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BREAKING: U.S. House votes 219-212 to approve $1.9T Covid-19 relief package; bill moves to the Senate, where a provision increasing the federal minimum wage is expected to be stripped following a ruling by the Senate parliamentarian.

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Just hours after Myanmar's own ambassador to the UN makes an extraordinary plea to the international community to restore democracy, "police in Myanmar have fired rubber bullets and made more than a dozen arrests to break up anti-coup protests."

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JUST IN: US House of Representatives passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package

The truth is that we see Congress party getting weak. That is why we have gathered here. We had gathered together earlier too and we have to strengthen the party together: Congress leader Kapil Sibal at 'Shanti Sammelan' in Jammu

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New Zealand's largest city Auckland back to lockdown after COVID-19 case

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$1,400 stimulus checks headed to Senate after House passes Biden's $1.9T relief package

DSS denies involvement in ‘attempted arrest’ of Sunday Igboho

A 1,270-square-kilometre iceberg – the size of New York City – separated from Antarctica on February 26. This is what it looked like 10 days before it broke away completely.

Captain Sir Tom Moore, we salute you. These four performers wrote this poem in memory of the veteran whose funeral is later today. 💖

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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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Kerala: Police used water cannons against BJP women's wing workers who were holding a protest in Thiruvananthapuram against alleged back door appointments by the State government.

'No smoking gun,' 'We are all Mohammed bin Salman,' say crown prince supporters

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A newly discovered version of the first on-screen kiss between two Black actors has surfaced at the National Library of Norway.

People in the UK aged 40-49 will be prioritised next for a Covid-19 jab, vaccine expert announces

Myanmar Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun's speech to the UN General Assembly denouncing the military's coup is so impressive that it is worth sharing in full. Please spread it far and wide.

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Scoops of the Week

Beijing pretends it stands with the people of Myanmar, but each night for more than a week unregistered flights have been transporting unknown goods and personnel from China to Myanmar. The junta "is trying very hard to hide the flights."

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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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The Biden @Transition46  is housing undocumented noncitizen children in the same facility Democrats described as "kids in cages" during the Trump Administration.

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

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