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Saudi Arabia rejects U.S. intelligence report on Khashoggi's killing: statement

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Delhi: A 17-year-old boy admitted to AIIMS Trauma Centre after being beaten up and stabbed by 3 boys in Kalkaji area when he allegedly objected to them following his sister and passing indecent remarks. Case registered, further investigation is underway.

The FBI has identified a suspect it's focusing on in the death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, according to law enforcement officials

Lady Gaga's French bulldogs found after being stolen at gunpoint

Flashback to @RepKatiePorter  challenging big bank CEO Jamie Dimon to pay his workers a living wage by literally showing him the math

Tiger Woods recovering, in 'good spirits' after follow-up procedures: tweet

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231 million people around the world have received a Covid-19 vaccination. Here's the latest on the pandemic this week ➡️

Hundreds of thousands of farmers in India have been protesting for months against new farming laws they say will hurt them. But the government says it will improve agriculture. So why aren’t they on the same page? #AJStartHere  explains 👇

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Scoops of the Day

BTS Were Once Again The Subject Of Racist On-Air Remarks—And Received A Pathetic Non-Apology

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved of an operation to capture or kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was murdered in 2018, according to a declassified U.S. intelligence report

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"Is the only difference between Trump bragging about saving MBS' ass, and Biden acting as if he has no choice but to save MBS' ass... the words surrounding the decision?" - @jaketapper  on the US announcing no sanctions for the Saudi Crown Prince over Jamal Khashoggi's murder

Very good piece on how the blackouts in Texas last week were a direct result of the state government/regulators subservient relationship to the energy companies

“I want to thank everybody who supported me," Activist Nodeep Kaur said on being released on bail from Karnal jail

Shamima Begum: IS bride should not be allowed to return to the UK to fight citizenship decision, court rules

Top Hong Kong university cuts ties with student union over national security concerns

I came to Mumbai in 1958, studied till 10th here. In 1986, I learnt rickshaw driving & have been living in it for 23 years. After my 2 sons passed away, I & my wife decided to educate our grandchildren. We work for them: 74-year-old autorickshaw driver Deshraj Jyot Singh

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Scoops of the Week

A UN Security Council-imposed arms embargo on the Myanmar junta would signal to the millions of people marching in the streets of Myanmar, risking everything for democracy and freedom, that they are not alone in this struggle. The world stands with them.

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More Americans have died from Covid-19 than did on the battlefields of World War I, World War II and the Vietnam War combined.

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Breaking. @POTUS  will order flags at half-staff for five days in memory of 500,000 Americans lost to the covid pandemic.

NEW: There are some disastrous aspects of what went wrong with security on Jan. 6, but it all seemed to culminate in this 2:28 p.m. conference call, when the Pentagon heard pleas for help — and didn't respond for hours. Per Sund:

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A #California  program intended to improve #COVID_19  #vaccine  availability to people in hard-hit communities of color is being misused by outsiders who are grabbing appointments reserved for residents of underserved Black and Latino areas.

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BACK IN THE WATER: Thousands of previously cold-stunned sea turtles are being returned to the Gulf of Mexico after volunteers in Texas rescued them from freezing temperatures amid two historic winter storms.

A telling moment. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to President Biden just now: "U.S. leadership has been sorely missed over the past years."

A 30-year-old Northern California man undergoing a mental health episode died days after police officers kneeled on the back of his neck for nearly five minutes to subdue him, lawyers for his family say

A wild and ailing sheep found in a forest in Australia, named Baarack by rescuers, has yielded a fleece weighing more than 35 kilograms - nearly half the weight of an adult kangaroo - after being shorn for the first time in years

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