Duchess of Cambridge laughs at ICAP brokers’ appearance

Prince William and his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, attended the 23rd ICAP annual Charity Day in the City of London and even tried to complete as much trade as possible.

Every year, the global brokerage firm donate a day’s revenue and commissions to charity, while its staff is dressed up to complete their trades.

Gods Poseidon and Athena romp through the streets of Cambridge (pics + vid)

The people in the city center of Cambridge were befuddled as Poseidon and Athena took to the streets as part of a campaign to get children interested in history. When the gods aren’t sightseeing around Cambridge, they perform at the Cambridge Arts Theater as hosts for two shows from the Horrible Histories series where they portray Groovy Greeks.

66 actors undertake ambitious reading of Homer’s ‘Iliad’ (vid)

66 actors undertook the ambitious reading of the Iliad thanks to Cambridge classics professor Simon Goldhill. More than 50,000 people watched online as the ambitious reading took place on August 14 in front of live audiences at the British Museum. Now, the project can be enjoyed at Almeida’s website until September 21, 2016.

Ground control to Major…Yanis: ‘I think, from space, borders are absurd’

Ex-FinMin Yanis Varoufakis referred to refugee crisis, while appearing on a a panel on the BBC’s Question Time program.

Asked if the UK should accept more refugees, the duel citizen — Greek and Australian — answered that we were all economic immigrants, and according to anthropologists, we came from Africa.

Analyst: Both PKK and AKP want HDP to be weakened

The Middle Eastern Studies Center of top-ranking Harvard University hosted Turkish journalist-author Cengiz Çandar last week. Çandar spoke in the seminar "Understanding and Misunderstanding Turkey and the Middle East," with American academics bombarding Çandar with questions to unravel the dramatic changes in Turkey since the June 7 election.

New British Royal Baby Named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

Britain's newborn princess has been named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Prince William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, have announced.

Kensington Palace said on Twitter the couple were "delighted" to announce the baby will be known as: "Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge," SkyNews reported.

Britain's baby princess named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

Britain's new princess has been named as Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Kensington Palace said on its Twitter account on May 4, a choice of names that honours the baby's late grandmother Princess Diana and her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
The daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate will be known as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, the palace said.