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James Blunt says criticism of his old army friend Prince Harry is 'vitriolic'. James Blunt hinted that he'd spoken to his old Army friend the Duke of Sussex about the scrutiny he and Meghan have faced as described the coverage as 'vitriolic quite a lot of the time'. Pictured Pensioner, 83, killed as he walked in woods. Frank Kinnis, 83, died after he was attacked while walking at Birkenhill Woods, near New Elgin at 9am on Monday. A man and a woman in their 70s suffered serious head injuries in the attack. On Capitol Hill, the Caucus Grows for Diwali. Tuskegee University veterinary student 20 collapses and dies on campus of Congress now celebrate the Indian festival of lights with feasts and family gatherings. But some of them think the version on the Hill needs work.