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  1. What is behind the sharp drop in deaths in Burkina Faso’s war?
  2. Jordan’s King Abdullah says ‘sedition’ quashed
  3. Why Are Jews and Poles Still Arguing About the Holocaust?
  4. IAEA chief meets with EU rep. to discuss Iran's nuclear deal
  5. Remembering Volkswagen’s Troubled, and Holocaust, History
  6. Mansour Abbas and the Lebanonization of Israel
  7. Facing Charges, Russian Man Releases Video Of Police Apparently Planting Drugs
  8. The Trump-era order Biden is using to turn away most migrants
  9. Cabinet approves Concept of Crimean Tatar language development
  10. Vue admits health and safety charges over Star City cinema death
  11. US Army logistics convoy targeted by two new attacks in Iraq
  12. Report: digital ad spending grew 12.2% YoY in 2020 to $139.8B, as H2 political ad spending offset the H1 falloff; top 10 companies held 78.1% share of revenues (Megan Graham/CNBC)
  13. Taiwan Says It’ll Shoot Down Any Chinese Drones That Come Near Tapei…
  14. CBP Stopped 2 Men On Terror Watchlist At The Border…
  15. 'Grim reaper' artist in Berlin protests Brazil virus stance
  16. Spy Plane Crash: How U.S. & China Almost Went to War
  17. The Feds Are Pushing Pension Funds Toward “Socially Responsible Investing”
  18. Mortgage Purchase Applications Fall 4% From Previous Week, Mortgage Refi Applications Fall 5.35% With Increasing Mortgage Rates
  19. Prehistoric human bones in Guernsey discovered by coastal walker
  20. Ice Age Farmer: FARMERS FIGHT BACK: French, Croatians Protest Seed Law & Takeover of Food (Its happening)
  21. Is 2021’s Fictional Cyberattack Simulation Prepping Us For a Cyber Pandemic?
  22. Has he ever been right? Quote Tweet
  23. BTC – Lost support on the trend. If it doesn’t find the will to live, it’s going to retest (again) the channel top at 53K.
  24. SF office vacancy hits an all-time high, surpassing dot-com bust…
  25. Savers reviewing retirement plans urged to watch out for online scammers
  26. Angela Merkel backing ‘short, uniform lockdown’ for Germany
  27. Lorraine Cox: Murderer Azam Mangori jailed for at least 20 years
  28. UConn Students Rally to Combat Hate Following Antisemitic Incidents on Campus
  29. Popular Language-Learning App Duolingo Launches Yiddish Course
  30. Road sign blunders see Saxilby and Thorpe on the Hill renamed
  31. Key Witness Believed to Be George Floyd’s Drug Dealer Pleads the Fifth
  32. E-commerce Platform Sells Nazi-Glorifying Merchandise, Despite Removal Request
  33. Iran Has Ramped Up Production of 20% Enriched Uranium Since January: Official
  34. Conservative Group Highlights “Dark Money” Ties to Biden’s Judicial Nominees
  35. Feds Open Two Additional Detention Centers for Unaccompanied Migrant Children
  36. Congressional Dems Endorse Southern Poverty Law Center Report Naming Everything That Moves a Hate Group
  37. James Woolsey, Former CIA Chief, Is No Longer A UFO Skeptic
  38. Democrats Are Going to Cry Racism No Matter What Republicans Do
  39. Travel Restrictions Remain in Place in China, Even Though They Claim the Coronavirus Outbreak Ended a Year Ago
  40. British Catholic Commentator Brands London Police Raid on Church a “Chilling Attack on Freedom of Religion”
  41. Trump’s Leadership PAC Has $85 Million in Cash on Hand as He Prepares for Midterms
  42. A Skeptical President Invites Netanyahu to Form the Next Israeli Government
  43. Deshaun Watson’s First Accuser Speaks Out: “I’m a Survivor of Assault and Harassment”
  44. Rangers Infielder Rougned Odor Is on His Way to the Yankees
  45. Biden Is Covering Up the Real Cost of His Infrastructure Plan
  46. 'Covid-breach' kayaker stuck on Loch Lomond island without paddle
  47. Office workers as team-mates and less 'kick tennis' - England lock Kruis on life in Japan
  48. There are grounds for concern about solar power
  49. Divers rescue Thai Buddhist monk trapped in flooded cave
  50. Marston’s confirms plans to reopen 700 English pubs with beer gardens next week