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  1. Hunter Biden Trades off The Presidency, Starts His Book Tour
  2. CNN Complains That Fox News Anchors Haven’t Posted Vaccine Selfies
  3. Beyond Direct and Indirect Approaches to Irregular Warfare
  4. There Are 470,000,000 Guns In America (And Sales Keep Going Up)
  5. We Must Recognize Reality With Beijing
  6. Wayne Allyn Root: What If the Next 9/11 Terrorist Attack Is Just Days Away?
  7. Michael Brown: Loving God with All Our Hearts and All Our Minds
  8. Jerry Newcombe: The Sabbath – A Gift from God
  9. India: Thousands join Hindu festival ritual bath as COVID surges
  10. Coronavirus: England's shops, gyms and hairdressers reopen
  11. Sources: Tencent Music, a joint venture with Spotify, gave up some licensing deals in recent months as it prepares for a Chinese antitrust investigation (Yuan Yang/Financial Times)
  12. Gas stocks shrink by 1.8% to 15.6 bcm over week
  13. Ukraine reports 14 new COVID-19 cases in armed forces as of April 12
  14. Dante Mullings: Four jailed over rival gang murder plot
  15. Joseph Siravo: The Sopranos and Jersey Boys star dies aged 64
  16. NHS Covid-19 app update blocked for breaking Apple and Google's rules
  17. COVID-19: Health ministry hopes for best possible format for Orthodox Easter events
  18. Greensill: Former PMs 'must never lobby government', says Gordon Brown
  19. Zionists should await response to act of sabotage: MP
  20. 'Eclipse' to go on screen at Côté Court Festival
  21. HSBC and Huawei CFO reach documents deal amid extradition case
  22. Tottenham to hold review after Son Heung-min suffers racist abuse
  23. US police kills a 20-yr black amid tensions over Floyd death
  24. US police officer accused of assaulting Black Army officer fired
  25. Infographic: How much do basic necessities cost in Lebanon?
  26. TCG spokesman: Minsk talks may be transferred to non-NATO country
  27. Donbas war update: Ukraine records six ceasefire violations on April 11
  28. Iran vows to replace damaged Natanz centrifuges
  29. Ecuador edges towards conservative banker in presidential vote
  30. COVID-19: Almost 8,000 new active cases reported as of April 12
  31. Covid-19: 'Behave responsibly' as lockdown eases and China 'vaccine efficacy low'
  32. There is link between AstraZeneca vaccine, blood clotting
  33. Iran’s Zarif blames Israel for Natanz incident, vows revenge
  34. Daunte Wright shooting: Protests near Minneapolis after police killing
  35. Tehran to resume flights to London next month: Official
  36. Prince Philip: The Vanuatu tribes mourning the death of their 'god'
  37. Pedro Castillo leads Peru’s presidential race: Exit poll
  38. Cyclone Seroja cuts power to thousands in Western Australia
  39. Front pages of Iran’s English dailies on April 12
  40. Israel behind explosion at Natanz nuclear facility - NYT
  41. China’s Alibaba promises to make life easier for smaller firms
  42. Covid-19: G7 nations 'should finance global vaccine scheme' - Brown
  43. Bangladesh to impose week-long air travel ban after COVID surge
  44. US logistic convoy targeted in Iraq's Saladin province
  45. Daunte Wright: Protesters Clash With Police Near Minneapolis After Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting
  46. Police officer fired after pepper-spraying black US army officer
  47. Guillermo Lasso: Conservative ex-banker elected Ecuador president
  48. Chinese official says local vaccines 'don't have high protection rates'
  49. Iran's Natanz Nuclear Site Hit By Suspected Israeli Sabotage
  50. Charlie Warzel announces he his leaving NYT Opinion to launch a new Substack called Galaxy Brain, aiming to forge a deeper relationship with readers (Charlie Warzel/Galaxy Brain)