US lawmakers may change September 11 law after rejecting veto

In this July 26, 2005 file photo, foreign tourists and a local cyclist go by the Atomic Bomb Dome at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. A bill passed by Congress allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi government has reinforced to some in the Arab world a long-held view that the US only demands justice for its own victims of terrorism, despite decades of controversial US interventions around the world. (AP)

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‘Pop!’ Princess Charlotte’s first word in public as she spots the balloons at a children’s party in Canada after Kate helps her with her cardigan – while big brother George rides a miniature pony

It was the day Charlotte and George stole the royal show in Canada.

As the young prince displayed his bubble-making skills at a children’s party, his baby sister upstaged him by not only uttering her first word in public but also performing her first walkabout.

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