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Middle East

Real Madrid beat Barcelona to go top of La Liga
Al Jazeera, Doha, Qatar.

Liverpool strike late to end record Anfield losing streak
The Daily Star, English language newspaper, Beirut, Lebanon.

Palestinians ‘optimistic’ about resumption of peace process
The Jerusalem Post, Independent, Jerusalem, Israel.

‘Accident’ hits Iran’s Natanz nuclear site, day after advanced centrifuges start
Times of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel.



Prince Philip: Special service to be held at Canterbury Cathedral
BBC News, Centrist newscaster, London, England.

Gang of four 'utterly trustworthy' women rallying round the Queen in her moment of grief
Daily Mail, Conservative daily, London, England.

Turkish, Egyptian foreign ministers speak by phone
Hurriyet Daily News, (Liberal, English-language), Istanbul, Turkey.

Disruptions and threats plague Russia’s top documentary film festival
Meduza, Riga, Republic of Latvia.

Prince Philip, the People’s Prince (1921-2021)
Pravda, Moscow, Russia.

Iran Reports 'Incident' At Natanz Nuclear Site
Radio Free Europe, Prague, Czech Republic.



Residents taking refuge at Beoga's mily post to be evacuated: police
Antara News, News agency, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Jang Na-ra Explores 'Colder' Side to Herself in New TV Series
Chosun Ilbo, Conservative daily, Seoul, South Korea.

PML-N trounces PTI in Daska re-election
Dawn, English-language daily, Karachi, Pakistan.

21 miners trapped after Xinjiang coal mine accident: Official media
Indian Express, News portal, Mumbai, India.

Iran reports electrical problem in Natanz nuclear site, no casualties
Japan Times, Independent centrist, Tokyo, Japan.

Samoa election: Accounting error has top parties tied again
New Zealand Herald, Conservative daily, Auckland, New Zealand.

At Least 60 Killed During Myanmar Regime’s Massacre at Anti-Regime Strongholds
The Irrawaddy, Independent News Media Group, Chiang Mai, Thailand.



A Boston patrol cop allegedly abused a 12-year-old in 1995. Last year the victim reported that his daughter was abused by the same cop, who kept his badge despite an investigation finding he likely committed the crime.
Business Insider, New York, N.Y, U.S.

Prince Philip's funeral will be held April 17, palace announces
Canadian Broadcasting Centre, Toronto, Ontario.

Prosecutors detail the night police shot Adam Toledo, 13, during court hearing for man who was with him and charged with carrying gun
Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

Continuity takes root in Party cadres
Granma, Havana, Cuba.

Twitter users have a field day with Ted Cruz campaign slogans
Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas, U.S.

Ramsey Clark, attorney general under President Lyndon B. Johnson, dies at 93
Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California, U.S.

If it ain’t broke, Joe Biden will break it: Goodwin
New York Post, New York, NY, U.S.

'Saturday Night Live' opens with Chauvin trial sketch
Star Tribune, Minnesota, U.S.

Virginia cops pepper-sprayed Black and Latino Army officer who had hands raised during traffic stop, video shows
The Arizona Republic, Arizona, U.S.

Prep football: No. 10 Clayton Valley edges No. 5 San Ramon Valley
The Mercury News, San Jose, California, U.S.

St. John Bosco crushes Orange Lutheran, quickly turns focus to Mater Dei
The Orange County Register, Santa Ana, California, U.S.

‘How disconnected do you have to be?’ Trudeau rallies Liberal convention with stinging attacks on Conservatives
Toronto Star, Toronto, Ontario.

When will we all be vaccinated?
USA Today, Virginia, U.S.


South African artists struggle with Covid theatre closures
BBC News, Centrist newscaster, London, England.

Don’t be partisan in your dealings – Ofosu-Ampofo to Bagbin
GhanaWeb, Online news portal, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Beyond Tigray, more Oxfam woes, and new vaccine hurdles: The Cheat Sheet
Irin News, Humanitarian news and analysis, Nairobi, Kenya.

Sudan to hand over 60 Ethiopian militiamen, soldiers
Sudan Tribune, Khartoum, Sudan.