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From: St Osmunds
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
Richard Slocock is legally blind and only has peripheral vision after losing his sight two years ago due to macular dystrophy. But this has not stopped him from becoming the number one paraclimber in the UK after winning many international and national competitions. Richard needs someone to guide him and advise were to place his feet and hands. But I think we can all agree that this climber is very talented to be able to climb even though he is visually impaired. The climber's achievements don't end there though; he has recently been rated  as one of the best climbers in the world. "I love climbing more than anything, if I could just give up work and climb every day and train every day I really would," said Richard. He is part of Team GB and came fourth in the world cup in France last year, in June. "It really comes down to not letting your disability define you, just push your way through it  and do what you love," he said.      
From: Barnes
Down in the sewers of Denmark a medieval sword has been dug out from the sewer's mud. The sword was from the 1300s and still seems to be awfully sharp and in super condition. The sword was covered in human waste and no one is really sure how it got there. Archaeologists think that the sword belonged to a magnificent warrior, from the 1300s. At the time, the swords were really expensive so only people from a royal family could afford to have one. It is going to be displayed in the Nordjyllands history museum in Aalborg, Denmark. The sword weighed about 2 pounds, and the sword was pushed and shoved so deeply in the sewers' mud that it was not noticed till now.  
From: Barnes
A huge tropical ocean storm struck Kalija only a few weeks ago yet the impact of the winds and waves are monstrous. The death toll was 30 people, which is small considering the amount of buildings toppled. The coastline is relying on help from navy crews from India. Over one million people were saved and are now in hospitals recovering. Traders have lost their businesses as the rivers and sea have flooded so their future hangs in the balance. Electricity has been cut from many houses and offices. Apparently,the power infrastructure was severely damaged and this was responsible for about 50 percent of the people who died. This tragic event is not the fist of its kind. India had a terribly damaging cyclone that hit them in 2007 called Cyclone Yemyin and one in 2018 called Cyclone Gaja.