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Home where Charles and Camilla ‘conducted affair’ on sale

The country home where Prince Charles allegedly conducted his affair with then Camilla Parker Bowles is on sale for £3.75m.

Bolehyde Manor, near to Chippenham in Wiltshire, is an 11-bedroom country pile complete with tennis court, swimming pool, stables and three cottages in the grounds.

It’s also where Camilla lived with husband Andrew Parker Bowles – and where Prince Charles was said to visit her when Parker Bowles was out of town.

The Manor was last on sale in 2011, when it was reported the Duchess of Cambridge’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, were interested in buying it.

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Amazing Scania RV Has Three Bedrooms With Garage And Posh Interior

Luxury living on the road.

This amazing machine isn’t so much a cool motorhome as it is a bonkers luxury touring bus befit for a straight-up rock star. The front is recognizable as a Scania R480 cab-over truck, meaning this is strictly a European offering. Behind that truck, however, is a custom-built aluminum home that boasts multiple bedrooms, a full bathroom, and even a garage with a workshop.

We came upon this amazing RV from VAEX The Truck Traders on Facebook. The company is based in the Netherlands and currently has this rig for sale, though a price isn’t mentioned.

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Quarantine bottlenecks add to woes of returning Filipinos

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — When his cruise ship sailed into Manila Bay after weeks of voyaging like a castaway amid port closures set off by the global pandemic, Erick Arenas felt he was finally home.

But the 34-year-old dance performer of the Ovation of the Seas saw an ominous sign even before he can set foot on homeland. An array of the world’s best-known cruise ships was waiting at anchor off the Philippine capital to drop off thousands of Filipino crew members like him who were displaced across the world by the contagion.

“I thought I was on my final

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Death toll from attack on Kabul maternity clinic rises to 24

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Officials on Wednesday raised the death toll from a militant attack on a maternity hospital in Kabul to 24, including mothers, nurses and two babies. A day after the shooting rampage, 20 infants were under medical observation, lying swaddled in blankets in hospital cribs.

Militants had stormed the hospital Tuesday, setting off an hours-long shootout with police. As the gunfight raged, Afghan security forces carried out babies and frantic mothers. The clinic in Dashti Barchi, a mostly Shiite neighborhood in Afghanistan’s capital, is supported by international aid group Doctors Without Borders.

One woman gave birth as

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