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  1. Ecuador weighs two very different economic visions in election
  2. Mozambique’s conflict and the question of foreign intervention
  3. Gantz: ICC’s Probe Into Israel’s Alleged War Crimes ‘Blind and Unjust’
  4. Cultural Trends and Jewish Academics Give New Lifeline to Antisemitism
  5. Are Mizrahi Voters the Real Kingmakers in Israel?
  6. Ukraine sees GDP drop by 2.8% in Jan-Feb – Economy ministry
  7. How did Europe react to the death of Prince Philip?
  8. Ukraine rules out offensive against Russia-backed separatists
  9. Amazon union vote, US vaccine hunters and a Martian helicopter
  10. Eric Bolling Walks Off BBC Interview After Host Says His Concern For Black People Is A Lie…
  11. British Jews Express Sorrow at Death of Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, at Age of 99
  12. Black Lives Matter Founder Buys $1.4 Million Home In Neighborhood With 1%. Black Population…
  13. Mozambique sending medical team to identify Palma attack victims
  14. The Sudden Visit to COVID Victims’ Families That Sparked Jordan’s Royal Rift
  15. Prince Philip: Death of the Duke of Edinburgh announced
  16. ‘May his soul rest in peace’: World reacts to Prince Philip death
  17. Slovakia Seeks Hungary's Help To Inspect Sputnik Vaccine
  18. Ex-US president George W Bush leads global tributes to Duke of Edinburgh
  19. Prince Philip: Sporting world pays tribute to Duke of Edinburgh
  20. ‘Law against Islam’: French vote in favour of hijab ban condemned
  21. Jewish Republican Lee Zeldin Announces Bid to Run for Governor of New York
  22. Pro-Israel Groups Press Congress to Help End ‘Hateful Content’ in UNRWA Schools
  23. Antisemitic Fliers Posted at University of North Florida During Passover
  24. The Gold Trade Of The Decade – Nick Santiago
  25. New York exhibition celebrates Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama
  26. Prince Philip: World leaders react to death of the Duke of Edinburgh
  27. CDC: Racism a “Serious Public Health Threat”
  28. Images of Abandoned Children Magnify Sense of Crisis at Southern Border
  29. BLM Activists Force Their Way Into Iowa State Capitol
  30. Could China or Russia Hack the F-35?
  31. Philippines Is Leaning Towards Allowing U.S. Troops to Maintain a Presence There
  32. South China Sea: Is a Clash Between America and China Inevitable?
  33. Lance Armstrong’s Son Accused of Sexually Assaulting a 16-Year-Old Girl
  34. Florida Sues CDC to Resume U.S. Cruise Sailings
  35. California Moves to Ban Fracking
  36. Japan imposes new coronavirus measures in Tokyo ahead of Olympics
  37. Spain's long weekend: Country launches national trial of 4-day work week
  38. Norway's PM Erna Solberg fined €2k for breaking her own government's COVID rules
  39. Iran to continue to support Syria firmly: Amir-Abdollahian
  40. US police officer quits after snow stuffed into mouth of suspect
  41. Iraq blames people for surge in coronavirus cases
  42. Kyrgyz Prosecutors Open Negligence Case After Kidnapped 'Bride' Killing
  43. Joint US-Russian crew heads to International Space Station
  44. Ukraine accuses Iran of manipulation as to causes behind plane downing
  45. Counting under way in tight Samoa election
  46. China’s factory prices surged last month; here’s why that matters
  47. Holidays for the rich: Airlines slam UK travel restart plan
  48. Average UK house price hits record high after £15,000 leap during lockdowns
  49. Travel money firm Ramsdens expects small loss as it hopes for return to holidays
  50. Seized South Korean tanker sails away from Iran’s waters ahead of nuclear talks