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Prince plays biggest 'surprise' London concert yet

Prince has played his biggest surprise concert in London yet as he pursues his reinvention by fronting an all-girl band in a series of small concerts. After playing to a few hundred ecstatic fans in Camden over two nights last week, some 2,000 enthusiasts waited hours to see the superstar strut his stuff at the Shepherd's Bush Empire late Sunday. The last time Prince played a series of concerts in London, it was a 21-night residency at the 20,000-capacity O2 Arena in 2007.

Beyond Blackwater: Prince looks to resources in Africa

By Stephen Eisenhammer LONDON (Reuters) - After running one of the world's biggest and most controversial private military groups, Blackwater founder Erik Prince is starting a new venture providing logistics for oil and mining companies in remote and dangerous parts of Africa.

Guyanese born police officer dies in car crash

Patrick Prince, a Guyanese born New York Police Department (NYPD) officer died after he lost control of his vehicle that slammed into a tree on Thursday.Relatives said that Prince was on his way home after ending his shift when the accident occurred in the early hours of the morning.“He was a good person, and a good son. He always wanted to be one of the city’s finest.

Cricket: Prince back at Lancashire for fourth time

South African batsman Ashwell Prince has signed for Lancashire for the fourth time, the second-tier English county club announced on Thursday. The left-hander, 35, has agreed a two-year contract, subject to successful visa and registration applications, and will be available to play in all three forms of the game this season. "I'm delighted to announce that I will be returning to Lancashire for the next two seasons," said Prince, who last played for his country in December 2011.

Nepalese ex-prince suffers heart attack in Thailand

Former Nepalese crown prince Paras Shah is in intensive care in Thailand after suffering a heart attack, the Nepalese embassy in Bangkok said Wednesday. Shah, 42, who had been living in Thailand, was admitted to hospital late Tuesday, acting Ambassador Dornath Aryal told AFP. "Doctors said his condition is improving and he needs a full examination," he said. Bangkok's Samitivej Hospital confirmed that Shah had been admitted but declined to discuss his condition.
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