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  1. Gov. DeSantis: Florida Curriculum Will Exclude Critical Race Theory
  2. Kenyan court upholds ban on female genital mutilation
  3. New Poll Details Israeli Voters’ Picks for Next Government: Netanyahu for PM, Bennett for Defense, Sa’ar for Foreign
  4. How North Korea Once Tried to Destroy the Olympics — and Failed
  5. Japan confirms intention to partake in Ukraine military exercises
  6. BREAKING: Russia Cuts Diplomatic Ties With America And Recalls Its Ambassador…
  7. Two Chauvin jurors dropped after record $27m Floyd settlement
  8. Iran Aviation Body Says Air Defense Mistake Caused Shooting Down Of Ukraine Airliner
  9. A Century Ago, The Treaty Of Riga Redrew The Map. It Still Reverberates Today.
  10. St Patrick's Day: Sobering milestone as Irish pubs closed for a second consecutive March 17
  11. BREAKING: Russia Recalls Washington Ambassador For Consultations
  12. DHS Chief Refuses to Call Border Crisis a Crisis During House Hearing
  13. Ex-Cop Says Chechen Police Tortured And Killed With Impunity
  14. U.S. Expands Russia Restrictions Over Poisoning Of Kremlin Critic Navalny
  15. Iran Begins Uranium Enrichment With More Advanced Centrifuges
  16. What are the real reasons behind France's slow vaccine rollout?
  17. Over Half Of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Have Occurred In The Tolerant State Of California…
  18. Covid-19: EU warns UK over vaccine exports
  19. Tinder to offer pre-date background checks to its users
  20. Some Capitol riot suspects are on a PR blitz, with The Gateway Pundit and other right wing media depicting them as innocent victims (Will Sommer/The Daily Beast)
  21. Disney to reopen California parks a year after COVID closed them
  22. Biden wants to gain concessions by putting pressure on Iran
  23. Tunisian president in Libya for talks with new unity government
  24. Attackers on trucks and motorbikes raid Mali base, kill 33 troops
  25. Man suspected of killing eight in Georgia ‘may have sexual addiction’
  26. Millions of payment holidays granted to borrowers during year of lockdowns
  27. Europe's top court rules French way of catching songbirds is illegal
  28. Myanmar has endured more than a month of nightly internet shutdowns
  29. Covid: EU plans rollout of travel certificate before summer
  30. Summer navigation: Lufthansa Group to triple flights from Ukraine
  31. Blood clot cases ‘very rare’, says World Health Organisation vaccines expert
  32. Covid in Europe: Vaccine suspension hits rollout as cases rise
  33. Eight Killed, Including Six Women of Asian Descent, at Shootings at Atlanta Day Spas
  34. Nicola Sturgeon 'refutes' MP's claims about Alex Salmond row
  35. 1 in 4 in Congress Haven’t Gotten Vaccinated
  36. Brussels Prepares To Introduce “Vaccine Passports” To Save European Tourism Industry
  37. Analysis of New York Times' A/B tests of its headlines, which often use dramatic, emotionally-charged language to boost engagement (TJCX)
  38. Dutch election: Is online sexism holding women back from becoming MPs?
  39. SSP taps shareholders for £475m as sales remain slow in airports and stations
  41. A secret operation to reunite Yazidi women and children after genocide
  42. 'I do,' says US President Joe Biden when asked if he thinks Vladimir Putin is 'a killer'
  43. UN Sustainable Development Goals: How Companies Stack Up
  44. Here Comes Bitcoin’s Big Test: The Empire Strikes Back
  45. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY AMERICA! It’s One Year After 15-Days To Slow The Spread (And A Year Of Democratic Lies And MSM Coverup).
  46. Michaela Coel's 'electrifying' I May Destroy You wins at RTS Awards
  47. Sharon Osbourne 'may not return to US talk show' as race row escalates
  48. Ukraine becomes UK's major exporter of snails
  49. What it Takes to Join Seal Team 6
  50. U.S. Lawmakers Look to Boost Foreign Affairs Budget by 20 Percent, With Eye on China