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  1. Sanaa condemns recent Israeli aggression against Syria
  2. Chris Hedges: The Age of Social Murder
  3. Ian St John obituary: 'An iconic Liverpool figure who went on to illuminate TV screens'
  4. Conservation is failing communities who share space with wildlife
  5. َAbove 700 kg of illicit drugs busted in Iran's Saravan
  6. UK: Four plead not guilty in case of toppled slave trader statue
  7. Part-time return for all secondary pupils in Scotland from 15 March
  8. BBC Three will return to TV screens after six-year break
  9. Vinicius Junior rescues point for Real Madrid against Real Sociedad
  10. New Jersey Teen Pleads Guilty to Planned Vandalism, Conspiring With White Supremacists
  11. Avowed White Supremacist Gets 19 Years in Prison for Synagogue Bomb Plot
  12. Austria and Denmark Plan Vaccines with Israel to Bolster Slow EU Supply
  13. Major Canadian publisher Torstar is launching an online gambling site to fund its journalism, pending government approval (Jacob Lorinc/Toronto Star)
  14. CA Gov Newsom Dealt Dealt Another Blow By Supreme Court
  15. Mitt Romney Suffers Black Eye After Fall
  16. Ousted NY Times Reporter Says Journos are “Jackals Who Can Bite Your Arm Off”
  17. Biden Supports “Independent Review” of Cuomo Sexual Harassment Claims
  18. South Texas Judge and Three Others Face 150 Counts of Voter Fraud
  19. Golden Globes TV Ratings Tank
  20. Gov. DeSantis Unveils Bill to Target CCP Influence
  21. Rocket Lab Set to Go Public Through SPAC Merger, Develop Medium-Lift Rocket
  22. Palestinian’s Hamas to welcome setting up elections court
  23. Mercedes unveil Lewis Hamilton's 2021 Formula 1 car
  24. Press watchdog sues Saudi crown prince over Khashoggi killing
  25. Prominent Russian Rights Group Shuts Down Over 'Foreign Agent' Laws
  26. Austria breaks rank with EU to make vaccines with Denmark, Israel
  27. Over 4,900 Ukrainians vaccinated against COVID-19 since launch of campaign
  28. Another US logistics convoy targeted in central Iraq: report
  29. Iraq army launches operation against ISIL, al-Qaeda in Diyala
  30. COVID-19: 'Unrealistic' for pandemic to be over by year-end, says WHO
  31. Profile of Democracy, a 15-year-old quarterly with 500 subscribers that incubated many of Biden team's policy ideas, publishing essays by six Cabinet officials (Marc Tracy/New York Times)
  32. Migrating flamingos turn Mumbai lakes into 'sea of pink'
  33. Ant Middleton axed by C4 over 'personal conduct'
  34. Trump quietly received Covid vaccine in Jan.
  35. Esteghlal dismisses head coach Fekri
  36. England opener Beaumont tops ODI batting rankings
  37. Privacy fears as India’s gov’t schools install facial recognition
  38. Nigerian governor says 279 kidnapped schoolgirls are freed
  39. Human rights defenders continue to be killed with impunity
  40. Gorbachev At 90, Looking Back At A Career That Changed History
  41. Armenian PM Proposes Snap Elections Amid Rival Political Rallies
  42. Taiwan opposition chief in no rush for China meeting
  43. Third woman accuses NY governor Cuomo of sexual harassment
  44. Covid-19: Extra £400m for arts sector, and France to give Oxford jab to older people
  45. Untamed Wild
  46. Covid-19: NI's lockdown exit plan due to be published
  47. Erupting Indonesian volcano covers villages in ash
  48. Twitter cracks down on COVID vaccine misinformation with strike system
  49. Sir Keir Starmer's critics in Labour become increasingly vocal
  50. ASEAN set for talks with Myanmar military as crisis escalates