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  1. Saving one of the world’s rarest toads from extinction
  2. Almost 100 and still dancing
  3. Pregnancy in lockdown: The babies born into a pandemic
  4. Celeste: How the UK singer made a 'secret' Oscars film song
  5. Mother's Day: How sustainable are the flowers you buy?
  6. Your pictures on the theme of 'I made this'
  7. Covid: Jet2 customer asked to pay £1,000 to change flight dates
  8. Windmill immortalised by Turner returns to glory on Isle of Wight
  9. Covid-19: Suffolk 'shipwreck find could be 'really rare'
  10. Bitcoin Surges To $60,000…
  11. File under: Awkward things the media won’t tell you about
  12. Wilfried Zaha has a right not to take a knee - Roy Hodgson
  13. Garden furniture shortage no picnic for retailers
  14. Aguero ends 14-month wait for league goal as Man City win at Fulham
  15. Unlike The $600 Stimulus Checks, $1400 Checks Are Not Protected From Seizure By Debt Collectors
  16. Hundreds hold a vigil in Yangon against coup and to honour victims
  17. Russian police detain dozens of opposition deputies at forum in Moscow
  18. Sources: Fox's free streaming service Tubi is planning to start funding original movies and TV shows; Roku and Pluto TV are also exploring original programming (Lucas Shaw/Bloomberg)
  19. Unlike The $600 Stimulus Checks, $1400 Checks Are Not Protected From Seizure By Debt Collectors
  20. Sarah Everard: Met criticised over Clapham vigil policing
  21. BREAKING: Yonkers, NY person barricaded in home fires at police
  22. Surveillance video released as police in Ontario search for car thieves
  23. Myanmar security forces continue deadly crackdown on coup protesters
  24. Safety precautions for astronauts following ammonia scare
  25. Actress strips on stage in rallying cry for culture at Cesar Awards
  26. 'Murray Walker we adore you' - Formula 1 legend in his own words and tributes from famous fans
  27. Astronauts work on International Space Station upgrades in spacewalk
  28. Jewish extremists attack Palestinian family, vandalize construction site
  29. PA, Arab League condemn opening of Czech office in Jerusalem
  30. BREAKING: Yonkers, NY person barricaded in home fires at police
  31. People in Thailand ride elephants to mark National Elephant Day
  32. Myanmar’s parallel gov’t promises ‘revolution’ to reverse coup
  33. IFJ report: 65 journalists and media staff killed in 2020
  34. Iranian Investigator Says Israel Likely Behind Attack on Container Ship
  35. Can the Quad effectively counter China’s influence?
  36. Four Killed, Two Wounded In Plane Crash In Kazakhstan
  37. I’d Much Rather Be In Florida…
  38. Unrest continues around Lebanese Parliament
  39. Six Nations 2021: England 23-20 France - highlights
  40. Everton 1-2 Burnley: Dwight McNeil hits stunning winner for visitors
  41. ECB Panicking Again That They’re Not Buying Enough Gvmnt Bonds To Cap Bond Yields?
  42. Breonna Taylor: Protest to mark anniversary of police killing
  43. Ex-Bolivian president taken for interrogation in coup probe
  44. COVID-19 hospitalization rate exceeded in Kyiv, seven regions – health ministry
  45. England 23-20 France: Maro Itoje try earns England Six Nations win at Twickenham
  46. Lukashenka Says Belarus May Submit New Eurovision Entry After Backlash
  47. What role could vaccine passports play in the pandemic?
  48. Project for planting 100,000 trees kicks off in Hamedan
  49. [Thread] A look at Facebook's PR tactics to push back against unflattering stories, including trying to overwhelm editors with lists of supposed factual errors (Gideon Lichfield/@glichfield)
  50. S&P: Ukraine may vaccinate less than 3% of population against COVID-19 in H1 2021