read more Once news of the birth has been announced on the official Kensington Palace Twitter and Instagram accounts, a bulletin notice declaring the birth will go on display on an easel in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace. The Duchess is likely to take an extended period off to recover and nurse the latest addition to her family, but is expected to attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding on May 19. Royal parenting: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, in pictures Stay with us for the latest updates 10:34AM How soon will we know the baby's name? The names given to royal babies are not usually revealed straight away, and the public is often left guessing for several days. William and Kate took two days to announce both George and Charlotte's names, informing the Queen of their choice beforehand. Mike and Zara Tindall used Twitter to unveil their daughter's name six days after she was born in 2014, with proud dad Mike tweeting: "For everyone who has asked what our daughter's name is, it's Mia Grace Tindall." When Princess Beatrice was born in 1988, it was two weeks before her name was known. In 1982, the Prince and Princess of Wales waited seven days before deciding upon and announcing Prince William's name. The Prince of Wales's name, however, remained a mystery for an entire month and was only declared ahead of his christening in the Music Room of Buckingham Palace in December 1948. 10:29AM Royal fans camped outside hospital for 15 days Excitement is building outside St Mary's Hospital, where some fans have been camped out for 15 days hoping for a glimpse of the Royal baby. The timing of the announcement, falling on St George's Day, added to the occasion for waiting royalists outside. John Loughrey, 63, who is part of a group who have been camped outside the hospital, said: "We are so pleased. We have been here for 15 days. "I'm so pleased it's St George's Day. St George himself would be very pleased if the baby's born today." John Loughrey (left) and Terry Hutt hold dolls outside the Lindo Wing  Credit: Dominic Lipinski /PA Mr Loughrey, from Streatham, south London, said he plans to celebrate the birth with English flags and a portion of fish and chips. "It doesn't matter if it's a boy or a girl as long as it's a healthy baby and a healthy mother," he said. "It's very good for our country and of course Her Majesty the Queen." Royal supporters wrapped in flags outside the Lindo Wing Credit: HENRY NICHOLLS /Reuters Another member of his group, 82-year-old Terry Hutt, also welcomed the news. "It's fantastic to have another newborn baby," said Mr Hutt, who turns 83 at the end of the month and was hoping to share his birthday with the new royal. "If they were born on my birthday, I would have got a birthday cake." Maria Scott, 46, from Newcastle, added: "I think it's going to be a boy and I think it's going to be quick." The group were talking in front of their make-shift camp, including royal memorabilia and a Union Flag tent. 10:24AM When will we see the Royal baby?   After the birth of Prince George, the Duchess left hospital the next day, while she left the hospital to go home on the same day after giving birth to Princess Charlotte. But the length of the Duchess's hospital stay this time around will be entirely down to how she is feeling, so there is no guarantee we will see the baby within 24 hours of its birth. The Duke and Duchess are expected to leave the Lindo Wing by the front door to give the waiting media the chance to take the photographs that will no doubt adorn the front pages of newspapers the next day. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London in 2015, with Princess Charlotte Credit:  Dominic Lipinski After the birth of Princess Charlotte, the Duke and Duchess spent the first nights of her life at Kensington Palace before driving north to their country home, Anmer Hall, on the Queen's Sandringham estate, where they were likely joined there by the Duchess's parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, who often stayed over to help look after Prince George. However, the family permanently relocated to Kensington Palace last year, after deciding Prince George should be schooled in London, so it's unlikely that they'll head back to Norfolk for a while. 10:17AM Duchess admitted to hospital before 6am It is understood the Duchess was taken to the private maternity unit of St Mary's hospital before 6am. When the Duchess was pregnant with Princess Charlotte, her labour began in similar circumstances, with Kate being admitted around the same time and her daughter born just two hours and 34 minutes later. 10:00AM Age-old custom behind announcing a Royal baby After the Queen, other members of the Royal family and the Middleton family have been told that the Duchess has given birth, the Royal communications team will email media organisations with the sex, weight and timing of the birth. Moments later, the news will be announced via Royal Twitter and Instagram accounts before a traditional paper announcement is placed on an easel outside Buckingham Palace. Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a daughter at 8.34am.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 2, 2015 The age-old custom of placing a paper proclamation for the public to see at the Queen's London residence took place when Prince George and Princess Charlotte were born. A brief formal announcement - on foolscap-sized paper set in a dark wooden frame - will be placed on an ornate golden easel on the forecourt of the Palace. An easel outside Buckingham Palace announces the birth of Princess Charlotte Credit: Steve Parsons /PA It will confirm the sex of the baby and the time of birth, but will give little else away, other than usually revealing that the baby has been "safely delivered" and mother and child are "doing well". It used to be hand-written, but is now typed. It will also be signed at the hospital by the doctors who tended to the duchess, and then ferried back to the Palace by car. 9:42AM All eyes on Lindo Wing as 'Great Kate Wait' gets under way Royal fans have begun gathering outside the Lindo Wing as the "Great Kate Wait" begins. Supporters decked out tents in Union Jacks and put up flags around the area outside the private unit. Royalist Terry Hut is adorned in Union Jacks as he waits outside the Lindo Wing Credit: Samir Hussein /WireImage Sharon McEwan is ready to welcome the third Royal baby Credit: Dominic Lipinski /PA Members of the media gather outside the Lindo Wing Credit: Kirsty O'Connor /PA 9:25AM Royal baby looks set to arrive on St George's Day If the Duchess of Cambridge gives birth by the end of the day as expected, the Royal baby will be born on St George's Day. The patron saint of England, St George is heralded for his honour, bravery and gallantry. Surrounded by myth, one legend tells of St George's defeat of a dragon. The Royal baby would also share their birthday with Lady Gabriella Windsor - the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, who was born at the Lindo Wing, where Kate is in labour, on April 23 in 1981. Famous names celebrating their birthdays on Monday include the model Gigi Hadid and actor John Hannah. The baby has just missed arriving on the Queen's 92nd birthday which was on Saturday. William and Kate are set to celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary on April 29, while Princess Charlotte turns three on May 2. 9:16AM Who will deliver the Royal baby? The medical team in charge of safely delivering Princess Charlotte was led by Guy Thorpe-Beeston, Surgeon Gynaecologist to the Royal Household. Mr Thorpe-Beeston, an obstetrician who specialises in high-risk pregnancies, has a private Harley Street practice and is a consultant at the Portland private hospital and at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in the NHS. A Cambridge graduate, he worked at King's College Hospital in London before becoming a consultant in foetal medicine at Chelsea and Westminster in 1996. A police officer stands outside the Lindo Wing on Monday morning  Credit: HENRY NICHOLLS /Reuters He was assisted by Alan Farthing, Surgeon Gynaecologist to the Queen, who was the fiance of the television presenter Jill Dando at the time of her murder in 1999, and has been part of the Queen's medical household since 2008. In 2014 Sir Marcus Setchell, the recently retired surgeon gynaecologist to the Queen who delivered Prince George, told BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour: “What happened in labour is an entirely private matter, but I do think there are certain situations when someone is giving birth that it’s important…to have a specialist…in the same room to deal with anything that’s immediately going to be wrong.” 9:08AM Will the Duchess of Cambridge have a natural birth? Both Prince George and Princess Charlotte are believed to have been born by a natural delivery, meaning the Duchess of Cambridge will presumably be planning to have a natural birth this time as well. In 2015, Pat O'Brien, a consultant obstetrician at University College Hospital, said that because of the speed with which the Princess Charlotte was delivered after the Duchess was admitted to hospital, it is likely that she went into labour naturally. From Princess Charlotte to the Queen: The Royal Family as toddlers through the ages He said: "The fact that she went into hospital at around 6am and had the baby by 8.34am would not imply that she was induced at all. "Second time labours tend to be quicker than first time labours. Everything tends to go faster. The dilation stage is quicker, the pushing stage is usually quicker and easier as well, and the baby comes out more quickly. You would expect it to be an easier labour anyway." 9:04AM Inside the £5,900-a-stay Lindo Wing The Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital, where the Duchess of Cambridge is due to give birth, is a private facility offering "world-class maternity care". Kate's first two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were born in the exclusive unit in Paddington, central London, as were their father, the Duke of Cambridge, and uncle, Prince Harry. William made his public debut with the Prince and Princess of Wales outside the hospital, wrapped in a white blanket and carried in Diana's arms, with Charles by her side. Only a handful of midwives and medical staff, led by consultant obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston, were in the delivery room to supervise Charlotte's birth but waiting in the wings were more than a dozen experts in case of emergencies. Theatre staff were on stand-by along with a lab technician, replacement anaesthetists and paediatricians - 23 in total - from Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, which runs St Mary's Hospital. Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, hold their newborn son George in July 2013 Credit:  Lefteris Pitarakis In the Lindo Wing, Kate will again be given a bespoke experience akin to a five-star hotel with en suite rooms available "providing a modern, homely environment in which to start your new or expanded family life", the unit's website states. Deluxe rooms and suites are also available. The latest price list, from July last year to March, states that a standard room package, including a one-night stay, costs from £5,900, while a deluxe package is £6,275 - with an extra night priced at more than £1,000 for both options. The price of a suite of two rooms, with one used as a living room, is available on application but five years ago it cost £6,265 for a one-night stay. With standard and deluxe care packages rising by around £1,000 since the birth of their first child, William and Kate could spend close to £7,500 for a suite. Each room has a satellite TV with major international channels, radio, bedside phone, fridge, free wi-fi and a choice of daily newspapers. All meals are freshly prepared in a dedicated kitchen and there is even an afternoon tea service, for parents to celebrate their new arrival, the website suggests. Royal baby | Inside the Lindo Wing The Lindo Wing's internationally renowned obstetric unit caters for complex pregnancies and deliveries as well as multiple births and it has the benefit of being based in an NHS hospital if further complications arise, including its facilities for premature babies in the Winnicott Baby Unit. In 2006, William visited the refurbished NHS neonatal unit at St Mary's, cradling two tiny premature babies - one weighing just 5lb. At the forefront of specialist care for premature babies, the Winnicott looks after some of the most critically ill newborns in the UK. It treats around 350 sick and premature babies from across the country each year, caring for up to 18 infants at a time. Diana returned to St Mary's in April 1997 - four months before her death in a Paris car crash - when she toured the paediatric intensive care unit, meeting poorly youngsters. 8:49AM Royal watchers expecting swift delivery of Duchess's third child With the baby on its way, press pens are now open outside the hospital as journalists, photographers and camera crews wait for confirmation of the baby's arrival. Royal watchers will be expecting a swift delivery. With George, the duchess gave birth 10-and-a-half hours after being admitted to hospital, but Charlotte was born just two hours and 34 minutes after Kate arrived at the Lindo Wing. The Lindo Wing on Monday morning Credit: Sky News Although it varies from woman to woman, some mothers report a speedier delivery third time around. For first-time mothers, active labour may take around eight hours and in a second labour around five hours, according to Babycentre.co.uk. Clare Livingstone, professional policy adviser at the Royal College of Midwives, said: "It will vary from one woman to another. Some women report a quicker labour with their third baby but not everyone. "It seems to be though that they do go more quickly. It's a very individual thing." It is not known how long the Duchess was in labour with George and Charlotte before she was admitted. Kate had a straightforward, natural birth with George and Charlotte with no complications.  8:33AM Duchess arrived at hospital by car and is in 'early stages of labour' Kensington Palace said in a statement at 8.22am: "Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London earlier this morning in the early stages of labour. "The Duchess travelled by car from Kensington Palace to the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital with The Duke of Cambridge." The Duchess of Cambridge pictured during her final public event before going on maternity leave Credit: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty