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Princess Madeleine of Sweden has got married at the Royal Chapel in the capital Stockholm.
She wed 38 year old Christopher O’Neill, who is British born but also holds American citizenship.
The Princess is fourth in line to the Swedish throne.
Her wedding was attended by some 600 guests.
The ceremony was held in both the couple’s languages.
But the declaration was made in English:
“You have made your vows, to one another. I therefore proclaim that you are husband and wife. May the Lord be with you and lead you in his truth now and always”.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds greeted the public waiting outside and the traditional royal kiss was well received.
Following a 21-gun salute, the couple are attending a state banquet hosted by King Carl Gustav.
The newlyweds will start their married life in New York.
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Cyber security was the major topic of talks between President Obama and China’s Tchee Jing-Ping.
A two day summit is being held at a luxury estate in southern California.
Obama says he welcomes Beijing’s ‘peaceful rise’, but said the rules of economic world order must be adhered to.
Recently America accused China of internet espionage …. this is being denied.
But speaking at a press conference, Obama was more circumspect.
“The issue of cyber security and the need for rules and common approaches to cyber security are going to be increasingly important as part of bilateral relationships and multilateral relationships.”
Tchee Jing Ping responded with a reference to America’s recent issues with internet privacy.
“[The application of new technology] … might create some problems for regulators and it might infringe upon the rights of states, enterprises, societies and individuals”.
Earlier this week it was revealed America’s security agencies were being given the phone and internet records of millions of people under a secret court order.
There were no major developments in this first day of talks in California, but it’s hoped a personal rapport will build between the two – something which was lacking between holders of both posts.
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