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In the battle royal over Richard III’s bones, Britain’s High Court has given the victory to Leicester. The court ruled Friday that the 15th-century monarch should be buried in the city in central England where his skeleton was found under a parking lot in 2012. Calling the case “unique and exceptional,” three judges ruled there were no grounds to overturn the government’s decision to grant a burial license to Leicester. The judges, led by Heather Hallett, said there was “no direct evidence of any definitive wishes expressed by Richard III as to his place of burial.”

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