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As the Myanmar military brutally attacks anti-coup demonstrations on main roads, people are finding new ways to protest in their own neighborhoods. "The opposition is organized and determined. You see different kinds of defiance from dawn to dusk."

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India beat England by an innings and 25 runs for 3-1 series win

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BREAKING: DOH reports 3,439 new COVID-19 cases for today, March 6, highest since October 12, 2020 (3,564). Total Confirmed Cases: 591,138 Active: 43,323 Recoveries: 535,350 (160 new) Deaths: 12,465 (42 new)

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Mutant Covid strains are 'very unlikely' to stop UK enjoying a normal summer, expert says

Indian farmers block highway outside Delhi to mark 100th day of protest

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Why are hundreds of thousands of farmers in India protesting against new laws the government says will help them? #AJStartHere  explains 👇

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Scoops of the Day

Dems seem to have outplayed GOP on the Covid delay. After the all-night reading, @ChrisVanHollen  simply got up, proposed shortening the debate from 20 hours to 3 and no Republican including @RonJohnsonWI  was around to contest. In the end, the dramatic Bill reading delayed nothing

K-pop sensation @bts_bighit  scooped the 2020 Global Recording Artist of the Year Award from @IFPI_org 

As if daring the UN Security Council to act (and hoping that China blocks it from doing so), the Myanmar junta again opens fire on protesters today.

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China lays out sweeping plans to limit the opposition's role in Hong Kong elections

Note to @RonJohnsonWI : If you read aloud the names of all the Americans killed by the COVID pandemic, it would take 12 straight days, reading around the clock.

DeSantis and Pence tied for 2024 if Trump doesn't run

"The incredible courage of Myanmar’s protesters," returning to the streets after the junta shows it has no qualms about gunning them down. Now will the Chinese government match their bravery by allowing a tough UN Security Council resolution today?

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Fashion magazines and ads often feature Black people and their cultures, but how many Black people are among the executives, designers and other people in charge of the industry? We tried to gather data — and met resistance along the way.

Boris Johnson ‘misled parliament’ over Covid contracts, court order shows

Brittany Higgins was left alone to suffer a three-day breakdown in a Perth hotel during the 2019 Federal election campaign, just weeks after she was allegedly raped at Parliament House, it has been revealed. 🔒

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Scoops of the Week

Congrats to @NiallOfficial  who has just won the RTÉ Choice Music Prize Irish Song of the Year 2020 with No Judgement 🙌 #rtechoiceprize  @RTE2fm  @RTEplayer  @choicemusicprize 

"That looked like a bird!" Watch the amazing moment a murmuration of starlings took on the shape of a giant bird over Lough Ennell in Co Westmeath.

I just announced Texas is OPEN 100%. EVERYTHING. I also ended the statewide mask mandate.

The bravery and commitment of the Myanmar pro-democracy protesters is impressive as they take to the streets the day after security forces killed 18 protesters. Today in Yangon, the police met them with tear gas, as the junta defiantly defends its coup.

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THIS JUST IN: New IG report shows Elaine Chao apparently violated federal ethics rules in multiple ways, including directing official staffers to do personal tasks. Please read, RT, and share.

Biden removes mention of Dr. Seuss from 'Read Across America Day'

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BTS named world's best-selling artists of 2020

FBI Director Chris Wray makes it clear that the FBI considers the mob storming the U.S. Capitol an act of "domestic terrorism." He says 300 people have been arrested by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. And he added, more people are being charged almost everyday.

This stat blew my mind: do public health measures like social distancing, mask wearing and hand-washing really reduce the transmission of viral respiratory illnesses? Uh, yes.

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In California the homeless and prisoners are getting the vaccine before taxpayers. It sounds like something out of Idiocracy. If that isn't the most California way of doing things I don't know what is.

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