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  1. Cyclone Seroja: Storm makes landfall in Western Australia
  2. Oxford Street: Wooing shoppers back to Europe's busiest high street
  3. The 'Iron Man' body armour many of us may soon be wearing
  4. UK eases COVID restrictions while much of mainland Europe grapples with surge in cases
  5. Forgotten man to England starter? How Lingard is driving West Ham towards the Champions League
  6. Vox Media says it's buying Cafe Studios Inc., which publishes podcasts including one hosted by ex-US attorney Preet Bharara; Café Studios will remain as a brand (Benjamin Mullin/Wall Street Journal)
  7. The Papers: Harry 'arrives in UK', and 'shutters come up'
  8. Israel appears to confirm it carried out cyberattack on Iran nuclear facility
  9. WATCH: Video shows fast food employee jump out of drive-thru window to assault customer over ‘discount’
  10. A California man was convicted of a federal hate crime for attempting to stab a Black man while on probation for another ‘racially motivated’ assault
  11. Army Officer Sues Virginia Police Over Violent Traffic Stop…
  12. ‘Left Handed’ ready to vie at intl. festivals
  13. Tesla: The Next Enron?
  14. Easy to support tax hikes when you don’t even pay the tax rates that are currently in place.
  15. Canada’s largest province hits new high of daily COVID infections
  16. Go inside the ‘Lost golden city of Luxor’ discovered by archaeologists in Egypt
  17. Dashcam Shows Horrific Shooting Of New Mexico Police Officer…
  18. Britain’s Chief Rabbi Pays Tribute to Prince Philip: ‘I Could See His Deep Interest in Jews and a Particular Connection to the Holocaust’
  19. Report: Leftist Podcaster Visited by California Police After Criticizing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Remarks on Israel
  20. Israel Soccer Association Calls for Peace and Unity After Roger Waters Urges Ban of Jewish State’s Teams
  21. Ukraine says soldier killed in shelling by Russia-backed forces
  22. UEFA Calls On Serbia To Investigate Alleged Match-Fixing
  23. Illinois man who tried to supply cell phone detonators to ISIS tells judge he’s a “big softy” and a “teddy bear”
  24. Several migrants found dead on boat off Spain’s Canary Islands
  25. Iran Says Natanz Atomic Site Blackout Is “Nuclear Terrorism”
  26. Bill to Ban Coronavirus Vaccine Passports in the U.S. Introduced
  27. KKL-JNF approves West Bank land purchases, pending final authorization
  28. Covid: Police 'regret' over halting church Good Friday mass
  29. Chilling video shows New Mexico cop’s shooting death during traffic stop
  30. Iranian documentaries to vie at Trento film fest.
  31. Bafta Film Awards 2021: Nomadland and Promising Young Woman win big
  32. Lobo Tiggre: The Four Horseman of the gold price apocalypse … Rick Rule: A commodity supercycle is coming …
  33. California Becomes First in the U.S. to Ban New Gas Stations… Bill Introduced to Ban Pumping own Gas in Illinois
  34. 5 DUMBEST things Americans are doing that make themselves more susceptible to catching and maybe dying from the upcoming Covid-19 virus mutations
  35. Gasoline prices in California approaching $4 per gallon
  36. Police investigate self-defense claim after 16-year-old boy fatally shot in Nashville
  37. FBI: High-powered laser puts U.S. Air Force crew at risk over Georgia
  38. Will brain-computer interfaces transform human lives?
  39. Teenage Anti-Gun Activist David Hogg Calls His Pillow Company Quits After Just A Few Short Weeks…
  40. America Has Made a Serious Mistake on UNRWA
  41. President Biden: Israel’s Friend or Foe?
  42. Iraq's national security advisor due in Tehran
  43. Zionist regime TV claims Mossad behind Natanz incident
  44. Vandoorne bounces back from disappointment to take Formula E Round 4 in Rome
  45. Rights reserved to act against Natanz incident perpetrators
  46. Prince Philip: How can Prince Harry attend the funeral?
  47. Iran Reports 258 Coronavirus Deaths, Highest Daily Toll Since December
  48. Images of Piton de la Fournaise volcano erupting in France's Reunion Island
  49. The Race Is on to Bring Saffron’s ‘Red Gold’ to Israelis
  50. Tel Aviv University Reveals Major Breakthrough in Battle Against Brain Cancer