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After a difficult year for Britain, with so much news coverage devoted to Brexit, it was a nice relief to see some positive news in the form of the birth of Baby Sussex (who's now known as Archie). He is the son of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, and was born at 5:26 on the 6th May in London's Portland Hospital. His full name is Archie Harrison Mountbatten - Windsor. The couple shared the news on Instagram with an image of Queen Elizabeth and Megan's mother Doria Ragland, meeting their newest great - grandson. BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond said there was a "strong indication" that Archie won't be brought up as a formal 'royal'. Harry and Meghan Markle have made it very clear  that they plan to break tradition and raise their son away from the spotlight, so as to give him the most ‘normal’ upbringing possible, possibly even in South Africa, where Harry's uncle, the Earl of Spencer, lives.  
From: Barnes
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By Oliver, Sydney and Raphael On the 7th of February 2019, Emeliano Sala's body was recovered and identified. After the news had spread, Chelsea's German defender, Antonio Rudiger quoted the following: "Heartbreaking to hear the news about Emeliano Sala. Rest in peace! Thoughts to go out to the family and friends of Emeliano and the pilot." Sala had just joined Premier League side Cardiff City for £15m when the private jet he was on disappeared from radar. It was also carrying pilot David Ibbotson. This happened on 21 January. After three days of searching, crews of search men decided to give up. Sala's family pleaded them to keep on searching but they had already made their minds up so a privately funded search began. A woman later found a blue cushion on a beach in France's Cotentin Peninsula beach and recognised that it was a backrest of a seat, thought to be from Sala's plane. The plane was eventually found 63 metres under the sea.
From: Barnes
 Things are not looking good for tennis,or Serena Williams. Wimbledon chairman Philip Brook said Serena Williams' meltdown in the U.S. Open final was 'not a good look for tennis' though he insists it would never happen at the All England Club. Serena was convinced that sexism was the cause of her loss to Naomi Osaka in New York, where she directed remarkable fury towards chair umpire Carlos Ramos.The 37-year-old American tennis superstar claimed women are treated differently to men after she received a series of strikes at a match. Seeking a 24th grand slam, Williams was initially outraged at receiving a scalding for coaching, insisting she had not taken guidance from her coach. She then picked up a point penalty for racquet abuse before shouting at Ramos, resulting in a game being docked for verbal abuse. She called the umpire a "thief" and a "liar."  Apparently, sexism isn't the only bad experience Serena has faced, from mocking her opening up about her experience of motherhood, to criticism of her behavior following her US Open defeat last month. Many people say the reaction to her behaviour has been notably sexist, with some referring to her as a 'spoilt brat' and 'classless'.