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  1. How cancer put me off joining Amazon union
  2. Inside the chemist made entirely out of felt
  3. The Zurich students living cheaply in a luxury hotel
  4. Foreign espionage at highest level since the Cold War, says Canada’s spy agency
  5. US political operative convicted for illegal lobbying has CIA links, newspaper claims
  6. Cambridge spy ring member gave USSR British royals’ pro-Nazi letters
  7. Jordanian news agency claims Mossad involvement in helping alleged coup plotter
  8. Wife of Italian spy for Russia says he was desperate for money due to COVID-19
  9. Oregon Will Keep Mask Mandate Permanently…
  10. Covid: Gig with no social distancing to be part of government pilot
  11. Prince Philip funeral: Duke of Edinburgh laid to rest
  12. Ontario Canada Turns Itself Into A Police State…
  13. Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 Sheffield United: Blades relegated after defeat
  14. Ukraine reports 93 new COVID-19 cases in armed forces as of April 17
  15. Sources: Hansjörg Wyss has withdrawn from bidding for Tribune Publishing; Stewart Bainum seeks new financing to pursue the ownership of the newspaper chain (Katie Robertson/New York Times)
  16. Prince Philip funeral: William and Harry seen chatting after ceremony
  17. FA Cup: If MOTD was a reality TV show... Lineker shows Richards the red card
  18. O'Sullivan wins as snooker fans return to the Crucible for World Championship
  19. Czech Republic Expels 18 Russian Diplomats Over Depot Blast; Searches For Skripal Poisoning Suspects
  20. Canada’s top court could be asked to rule if US safe for refugees
  21. Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny ‘could die at any moment’: Doctor
  22. Minnesota federal judge bars Minnesota state law enforcement from using force against journalists or ordering them to disperse while covering protests (Tony Webster/Minnesota Reformer)
  23. Talks to salvage Iran deal advance, IAEA confirms 60% uranium enrichment
  24. Putin critic Navalny could 'die within days', say doctors
  25. US senator says Washington should take first JCPOA step
  26. Lebanon faces tough Ramadan amid ‘insane’ food prices
  27. Ukraine expels senior diplomat of Russian embassy in Kyiv
  28. Czech Republic expels 18 Russian embassy staff for 'spying' in 2014 explosion case
  29. FA Cup: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City highlights
  30. Czechia expels Russian diplomats over 2014 ammunition depot blast
  31. Queen and Royal Family alone but for the gaze of the world
  32. Russian medics sound alarm over Alexei Navalny's blood test results
  33. Bolsonaro-Biden deal to protect the Amazon stalls amid pressure
  34. Indefatigable efforts continue to maintain JCPOA: Austrian FM
  35. Biden Says Iranian Enrichment to 60% Unhelpful, but Glad About Talks
  36. Minute of silence in London's Piccadilly Circus in homage to Prince Philip
  37. Myanmar military ruler to attend ASEAN summit in 1st foreign trip
  38. Billie Jean King Cup: Great Britain beat Mexico after Katie Boulter win
  39. A new era in Cuba?
  40. UK royal funeral: Prince Philip laid to rest in Windsor
  41. Profile of Rolfe Neill, Charlotte Observer publisher from 1975 to 1997, reflecting on when the paper had 260 journalists and on the future with a smaller staff (Rick Thames/Business North Carolina)
  42. Queen and royal family at funeral of Prince Philip
  43. Next week, the US cannabis industry is nearing its first major federal legislation milestone of the year. SAFE Act
  44. Still struggling massively to understand why the Fed is pursuing a multi-time easier monetary policy than after the financial crisis. Where did common sense go?
  45. David Einhorn Warns Of A Stock Market Crash: The Market Is Fractured And Will Break Completely
  46. Billionaire Who Shorted SUBPRIME Mortgages Says Real Estate is in Massive Bubble!
  47. It’s Official: US hedge funds dumping $100 bln of US treasuries
  48. Minute's silence ahead of service
  49. Prince Philip funeral: Royal Family members walk behind coffin
  50. In pictures: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh laid to rest at UK's Windsor Castle