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  1. Ukraine takes Russia to European Court of Human Rights over alleged assassinations
  2. Biden* To Conduct First Presidential Meeting With Trudeau Virtually…
  3. Suspect in car bomb killing of Maltese journalist changes plea to guilty
  4. Ex-chief of Capitol police tells Congress he did not see report warning of ‘war’
  5. Fauci Fatigue Is Setting In
  6. 'Doesn't Matter If You're Red Or White': Russians Recreate Key Civil War Battle
  7. Set in Hasidic Brooklyn, Supernatural Horror Film ‘The Vigil’ Tackles Jewish Mysticism and Faith
  8. Millions of high-grade NHS masks withdrawn over safety concerns
  9. Watch: Guatemalan player hits himself with object thrown onto pitch
  10. Seattle Orders $4 per Hour Extra for Essential Workers Causing More Company Closures
  11. Moldova court rules against presidential decree on new government
  12. World Bank threatens to halt funding for Lebanon’s COVID jabs
  13. Egypt: At least nine people killed in shipwreck near Alexandria
  14. Clashes Reported In Southeastern Iran After Fuel Smugglers Killed
  15. Q&A with Spotify's Daniel EK on growing the number of creators on the service and engaging with them, podcast success metrics, Clubhouse, and more (Ashley Carman/The Verge)
  16. Spain marks 40 years since failed paramilitary coup attempt
  17. UK, US to achieve herd immunity in 2021, but not EU: Report
  18. Reporter Slams Biden Spokesman For Taking Credit For Trump Administration’s Russia Policy…
  19. Stock Alert: Yunhong CTI Gains 45%
  20. Georgian Police Storm Opposition Party Headquarters, Arrest Leader
  21. Ahmaud Arbery memorialised a year after killing sparked movement
  22. Can aircraft technology uncover mass graves in Bosnia?
  23. Hate Mail to French Jewish Parliament Member: ‘Soon the Camps Again’
  24. Missouri County Legalizes Arrest of Feds Who Try to Violate Second Amendment Rights
  25. Tucker Carlson Reacts to LinkedIn’s Racist “Anti-Racist” Training Sessions
  26. The Democrat’s Coronavirus Lockdown Regime May Come Crashing Down in April
  27. Covid-19: Strong case for full return to school by 8 March, says Peter Weir
  28. Bobby Copping: Former Peterborough defender on retiring at 19 after heading a ball
  29. Exclusive: RFE/RL Probe Reveals Secret Mountain Resort Built For Uzbek President
  30. Greece: Over 5,000 university students gather outside courthouse over campus security law
  31. In a first, internet bypasses TV as main news source for Ukrainians
  32. Armenia protests: PM Pashinyan faces fresh calls to quit
  33. Boris Johnson Lays Out Roadmap for Ending Coronavirus Lockdown in UK, but Makes No Promises
  34. Who Knew? Harvard Claims Reparations Would’ve Reduced Coronavirus Deaths
  35. Flier Beware: Forbidden Airspace Covers Secretive Uzbek Resort
  36. 'Our Father's Dacha': How An Uzbek Activist Sniffed Out The President’s ‘Secret’
  37. Ukraine Takes Russia To European Human Rights Court Over 'Targeted Assassinations'
  38. COVID-19 infects 8,330, kills 91 in Iran in 24 hours
  39. Iran begins restricting international inspections of nuclear facilities
  40. Conservationists warn flamingos vulnerable lead poisoning in Cyprus salt lake
  41. Earl of Strathmore jailed for sex attack at Glamis Castle home
  42. US recent measures ‘utterly insufficient’
  43. Fake news poses a threat to national product
  44. Medvedchuk sanctions: Luxurious $200 mln yacht not on list
  45. Will fans be at 'Rumble on the Rock' for Whyte v Povetkin?
  46. Afghan peace talks resume in Doha as US reviews Taliban deal
  47. Rouhani felicitates Japan's PM, Emperor on National Day
  48. Zionist regime to pay price for its miscalculations: Cmdr.
  49. Cmdr. warns Arab allies of US over Soleimani assassination
  50. Covid in Scotland: Plan to ease lockdown restrictions to be unveiled