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The Queen's Jubilee Cookbook

In the past, there was only fish and chips to go, write Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla in the foreword. They are very grateful for the change brought about by international influences.

The film releases of the week

Paris is all about love. The "Fantastic Beasts" are doing a third round and two documentaries are about nature and literature.

What Boris Becker expects in court in London

For decades, Boris Becker has been filling the gossip columns with love stories and breakups. Recently, his financial situation has increasingly come into focus. Theoretically, he could even be threatened with imprisonment.

Queen transfers Meghan's theater patronage to Camilla

The Queen makes it clear which women she relies on in the family: Duchess Meghan's patronage is divided. Duchess Camilla takes on more tasks.

Deep Water starring Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas

The director of thrillers like "A Fateful Affair" and "Unfaithful" hasn't made a film in 20 years. Now the Brit Adrian Lyne is back with "Deep Water".

First beavers settled in London in more than 400 years

They turned their backs on the British metropolis hundreds of years ago. Now the hard-working rodents on the Thames should be at home again.

The Queen is absent from an important service

It should have been the royal spring awakening after a long, difficult winter. But things turned out differently: Due to a short-term change of plan, the Commonwealth service has to do without Queen Elizabeth II.

The film releases of the week

Ben Affleck follows in the footsteps of thriller queen Patricia Highsmith in Deep Water. "The Bunny School" opens again, an eight-year-old goes on a journey through time, and Nanni Moretti explores "Three Floors" in Rome.

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Mexico has a great wealth of renewable sources and, with the commitment to create the conditions for a sustainable future, Enel is the energy manager of the leading companies in various industries.

"And a recharge, please": Mexicans lower the amount to recharge their cell phones to 89 pesos due to inflation

The Ciu consultancy expects that this amount will even drop to 87 pesos in the following months "due to inflationary pressure."

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