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Delhi: Body of Intelligence Bureau Officer Ankit Sharma found in North East district's Chand Bagh area today.

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A Hindu flag was raised over a mosque in India’s capital after it was set on fire. #DelhiViolence  death toll rises to 20, as police are accused of looking the other way while Muslims are targeted.

Delhi violence matter in Delhi High Court: Court said that the CM and Deputy CM should also visit the affected areas for confidence-building among people. This is the time to reach out.

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JUST IN: South Korea reports 284 new coronavirus cases today

JUST IN: A 60-year-old man in Paris has become the first French national to die from the novel coronavirus

Watch | "During Vajpayee-ji's government...": Congress's Sonia Gandhi remembers former prime minister amid #DelhiViolence  crisis #CitizenshipAct 

For many female health workers on the front line in China, even things like menstruation have become an occupational hazard. Superiors — almost all men — said that they “lacked the spirit of devotion” after they sought help getting pads and tampons.

Hong Kong handout. Government to give HK$10,000 (US$1,280) handout to 7 million permanent residents in bid to boost an economy reeling from #coronavirus  outbreak

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WATCH: An explosion and a large fire erupted at a Los Angeles-area refinery late Tuesday.

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Scoops of the Day

CDC: The American ppl should prepare for the possibility that their lives may be disrupted b/c of coronavirus. Says ppl may have to stay home from work, schools and daycares may close. And ppl should make plans for how to handle that, now. (Telecommuting, child care plans.)

The most powerful selfie! It was an honour to share the frame with the two most powerful leaders in the world Prime Minister @narendramodi ⁩ and President @realDonaldTrump ⁩

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MISSING: Jaden Davis was last seen in the area of Picadilly and Canterbury Road near 8 Mile on Detroit's west side.

X1 fans refuse to stay silent over disbanded K-pop boy band as support goes from strength to strength

Thanks to Jimmy Fallon, @BTS_twt  fans finally have an answer to one of life’s enduring mysteries — what went on with the so-called black bean noodle incident

Iran's health minister appeared at a press conference profusely sweating but insisting Iran had coronavirus under control. Just a day later, he tested positive for coronavirus himself Read more on our live blog here:

K-pop band BTS joined "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon for a ride on New York City's subway, and performed their new song "On" in New York's Grand Central station.

Joe Biden Claims A Whopping 150 Million People Have Been Killed By Guns Since 2007

Bernie Sanders is not a European social democrat. He is an out-and-out Marxist. Upon his return from the USSR in 1988, he celebrated the Soviets moving "forward into some of the early visions of their revolution, what their revolution was about in 1917."

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Scoops of the Week

BREAKING: Harvey Weinstein convicted in a reckoning after sexual misconduct allegations against him fueled #MeToo  movement.

WATCH: Joshua Wong, a young protester from Hong Kong, says during the #LawfarePH  forum on Friday, February 21, that international solidarity is important in times when democracy is being attacked in nations around the world

This is the powerful speech by a mother who lost her 19-year-old daughter to femicide in Mexico.

#UPDATE  China sentences Swedish book publisher Gui Minhai to 10 years in prison on charges of illegally providing intelligence abroad. Gui is one of five Hong Kong-based booksellers known for publishing salacious titles about Chinese political leaders

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Today, @BTS_twt  drops their new album “Map of the Soul: 7.” Read TIME’s cover story from October 2018 on how the group is taking over the world

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Jimin on #BTS : "We're really thankful to our fans that we had this chance to look back and reflect"

Watch Variety's full interview with #BTS  right here

CNN: The Nevada State Democratic Party is asking site leaders to sign non-disclosure agreements, according to one volunteer who had planned to help with Saturday’s caucuses but quit because he didn’t want to sign the document.

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