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  1. EU Set to Sanction More Iranians for Rights Abuses, First Since 2013, Diplomats Say
  2. Sports media startup Buzzer secures rights to stream short snippets of live action from NHL games and PGA golf on phones for 99 cents apiece (Benjamin Mullin/Wall Street Journal)
  3. Taba Crossing to Sinai Reopens After Year of COVID-19 Closure
  4. Ra’am Official: We Will Support a Netanyahu Coalition ‘From Outside’
  5. US State Department Human Rights Report Returns to Using ‘Occupied’ Territories
  6. Values over vaccines? The story of COVID jab diplomacy in Eastern Europe
  7. Moscow regrets expulsion of Russian diplomats from Italy
  8. England U21 job 'utterly impossible' says manager Boothroyd
  9. Buttigieg “Honored” to Appear With VA Gov. Northam Less Than Two Years After Calling for Him to Resign
  10. Fight for Redo of Arizona GOP’s January Elections Heats Up
  11. U.S. Olympic Committee Releases Protest Guidelines – Allows Athletes to Raise Fists, Kneel During Anthem
  12. Overreaction or honesty? Why Scandinavia suspended AstraZeneca vaccinations
  13. Univision reports Q4 revenue of $722.9M, up 4% YoY, and a loss of $39.1M, compared with a year-ago profit of $93.9M (Hollywood Reporter)
  14. US: Suspect in NYC attack on Asian American woman arrested
  15. Consumer Confidence Hits One-Year-High
  16. “Million Maskless March” Event Planned in Florida
  17. 21 Dem Senators Push Biden to Implement Recurring Stimulus Checks
  18. China Approves Sweeping Electoral Shakeup in Hong Kong, Further Erodes Country’s Freedoms
  19. Pat Buchanan: Autocracy vs. Democracy or China vs. America?
  20. Salena Zito: Chris Frye Is Helping Stage New Castle’s Comeback
  21. Kyiv mayor reports 1,100 new COVID-19 cases, 35 fatalities
  22. Russia registers ‘world’s first’ COVID-19 vaccine for animals
  23. New ADL Study Reveals 63 Percent of US Jews Have Experienced or Witnessed Antisemitic Incident
  24. The joke is on Volkswagen after April Fool’s name change debacle
  25. Pedal bike theft claims have jumped by 66%, says insurer
  26. Lloyd’s of London faces hit of more than £6.2bn for pandemic claims
  27. VIDEO: Highlights of Iran-Syria friendly
  28. Turkmen Exile Group Says Activists Arrested Over Anti-Government Leaflets
  29. Rouhani: ‘No serious efforts’ from US to revive nuclear deal
  30. China demands secrecy in its loans to developing countries: Study
  31. U.S. State Dep. releases report on human rights violations in Ukraine
  32. Macron, Merkel call on Russia to stabilize ceasefire in Donbas
  33. Brother of Honduran president gets life in US jail in drug case
  34. US embassy staff leaving Myanmar amid risk of civil unrest
  35. Three finger salutes at Myanmar funerals
  36. Iran launches operation to fight swarms of desert locusts
  37. Land dispute drives new exodus in Ethiopia’s Tigray
  38. ‘Heart of Asia’ stresses need for ceasefire in Afghanistan
  39. The diabetes epidemic is already upon us - can technology save us?
  40. COVID-19: Over 11,200 new cases reported as of March 31, daily deaths hit new high
  41. Reuters: Oil rises on expectations OPEC+ will maintain supply discipline
  42. Watergate mastermind G Gordon Liddy dies aged 90
  43. ‘It wasn’t right’: Witness confronts policeman over Floyd death
  44. Envoy to Brussels warns over possibility of ISIL resurgence
  45. Chinese hackers used Facebook to target Uighur activists with malware
  46. American spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard gives rare interview to Israeli newspaper
  47. Bulgaria confirms arrest of six-member spy-ring allegedly working for Russia
  48. Israel behind mysterious attacks on Iranian oil tankers, report claims
  49. Pandemic unemployment leaving more without health insurance
  50. Macron, Merkel Discuss Navalny, Possible Vaccine Cooperation With Putin