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Royal couple honor World AIDS Day

Prince Harry and his fiancé Meghan Markle address the crowd at World AIDS Day in UK.

Newly engaged royal couple Prince Harry and his fiancé Meghan Markle are recognizing World AIDS Day today in Nottingham.

They attended the #SeeRed event put together by the Terrence Higgins Trust organization.

The couple addressed the crowd, both wearing red ribbons to commemorate the occasion.

Today is World AIDS Day

Seven in 10 people at high risk for HIV who weren’t tested last year saw a healthcare provider during that year.

Today, Dec. 1, marks World AIDS Day, an annual event intended to highlight the success of worldwide efforts to combat HIV/AIDS, as well as the importance of continued support for these efforts, while remembering those whose lives were lost to the disease.

Events are scheduled around the globe, including here in San Diego, to mark the day.

Video shows dance floor collapsing in Spanish disco

Emergency crews helped people at a Tenerife disco on Saturday after the dancefloor collapsed beneath them.

There were 40 people reported injured when at about 2:30 am during a drag performance the ground gave way sending patrons into the basement.

The nightclub is located on the main strip popular with UK tourists. Tenerife is the largest Island on the Span’s Canary Islands.

'Suggestive' religious statue too much for social media

This statue at an Australian school at first glance, looks innocent enough: A young child is kneeling in front of St Dominic who is holding an offering of food. 

But students at the kindergarten to 12th grade Catholic, all-boys Blackfriars Priory School instantly began to take inappropriate pictures with the monument because of a loaf of bread positioned on the Saint’s torso.

People say 'yes' to marriage equality in Australia

The people have spoken overwhelmingly to approve same-sex marriage in Australia.

Today the Australian Statistics Bureau revealed the results of their public vote on marriage equality and the people have said yes!

It was a 61.6% to 38.4% margin with a reported 12.7 million Australians turning in ballots before the November 7 deadline.

Marines won't be jailed for lewd public acts

Ben James (left) and Luke Bowen (right) pleaded guilty

Three Scottish Marines have been thrown out of the service for participating in “puerile and repugnant” acts outside a bar near the Royal Marine base in Angus.