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BREAKING: At 10.45 am WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange won his application to appeal to the UK Supreme Court. You can help fund his supreme Court appeal here: #FreeAssangeNOW 

BREAKING: President of Burkina Faso arrested by soldiers in apparent coup

Bitcoin tumbles to six-month low as Ukraine conflict fears shake markets

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Thierry Mugler, the genre-busting French designer who dominated European runways in the late 1980s and early ’90s, died on Sunday at 73. He was one of the main architects of an aesthetic that married S&M and high fashion.

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#BREAKING NATO allies sending planes, ships to enhance eastern Europe defence: statement

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U.S. orders embassy staffers' families to leave Ukraine amid Russian military buildup

A Delhi court orders to frame sedition charges against Sharjeel Imam, in connection with alleged inflammatory speechs made by him in Aligarh Muslim University, Uttar Pradesh and Jamia area in Delhi.

It is dangerous to assume that Omicron will be the last variant (of #COVID19 ), or that we're in the endgame: World Health Organisation (WHO)

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UAE forces intercept incoming missiles over Abu Dhabi

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Scoops of the Day

Ukraine receives second batch of U.S. weapons in Russian stand-off

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New Zealand announced on Sunday that it would impose its highest level of Covid restrictions across the country at midnight and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that her wedding would not be held in the coming weeks as planned.

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I want to remind them that their party (Shiv Sena) was not born at a time when BJP corporator was there in Mumbai. Till the time they were with us, they used to be number 1 or no 2 party but now they are at number 4: Former Maharashtra CM and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis

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EXCLUSIVE: Emails obtained by @RollingStone  expose an attempt to retroactively hand Arizona to Donald Trump — and reveal top Trumpworld figures were complicit

Today's last look: South Korea's anti-feminist movement—what's driving it & what it says about misogyny as a feature of right-wing politics around the world

'She's hardly someone who's obviously a Muslim.' Tory MP Michael Fabricant declares that Nusrat Ghani's accusation of Islamophobia is a 'lame excuse' for her sacking as it's 'not apparent' she is Muslim. @toryboypierce  | @Mike_Fabricant 

Please explain the ethics of refusing to provide Ukraine with military assistance right now? I honestly don't understand the moral position being staked out by some of our allies & independent analysts.

Poll finds 60 percent would vote against Biden if election was held now

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1 year ago today I shook 'Em Up in Abu Dhabi #PaidInFull 

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Scoops of the Week

Congratulations to Maisa Rojas, one of the authors of the latest #IPCC  #ClimateReport , for becoming Chile’s next Minister of the Environment. Read more from @DFinanciero  ➡️

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WATCH: Rep. Porter breaks down the President Biden's economic successes in his first year with her white board: "When you compare this to the G7," Rep. Porter says about America's 5.5% GDP growth, "none of them are even yet having positive GDP growth."

Natural immunity was six times stronger during the delta wave than vaccination, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

"This is our basic history and, unsurprisingly, today's Republicans want to make sure it's not what Americans learn in school," writes @BarrettPitner 

Support & stand with @HansrajMeena  Ji. #SSCGD18_ नियुक्ति_नहीं_तो_वोट_नहीं #RailwayMinister_SaveStudentsLife 

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YOU are cold. They have fur. Do not let inside.

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Beware those who water the gardens of hatred and war.

Pres Biden, in the longest news conference in presidential history, made news, pushed back on critics, called out lies, took responsibility for mistakes he believes he made, expressed surprise at GOP, talked foreign policy and didn't lash out on reporters. Quite the change.

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