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  1. Walking Dead Money! Yield Curve Continues To Steepen
  2. Turkey asks Egyptian media to limit criticism: TV channel owner
  3. Serbian Gyms Protest Tougher COVID-19 Restrictions
  4. Covid-19: UK death rate figures and the woman raising her siblings
  5. GroupM: Google, Facebook, and Amazon "triopoly" grew its share of US digital ad market from 80% in 2019 to 90% in 2020, and now collects 50%+ of all US ad spend (Wall Street Journal)
  6. The Twin Tyrants Wrecking New York
  7. Covid: Germany warns of 'exponential' rise in coronavirus cases
  8. Uzbek President Says Secretive Retreat Uncovered By RFE/RL Report Is For VIPs
  9. Shaman Who Sought To 'Drive Putin From Kremlin' Found 'Mentally Unfit' By Court
  10. Dying For A Dose Of Putin? With Sagging Ratings, Russian President Holds Mask-Optional Rally
  11. Mexican president thanks Biden for COVID-19 shots loan
  12. AstraZeneca vaccinations resume in Europe
  13. Comic Relief 2021: Mentor for young men shares bullying struggle
  14. Celtic: No Celtic guard of honour for champions Rangers
  15. Greek bull figurine unearthed after heavy downpour
  16. Life Coach Tony Robbins and Grandson of Viktor Frankl Developing ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’ Film About Holocaust Experiences, Survival Methods
  17. Hamas Celebrates a Terror Attack on Purim, 1992
  18. Columbus Man who Harassed Jewish Neighbors with ‘Hitler’ Taunts Charged with Federal Hate Crime
  19. FBI Says Atlanta Spa Killings Not Racially Motivated
  20. COVID-19: Ukraine updates list of red, green zone countries
  21. Ukraine to continue large-scale privatization campaign – Zelensky
  22. O'Driscoll says Six Nations rivals envious of Wales' 'unquantifiable quality'
  23. Fire at Saudi Arabia oil facility after drone attack
  24. In historic first, Roma included as ethnicity on UK census
  25. Now That Biden Is President, Dem Rep Claims It’s Not ‘Appropriate’ For Journalists To Cover Border Facilities…
  26. Syria’s medical workers are still fighting for justice
  27. BBC Burmese journalist Aung Thura was detained while reporting, along with local reporter Than Htike Aung; 40 journalists have been arrested since February 1 (BBC)
  28. Zelensky backs limitations on electricity imports from Russia, Belarus
  29. Dr Richard Freeman: Ex-British Cycling and Team Sky chief struck off medical register
  30. Israeli 4D Radar Developer Arbe Robotics Headed to Nasdaq Via SPAC Merger
  31. Parents of Slain US Teen Appeal to Biden to Pressure Jordan to Extradite Jerusalem Terrorist
  32. The Fed, women entrepreneurs and the Kardashians’ long goodbye
  33. SC Democrat Authors Bill Banning Gender Reassignment Surgery for Children
  34. Tara Reade Rips Biden and the Media
  35. Biden’s “Tough Guy” Interview Moment Puts U.S. in Tough Situation, May Cause Irreversible Damage
  36. Media is Desperate to Call Everything White Supremacy, Refuses to Let Facts Get in the Way
  37. Facebook Says It Will “Limit” the Reach of Groups That Break Its Rules
  38. More Victories for Florida, DeSantis as School Data Shows Lowered Coronavirus Activity
  39. U.S. Planning to Send Four Million Doses of AstraZeneca Vaccine to Mexico, Canada
  40. Mexico Implements Travel Curbs at Both Its Northern and Southern Borders
  41. Ford to Move Production of New Product to Mexico Instead of Ohio Plant
  42. UN Security Council Condemns Military Escalation in Yemen’s Marib Province
  43. Finland Catches China Trying to Spy on Its National Parliament
  44. 10-Year Treasury Yields Climb to 14-Month High
  45. Apple Sued for Allegedly Exploiting “Monopoly Power” in the App Store
  46. Trump Voters Are the Most Likely to Leave Their Homes in the Pandemic Era
  47. EU must renew migrant deal with Turkey 'as soon as possible'
  48. Infectious disease expert speaks up for immediate nationwide lockdown
  49. Turkish police detain pro-Kurdish HDP officials, rights activist
  50. Scotland’s First Minister ‘misled’ parliament over Salmond allegations