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12 European football teams to form breakaway 'Super League' (19 Apr 2021)
Twelve of the top football clubs in Europe made an announcement Sunday that may shift the landscape of European football.

Eligibility for vaccines is wide open but demand in US is dropping. Here's why (18 Apr 2021)
When health officials in Ohio's Mercer County opened their first Covid-19 vaccine drive-thru clinic in January, available slots filled up instantly, and more than 500 people were vaccinated in a single day.

'I shut him down': Maxine Waters condemns Jim Jordan for 'bullying' Dr. Fauci (17 Apr 2021)
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) got into a heated exchange with Dr. Anthony Fauci over the country's coronavirus mitigation measures, which ended with Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) telling Jordan to "shut your mouth." CNN's Jim Acosta spoke with Waters about why she intervened in the moment.

Vaccine giant puts 'catastrophic' hold on exports (19 Apr 2021)
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) got into a heated exchange with Dr. Anthony Fauci over the country's coronavirus mitigation measures, which ended with Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) telling Jordan to "shut your mouth." CNN's Jim Acosta spoke with Waters about why she intervened in the moment.

Chinese feminists are being silenced by nationalist trolls. Some are fighting back (19 Apr 2021)
The torrent of hate messages filling Liang Xiaowen's inbox stopped as suddenly as it had started.

India reports more than 1 million new Covid-19 cases in 5 days (19 Apr 2021)
The torrent of hate messages filling Liang Xiaowen's inbox stopped as suddenly as it had started.

Mass shootings and the Chauvin trial force America to confront its culture of violence (19 Apr 2021)
America is being forced to confront a basic failure to keep its own citizens safe with a murderous daily churn of mass shootings and the nation on edge for the end of the trial into George Floyd's murder.

How should the media cover mass shootings? (18 Apr 2021)
CNN's Brian Stelter says the news media needs to consider a more holistic approach to covering shootings and gun violence instead of focusing on mass shootings as just breaking news.

Trump calls Afghanistan withdrawal 'a wonderful and positive thing to do' and criticizes Biden's timeline (19 Apr 2021)
CNN's Brian Stelter says the news media needs to consider a more holistic approach to covering shootings and gun violence instead of focusing on mass shootings as just breaking news.

A body with Covid washed ashore. Now this Pacific Island nation isn't taking any chances (19 Apr 2021)
A Pacific Island country has banned outward travel from its main island for three days after a body washed ashore that later tested positive for Covid-19, Radio New Zealand has reported.


WORLD


Thailand's 'sea people' emerge from the ocean (19 Apr 2021)
These days, Salamak Klathalay, like most of us, lives in a house, on land. But this is a relatively new experience for the 78-year-old.

At least 11 killed, 98 injured in Egypt as train derails (18 Apr 2021)
At least 97 people were injured when a train went off the tracks near the city of Toukh, north of Cairo on Sunday, according to Egypt's Ministry of Health.

CNN anchor: We saw a Queen grieving (17 Apr 2021)
Queen Elizabeth II sat alone at her husband Prince Philip's funeral because of the UK's Covid-19 regulations. CNN's Julia Chatterley discusses.

Navalny's life is Putin's 'personal' responsibility, say Russian politicians (18 Apr 2021)
Nearly a dozen Russian politicians have published an open letter to President Vladimir Putin, saying that he was personally responsible for the life of Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny, who has been on a hunger strike in a penal colony in the Russian city of Pokrov.

French winemakers face devastation after worst weather in 30 years (14 Apr 2021)
One of France's biggest export industries is facing a devastating blow after an unusually severe frost earlier this month damaged vineyards across the country, heaping pain on winemakers already reeling from the pandemic and US tariffs.

Mercedes new electric car has a nap mode and doors that open for you (15 Apr 2021)
Mercedes has unveiled its largest and most luxurious electric car yet. The Mercedes EQS is the battery-powered equivalent of the Mercedes S-Class sedan, the brand's flagship model.

The greatest stunt yet from the 'Fast & Furious': Saving movie theaters (14 Apr 2021)
The Fast & Furious series has pulled off a lot of stunts during its 20 year run. But "F9" the latest installment in Universal's high-octane blockbuster franchise may have to pull off the brand's boldest stunt yet: saving the entire movie theater industry.

Milk-free Milo and meatless 'pork': Nestl and other brands bet on plant-based food in Asia (07 Apr 2021)
Milo chocolate milk has been hugely popular in Southeast Asia for decades. Now the breakfast and teatime favorite is about to get shaken up the cocoa powder will be offered as a dairy-free, ready-made beverage.

Netflix and Amazon gave Indian filmmakers hope. Now that's turning to fear (28 Mar 2021)
Screenwriter and director Ruchi Narain struggled for decades to find steady work in the Indian film industry.

US cities are losing 36 million trees a year. Here's why it matters (18 Sep 2019)
If you're looking for a reason to care about tree loss, the nation's latest heat wave might be it. Trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a recent study.

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