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  1. Analysis of 10 Beltway insider newsletters during February: at least one was sponsored by Facebook, Google, Amazon, or lobbying group American Edge every day (Gilad Edelman/Wired)
  2. Hashd al-Sha’abi thwarts ISIL attack in Samarra
  3. Week's balance: Cabinet reports on year's work, launches cheap mortgage campaign, while NBU raises key rate
  4. Bilkis Dadi of Shaheen Bagh, a modern-day Rani Ki Jhansi
  5. Are We Back to Sending Cash to Iran?
  6. Lightfoot’s Chicago: At Least 42 Chicago-Area Expressway Shootings So Far This Year
  7. Defense Secretary Austin: U.S. Will Do What Is Necessary to Defend Itself After Attack in Iraq
  8. UK PM Johnson: Britain Will Iron Out Technical Issues With EU
  9. PBS’ Alcindor Manages to Tell Truth for Once, Admits There’s a Border Crisis
  10. Brexit Bonanza: U.S. Suspends Tariffs on Scotch Whisky, Cheese, Pork and Machinery
  11. Biden Signs Executive Order to Expand “Voter Access”
  12. German MP resigns amid claims he used pandemic to enrich himself
  13. International Women's Day: Serena Williams reads reimagined version of Kipling's famous poem, ‘If'
  14. Vegas Economy Benefits as Coronavirus Regulations are Eased
  15. UK lockdown: 'Bored' landlady makes miniature version of own pub
  16. Russian Duma Speaker Attacks Facebook Over Blocked Articles
  17. BP staff set to work from home two days a week
  18. FDA Approves Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Trials On Infants
  19. International Women's Day: COVID putting millions of girls at risk of child marriage, UNICEF warns
  20. Constructing aircraft, sign of authority of Iran
  21. Hong Kong’s Lam welcomes electoral changes, hints at vote delay
  22. Deliveroo boss Will Shu: 'I was never into start-ups'
  23. Iranian naval chief lays out warning to 'destabilizing forces' - IRNA
  24. Covid: Bansky to auction Southampton hospital artwork for NHS
  25. ‘Repeat of what happened in Myanmar’: India detains 160 Rohingya
  26. Exposed: Fake news sites run by Russian intelligence spread misinformation about COVID vaccines
  27. Some popular YouTubers are building their own video sites, like Floatplane and Nebula, to help other creators publish and monetize niche video content (David Molloy/BBC)
  28. What is International Women’s Day for Black women?
  29. Meet the Polish teenager whose cosmetics website is helping women report abusive partners
  30. Iran has no direct or indirect contact with US
  31. Thai prosecutor indicts 18 over anti-government protests
  32. Covid-19: Schools back in England, and Covid fines for Rangers fans
  33. German court blocks intelligence agency’s plan to spy on far-right party
  34. Latest Houthi attack shows reach of Iran’s power
  35. Tehran to host 6th round of Iran-Uzbekistan political talks
  36. VIDEO: Holy shrine of Imam Musa al-Kazim blanketed with black
  37. Colourful Alley in Tehran
  38. Iran calls on ICRC to help end siege of Yemen
  39. What can football learn from cricket about equal prize money?
  40. Envoy hails Iran-Kazakhstan amicable ties throughout history
  41. China still 30 years from being a top manufacturer: Ex-minister
  42. 20 dead, 600 injured in Equatorial Guinea blasts (+VIDEO)
  43. Hashd al-Sha’abi thwarts ISISL attack in Samarra
  44. Nationwide strike in Myanmar as anti-coup campaign intensifies
  45. Headlines of Iranian Persian dailies on March 8
  46. Wut? Please tell me this is a deep fake and not the President
  47. Do you still want to be short USD after having seen this chart?
  48. Billionaire Mackenzie Scott marries science teacher
  49. Afghanistan conflict: US warns of new Taliban 'spring offensive'
  50. If You Need To Move Somewhere Before Everything Hits The Fan, You Need To Do It Now