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  1. Suez Canal Blockage Is Delaying an Estimated $400 Million an Hour or $5.1 billion a day in Goods
  2. Petlog 'misplaces' pet owners' details in database 'cock-up'
  3. Janice Dean: Even at a Time of Loss, Be Grateful for Every Day
  4. US Amazon workers’ union push draws global attention
  5. Iranian envoy meets with Iraqi labor min. for bilateral talks
  6. China Is Boycotting Products Made In Their Country…
  7. 32 killed as two trains collide in southern Egypt
  8. Coronavirus: France accuses UK of 'blackmail' over vaccine exports
  9. Suez Canal: Ships stuck in 'traffic jam' as salvage efforts continue
  10. QUESTION ASKED: San Francisco has nearly 16 million square feet of vacant office space. Why can’t it become housing?
  11. Dominion Voting sues Fox for $1.6B over 2020 election claims.
  12. U.K Lord Suggests Brits Will Have To Mask & Socially Distance for 10 YEARS!
  13. NYC council passes bill to limit ‘qualified immunity’ for police
  14. Saudi aggression on Yemen
  15. U.S. Calls For Reversal Of Top Azerbaijani Human Rights Lawyer's Disbarment
  16. How an IDF Doctor Saved Lives in Equatorial Guinea
  17. The End of PLO Political Hegemony in the West Bank
  18. Zelensky's chief of staff Yermak takes tough stance in Donbas talks with Russia – expert
  19. Germany wear t-shirts supporting human rights before Qatar World Cup qualifier
  20. Vaccine row escalates as France accuses UK of ‘blackmail’
  21. UK’s vaccine rollout prevented 6,100 deaths in 12 weeks: Study
  22. Doubts simmer over EU plan to fund new refugee camps in Greece
  23. Foreign Ministry approves Ukraine's communication strategy – Kuleba
  24. US Senators Push for Broader Iran Deal, Not Return to Nuclear Pact
  25. Football star Thierry Henry to quit social media over racism
  26. Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group buys Wigan retail park
  27. China outlines Covid origin findings, ahead of WHO report
  28. Number of US forces withdraw from air base in Iraq's Erbil
  29. Iran COVID-19 update: 7,980 cases, 81 deaths in 24 hours
  30. Coronavirus: Germany tightens borders amid alarm over pandemic
  31. U.S. Consumer Spending and Personal Income Decline in February
  32. Iranian-backed Houthis are now attacking Saudi Aramco regularly
  33. Road sign typo 'sotps' Italians in their tracks during pandemic
  34. Sources Say Hunter Biden Probe Active and Ongoing, Without WH Interference
  35. Battle of the Morons: Jen Rubin Clashes With PBS’ Yamiche Alcindor
  36. GOP Sen Accuses Biden Associate Attorney General Nominee Vanita Gupta of Lying Under Oath
  37. An LA Times and a Spectrum News reporter were briefly detained while covering unrest in LA; police said reporters were subject to dispersal orders in the area (Kevin Rector/Los Angeles Times)
  38. U.S. Nonprofit Organization Failed to Disclose Taxpayer Grants to Wuhan Coronavirus Lab
  39. Republicans Condemn Big Tech Censorship (Again) During (Yet Another) Hearing With Big Tech CEOs
  40. U.S. Appeals Court Rules That Bump Stock Accessories Can’t Be Considered “Machine Guns”
  41. Federal Appeals Judge Skeptical of Adam Schiff’s Argument for Keeping Impeachment Phone Subpoenas Secret
  42. Netanyahu Falls Short of Majority Vote, Might Send Israel to Polls for Fifth Time
  43. Hollywood Celebrities Blast Dems Manchin and Sinema in Effort to End the Filibuster
  44. Jessica Walter, Star of “Arrested Development”, Dead at 80
  45. NASA Astronauts Get a Close-up Look a SpaceX’s Starship SN11 Prototype
  46. Could a traffic light system be the green light for international travel?
  47. Turkey can help fix Suez Canal jam as Ankara tries mending Egypt ties
  48. Migrants protesting in Paris call for safe housing while their applications are processed
  49. Turkey rejects Macron’s claim of election ‘interference’
  50. Liverpool City Council gave contract to mayor's son’s company