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ICYMI – Royal funeral and news from Reuters

Starting with Reuters-related news, last week we announced the appointment of Alessandra Galloni as the new Editor-in-Chief, the first female editor-in-chief in Reuters 170-year history. Later in the week we also unveiled our new Reuters.com which has been redesigned for better user experience and content discoverability.

Special invitation: Next week, we’re hosting a webinar with our Sports editorial leads on how we’re covering the Tokyo Games. Find out what we’re planning for video, live, text and pictures, and how to leverage all the content and delight your audiences. Register

Also, Queen Elizabeth bade farewell to Prince Philip at a funeral on Saturday highlighted his seven decades of service to the crown and the military. The funeral also gave grandsons William and Harry the chance for a family reunion for the first time since aftermath of the Harry and Meghan interview.

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The funeral of Prince Philip

Photo gallery of Prince Philip’s funeral proceedings. Britain’s Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth, died at the age of 99, in Windsor, Britain.

Protest in the aftermath of the death of 13-year-old-boy Adam Toledo

Protesters demonstrate in the intersection of Milwaukee and Kedzie Avenues near Logan Square Park.

Table Mountain wildfire threatens University of Cape Town

A wildfire on the slopes of Table Mountain forced University of Cape Town students to evacuate on Sunday, as runaway flames set several campus buildings ablaze and firefighters used helicopters to water-bomb the area.

Covid vaccines reach Rio’s crime-ridden Rocinha favela

Armed with medical cases carrying vaccines, syringes and sanitising gel, the vaccination team roams through the shantytown’s narrow alleyways to vaccinate the elderly and the most vulnerable.