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  1. Defector, the employee-owned site that began after a staff walkout at Deadspin, is doing surprisingly well and is financially self-sustaining six months in (Margaret Sullivan/Washington Post)
  2. EU considers sanctions on Russia, Myanmar
  3. US: South African COVID strain found in New York state resident
  4. Covid lockdown: 'We are burning through about £500,000 a day'
  5. France captain Ollivon one of five further players to contract coronavirus
  6. Covid vaccine: Confidential offer for HIV patients
  7. Outdoor sports to resume in England from 29 March, says vaccines minister Zahawi
  8. U.S. response to SolarWinds hack could go beyond sanctions – Biden's advisor
  9. Parl. law on IAEA inspections will be implemented: Vaezi
  10. South Korea agrees to partial release of blocked Iranian money
  11. EU foreign ministers to discuss Russia relations and sanctions at council meeting
  12. 'Our defenders don't seem to want to defend this season' - Lennon apologises after Celtic defeat
  13. Tanzania’s president admits country has COVID-19 problem
  14. In Pictures: Businesses shut as Myanmar protesters defy military
  15. India, China complete pull-back of troops from disputed area
  16. G4S suitor says £3.7bn bid will not be increased due to governance issues
  17. US approaches coronavirus death toll of 500,000
  18. "Pedophile pastor" case: Media learn details
  19. COVID-19: Over 3,200 new active cases reported as of Feb 22
  20. Is the International Atomic Energy Agency 'flying blind' on Iran?
  21. India, China complete troop pullout from disputed border
  22. Top Syrian chemical weapons scientist spied for CIA for 14 years, new book claims
  23. Belarusian, Russian Leaders Set To Meet As West Prepares To Ramp Up Pressure
  24. UN appeals for rescue of Rohingya adrift in Andaman Sea
  25. Iran's Khamenei decrees that female cartoon characters must wear hijab
  26. PS752 downing: Iran refusing to name suspects
  27. Iran to halt implementing AP as of Feb. 23
  28. Myanmar: Thousands defy junta's threats to protest military coup
  29. Headlines of Iran's Persian-language dailies on Feb. 22
  30. Front pages of Iran’s English-language dailies on Feb. 22
  31. Australia pulls health notices from Facebook after news blackout
  32. Rare visit to Israel by Egypt’s oil minister sends signals to Biden, Erdogan
  33. UN nuclear chief concedes Iran to grant ‘less access’ to inspectors at its sites
  34. Iran, IAEA reach temporary technical understanding: Statement
  35. Palestinian COVID vaccine plan faces large funding gap, World Bank says
  36. China 'Sexy tea' shop apologises for calling women 'bargains'
  37. Myanmar begins general strike in face of military threats
  38. Palestinian vaccine drive faces funding shortfall: World Bank
  39. New Zealand marks 10th anniversary of Christchurch earthquake
  40. Polls: Americans Disgusted With U.S. Political Machine & Big Tech - Want Third Party & Regulation
  41. Bitcoin keeps hitting new highs after Tesla backing
  42. United Airlines grounds planes after engine failure
  43. Over-The-Rhine: Is this a model for urban renewal or a warning sign?
  44. A “Biblical” Invasion Of Locusts Threatens To Cause Widespread Famine In The Horn Of Africa
  45. Meet the New President of the United States…Barack Obama
  46. Science Proves That Time Is Running Out For Humanity…
  47. Fifteen HARD lessons I learned from the “Texageddon” blackouts and collapse of critical infrastructure
  48. This is sick: U.S. Soldiers refusing to take the COVID vaccine are being threatened to be deployed.
  49. Don’t Just Blame The Greenies For The Crisis: It’s Central Economic Planning, Stupid!
  50. England care homes residents to be allowed one visitor from March