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Britain's Prince George was to celebrate his first birthday on Tuesday with a party fit for a future king as his parents thanked well-wishers the world over for their support.
Billionaire James Packer, one of Australia's richest men, on Tuesday announced he was setting up a philanthropic foundation to give away Aus$200-million (US$188-million).

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City of Johannesburg officials are hoping newly established bicycle lanes will help reduce traffic congestion, and encourage cycling as an alternate form of transportation.
US regulators warned against ingesting pure powdered caffeine, which is being sold in bulk over the Internet and is known to have killed at least one teenager.

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