A federal judge in Texas has ruled that the national eviction moratorium aimed at helping victims of the coronavirus pandemic hold onto their homes is unconstitutional.

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In view of the #COVID19  situation, it has been decided by mutual agreement that the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom will not visit India next week. The two sides will be holding a virtual meeting in the coming days to launch plans for a transformed India-UK relationship: MEA

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#UPDATE  | The couple that misbehaved with Delhi Police personnel in Daryaganj area yesterday, after they were stopped & asked the reason for not wearing face masks, has been arrested. The husband was arrested yesterday while the wife was arrested today.

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JUST IN: Delhi to impose a curfew beginning tonight at 10pm and lasting a week

A wildfire raging on the slopes of Cape Town's Table Mountain spread to the University of Cape Town, burning the historic campus library and forcing the evacuation of students.

If you see the symptoms, severity is very less this time. In this wave, we have witnessed more cases of breathlessness while in the last wave, symptoms like dry cough, joint pain, headaches were more: ICMR DG Dr. Balram Bhargava

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The group behind the European Super League, a multibillion-dollar breakaway soccer competition for elite clubs, has warned FIFA and UEFA that it has taken legal action to defend the project.

Parties call for inquiry into Boris Johnson’s ‘failure to be honest’

This weeks it’s @leedsrhinos  v @hullkr_online  and I’m auctioning off my 10th Grand Final shirt to raise money for @MoseMasoe , please DM me to make a bid. Auction ends Friday 23rd April after final whistle. Please RT as well. 🙏🏻👍🏻

A majority of Americans want to end lifetime appointments for US Supreme Court justices, according to an Ipsos poll for Reuters, though less than half are in favor of other efforts to reform the judiciary.

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