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  1. Desperate Guatemalans ‘risking their lives’ in journey to US
  2. Sikh community ‘traumatised’ after shooting at US FedEx facility
  3. Girl, 6, donates 'lifetime of hair' to cancer charity
  4. Ex-Italy interior minister Matteo Salvini to be tried for stranding Open Arms migrant rescue ship
  5. JCPOA members woking on which US sanctions would lift: China
  6. Iran says suspect behind Natanz plant attack identified
  7. Rwanda arrests woman deported from US on genocide charges
  8. Florida Gov. DeSantis Says Lockdowns Were a ‘Huge Mistake’
  9. The Russia-Afghanistan Bounties Story Was Bullshit
  10. Hryvnia weakens to U.S. dollar on April 19
  11. Why has Iran named a suspect in Natanz attack?
  12. WARNING: “Price Inflation Comes in Hot”
  13. Here’s how the White House is handling Biden – NOW YOU KNOW
  14. Minneapolis School System Announces It’ll Be Closed Next Week Due To Rioting Over Derek Chauvin Trial…
  15. New agreement being formed in Vienna: Araghchi
  16. This is the video that made me realize that CNN is just a propaganda machine.
  17. People say. “I’ve had my vaccine and I feel fine.”
  18. Rule by Fiat: When the Government Does Whatever It Wants
  19. The Tokyo Summer Olympics Could Still Get Canceled
  20. Scientists Photograph a Black Hole for the First Time
  21. Pakistan eyes developing border marketplaces with Iran
  22. JCPOA meeting participants satisfied with progress made
  23. JCPOA Joint Commission wraps up
  24. Pak FM Qureishi to visit Iran
  25. Pentagon Confirms Navy Pilot’s UFO Video is Real
  26. Murders Rose 56% in Major U.S. Cities During “Defund the Police” Push
  28. Jason Burack: Bank Of America Now Heavily Involved In Silver Derivatives, Short 300 Million Oz of Silver?
  29. Hammer Time! New Home Construction Surged In March To Highest Since 2006
  30. NATO, U.S. Warn Russia Not to Blockade Ukrainian Ports
  31. Helen McCrory: Stars pay tribute to Peaky Blinders actress
  32. As Cuba turns page on Castro era, economic reform gains urgency
  33. As Spotify turns 15, a look at the ways in which it changed how people listen to music, like breaking down boundaries between genres through "mood playlists" (Kristin Robinson/Variety)
  34. Craig Shirley: For Our Children’s Sake, It’s High Time To Put Arrogant Public Employees In Their Place
  35. Roger Stone Says DOJ Lawsuit Against His Family for Unpaid Taxes Is Politically Motivated
  36. Ryan Ellis: Democrats Want to Give China America’s Most Valuable Secrets
  37. Natanz nuclear site blast: Iranian State TV identifies man behind attack
  38. Musk’s SpaceX Wins Lunar Lander Contract, Beating Out Bezos’ Blue Origin
  39. Fed Governor Says Economy Set to Take Off, But Won’t Slow Down Stimulus
  40. Iran COVID-19 update: 21,312 cases, 319 deaths
  41. British papers pay tribute to Prince Philip
  42. Patients evacuated as fire breaks out in South African hospital
  43. Is Turkey’s economy heading towards another recession?
  44. Ukrainian National Gets 10-Year Sentence In U.S. Hacking Case
  45. ISIL blows up oil well in Iraq's Kirkuk: report
  46. FA Cup: Chelsea's Thomas Tuchel says it's 'so nice and so hard' to face Pep Guardiola
  47. Sweet Taste of Darkness to vie at Guro Intl. Kids Film Fest
  48. JCPOA Joint Commission to be held in Vienna in few hours
  49. Russia Detains Ukrainian Diplomat In St. Petersburg
  50. The Russian Bare: Protesters Erect Naked Putin Sculpture To Protest Spike In Ukraine Fighting