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I'm a normal teenager, but I do go to star-studded events. On Friday night, I attended a wonderful evening with the world-renowned punk/rock fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood, with my mum Gillian McKeith and my sister Skylar. This evening left quite an impression on me.
Last Friday I went to Ealing, a London suburb, with a friend, to a very normal residential street to deliver two letters with one of the most basic requests any human being could make: for a son to be allowed to meet his father.
Here are the five things you need to know on Tuesday 17 June 2014... 1) TALKING TO TEHRAN The rise of al Qaeda offshoot Isis
Assange must be pressing his tongue masochistically hard into the inside of his bottom lip, gurning with angry, frustrated groans at his own idiocy in failing to make it to South America proper but rather getting trapped in a glorified office building in West London. Edward Snowden could be dancing the Sanjuanito along La Costa by now, enjoying a well-deserved break from an undignified international manhunt.
Demonstrators protested outside the US Embassy in London after assailants fired rockets at a refugee camp for an Iranian
YouTube has been banned in Afghanistan to prevent the viewing of a US-made film that sparked an attack on the US Embassy
The US ambassador to Libya and three other embassy staff have been killed in a rocket attack in the eastern city of Benghazi
A British embassy convoy has been attacked in the east Libyan city of Benghazi. The Foreign Office said all staff were accounted