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Royal Navy tightens recruitment rules on tattoos

royal navy tightens recruitment rules on tattoos
While sailors for centuries have enjoyed getting tattoos to mark their sea going adventures, military chiefs say any artwork that depict politics, violence or drugs will now rule out their Navy..
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The poorest nation in the Pacific will host its richest economic get-together, and it could descend into a dash for cash

the poorest nation in the pacific will host its richest economic get-together, and it could descend into a dash for cash
· This weekend, 21 world leaders will make their way to Papua New Guinea for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, an event marked by controversy and questionable fashion photo ops. ·..
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Inter Services T20 2012 Launches At Lord's [Video]Inter Services T20 2012 Launches At Lord's  07:32

Inter Services T20 2012 Launches At Lord's - ahead of the Inter Services T20 competition, which takes place on 19th June, Cricket World catches up with players, administrators and stakeholders to talk..

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Tower of London Moat Lit With 10,000 Torches To Honor Those Who Died In WWI [Video]Tower of London Moat Lit With 10,000 Torches To Honor Those Who Died In WWI  00:39

Business Insider reported that the moat outside the Tower of London was lit up with 10,000 torches Sunday night to honor those killed in World War I. The moving ceremony will continue every night..

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Russia's Submarines Worry U.S. Navy With New Capabilities [Video]Russia's Submarines Worry U.S. Navy With New Capabilities  00:40

Business Insider reports that NATO naval officials have repeatedly warned about Russia's submarines. It is a force they say is more sophisticated and active. US Navy officials have said several times..

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South Asia Newsline - Oct 01, 2018: (Episode) [Video]South Asia Newsline - Oct 01, 2018: (Episode)  14:50

-India,U zbekistan sign 17 agreements to boost bilateral ties -Sindhi activists oppose construction of dams on Indus River by Pakistan -Citizenship dialogue held in Afghan capital Kabul to solve..

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The UK Is Planning To Send 800 Troops To The Arctic [Video]The UK Is Planning To Send 800 Troops To The Arctic  00:34

According to Business Insider, the UK is sending troops to the Arctic to demonstrate to the Russians that they’re there. Britain's defense secretary says the UK plans to boost its military presence..

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Man finds 1930s vinyl recording of uncle on eBay [Video]Man finds 1930s vinyl recording of uncle on eBay  01:52

The family of a hero sailor who died in one of the greatest tragedies of WWII have heard his voice from beyond the grave for the first time in decades after recordings emerged - on eBay. Robert Terence..

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Family heirlooms stolen in burglary

An elderly woman returned home following the death of her husband to find she had been burgled. Among the items stolen were jewellery from her late husband, ruby rings which belonged to her late..
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HMS Duncan docks in Belfast for Armistice Day

One of the Royal Navy’s most advanced warships has arrived in Belfast to mark Armistice Day in the city.
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Windows XP? Pfff! Parts of the Royal Navy are running Win ME


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Boss of Royal Navy aircraft carrier construction project describes vessel as '65,000 ton Airfix model'

Bosses refused to say how much the project would run over budget.
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As Charles turns 70, work continues on Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier named after heir to throne 

as charles turns 70, work continues on royal navy's new aircraft carrier named after heir to throne 
The 65,000-ton behemoth has been taking shape at Rosyth Dockyard in Fife over the past four years and is being built in the record-breaking design of the £3.1 billion HMS Queen Elizabeth
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90 servicemen and women from the Army, RAF and Royal Navy to parade through Lincoln for Armistice 100

90 servicemen and women from the army, raf and royal navy to parade through lincoln for armistice 100
It will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War
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Photos show British sailors on secret WWII mission to Antarctica

photos show british sailors on secret wwii mission to antarctica
Operation Tabarin, which lasted form 1943-1945, was a Royal Navy wartime expedition to reassert British sovereignty in Antarctica and to deny access to enemy ships and submarines.
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Ministry of Defence accused of 'failing to save First World War submarines from looters' 

ministry of defence accused of 'failing to save first world war submarines from looters' 
An investigation into grave robbing from three Royal Navy vessels on which dozens of sailors died in Dutch waters has revealed where the stolen artefacts are being stored. British Ministers wrote a..
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Royal Navy carry out controlled explosion on suspected bomb at Irvine beach

royal navy carry out controlled explosion on suspected bomb at irvine beach
The device is one of a number of ordnances found in the area in recent months.
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Royal Navy commander who slapped female colleague's bottom cleared of sexual assault

royal navy commander who slapped female colleague's bottom cleared of sexual assault
Commander Steven Heap (pictured) claimed he had slapped a female officer's behind at the Christmas party in Hampshire as 'a joke', comparing it to a 'childhood prank'. He was cleared of sexual assault.
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Royal Navy Commander drunkenly slapped colleague's bottom so hard at base Christmas party he left it sore, military court hears


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Why Cornish town will get special salute from a Royal Navy warship

why cornish town will get special salute from a royal navy warship
The Plymouth-based frigate HMS Montrose is Fowey's adopted ship and is leaving to become the Royal Navy’s first permanently-based ship in the Gulf as part of the UK’s commitment to security in the..
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