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Minister: now going to church should be a bit easier
It will be allowed to hold services in church, as long as safety precautions adopted by Latvian government on 7 May are complied with. This is includes the limit on 25 simultaneous participants and other requirements kept in place for the state of emergency, said Latvian Justice Minister Jānis Bordāns in an interview to Latvijas Radio.
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People in Portsoy celebrate VE Day.
It’s a letter which sums up all the contrasting emotions of those who were married, but forced to live apart, when Britain celebrated the end of the Second World War. There’s a heartfelt tone to the correspondence which was sent by Mary Ann (Molly) McKenzie from her family home in Aberdeen on VE Day....
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Prince William and Kate Middleton share a throwback snap of the Queen as they celebrate VE Day
8.40am. Billboards at Piccadilly Circus, London, will screen VE Day advertisements. 10.10am. The world-famous Red Arrows will fly over London, while RAF Typhoons will soar over Edinburgh, Cardiff and Bristol in magnificent displays. 11am. BBC1 will air The Nation Remembers.
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Britain marks VE Day 75 years on: Country prepares for lockdown celebrations
7am In the past few months in Britain the most draconian wartime measures have been relaxed. It's now possible to buy a large map, to have a radio in your car and to release a racing pigeon without notifying the police. The Board of Trade announced yesterday that until the end of May 'you may buy....
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Marc Betts
A motorcyle dealerships is offering key workers the use of new electric motorcyles during the coronavirus lockdown. A teacher has found online fame from as far as America after creating a series of online lessons to help her students learn during the coronavirus lockdown.
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Mozambique: Annual May catholic pilgrimage to take place without ...
The annual May pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Namaacha, the main Catholic pilgrimage in Mozambique, will take place without pilgrims due to Covid-19, the Mozambican catholic church said on Thursday. Only the bishops will participate in the celebration to avoid the spread of the....
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How East Anglia celebrated VE Day
“The day was one of tense expectation, when everyone lived from hour to hour for the next bulletin. Radio sets worked overtime; constructive plans were impossible and there was a certain amount of diffidence as to who would make the first sign that the great moment had arrived, until temerarious....
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Basingstoke VE Day: How did Britain celebrate 75 years ago?
The news so many had been longing to hear was finally announced on May 8, 1945 after six years the war was over. Victory in Europe was declared, the German Army had surrendered. The official announcement came at 3pm, when prime minister Winston Churchill broadcast to the nation.
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How did Suffolk celebrate VE Day 75 years ago?
It’s hard to imagine exactly how people must have felt on Tuesday, May 8, 1945, when it was confirmed the Nazis had admitted defeat and years of aggression were over. Euphoria, of course, but also sadness because friends and family had never lived to see this day.
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29 more deaths from Covid-19 along with 137 new cases
A business group is calling for the next programme for government to include funding for local authorities to help kickstart economies in towns and villages across the country. Businesses on the west coast have been hit the hardest due to the Covid-19; Farmers received up to 123 million euro in social-welfare payments last year.
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Poignant VE Day memories from those who celebrated and those who fought in WW2
Today marks the 75th anniversary of Britain's Victory in Europe, marking the start of the end of World War Two. The country took to the streets to celebrate the end of years of fighting, bombings and death. Those who were there share their special memories of VE Day. Marion Parry, 78, of Aberdare, Wales.
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