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  1. Derek Chauvin defense, prosecutor disagree whether George Floyd said ‘I ate too many drugs’ or ‘I ain’t do no drugs’
  2. I Can See Your Voice: The show where singers are judged on appearance
  3. France and Covid: Call My Agent star joins plea to reopen theatres
  4. Indian Premier League: The risks of hosting the IPL during a pandemic
  5. Trans in Japan: Sterilisation and legal gender recognition
  6. The woman who took on Google and won
  7. Covid-19: The disinformation tactics used by China
  8. Women with disabilities 'groped and not taken seriously'
  9. 'Exciting' stone age discoveries in the Cairngorms
  10. Local elections 2021: A simple guide to English council elections
  11. Boohoo: Price differences for same clothes 'a genuine mistake'
  12. Physicists may have to rethink how universe works after ‘tantalising’ results
  13. Kim Jong Un Says North Korea Facing Worst Situation In History…
  14. ‘Operation Home Alone’ leads to arrests of 10 child predators in South Carolina
  15. Neo-Nazi pleads guilty in journalist threat case
  16. Neo-Nazi pleads guilty in journalist threat case
  17. Crate escape: Search for Irishmen who airmailed Brian Robson home
  18. Netanyahu: Israel Will Defend Itself Against ‘Existential Threat’ Regardless of Iran Nuclear Deal
  19. More Than 350 Academics Sign Open Letter in Support of IHRA Definition of Antisemitism
  20. Sen. Gillibrand Mocked For Stupid Infrastructure Tweet…
  21. HRW Calls For Women’s ‘Full’ Participation In Afghan Peace Talks
  22. ‘I JUST KILLED MY SON.’ Chilling audio as father tells 911 dispatcher he beat 5-year-old son to death with baseball bat
  23. Gov Of Idaho Signs Executive Order Banning Vaccine Passports…
  24. Best Buy Unveils New $200 Beta Membership Program
  25. Alexei Navalny suffering from spinal injuries, lawyer says
  26. Sources: Twitter discussed acquiring Clubhouse for around $4B but the talks fell apart; Clubhouse is now looking to raise funding at a $4B valuation (Bloomberg)
  27. Myanmar ambassador to UK 'locked out' of London embassy
  28. As Uefa's deadline passes, which host nations have said they can admit fans to Euro 2020?
  29. Oxfam: UK halts funding over new sexual exploitation claims
  30. US private prisons rush to fix finances as Biden pressure builds
  31. US agrees on withdrawal of ‘remaining combat troops’ from Iraq
  32. 400,000 children could die if Yemen blockade isn’t ended
  33. Internal email: CBS has ousted Peter Dunn, president of the TV Stations group, and David Friend, SVP of news, after allegations of racist and abusive behavior (Meg James/Los Angeles Times)
  34. 90 convictions vacated by DA over former NYPD cop accused of perjury
  35. Belfast: Police attacked as trouble flares
  36. Armenian Leader Asks Putin For Help With POWs Held By Azerbaijan
  37. Gov. Cuomo Accuser Gives New Details of Alleged Groping Incident
  38. Khloe Kardashian tries to get unfiltered photo removed from social media
  39. Rare Superman comic sells for record $3.25m
  40. Ahead of Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Survivors Share Stories of Surviving the Pandemic
  41. Iran 'Crab’ advances to French Créteil Intl. Women’s Filmfest
  42. Nuclear talks between IAEA, Iran postponed: Report
  43. Biden Admin. Restores Millions In Aid To Palestinians
  44. Muons: 'Strong' evidence found for a new force of nature
  45. Ridiculous Tech Site “Neowin” Complains China Mining Bitcoin Means It Won’t Ever Reduce Its Pollution…
  46. Police Raid Alberta Church That Defied Lockdown Orders – Erect Fence Around It To Keep Worshippers Out…
  47. What is behind the sharp drop in deaths in Burkina Faso’s war?
  48. Jordan’s King Abdullah says ‘sedition’ quashed
  49. Why Are Jews and Poles Still Arguing About the Holocaust?
  50. IAEA chief meets with EU rep. to discuss Iran's nuclear deal