View full version: Today's News
  1. CNN's Jeff Zucker is joining the board of Group Nine's SPAC (Todd Spangler/Variety)
  2. Kremlin: Report On Planned U.S. Cyberstrikes On Russia 'Alarming'
  3. Sloppy Uzbek Video Tries To Discredit RFE/RL Investigation Into President's Secret Residence
  4. Harvard Releases App To Help Ease Students ‘Anxiety’ Around Finding ‘Gender Inclusive’ Bathrooms…
  5. Jewish Tennis Star Diego Schwartzman Wins First Home Title in Argentina Open
  6. Israel Celebrates 100 Years Since Establishment of First Moshav
  7. Utah Becomes Latest US State to Pass Anti-BDS Legislation
  8. Watch: Psaki Refuses to Say if Vaccinated High Schoolers Will Return to School
  9. Covid: Labour urges 'germ games' to plan for pandemics
  10. More armed provocations in Donbas after Ukraine sanctions Medvedchuk – Zelensky
  11. Report: Negligent Handling of Dynamite Caused Explosion in Equatorial Guinea That Killed at Least 20
  12. Myanmar Forces Trap Protesters as U.S., UN Urge Restraint
  13. New Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Already Under Fire for Past Tweets
  14. Meghan Markle Is A Perfect Representation Of What Has Happened To Our Civilization As A Whole
  15. UAE starts joint military drill with six countries in region
  16. WATCH: Hezbollah reporter films just meters away from IDF soldiers
  17. Piers Morgan criticised by mental health charity over Meghan comments
  18. Low to leave role as Germany manager after 15 years following Euros
  19. CrossTalk: Biden’s Anti-Democracy Foreign Policy
  20. Iran to continue naval exercises with China, Russia
  21. Iran COVID-19 update: 8,554 cases, 81 deaths in 24 hours
  22. Oasis contract requesting 'sober' staff to be sold in Derbyshire
  23. UFC: Amanda Nunes and the women who inspire her
  24. Zelensky's spokeswoman explains delay in setting up Biden call
  25. More than two dozen Hong Kong journalists look back on a systematic push from China-backed authorities to tame Hong Kong's press over the past eight months (Elaine Yu/Columbia Journalism Review)
  26. India said to blame Iran’s Quds Force for blast outside Israeli embassy
  27. IAEA says Iran enriching uranium with advanced centrifuges, in further breach
  28. Unilever drops word 'normal' from beauty products
  29. Sainsbury's warns of national shortage of pet food pouches
  30. UAE making new military moves on Yemeni island: report
  31. EU Parliament lifts immunity of 3 Catalans, including Puigdemont
  32. MEPs vote to lift immunity for Catalan separatist Carles Puigdemont
  33. Hryvnia strengthens to U.S. dollar on March 9
  34. UEFA suspends Romanian referee after racism row
  35. EU Report Says Germany Is Leading Target Of Russian Disinformation
  36. Fully vaccinated Americans can gather without masks, say health officials
  37. Poor regulation pushing South Africa’s crypto firms to relocate
  38. US Biden administration reimposes sanctions on Israel mining head
  39. Islamic Revolution proud of its female martyrs & veterans
  40. US climate envoy John Kerry kicks off Europe tour in London
  41. 'You don't go into football thinking you are going to get brain damage'
  42. US following policy of destabilizing regional governments
  43. Malala teams up with Apple for content aimed at women, children
  44. Malaysia court allows challenge to Myanmar nationals’ deportation
  45. Meghan and Harry interview: Urgent palace talks over claims
  46. Vessel with 130 tonnes of oil runs aground off Mauritius
  47. Aboriginal Australians: Victoria to hold inquiry into impact of colonisation
  48. 1 killed, many injured in Baghdad terrorist attack: report
  49. US proposes interim gov’t could run Afghanistan until new polls
  50. How American women journalists in Vietnam changed the way the war was covered and set a precedent for women reporting on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (George Packer/The Atlantic)