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  1. No Surprise: Pince Charles to Succeed Queen ElizabethRead the original story

    Sunday | KAAL-TV Austin

    ... to reinvigorate a disparate group that represents 2.4 billion people living in 53 countries, from giant India to tiny Tuvalu. The next summit, in 2020, will be held in Rwanda, which was never a British colony but has been persuaded to join the ...

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  2. No surprise: Charles to succeed queen as Commonwealth headRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | The Japan Times

    ... to reinvigorate a disparate group that represents 2.4 billion people living in 53 countries, from giant India to tiny Tuvalu. The next summit, in 2020, will be held in Rwanda, which was never a British colony but has been persuaded to join the ...

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  3. Queen Elizabeth Publicly Supports Prince Charles for the First Time...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | Yahoo!

    ... country - often multiple times - over her 66-year-reign. Leaders from countries ranging from vast India to tiny Tuvalu will spend two days meeting in London and at Windsor Castle. Their agenda includes protecting the world's oceans and helping small ...

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  4. Queen tips Prince Charles to follow her as Commonwealth headRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | Sun-Star

    ... country - often multiple times - over her 66-year-reign. Leaders from countries ranging from vast India to tiny Tuvalu will spend two days meeting in London and at Windsor Castle. Their agenda includes protecting the world's oceans and helping small ...

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  5. Queen taps Prince Charles to follow her as Commonwealth headRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    ... country - often multiple times - over her 66-year-reign. Leaders from countries ranging from vast India to tiny Tuvalu will spend two days meeting in London and at Windsor Castle. Their agenda includes protecting the world's oceans and helping small ...

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  6. Queen Elizabeth backs Prince Charles to follow her as Commonwealth headRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | Fox News

    ... every member country - often multiple times - over her 66-year-reign. Leaders from countries from vast India to tiny Tuvalu will spend two days meeting in London and at Windsor Castle west of the city. The agenda includes protecting the world's ...

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  7. Queen backs Prince Charles to follow her as head of CommonwealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | CBC News

    ... every member country - often multiple times - over her 66-year reign. Leaders from countries from vast India to tiny Tuvalu will spend two days meeting in London and at Windsor Castle west of the city. The agenda includes protecting the world's ...

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  8. Queen to welcome Commonwealth leaders as group seeks missionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | Telegram

    The flags of more than 50 nations are flying outside Buckingham Palace as Queen Elizabeth II prepares to welcome leaders from the Commonwealth, an international club with an eclectic membership, an identity problem and an uncertain future. The Commonwealth, an association of the U.K. and its former colonies, includes 53 countries, from populous India to tiny Tuvalu, held together loosely by historic ties, the English language and affection for the queen, who turns 92 on Saturday and has no designated successor as head of the group.

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  9. Queen welcomes Commonwealth leaders as group seeks a missionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    ... Commonwealth, an association of the U.K. and its former colonies, includes 53 countries, from populous India to tiny Tuvalu, held together loosely by historic ties, the English language and affection for the queen, who turns 92 on Saturday and has ...

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  10. Tiny Pacific Island Nation Awards Duke and Duchess of Cambridge its Highest HonorRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2017 | MLive.com

    It's the fourth smallest nation in the world, it's rapidly sinking due to rising sea levels, and it's just awarded the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge its highest possible honor: the Tuvalu Order of Merit. The huge honor recognizes their efforts to raise awareness of climate change, and to mark their visit to Tuvalu back in 2012.

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  11. Want to go off the radar? Go to the least-visited countries in the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2017 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    If you've never heard of Tuvalu, it's probably because it's in danger of being wiped off the map by rising sea levels. Kiwis are an intrepid bunch, according to new research , but there's some places off our radar.

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  12. Tourist free! The least-visited countries in the world revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... United Nations World Tourism Organisation's 2017 report, only 1,000 people ventured to the South Pacific paradise of Tuvalu last year, making it the least-visited country in the world. Here, MailOnline presents the rest of the 15 nations that ...

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  13. The least-visited countries in the world revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | Mail on Sunday

    ... hidden Caribbean islands to little-known ancient realms Only 1,000 people ventured to the South Pacific paradise of Tuvalu last year, making it the least-visited of all And apparently, such places do exist. According to the United Nations World ...

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  14. Accreditation planRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Kiribati Vice-President Kourabi Nenem, Chief Justice Anthony Gates, US ambassador Judith Cefkin and Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum cut the cake during the United States of America's Independence Day celebrations last night THE University of the South Pacific could soon become a United States of America accredited education institution, says US ambassador to Fiji Judith Cefkin. "Adding to the American Resources Centres which have operated for some time in Fiji and in Tonga, we have established new centres in Kiribati and Tuvalu," she said.

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