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ASEAN will let Myanmar junta chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing attend a summit next week. The big question: will it legitimize him or treat him like the mass-atrocity criminal that he is and insist he stop -- and return power to the elected government.

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COVID-19: The party was in full swing on the first Saturday after a long lockdown

India reports 2,61,500 new #COVID19  cases, 1,501 fatalities and 1,38,423 discharges in the last 24 hours, as per Union Health MinistryTotal cases: 1,47,88,109 Active cases: 18,01,316 Total recoveries: 1,28,09,643 Death toll: 1,77,150 Total vaccination: 12,26,22,590

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Hey @jack  What happened to @Twitter’s “hacked materials” policy you used as the excuse for locking the @nypost  account for 2 weeks over the Hunter Biden laptop story that you ended up admitting wasn’t hacked 😜

There is a legit slap fight going on now. Officiated by Ric Flair. This is wild.

#COVID19: At 2.6 lakh, cases jump 11.5%, first two-digit spike in 4 days Read:

Scientists have developed a light-reflecting "ultra-white" paint, which they say could negate the need for air conditioning and even reduce carbon emissions, if used on a mass scale

The U.S. and China, the world’s two biggest carbon polluters, have agreed to cooperate with other countries to curb climate change, just days before President Biden hosts a virtual summit of world leaders to discuss the issue.

What a race-baiting moron. Chris Cuomo: Police reform comes when “white people’s kids start getting killed”. They ARE getting killed. There just aren’t riots every time. And what about cops getting killed? No riots there either.

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Scoops of the Day

New emergency orders announced yesterday to help limit the spread of Covid-19 are now in effect. The Toronto Police Service will continue to engage, educate and enforce, but we will not be doing random stops of people or cars. 1/2

Closing outdoor spaces in Ontario ‘will make the problem worse,’ epidemiologist says

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A 74-year-old Black woman is suing after three police officers, she says, barged into her home without a proper warrant. Ruby Jones filed an excessive force lawsuit, claiming racial bias.

#WATCH | Facility set up by DRDO in Delhi — to have all oxygen beds, large number of ventilators, zero charges, basic testing facilities, air-conditioning as per WHO standards and if there is Neuro or cardiac case, then the patient will be referred to AIIMS. #COVID19 

2/2 We can all do our part for the health & safety of everyone. The Toronto Police Service will continue to engage and enforce equitably and effectively, recognizing always that we must inspire public trust.

In an important step for inclusive governance, half of the ministers in the National Unity Government appointed by Myanmar's opposition CRPH -- 13 of the 26 -- are members of the country's ethnic minorities (though some are omitted). Eight are women.

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The National Anthem is sung by the choir inside St George's Chapel, Windsor, as Prince Philip's funeral service draws to an end

BREAKING: India has reported over 260,000 new daily coronavirus cases and almost 1,500 deaths, the highest since the pandemic began.

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Scoops of the Week

Viral video of Boris Johnson ‘lying to parliament’ approaches 10 million views

Most of the world is distancing itself from the brutal Myanmar military as it shoots hundreds of pro-democracy protesters. The Russian government is rushing to sell it arms.

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BTS Member Suga Hits A Major Milestone On YouTube With His Solo Single ‘Daechwita’

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D.C. Police requested backup at least 17 times in 78 minutes during Capitol riot

Project Veritas Founder@JamesOKeefeIII  has announced he intends to sue CNN for defamation – saying “we believe we can win” hours after releasing bombshell videos of a director saying the network uses “propaganda”.

The new series of #ThisTime  with Alan Partridge begins on Friday 30 April at 9.30pm on @BBCOne .

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US police and public officials donated to Kyle Rittenhouse, data breach reveals

LOOK: Another community pantry opens in front of a call center office in Barangay Batong Malake, Los Baños, Laguna. Photos from Ja Abdel/Facebook

#BREAKING : Police in Ontario can now stop and ask anyone on street or in cars as to why they are not at home, and ask for their address. #onpoli 

Daunte Wright's mom: "The last few days, everybody has asked me what we want ... Everybody keeps saying justice ... There's never going to be justice for us. Justice would bring our son home ... So justice isn't even a word to me. I do want accountability. 100% accountability."

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