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  1. President Zelensky, Emir of Qatar discuss prospects for major investment
  2. JCPOA's 18th Joint Commission kicks off in Vienna
  3. 104 Taliban members killed in Afghanistan in past 24h
  4. What are SDRs and why are they a hot topic at the IMF meeting?
  5. CDC Now Says “No Significant Risk” of Catching Coronavirus From Surfaces
  6. Greece 2.0 seeks to transform the economy. Does it go far enough?
  7. Chauvin Defense Argues Officer’s Knee Was on George Floyd’s Shoulder Blade, Not Neck
  8. Four Times Conservative Art (Or Artists) Got Un-Canceled
  9. Pelosi Could Personally Profit From Biden’s Infrastructure Plan
  10. Human Smugglers Are Using Facebook to Advertise “100 Percent Safe” U.S. Border Crossings
  11. Report: NIH Oversight Board Didn’t Oversee US Grant to Wuhan Lab
  12. Biden Campaign Coronavirus Alarmist Now Says We Are in a “Category 5 Hurricane”
  13. Paski, Biden, and Harris Continue Dodging Questions About the Border
  14. Michael Brown: A Bipartisan Proposal for Voter Integrity and Photo IDs
  15. Brad Slager: A Fact Check on The NYT’s Fact Check, Which Feeds the Misinformation About Georgia’s New Election Law
  16. Rachel Alexander: Christian Conservative Crowdfunding Site Under Attack
  17. Ten Iranian officials indicted for shooting Ukraine passenger plane
  18. Indian states vote in assembly polls amid surge in COVID cases
  19. Ron Paul: Why is Biden Pushing Ukraine to Attack Russia?
  20. Peacocks stores back in business but only half will reopen
  21. Covid: DVLA staff strike over 'fear' at Swansea HQ
  22. Iran registers record daily spike in COVID-19 cases
  23. Kyiv mayor reports over 1,400 new COVID-19 cases, 39 fatalities
  24. Inside BritBox's US strategy: embracing the true crime genre, creating ancillary content for legacy shows, and introducing new audiences to British comedy (KC Ifeanyi/Fast Company)
  25. Aiding Palestine refugees is not political
  26. BP hits debt target early after making billions from disposals
  27. 10 indicted in Iran over shooting down of passenger plane
  28. Indonesian rescuers dig for people buried in landslide
  29. Credit Suisse estimates Archegos loss at $4.7bn, shakes up board
  30. EasyJet: Two test travel plan would be too expensive
  31. French hospitals pass second wave peak in intensive care patients
  32. Iran, Pakistan stage naval drill in Persian Gulf, Oman Sea
  33. When is Ramadan 2021?
  34. U.S. Military Says It's Watching Russia's Arctic Moves 'Very Closely'
  35. 'Metamorphosis in Slaughterhouse' to vie in Houston filmfest.
  36. Donbas war update: Two KIA's amid seven truce violations on April 5
  37. COVID-19: Over 13,200 new active cases reported as of April 6, overall death toll exceeds 35,000
  38. Iran, Kyrgyzstan discuss common threats, bilateral ties
  39. Reuters: Oil rebounds on robust economic data, bargain hunting
  40. Temporary concussions subs would protect players - Sutton
  41. Japan Airlines to retire 777 planes with Pratt & Whitney engines
  42. Indian states seek widening of vaccination amid second COVID wave
  43. 'Humbled' Spieth ready 'for next step' at Masters
  44. Australia and New Zealand to start quarantine-free travel
  45. EU-Turkey: What's on the agenda as EU chiefs visit Ankara on April 6?
  46. Travel between Australia and New Zealand allowed from April 19
  47. New IMF reserves could fund vaccines in poor nations: Rockefeller
  48. N Korea not to participate in Olympics over COVID-19 concerns
  49. Front pages of Iran’s English dailies on April 6
  50. SEE IT! Deputies rescue Florida woman from ex-boyfriend who drove from Connecticut to kill her