Daily Briefing: World bids a final farewell to the queen

The United Kingdom and the world bid one final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II in London. Also in the news: Puerto Rico begins its recovery after Hurricane Fiona thrashed the

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Queen Elizabeth II The United Kingdom and much of the world spent Monday mourning Queen Elizabeth II, who was celebrated at a funeral at Westminster Abbey and

brought to her final place of rest, St. George's Chapel. With the funeral and a private burial service Monday evening concluded, a period of Royal Mourning is set to last for the

next seven days, according to the new king's wishes. The queen was laid to rest in an intimate ceremony in Windsor, where she was reunited with her husband, Prince Philip, and her

parents. In contrast to the pageantry of her state funeral, officials said the queen's internment was a "deeply personal family occasion." Read more