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The funeral of Prince Philip took place earlier today in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle This is how the day unfolded

This week anti-trans bills moved forward in: ▪️ Alabama ▪️ Arkansas ▪️ Arizona ▪️ Florida ▪️ North Dakota ▪️ Texas This is an assault on our bodies and our lives.

HAPPENING NOW: Curfew enforcement exercise by the police leaves motorists stranded along Thika Road. Some essential services providers such as ambulances having a hard time maneuvering through the snarl up. Video by Gloria Milimo, The Standard.

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

She was utterly alone. For many watching the proceedings from home, the sight of the newly widowed Queen Elizabeth II, who will turn 95 next week, was perhaps the saddest image of the day.

Czechs expel 18 Russian envoys, allege Russian link to ammunition depot blast

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In Brazil, an alarmingly high number of babies and children are dying of Covid-19.

Dressed in a face mask and in sombre black, it was the first time the monarch has been officially seen in public since the Duke of Edinburgh died eight days ago

Unsurprisingly, it’s called the America First Caucus.

A U.S. Sikh group is demanding probe of possible hate bias in a deadly Indianapolis FedEx shooting rampage

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Scoops of the Day

"I think what we learned today essentially seals the fate for Ontario. We're going to be triaging patients in Ontario's ICUs," Dr. Michael Warner says.

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

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

A highly motivated & radicalized youth namely Harpal Singh, resident of Punjab's Tarn Taran arrested for passing sensitive information to foreign intelligence agency: Delhi Police

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Some of our chief ministers told me that they were left with a few days of vaccines. They had no oxygen & they were running out of ventilators. But there has been a thundering silence on the part of the government: Congress Interim President Sonia Gandhi (1/2)

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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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Opinion | @Deanofcomedy : Beyond his despicable attempt to normalize white supremacy, Tucker Carlson is trying to convince white Americans that any gain a person of color achieves is a loss of white power. - @msnbc_breaking 

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Scoops of the Week

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

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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A Black police officer in Buffalo was fired for stopping a colleague using a chokehold on a handcuffed Black man. The other officer sued for defamation and was promoted. 13 years later, a court ruled Cariol Horne's firing was wrong, granting pension/backpay. 📷: Cariol's Law

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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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”.

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

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

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