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  • NASA Picks SpaceX for Lunar Missions
  • A Critical Enzyme For Sperm Formation Could Be A Target For Treating Male Infertility
  • SpaceX Encounters Problem Just Before Crew Dragon Parachute Test
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  • School Quits Video Calls After Naked Man ‘Guessed’ the Meeting Link
  • Amazon Says It Unintentionally Hid Some Competitors’ Faster Delivery Options
  • Unstable Deep Ocean Circulation; Altered Circulation Might Have Cooled Northern NA and Europe
  • Revisiting Decades-Old Voyager 2 Data, Scientists Find One More Secret About Uranus
  • Microsoft Staff Giggle Beneath the Weight of a 52,000-Person Reply-All Email Storm
  • 10 Most(ly dead) Influential Programming Languages
  • Coronavirus: Six Heartening Stories You may have Missed
  • Foods You Can Freeze Besides Meat and Produce (with Caveats)
  • Microsoft Defender for Linux is Coming. This is What you Need to Know
  • Bats Depend on Teamwork when Foraging Over Farmland
  • An Enterprise SSD Flaw Will Brick Hardware after Exactly 40,000 Hours
  • Sharp Gobbles NEC as Japan's Display Giants Team Up to Take on Europe and North America
  • Chinese Digital Spying is Becoming More Aggressive, Researchers Say
  • Google Play's Malicious App Problem Infects 1.7 Million More Devices
  • How Computational Power—or its Absence—Shaped World War Naval Battles
  • New Attack on Home Routers Sends Users to Spoofed Sites that Push Malware
  • Supreme Court Rules States are Not Liable for Copyright Violations
  • US Space Force has its First Launch Today; Delayed but Successful Launch [Updated]
  • Mathematics of Life and Death: How Disease Models Shape National Policies
  • Internet Sage Says He'll Sell 14,000,000 IPv4 Addresses Worth $300m.
  • See NASA's Hot, New Moon Lander Thruster Glow-Up During Testing
  • Forget That Tired-Old Coffee Ring Effect: “Whiskey Webs” Are the New Hotness
  • The exFAT Filesystem is Coming to Linux
  • Samsung Says it has the Future of DRAM Sorted after Success with New EUV Process
  • One Person Infected After Attending Coronavirus Party
  • A Genetic Nano-Toolkit for the Generation of New Biomaterials
  • Fossil Finds Give Clues about Flying Reptiles in the Sahara 100 Million Years Ago
  • AMD's GPU Source Code Leaked Online
  • 2020-03-25 Coronavirus (COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2) Story Roundup
  • Ken Shirriff Unfolds A Nuclear Missile Guidance Computer With Impressive Memory
  • Hubble Space Telescope Snaps Dazzling Pink Cloud to Learn More About Big Baby Stars
  • Lab On A Chip: Developing A Tiny, Super-Resolution Optical Microscope
  • Chrome Phasing Out Support for User Agent
  • New Telescope Design Could Capture Distant Celestial Objects With Unprecedented Detail
  • The Game Mastermind Turns 50 this Year
  • This Day in SoylentNews History: Anniversary of Michael David Crawford Passing Away
  • Here's the Netflix Account Compromise Bugcrowd Doesn't Want You to Know About [Updated]
  • Intel Combines 768 "Loihi" Neuromorphic Chips to Simulate "100 Million Neurons"
  • Impossible Foods CEO Ponders Fake Imaginary Meat
  • SpaceX Approved to Deploy 1 Million U.S. Starlink Terminals; OneWeb Reportedly Considers Bankruptcy
  • Windows Code-Execution Zeroday is Under Active Exploit, Microsoft Warns
  • Reports: Google, LG, Don't Want Qualcomm's Super-Expensive Snapdragon 865
  • 'Azure Appears to be Full': UK Punters Complain of Capacity Issues on Microsoft's Cloud
  • No Culture Clash in the Marriage of IBM and Red Hat
  • 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games Postponed until 2021
  • Nevada-Based Bigelow Aerospace Lays Off Entire Workforce
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  • Are There Exceptions to the Rule that Going Electric Reduces Emissions?
  • School Quits Video Calls After Naked Man 'Guessed' the Meeting Link
  • Yelp To Stop Auto-Creating GoFundMe Fundraisers After Outrage From Business Owners
  • NASA Picks SpaceX To Fly Cargo To Moon-Orbiting Gateway Space Station
  • You Can Now Ride a Submarine To the Deepest Point On Earth
  • US Officials Reportedly Agree To Cut Off Huawei From Global Chip Suppliers
  • Google Cancels Its Infamous April Fools' Jokes This Year
  • Scientists Identify Microbe That Could Help Degrade Polyurethane-Based Plastics
  • Some Recovered Coronavirus Patients In Wuhan Are Testing Positive Again
  • Elizabeth Warren's Campaign Is Making Its Software Open Source
  • Bosses Panic-Buy Spy Software To Keep Tabs On Remote Workers
  • Apple Launches COVID-19 Screening Website and App
  • Help Needed To Rescue UK's Old Rainfall Records
  • Trump Signs $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill
  • Phone Calls Are Back in Fashion
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    Universe Today

  • Are the Gaps in These Disks Caused by Planets?
  • How Will Clouds Obscure the View of Exoplanet Surfaces?
  • The heliosphere looks a lot weirder than we originally thought
  • Highest Resolution Mosaic Image of the Surface of Bennu
  • Even More Repeating Fast Radio Bursts Discovered
  • This Powerful Ion Engine Will Be Flying on NASA’s DART Mission to Try and Redirect an Asteroid
  • Following Comet Y1 ATLAS: the ‘Lost Comet’ of Spring
  • Weekly Space Hangout: March 25, 2020 – Amy Shira Teitel’s Fighting for Space
  • Apollo 15 Astronaut Al Worden has Passed Away
  • How Researchers Produce Sharp Images of a Black Hole
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  • KDE's Plasma Bigscreen Project Aims to Bring Plasma Desktop to Smart TVs
  • How to install Anaconda on Linux
  • 5 Linux backup and restore tips from the trenches
  • Bodhi Linux Is Still Alive, Gets New Release Based on Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS
  • The Register

    The Register

  • Drones intone 'you must stay home,' eliciting moans from those in the zone: Flying gizmos corral Brits amid coronavirus lockdown
  • Remember that clinical trial, promoted by President Trump, of a possible COVID-19 cure? So, so, so many questions...
  • Gresecurity maker finally coughs up $300k to foot open-source pioneer Bruce Perens' legal bill in row over GPL
  • Yeah, that Zoom app you're trusting with work chatter? It lives with 'vampires feeding on the blood of human data'
  • Could WFH web traffic topple a Brit telco? Pfff, scoff operators. This has nothing on Liverpool v Everton streaming
  • Capita cuts projects, furloughs workers due to 'unpredictable level of disruption' from COVID-19
  • Exchange some currency you want to? Guess the BIOS setup keyboard combination first you must, young Padawan
  • A pair of previews from Microsoft for a bit of weekend tinkering: PowerShell 7.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.6
  • Hailing frequencies open, sir... America's Space Force hurls its first military comms satellite into Earth's orbit
  • UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, health secretary Matt Hancock both test positive for COVID-19 coronavirus
  • Interested in Busting a Move? Mmmm? IBM UK: We couldn't get to GTS redundo numbers we need by voluntary means
  • 20 years later, Microsoft's still hammerin' Xamarin: Bunch of improvements on the way for cross-platform coding toolset
  • Announcing the official Reg-approved measure of social distancing: The Osman
  • Google warns against disabling websites during Coronavirus pandemic
  • That awful moment when what you thought was a number 1 turned out to be a number 2
  • Lockdown ain't easy. And that's without snoring, burping, hair-shedding seals outside your house
  • Google polishes platinum Cloud Foundry membership badge as foundation takes KubeCF under its wing
  • California emits latest layoff statistics. March's numbers are ugly. It's 19,000 total, including many in tech
  • Want to see through walls? Electroboffins build tiny chip in the lab that vibrates at just the right frequency to do it
  • India’s networking market collapsed … in Q4 2019!
  • Microsoft buys Affirmed Networks to provide cloudy services for 5G network operators
  • Dell, VMware withdraw fiscal 2021 guidance amid humming global supply chain and remote work boom
  • Instagram, YouTube 'iron man' marketer first to be nabbed by Feds cracking down on fake coronavirus web cures
  • ISP Monkeybrains cries foul over coronavirus fees after requesting more bandwidth. Zayo says it was all a mistake
  • Microsoft staff giggle beneath the weight of a 52,000-person Reply-All email storm
  • What's a Google Play? Huawei talks up fledgling AppGallery store, shows off another voice assistant with a female name
  • AMD dials 911, emits DMCA takedowns after miscreant steals a load of GPU hardware blueprints, leaks on GitHub
  • From Gmail to Gfail: Google's G-Suite topples over for unlucky netizens, rights itself
  • Things that make you go zoom: Huawei rolls out pictastic P40 phones, no Google Play Store in sight
  • 2020 MacBook Air teardown shows in graphic detail how butterfly keyboards were snipped for scissor switch
  • Brits swarm Dixons Carphone for laptops, printers, games consoles, fridges, freezers to weather out COVID-19 storm
  • Huawei P40 Pro: Camera setup really captures the misery of an empty world foods aisle
  • Hey, China. Maybe you should have held your hackers off for a bit while COVID-19 ravaged the planet. Just a suggestion
  • Microsoft tries getting touchy-feely once again with its Windows Insiders
  • Give us a reason... not to buy a new handset? Samsung back-ports Galaxy S20 photo features to Galaxy 10 range
  • Drones, apps and packed lunches: The latest on big tech's COVID-19 response
  • Meeemories, fuel our revenue's incline: Micron sees uptick in PC and data centre demand as WFH becomes new normal
  • What happens when the maintainer of a JS library downloaded 26m times a week goes to prison for killing someone with a motorbike? Core-js just found out
  • Chart-topper Neo4j makes connections in effort to nudge graph DBs into the mainstream
  • Short of tech talent to deal with novel coronavirus surge? Let us help – with free job ads on The Register
  • Borky shark: A deserted airport and a Raspberry Pi feeling poorly at baggage claim. Welcome to 2020
  • BEHOLD! Japan's Hayabusa2 probe left human imprints on ASTEROID SAND
  • Apple: Relax, we're not totally screwing web apps. But yes, third-party cookies are toast
  • There's no Huawei a virus can stop us! 90% of our staff in China are already back at work, says CEO
  • SANS is offering fully certified cybersecurity training – without leaving your bunker
  • Corona coronavirus hiatus: Euro space agency to put Sun, Mars probes in safe mode while boffins swerve pandemic
  • Sharp gobbles NEC as Japan's display giants team up to take on Europe and North America
  • Cops charge prankster who 'corona-coughed' on aged officer and had it filmed
  • Singapore to open-source national Coronavirus encounter-tracing app and the Bluetooth research behind it
  • Stockholders, assemble. HP's latest argument: Do you really trust Xerox to take us over during a pandemic recession?

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  • [$] Per-system-call kernel-stack offset randomization
  • Security updates for Friday
  • Malcolm: Static analysis in GCC 10
  • [$] Avoiding retpolines with static calls
  • Plasma on TV: Presenting Plasma Bigscreen (KDE.News)
  • Security updates for Thursday
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for March 26, 2020
  • [$] Helping FOSS conferences in the face of a pandemic
  • O'Reilly shutting down its conference group
  • Some stable kernels
  • [$] Django changes its governance
  • Security updates for Wednesday
  • Speeding up Linux disk encryption (Cloudflare)
  • LLVM 10.0.0 released
  • PSF: New pip resolver to roll out this year
  • FSF News
  • Let's Encrypt, Jim Meyering, and Clarissa Lima Borges receive FSF's 2019 Free Software Awards
  • Young hackers to deliver opening keynote for LibrePlanet conference
  • Environmental activist Shannon Dosemagen joins FSF conference keynote lineup
  • GNU-FSF cooperation update
  • Libiquity Wi-Fri ND2H Wi-Fi card now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • First LibrePlanet 2020 keynote announcement: Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle
  • Contract opportunity: Bookkeeper
  • Talos II Mainboard and Talos II Lite Mainboard now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • LibrePlanet returns in 2020 to Free the Future! March 14-15, Boston area
  • FSF and GNU
  • Free Software Wireless-N Mini Router v2 from ThinkPenguin, Inc. now FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom
  • Richard M. Stallman resigns
  • International Day Against DRM (IDAD): Defending the right to read on Oct. 12
  • Early registration open for FSF's licensing seminar on Oct 16 in Raleigh, NC
  • Alexandre Oliva joins Free Software Foundation board of directors
  • Deeplinks
  • EFF Asks California AG to Close Loopholes, Respect "Do Not Track" With Regulations
  • Members of Congress Once Again Urge ICANN to Save Dot Org
  • Now More Than Ever, Prisoners Should Have Some Access to Social Media
  • EFF, ACLU & CDT Argue Five Months of Warrantless Covert 24/7 Video Surveillance Violates Fourth Amendment
  • EFF Joins Coalition Urging Judicial Transparency During the COVID-19 Emergency
  • The Feds Can Stop Patent Trolls from Endangering COVID-19 Testing and Treatment
  • Verily's COVID-19 Screening Website Leaves Privacy Questions Unanswered
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview with Cristian Len
  • The Right to Anonymity is Vital to Free Expression: Now and Always
  • Social Distancing, The Digital Divide, and Fixing This Going Forward
  • User Privacy Champion Ashkan Soltani Joins EFF Advisory Board
  • The California Public Records Act Is an Essential Right, Even During a State of Emergency
  • EFF and COVID-19: Protecting Openness, Security, and Civil Liberties
  • Governments Haven’t Shown Location Surveillance Would Help Contain COVID-19
  • The Time Is Now: The Supreme Court Must Allow Live Cameras
  • Embracing Open Science in a Medical Crisis
  • Governments Must Commit to Transparency During COVID-19 Crisis
  • Face Surveillance Is Not the Solution to the COVID-19 Crisis
  • Right to Repair in Times of Pandemic
  • What You Should Know About Online Tools During the COVID-19 Crisis
  • Google Says It Doesn’t 'Sell' Your Data. Here’s How the Company Shares, Monetizes, and Exploits It.
  • DOJ Moves Forward with Dangerous Plan to Collect DNA from Immigrant Detainees
  • Phishing in the Time of COVID-19: How to Recognize Malicious Coronavirus Phishing Scams
  • Heads Up Internet: A Dangerous Zombie CFAA Expansion Bill is Back
  • Are Your Identification Photos in a Face Recognition Database?
  • Announcing Who Has Your Face
  • Unchecked Smart Cities are Surveillance Cities. What We Need are Smart Enough Cities.
  • Enough is Enough—Let it Expire
  • Show Support for Digital Rights During Video Calls with EFF Virtual Backgrounds
  • African WhatsApp Modders are the Masters of Worldwide Adversarial Interoperability
  • Tattoo Recognition Score Card: How Institutions Handled Unethical Biometric Surveillance Dataset
  • Why Is South Korea a Global Broadband Leader?
  • The Foilies 2020
  • Court Orders Hearing in Uniloc’s Patent Case Against Apple to be Conducted by Phone, Citing COVID-19 Risks
  • New Where Is My Data? Report: Five Years of Holding ISPs Accountable in Colombia
  • Speaking Freely: An Interview With Ada Palmer
  • New York State Legislator Introduces a Very Bad “Net Neutrality” Bill
  • The EARN IT Bill Is the Government’s Plan to Scan Every Message Online
  • Police May Not Need a Warrant to Rummage Through Your Trash, But Warrantless Collection of DNA Is Unconstitutional
  • The Graham-Blumenthal Bill Is an Attack on Online Speech and Security
  • FAQ about the Tech Projects Director Role
  • Coalition Asks California's Governor Newsom to Support Fiber Broadband for All
  • Protecting Civil Liberties During a Public Health Crisis
  • Victory: Android 11 Rolls out Improved Certificate Warnings
  • NGO Community Urges ICANN to Scrutinize the .ORG Sale
  • Public’s Right to Access Court Proceedings Calls For Livestreaming Hearing in Notorious Patent Troll Case
  • Tech Lobbyists Are Pushing Bad Privacy Bills. Washington State Can, and Must, Do Better.
  • Ninth Circuit: Private Social Media Platforms Are Not Bound by the First Amendment
  • .ORG Isn’t Broken, and We Don’t Need Private Equity to ‘Fix’ It
  • Internet Loses One of its Biggest, Best Advocates: EFF Special Counsel Jim Tyre
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    RT - Daily news

  • 'None of this will work in reality': Piers Morgan rips into Gary Neville's plans for resumption of football season
  • Two patients with Covid-19 die in Russia as country registers 228 new cases, total now 1,264
  • ‘Least deserving’ Branson roasted as Virgin Atlantic seeks massive state-sponsored bailout despite not paying staff
  • No reason to relax: Merkel warns Germans that lockdown WON'T be lifted as Covid-19 infections soar
  • Pitching for ideas? Trump turned to baseball great Rodriguez & girlfriend J-Lo for coronavirus thoughts, say US reports
  • Covid-19 SPIKE in Netherlands as 93 new deaths and over 1,100 new cases recorded
  • US faces DEFICIT of GOLD amid coronavirus market rout – media
  • Russia presents Covid-19 TREATMENT based on existing anti-malaria drug
  • Kazakh bodybuilder's 'marriage' to sex doll girlfriend on hold because of coronavirus
  • Rouhani says Iran's healthcare system ready for Covid-19 peak as it sees more than 3,000 new infections
  • WATCH Russian biodefense troops disinfect nursing home in coronavirus-hit Italy
  • Spain suffers another record day for Covid-19 deaths as 832 perish
  • 'I got stir crazy': Police body-cam footage sheds new light on arrest of UFC star Jon Jones (VIDEO)
  • Russia says OPEC+ deal revival possible if other countries join in
  • ‘What if Khabib has the corona?’ Joe Rogan rules himself out of 'cursed' UFC 249 superfight
  • In 2009 UK government experts wildly over-hyped dangers of swine flu — is history repeating with Covid-19?
  • 'I could hardly breathe': Paulo Dybala details coronavirus struggle after Juve ace and girlfriend Oriana Sabatini infected
  • Worldwide number of Covid-19 cases exceeds 615,500 — Johns Hopkins University
  • Covid-19 cases in Germany surge 6,294 in one day as death toll hits 325
  • First train with medical supplies for Europe leaves Wuhan as China eases Covid-19 lockdown
  • OneWeb files for bankruptcy, unable to secure financing amid coronavirus chaos
  • 'Some people will die, that's life': Bolsonaro questions Covid-19 crisis, says deaths in Brazil exaggerated for political purposes
  • India sees its biggest daily jump in Covid-19 cases as number of infected nears 900
  • Russian military support ‘much needed’ in Italy's 'critical' battle against Covid-19 – Lombardy VP
  • Wuhan reopens subway, allows incoming traffic as it phases out 2-month coronavirus lockdown (PHOTOS)
  • ‘We will be where they are’: LA mayor says he expects city to catch up with NYC on coronavirus in DAYS
  • ‘We have many friends in the world’: Italian FM says no ulterior motive to Russian Covid-19 aid, calls it ‘act of solidarity’
  • 'No new patients until release': WATCH staff protest KIDNAPPING of Haiti hospital chief as Covid-19 takes root in country
  • Big Tech teams up with White House to battle Covid-19 – and spy on us all
  • ‘The answer is no’: Trump says WSJ story on suspending tariffs is ‘just more fake news’
  • Trump greenlights call-up of one MILLION reservists to battle Covid-19
  • US passes 100,000 CASES of Covid-19 after becoming world epicenter for virus – Johns Hopkins University
  • WATCH thousands of Ukrainians swarm border to get back home ahead of coronavirus lockdown
  • Fourth Russian coronavirus patient dies, victim had serious pre-existing condition
  • US quietly seeks out foreign doctors to fight Covid-19 pandemic
  • Trump invokes Defense Production Act, accusing General Motors of ‘wasting time’ on producing ventilators
  • ‘This is low, even for you’: Hillary Clinton uses record coronavirus deaths to bash Trump, gets virtual punches herself
  • Coronavirus-inspired terrorists are planning attacks, says DoJ report – but in a fear-charged climate, which is the real threat?
  • Serbian PM: ‘Fake news’ that we don’t appreciate EU help, but Covid-19 aid came from China
  • France’s coronavirus death toll nears 2,000 as 300 more die in Covid-19 pandemic
  • Turkey evacuates hundreds of migrants from Greek border amid virus pandemic
  • Coronavirus and doping: WADA chief warns athletes not to use Covid-19 pandemic as opportunity to cheat
  • US golfer Davis Love's $4.5mn mansion razed to the ground in terrifying blaze (VIDEO)
  • Kadyrov calling: Why Chechnya could be the perfect location for Khabib v Tony UFC 249 crisis
  • US Congress approves $2.2 trillion stimulus bill, sends to White House
  • Number of US Covid-19 cases smashes past 90,000
  • #PrayForBoris trends after PM Johnson contracts Covid-19, sparking fierce debate on Twitter
  • ‘Open your STUPIDLY abandoned plant’: Trump lashes out at GM & Ford over ventilator delay
  • UK medical chief in ISOLATION after experiencing Covid-19 symptoms
  • Italy’s WORST day: Coronavirus death rate highest since start of outbreak with 900+ fatalities
  • 'Social distance yourself from my personal bubble': UFC's Mike Perry KOs man outside Florida nightclub (VIDEO)
  • World economy has entered a recession 'as bad or worse' than the global financial crisis – IMF chief
  • Irish footballer fined for 'IRA' balaclava 'history lesson' with kids
  • Hey MSM, you got coronavirus as another opportunity to roast Trump… but do the polls agree?
  • EU leaders to consider climate in coronavirus recovery plan
  • Europe coronavirus cases dramatically SURGE as worldwide death toll surpasses 25,000
  • Ireland’s ICUs could reach capacity in ‘days,’ PM warns as ‘temporary morgues’ planned amid Covid-19 crisis
  • UK’s coronavirus deaths up almost ONE THIRD in one day, new figures show
  • ‘Disgrace we needed global pandemic’: UK govt requests ALL homeless people be housed by weekend
  • Coronavirus crisis offers football a glimpse of a brighter, more egalitarian future
  • Britain, EU negotiators to hold first joint committee talks on Monday
  • 'Child factory & inhumane culture': Russia’s figure skating system faces lazy stereotypes simply because it’s winning
  • Coronavirus creeps closer to Putin as Kremlin staffer diagnosed with Covid-19
  • Wall Street stocks tumble as US overtakes China in highest number of Covid-19 infections
  • Poll: Russians split down the middle on presidential terms reset as Putin’s approval rating falls
  • Swedish govt bans public gatherings of more than 50 people
  • Cat contracts coronavirus FROM sick owner in new case of human-to-animal transition
  • UK health secretary Hancock follows PM Johnson in testing POSITIVE for Covid-19
  • Surveying the virus battlefield: Russian military medics inspect Covid-19 health facilities in Bergamo, Italy (VIDEO)
  • IMF confirms Pakistan’s request for emergency coronavirus financing
  • WATCH: Indonesian volcano Mount Merapi spews massive ash cloud
  • ‘Crocodile tears’: Sports Direct billionaire Ashley ‘deeply apologetic’ over coronavirus blunders
  • Fighting resumes in Libya amid efforts to stop coronavirus pandemic
  • Italy yet to reach coronavirus contagion peak, national health chief warns, as 712 die in one day
  • Drum roll please! And the BIGGEST WINNER of the deadly global virus is…
  • Washington cancels major Philippines maneuvers
  • French PM says ‘very difficult days ahead’ as Covid-19 ‘sweeps over’ country
  • UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests POSITIVE for Covid-19 infection
  • Iran records 144 new Covid-19 deaths as military sets up emergency 2,000-bed hospital in Tehran
  • Six months in jail for standing too close to strangers? Countries worldwide roll out draconian measures to fight Covid-19
  • Spain's Covid-19 death toll SPIKES again as 769 die in new single day record
  • Sinking global economy & cheap crude take big bite out of Russia’s forex reserves
  • Orban imposes 2-week lockdown, expects coronavirus peak in Hungary by July
  • UFC fans have field day after Jon Jones urges people ‘not to screw up’ in coronavirus message… then gets arrested
  • Indonesian volcano Mount Merapi spews massive ash in 2nd major eruption this month
  • Vietnam aims to keep number of Covid-19 cases under 1,000 – govt
  • Israel to deploy army to help enforce Covid-19 lockdown
  • ‘Are those who bomb towns going to accuse us of terrorism?’ Maduro rips US over ‘narco-terrorism’ charge
  • ‘Enjoy cherry blossoms next year,’ Tokyo governor says as 40 new coronavirus cases reported
  • Russia records third coronavirus patient death as number infected surpasses 1,000
  • European stocks crash as spread of coronavirus explodes across continent
  • France trying to repatriate 30,000 of its nationals – FM
  • Great Depression 2.0? US may be headed for HIGHEST UNEMPLOYMENT EVER
  • China registers first local Covid-19 infection in 3 days as Beijing curbs international travel in hopes of halting imported cases
  • Germany’s Covid-19 cases jump by 5,700+ in a single day with death toll up by 55
  • Trump signs TAIPEI Act, threatening ‘consequences’ for nations that fail to toe US line on Taiwan
  • ‘I read same reports as you’: US State Dept accuses China of putting conditions on Covid-19 aid, cites media when pressed on proof
  • 2 Florida poll workers test positive for coronavirus, elections office urges in-person voters to ‘seek medical advice’
  • Rocket lands near Baghdad’s Green Zone, US helicopters scrambled – reports
  • European solidarity? Germany offers to take in a few dozen of Italy’s 80,000+ Covid-19 patients in hollow goodwill gesture

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  • The Daily Star
  • Taliban says will not negotiate with team announced by Afghan government
  • Taliban says will not negotiate with team announced by Afghan government
  • The Taliban refused to negotiate with the team announced by the Afghan government, the militant group's spokesman said Saturday, in a potential setback to the next steps of the U.S.-brokered peace process.
  • Berri threatens to suspend cabinet support over coronavirus expat policy
  • Berri threatens to suspend cabinet support
  • Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri threatened on Saturday to suspend his support for Prime Minister Hassan Diab's government if it did not act to bring home expatriates stranded abroad during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Epidemic infects Europe with 'germ of division'
  • Epidemic infects Europe with 'germ of division'
  • The European Union has faced and survived a series of existential threats over the years but the coronavirus epidemic has exposed old wounds that could yet prove fatal.
  • Palestinian groups cancel mass Gaza rallies over coronavirus concerns
  • Palestinian groups cancel mass Gaza rallies over coronavirus concerns
  • Palestinian groups in Gaza cancelled mass rallies planned for next week along the border with Israel amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus in the densely-populated territory, organizers said Saturday.
  • South Lebanon towns implement strict curfew measures
  • South Lebanon implements strict measures
  • The southern regions of Lebanon pushed forward Saturday with the implementation of more rigorous lockdown measures
  • Swiss coronavirus deaths reach 235, confirmed cases top 13,000
  • Swiss coronavirus deaths reach 235, confirmed cases top 13,000
  • Switzerland's death toll from the new coronavirus has increased to 235 people from 197 on Friday, the health ministry said Saturday, with the number of cases also increasing to 13,213 from 12,161.
  • Coronavirus outbreak is stretching New York's ambulance service to breaking point
  • Coronavirus outbreak is stretching New York's ambulance service to breaking point
  • The Intercept
  • The Coronavirus Pandemic Makes the Case for Criminal Justice Reform
  • In Exchange for Aid, Trump Wants Praise From Governors He Can Use in Campaign Ads
  • Entrevista: quando a vacina do coronavrus chegar, as farmacuticas vo priorizar a sua vida?
  • After Florida Held Its Primary Amid Pandemic, Two Poll Workers Tested Positive for Coronavirus
  • Coronavírus: ‘não é uma simples gripe’, conta jovem infectada no estágio
  • Debt Collection Industry Deems Itself Essential to “Financial Health” of Consumers, Fights Covid-19 Shutdown
  • Millions of People Will Struggle to Pay Rent in April, but Few in Congress Care
  • How ICE Operations in New York Set the Stage for a Coronavirus Nightmare in Local Jails
  • Coronavrus: lderes evanglicos espalham charlatanismo e teorias conspirao em cultos e vdeos
  • As Congress Pushes a $2 Trillion Stimulus Package, the “How Will You Pay For It?” Question Is Tossed in the Trash
  • Vital Federal Contracts for Ventilators and Coronavirus Supplies Will Take Months to Complete
  • Segurana de Bolsonaro em estado grave com coronavrus. ‘Peo que Deus no deixe mais ningum passar por isso’, diz me.
  • Coronavrus: PM do Rio recruta dentistas aps baixa de mdicos afastados com sintomas de covid-19
  • To Develop a Covid-19 Vaccine, Pharma and the Federal Government Will Have to Break Old Patterns
  • Entrevista: ‘O fascismo sempre tenta usar crises para alimentar a ideia de que você precisa de um líder forte’, diz Jason Stanley
  • Coronavírus: pastor do gabinete de Trump diz que pandemia é ira de Deus – e culpa a China, homossexuais e ambientalistas
  • Coronavírus: ‘na zona norte do Rio, o discurso irresponsável de Bolsonaro pegou’
  • In West African Coronavirus Hotspot, War Has Left 700,000 Homeless and Exposed
  • Coronavrus: mesmo com empregados contaminados, Vale mantm operao e aglomeraes em minas
  • Charles Koch Network Pushed $1 Billion Cut to CDC, Now Attacks Shelter-in-Place Policies for Harming Business
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