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  1. If you thought COVID lockdowns were bad…wait until your water, electricity, and gas are temporally cut off to “save” us from climate change.
  2. The Secretive Inventor Of The Navy’s Bizarre ‘UFO Patents’ Finally Talks
  3. Weetabix and beans? How one ghastly breakfast combination broke the internet
  4. Sonic boom heard over north Cornwall and Devon
  5. Icy roads from Tx,OK, Mo,IL,IN, TN,KY
  6. Why Branch Banking is Dying in America
  7. 6 moderators control 118 of the top 500. A peek behind the curtain of the social engineering machine called Reddit
  8. Why Not: CDC Endorses Double Masking
  9. 22 Bahman rallies in provinces (3)
  10. Downing Street defends publicly-funded photos of PM's dog Dilyn
  11. Arguments to begin in Trump Senate impeachment trial: Live
  12. The ICC’s Decision to Investigate Israel Is Baseless but Dangerous
  13. Israeli Drone Passes Test in GPS-Denied Environments, Speeding Up Drone-Based Delivery Goals
  14. Marty Baron says WaPo should have been much more forthright about Trump's lies and "needed to call them that from the very beginning" (Spiegel Online)
  15. Dallas Mavericks Cease Playing The National Anthem At Games At Direction Of Mark Cuban…
  16. The Atlantic launches Inheritance, a multiyear project to make oral histories and other artifacts of Black history and ancestry widely accessible (The Atlantic)
  17. Finns in snowshoes create golf course artwork
  18. US Coast Guard rescues trio stranded on deserted island for 33 days
  19. 22 Bahman rallies in provinces (2)
  20. Sri Lanka to allow COVID burials for Muslims after outcry
  21. Iran condemns Kabul blasts
  22. Nicola Sturgeon denies breaching ministerial code over Alex Salmond
  23. Democrats to argue Trump alone incited mob
  24. Is an end to Yemen’s war finally in sight?
  25. 'Worrying' if minorities don't get jab - Van-Tam
  26. Brazil's Amazon riverside communities receive COVID jabs
  27. Ukrainian Ex-President's Son Among Those Likely To Be Removed From EU Sanctions List
  28. Study Suggests Russia Is Dramatically Underreporting COVID-19 Deaths
  29. Colombia Grants Temporary Protected Status to Nearly One Million Illegal Venezuelans
  30. Myanmar Police Fire on Protesters, Injuring Four, One Critical
  31. EU Says Russian May Face New Sanctions Over Jailing of Navalny
  32. Dems Push Bill to Teach Children Difference Between What Dems Believe Is Fake and Credible Media
  33. Kate Winslet Discusses Her Career Slump Following “Titanic”
  34. Knicks Trade For Derrick Rose Prompted After a Lot of Pressure
  35. NYSE Poised to Leave New York If Stock Transfer Tax Is Imposed
  36. Mortgage Demand Falls as Interest Rates Inch to 3-Month High
  37. World-famous Bayeux Tapestry to go online
  38. Covid: Too soon to book holiday, minister warns
  39. Senators to hear opening arguments as Trump fumes over trial
  40. EU over-optimistic, over-confident and late on vaccine rollout – von der Leyen
  41. ‘Frankly wrong’: WHO official derides US intelligence on COVID
  42. ‘Catastrophic’: Outrage grows over Egypt’s new tourist attraction
  43. Redrow warns over impact from self-isolating workers as profits rise
  44. Athens heads back into lockdown to curb resurgence in COVID-19 cases
  45. Tehran’s iconic Azadi Square during rallies
  46. Final communiqué vows to defeat US pressures with resolve
  47. Rights Group Says Jailed Azerbaijani Journalist In Danger As Hunger Strike Continues
  48. Int'l Advisory Group pledges support for SBU reform
  49. South Africa scraps roll-out of AstraZeneca vaccine
  50. Hryvnia gets stronger against U.S. dollar on Feb 10