Prince Harry was moved under guard to a secure location during a Taliban attack on Camp Bastion, the base where he is deployed in Afghanistan.
A French court is set to rule Tuesday on whether to ban the resale of photos of Prince William's wife Catherine sunbathing topless, after the British royal family sought an injunction.
Britain's royal family said on Sunday it would seek legal damages from French magazine Closer as it tries to prevent the spread of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine.
Marina Berlusconi, the daughter of Italy's former prime minister and the head of publishing house Mondadori, on Sunday defended the publication of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine.
Britain's royal family takes to the courts Monday to try to stop the spread of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine, but an Italian magazine plans to devote 26 pages to the grainy snaps.
The British press rushed to the defence of Prince William's wife Catherine on Saturday after grainy topless pictures of her were printed in a French gossip magazine.
Prince William's wife Catherine on Saturday faced growing embarrassment over topless photos after an Italian magazine said it would follow its French sister publication in printing them.
Insurgents armed with guns and rockets stormed a heavily fortified air field in Afghanistan, killing two US Marines and damaging aircraft in a major security breach at the camp where Prince Harry is deployed.
Prince William and his wife Catherine reacted with fury after a French magazine published topless photos of her, saying it raised the spectre of press harassment of William's mother Diana.
Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine were "saddened" by a French magazine's claims it would publish topless photos of her.
Dozens of bouquets of flowers, posters and cards were left at the gates of Kensington Palace on Friday as Princess Diana was remembered on the 15th anniversary of her death.
Princess Diana's death 15 years ago this week made the British monarchy more attuned to their own image and changed forever the way the young royals behave to their subjects, royal watchers say.
Thailand on Wednesday said a Thai-born US citizen jailed for insulting the kingdom's revered monarch had been granted a royal pardon, in a move welcomed by the US.
Kazakh businessman Timur Kuanyshev was invited to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
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