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  1. ‘Toe the line’: Belarusian Eurovision song entry riles opposition
  2. Ban on Afghan schoolgirls singing in public slammed
  3. Two teenagers probed for murder after girl, 14, drowned near Paris
  4. The Hebrides' wild swimming 'real-life' mermaid
  5. Oxford-AstraZeneca: Denmark suspends vaccine 'as a precaution'
  6. Biden to Deliver First Primetime Address to Nation Since Taking Office
  7. US Military Trains AI to Identify Faces in the Dark!
  8. Michigan Governor Whitmer Faces Possible Criminal Charges For Nursing Home Deaths!
  9. $100 Billion Pours Back Into Value Investments
  10. Now the Tax Code Is Racist, Says Businessweek Cover Story
  11. Biden Executive Order Makes Transgender Surgery Free for Members of the Military
  12. Europe’s Disastrous Migrant Crisis Foretells The Effects Of Biden’s Border Policies
  13. Dozens Detained In Minsk Amid Crackdown On Anti-Lukashenka Protests
  14. Amid Nuclear Standoff, Who's In The Running To Take The Reins In Iran?
  15. Jewish lobby in US welcomes Biden 1st sanctions against Iran
  16. Russian Lawmakers Approve Initial Reading Of Bill Allowing 'Accidental' Corruption
  17. The garment industry is ignoring the plight of its workers
  18. Sarah Everard vigil planned as women share concerns
  19. Myanmar military using systematic deadly force, warns Amnesty International
  20. Britain’s most affordable towns for home buyers revealed
  21. Private equity giants CVC completes deal for share in Six Nations
  22. Countering drone threats: Israel & UAE well positioned to lead the way
  23. Anti-Graft NGO Accuses Serbian State Media Of Campaign Against Investigative Reporter
  24. Amnesty denounces Saudi court’s upholding al-Hathloul’s sentence
  25. Brit Awards: Griff, Pa Salieu and Rina Sawayama nominated for rising star prize
  26. Wartime love letters discovered under Scarborough hotel floorboards
  27. China approves plan to veto Hong Kong election candidates
  28. Seven dead in Myanmar as Amnesty accuses army of ‘killing spree’
  29. Jordan blocking Netanyahu from flying to UAE
  30. Man who lost daughter in Japan tsunami to run in Olympic torch relay
  31. Study: Caliphate is an example of performative journalistic transparency that concealed issues, like a lack of editorial oversight, that doomed the project (RQ1)
  32. Donbas war update: Ukraine reports one KIA on March 10
  33. Blinken sets condition for unfreezing Iran assets in S Korea
  34. Myanmar military removes rebel Arakan Army from ‘terrorist’ list
  35. Israel, UAE to establish 'quarantine-free travel corridor' amid COVID restrictions
  36. Jewish founders of D'vash Organics make historic deal in UAE
  37. It's a year since COVID was declared a pandemic. Did WHO act too late?
  38. In Assam, ban on state-run madrassas may force girls to drop out
  39. The last game before everything changed - through the eyes of the people there
  40. So This Is How The U.S. Dollar Dies…
  41. China risks COVID ‘immunity gap’ amid slow vaccine uptake
  42. Fukushima: Japan marks 10th disaster anniversary while still recovering
  43. With food prices soaring the lowest quintile will be hit the hardest. Dems don’t get it. The more free money they give away, the higher the cost of living will be.
  44. No ID requirement, no signature verification, the list goes on. If you’re all for voter fraud, you’re all for #HR1.
  45. Cycle end nearing.
  46. This will be ‘game over’ if it happens
  47. Drugmakers raise the prices of hundreds of prescription medications since January
  48. GameStop Stock Falls 40% in 25 Minutes Amid Continuing Mania
  49. Spotify and K-pop label Kakao settle their licensing dispute, making Kakao's songs available on the platform globally, including in South Korea (Variety)
  50. Utah mother dies four days after taking second dose of COVID vaccine