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Three children were among the 20 Palestinians that were killed when Israeli airstrikes hit the occupied Gaza Strip. Over 60 people were also injured.

"pink crocs" and "nicki minaj crocs" were breakout searches today after @NICKIMINAJ  was seen wearing them in her new photos

Officers who killed Breonna Taylor should not have fired their weapons, internal investigator finds

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT – As Israel celebrated ‘Jerusalem Day’, violence erupted at the Al- Aqsa mosque, Islam's third most sacred site

A teachers union leader just urged Fox News to help "stop misinformation" about vaccines. “I would hope that Fox says to all these people that don’t want the vaccines…‘Why don’t you and I do things together to get our kids back to school?'”

Jerusalem crisis: Pleas for calm as violence escalates

In Turkey, thousands rally to protest Israeli violence against Palestinians outside the Israeli embassy and consulate. Follow our LIVE coverage:

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Tesla's much-anticipated Cybertruck unveiled in New York

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Scoops of the Day

#NewsAlert | Bihar: Over 100 dead bodies of reported Covid fatalities dumped in Ganga. Details by Shyam.

Opinion: The biggest threat to America is the Republican break with reality

You would think that when a massive cyberattack forces one of America's TOP fuel pipelines to shut down, President Biden would be immediately notified ... Apparently not.

Instagram and Twitter removed dozens of posts and accounts with info about forced removals of Palestinians in #SheikhJarrah , say groups. Posts about Colombia’s protests were also removed. The companies say it was an “error” and restored them but users say some are still missing.

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Speak up. Risk position and privilege. Doesn't have to be on social media but it has to be somewhere. Write the letter. Sign the petition. Do it at work. Do it at home. War crime after war crime. #SaveSheikhJarrah  #GazaUnderAttack 

Maryland is the first state to issue a comprehensive set of pardons to the victims of lynching. Across the U.S., more than 4,000 Black people were lynched in acts of racial terror.

#Covid Panic In Bihar Town As Over 40 Bodies Wash Up On Banks Of Ganga

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Democracy activist Ko Mya Aye, imprisoned for the past three months, faces hate speech charges and possible two years in prison. Why? A Muslim activist, he sent an email to an ethnic group on "the importance of working together for federal democracy."

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INTERCEPTED: Terrorists recently fired another barrage of rockets from Gaza toward the Israeli city of Ashkelon. We intercepted the rockets with the Iron Dome Aerial Defense System, and are now striking Hamas terror targets.

MATERNAL BOND: Kiki the gorilla, a mother of five, shared a very tender moment with a woman visiting Boston’s Franklin Park Zoo with her 5-week-old baby.

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Scoops of the Week

A 10-story, 23-ton piece of a Chinese rocket will crash into Earth sometime over the weekend — but no one knows where.

LOOK: #DuterteDuwag  tops Twitter's trending list in the Philippines on Friday, May 7, as President Duterte backs out of a debate with retired Supreme Court justice Antonio Carpio. This comes after the President himself challenged Carpio to a debate on the West Philippine Sea.

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Half of Uttarakhand’s Covid deaths were post-Kumbh

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Celebrities from Elizabeth Taylor in the 1950s to Lisa of Blackpink and BTS in 2020 have brought high fashion to the airport. Though the pandemic paused that peacocking, it shows signs of returning.

The British Royal Navy and Royal Marines have tested out a jet suit developed by the company Gravity Industries. Gravity says its suit can fly up to 80 mph and climb to 12,000 feet in the air.

Ledell Lee was executed by lethal injection in Arkansas in 2017. Four years later, new DNA testing revealed that genetic material on the murder weapon — which was never previously tested — in fact belongs to another man, lawyers said.

"India Surviving Because Of Nehru-Gandhi" Family: Sena To Modi Government

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A Japanese town was given Covid-19 relief money. It spent $230,000 of it on a giant statue of a squid.

"They have guns but we have people." That sums up the current state of affairs in Myanmar as a broad popular revolt resists the junta's dictatorship. In Yangon, a musician and his sister have been filming this standoff for the past two months:

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