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have you been to barcelona, you've seen , temple that now has a new five-ton star on top of one of its towers. construction on the church started back in 1882. it should finally be done later this decade. and breaking overnight, the island of barbados making it official by replacing britain's queen elizabeth as its head of state. abc's kristine sloan with the details. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: overnight, prince charles in barbados to mark the island's break from great britain. ties which date back to the 1600s. >> as your constitutional status changes, it was important to me that i should join you to reaffirm those things which do
not change. for example that the close and trusted partnership. >> reporter: the caribbean nation removing queen elizabeth as its head of state to become a republic. the prince commemorating this historic moment but also apologizing for the island's painful past. >> from the darkest days of our past and the appalling atrocity of slavery, which forever stains our history, the people of this island forged their path with extraordinary fortitude. >> reporter: singer rihanna also honored. she was born and raised in barbados. >> have ambassador robyn rihanna fenty shall have conferred upon
her. may you continue to shine upon her. >> reporter: critics say the royal family should have had no part in the commemoration. back in london, the royals facing a different public relations matter. the second installment of a bbc documentary, "the princes and the press" aired overnight, delving into the reported rift between princes harry and william and their wives and that duchess markle has been nicknamed "duchess difficult." >> williams and harry's relationship with the media was formed fundamentally with their mother's relationship with the media. but we've seen as they get older how it's manifested itself in different ways and the different paths that they have taken. >> reporter: the royal households releasing a statement, condemning unfounded claims from unnamed sources. back to barbados. royal watchers say the island's move to become a republic could signal other countries, perhaps even canada, to one day sever ties with the monarchy, andrew, mona? >> kristine, thank you. golfer lee elder is being remembered as a hero.
elder was the first black man to play in the masters in 1975. the dallas native died sunday at his home in california. elder joined the pga in 1968, seven years after it lifted the ban on nonwhite players. elder was 87. and the mets hope some big cyber monday spending will lead to big pitching. free agent pitcher max scherzer is headed to queens for the next three years. congratulations to max. and maybe that will help the mets turn things around. >> that's a lot. coming up, the history being made in mountaineering. plus an entire cheeseburger that's barry the size of a grape. that's coming up later. you're watching "world news now." looks delicious. you can sell your policy - even a term policy - for an immediate cash payment. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement. but we quickly realized we needed a way to
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>> yeah, previously the record for summiting all 14 peaks above 8,000 meters was held by a man who did it in seven years. this is the story of a man who did it in seven months. it's one of the most breathtaking feats in mountaineering history. >> there are only 14 mountains in the world higher than 8,000 meters. >> in 2019, nims conquered them all and shattered the record by doing so in less than seven months. nims' journey the subject of a new netflix documentary "14 peaks." nothing is impossible. >> i managed to climb everest, the world's first, fourth and fifth highest mountain. at that point, i realized, okay, maybe i could do something bigger. >> the documentary directed by torquil jones. >> when i first got interested in the project, it wasn't
because i was interested in mountaineering. he's battled against what people said was impossible and done it through extreme physicality and extreme mental toughness. and above them, i think nims has this limitless imagination. it is an inspiring story. >> if your goal is bigger than you. if your goal is bigger than your selfishness. you always get that massive energy. >> the energy to summit three different mountains in less than 48 hours. mt. everest included. nims explaining the truth behind his now famous photo of the traffic jam on top of the world. >> i never get to tell this story about that picture. yes, it was only two days in that season, and everybody was going to that adventure and wanted to pick the best weather. every day on everest is not like that. please, let's clear that message away. it's still 9,000 meters. it's still tough. and those people that wants to take from adventure, we shouldn't be lowering them. let's be positive, guys. >> giving up is not in the blood, sir. it's not in the blood.
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straight out of a horror movie. >> wait, what? >> take a look for yourself. this rare pacific football fish, ew, with a face only a mother could love, was found on a beach in san diego. what's most unusual about this sight is that this deep-sea angler fish is usually found at ocean depths around 3,000 feet down. >> also go online and look up how they reproduce if you want to hear some other freakish stats. >> this is from a prehistoric era. this is a fossil. next to entire meals barely the size of a grape. >> wait, what? >> a british chef known only as "mini baker" is going viral on tiktok by taking portion control to a new level. her tiny food creations include versions of a mini cheeseburger and lasagna.
>> her creations are so elaborate, they even contain tiny packaging and labels. >> it's real, this is food. >> calories minus zero. and finally, a pregnant woman in labor riding herself to the hospital on a bicycle. >> wait, what? >> a new zealand politician julian julianne genter shared images of herself peddling herself to the emergency room early sunday morning before giving birth to her second child. >> apparently this wasn't her first time either. back in 2018 she rode to the hospital before having her first child. is that a bike? yeah, that's a bike. or is that a snowmobile? >> it looks to me like a mixture of the two, right? >> it doesn't matter, because both mom and her newborn have since been given a clean bill of health. you know? sometimes you just got to do it yourself, right? >> yes, but i also have a thousand followup questions aside from what is that, that she's riding. can this, why can't this woman get a ride to the hospital? >> yeah, somebody give her a ride. >> somebody give her a ride. friends, family, significant other.
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