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  1. Great: Michelle Obama Considers Retirement From Public Life
  2. Jess Phillips lists UK women killed in last year
  3. Home Office tests web-spying powers with help of UK internet firms
  4. Roku will premiere its first exclusively licensed series on March 19 on the Roku Channel as it begins a big push into exclusive and original programming (Todd Spangler/Variety)
  5. Pakistani court orders TikTok banned over ‘obscene content’
  6. Tanzania President John Magufuli ‘in India with COVID-19’
  7. Please start buying and backing up physical media. The purge is coming.
  8. Institutional Crypto Trading on Coinbase Reaches Record Volume
  9. The 2020 COVID Crash Appears it was a Manipulation
  10. The paid accounts on twitter are currently being exposed, and the progressives are turning on them. Welcome to the fight friends, care to learn some more about how the establishment invests millions into influencing the narrative on social media?
  11. US jobless claims fall to 712,000 as recovery picks up pace
  12. Fiorentina 0-5 Man City (0-8 agg): Gareth Taylor's side sail into Women's Champions League quarter-finals
  13. Pelosi: 4th Covid Bill ‘Most Consequential Piece of Legislation’ In Our Lifetime…
  14. COVID-19 has weakened the case for the European Union, Euronews survey reveals
  15. Jailed Belarusian Vlogger Syarhey Tsikhanouski Faces 15 Years As Final Charges Delivered
  16. Peak Insanity In The Markets
  17. Double Whammy! Rising Mortgage Rates And Limited Inventory For Sale
  18. Equalities minister Kemi Badenoch urged to quit over LGBT+ stance
  19. ‘Toe the line’: Belarusian Eurovision song entry riles opposition
  20. Ban on Afghan schoolgirls singing in public slammed
  21. Two teenagers probed for murder after girl, 14, drowned near Paris
  22. The Hebrides' wild swimming 'real-life' mermaid
  23. Oxford-AstraZeneca: Denmark suspends vaccine 'as a precaution'
  24. Biden to Deliver First Primetime Address to Nation Since Taking Office
  25. US Military Trains AI to Identify Faces in the Dark!
  26. Michigan Governor Whitmer Faces Possible Criminal Charges For Nursing Home Deaths!
  27. $100 Billion Pours Back Into Value Investments
  28. Now the Tax Code Is Racist, Says Businessweek Cover Story
  29. Biden Executive Order Makes Transgender Surgery Free for Members of the Military
  30. Europe’s Disastrous Migrant Crisis Foretells The Effects Of Biden’s Border Policies
  31. Dozens Detained In Minsk Amid Crackdown On Anti-Lukashenka Protests
  32. Amid Nuclear Standoff, Who's In The Running To Take The Reins In Iran?
  33. Jewish lobby in US welcomes Biden 1st sanctions against Iran
  34. Russian Lawmakers Approve Initial Reading Of Bill Allowing 'Accidental' Corruption
  35. The garment industry is ignoring the plight of its workers
  36. Sarah Everard vigil planned as women share concerns
  37. Myanmar military using systematic deadly force, warns Amnesty International
  38. Britain’s most affordable towns for home buyers revealed
  39. Private equity giants CVC completes deal for share in Six Nations
  40. Countering drone threats: Israel & UAE well positioned to lead the way
  41. Anti-Graft NGO Accuses Serbian State Media Of Campaign Against Investigative Reporter
  42. Amnesty denounces Saudi court’s upholding al-Hathloul’s sentence
  43. Brit Awards: Griff, Pa Salieu and Rina Sawayama nominated for rising star prize
  44. Wartime love letters discovered under Scarborough hotel floorboards
  45. China approves plan to veto Hong Kong election candidates
  46. Seven dead in Myanmar as Amnesty accuses army of ‘killing spree’
  47. Jordan blocking Netanyahu from flying to UAE
  48. Man who lost daughter in Japan tsunami to run in Olympic torch relay
  49. Study: Caliphate is an example of performative journalistic transparency that concealed issues, like a lack of editorial oversight, that doomed the project (RQ1)
  50. Donbas war update: Ukraine reports one KIA on March 10