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  1. Who’s who in Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial
  2. Robinhood sued over 20-year-old American student trader’s suicide
  3. Covid-19: NHS app has told 1.7 million to self-isolate
  4. The Papers: Call to tighten borders and PM 'puts faith in Oxford jab'
  5. Blinken stops short of endorsing Trump recognition of Golan Heights
  6. CBO Says $15 Minimum Wage Would Reduce Poverty, But Cost Many Jobs (Which Also Creates Poverty)…
  7. Colombia to grant temporary protection to nearly 1m Venezuelans
  8. Amazing escape as Utah avalanche buries snowmobilers
  9. Mayor Pete Will Quarantine After Being In Contact With A Man Who Had COVID-19…
  10. New Bill Would Essentially Criminalize Private Gun Ownership in the United States
  11. COPS: Hot Dog & Pizza Joint Offered Several Ways To Get Your Fix
  12. Georgia State Officials Investigating Trump’s ‘Effort to Overturn Election Results,’ Spokesperson Says
  13. “The Journalistic Tattletale and Censorship Industry”
  14. Georgia State Officials Investigating Trump’s ‘Effort to Overturn Election Results,’ Spokesperson Says
  15. Editors of major UK papers, including Times, Guardian, and FT, sign a letter calling on UK to probe claims that a government FOI unit blacklisted journalists (openDemocracy)
  16. Honduran president target of US investigation, court filings show
  17. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala poised to become first woman to lead WTO
  18. Pork Products Deposited at Swiss Synagogues in Twin Antisemitic Incidents
  19. Canadian Jews Denounce ‘Obscene Abuse’ of Justice System as Alleged Nazi War Criminal Again Delays Deportation Hearing
  20. Actress Says Marilyn Manson Taunted Her With Swastikas, Details Antisemitic Abuse in Latest Allegations
  21. What explains the stunning decline in Covid-19 cases?
  22. Tennessee Genius Shot And Killed After He Ran At A Man With A Fake Butcher Knife As Part Of “YouTube Prank”
  23. Bayern Munich beat Al Ahly to reach Club World Cup final
  24. ‘This is what your life is’: Tom Brady, the GOAT?
  25. INTERVIEW: Is There Any Real Scientific Basis for the ‘Global Pandemic’?
  26. Former US Secretary of State George Shultz Fondly Remembered for Pivotal Role in Securing Freedom for Soviet Jews
  27. Biden* Canned The Space Race Almost Entirely, Now China May Get To Mars Before USA…
  28. WHO: Vaccine manufacturers will have to adjust vaccines to variants
  29. Murdoch's News UK TV will be streamed live and on-demand on multiple streaming platforms rather than over the airwaves when it launches in the spring (Charlotte Tobitt/Press Gazette)
  30. Facebook cracks down on anti-vaccine accounts amid COVID surge
  31. Social media firms 'must take accountability' over online racist abuse
  32. Charlie Cobb: ‘Protest is necessary… but it is not sufficient.’
  33. 'Pandora's Box' opened over UK-EU vaccine row, says Gove
  34. US top doctor says vaccination key to fighting COVID-19 variants
  35. S Africa looking to roll out AstraZeneca jab in ‘stepped manner’
  36. Russian COVID Deaths In 2020 Two Times Higher Than Earlier Estimate
  37. Norway approves Utøya memorial for victims of Breivik massacre despite local concerns
  38. Australian Open: Toilet break being refused leaves Shapovalov fuming
  39. Alaska GOP Sen. Shelby Won’t Run for Reelection in 2022
  40. Journo Complains Kayleigh McEnany “Abused” Reporters by Schooling Them
  41. Storm Darcy: Snowy fun, freezing dips and delays
  42. Jeff Flake Claims Trumpsim Is Over With…
  43. US has to return, implement its obligations: Zarif
  44. US Return To ‘Broken’ UN Human Rights Council Met With Skepticism By Human Rights Advocates
  45. Pluto TV launches in France with 40 original channels, making it the first free ad-supported TV streaming service to launch in the country (Elsa Keslassy/Variety)
  46. IDF Chief of Staff: We Are Operating in Enemy Territory ‘Almost Every Week’
  47. Israel Must Hit the ICC with Heavy Political Pressure
  48. How Biden Should Hold the ICC and Palestinian Leaders Accountable
  49. Winter weather causes chaos in Europe
  50. Trump lawyers: ‘Not a single word’ in speech led to Capitol riot