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One person was hospitalized with critical injuries after a shooting at the Westroads Mall in Omaha, Nebraska, according to police

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

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province's public safety regulations will be amended to allow the use of playgrounds but the ban on outdoor gatherings will remain in place. The announcement on Twitter follows widespread criticism of the playground ban.

'Humility, clear vaccine strategy, income support' needed to contain Covid damage: Rahul Gandhi

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Putin critic Navalny could 'die within days', say doctors

Federal regulators warn against using Peloton treadmill if you have children at home after child dies

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‘I’m serving this country and this is how I’m treated?’ — Police pepper-sprayed this Army lieutenant during a traffic stop. Now he’s suing them for using ‘excessive force’ (warning: distressing images)

Michael Donald’s case was a turning point in civil rights history. See how his mother and her allies took down the KKK in the powerful conclusion of The People v The Klan, Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Erdogan’s ‘crazy’ canal project challenges Russia and threatens to shake up the region

So, basically, no one in Washington is in charge of dealing with the border disaster created by the Biden Administration. The solution is simple. Build the wall, reinstate the remain in Mexico policy, and enforce the immigration laws on the books.

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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

#BREAKING The US condemns sentencing of Hong Kong activists on 'politically motivated' charges

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Memo: It's been 100 days without Trump on Twitter. Democrats are breathing easier. Republicans are crying censorship. For everyone, a strange quiet has descended after a four-year bombardment of presidential verbiage.

Former Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne was fired after intervening when a white officer placed a Black suspect in a chokehold — now, 13 years later, a judge granted her back pay and pension benefits

‘Brazil’s businessmen should pray I return as president.’ Brazil’s former President@LulapeloBrasil  discusses if he plans to return to power and the ‘political persecution’ against him. Watch the full episode ➡️ [via ] @TalktoAlJazeera 

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NEW: Ontario gives police authority to stop vehicles, ask people purpose of travel

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"The people of Myanmar have been fighting for the life of our nation since the military...seized power." They will "not accept a return to military rule," especially now that the junta is "waging war on its own citizens."

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Missed opportunity: "Myanmar's junta released 23,184 prisoners from jails across the country on Saturday under a New Year amnesty...though few if any democracy activists arrested since a Feb 1 coup were thought to be among them" including Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Scoops of the Week

‘Great … put her in jail like they would do any one of us’ — Naisha Wright, in response to hearing that the officer who killed her nephew Daunte Wright has resigned

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

Heartbreaking. The young daughter of slain US Capitol police officer Billy Evans, wiping the tears of her mother and widow.

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JUST IN: India reports 185,000 new coronavirus cases, the biggest daily figure since the pandemic began.

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

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

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New: Suspect in the Indianapolis mass shooting which killed 8 was known to federal and local authorities prior to the attack. A family member had reached out to authorities warning about the suspect’s potential for violence. @evanperez  @ShimonPro  reporting

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

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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