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BBC Front PageApr 17, 2021
Prince Philip: Land Rover hearse and other personal touches at duke's funeral
Those watching closely noticed carefully placed references to the duke's remarkable life story.

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MSNBC Int'l NewsApr 17, 2021
Queen sits alone as royal family bids somber farewell to Prince Philip
Britain's royal family bid farewell to the family patriarch and Queen Elizabeth II's husband of 73 years who died last week.

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Prince Philip: Royal Family honours duke's 'humour and humanity' (BBC Front Page)

CNN WorldApr 17, 2021
CNN anchor: We saw a Queen grieving
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.

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ABC NewsApr 17, 2021
Iran offers upbeat assessment of progress in nuclear talks
Talks are aimed at bringing U.S. back into world powers' 2015 deal with Tehran.

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Iran nuclear: State TV names suspect in Natanz attack (BBC Front Page)

CNBC World NewsApr 17, 2021
Israeli general who helped destroy Iraq, Syria nuclear plants says stopping Iran's program is much harder
Iran is now enriching uranium at 60%, close to levels needed for a bomb. Israel has several strategies to stop Iran's program.

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 17, 2021
Debating Exit From Afghanistan, Biden Rejected Generals' Views
Over two decades of war, the Pentagon had fended off the political instincts of elected leaders frustrated with the grind of Afghanistan. But President Biden refused to be persuaded.

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On Afghanistan, Biden Ditches the Generals (Int'l Herald Tribune)

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 17, 2021
Coronavirus Deaths Reach 3 Million Worldwide
"It just never crossed your mind that there would be so many dead in so little time," said one man in Mexico City.

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Global Coronavirus Deaths Pass 3 Million as Variants Surge (Int'l Herald Tribune)

MSNBC Int'l NewsApr 17, 2021
Worldwide Covid-19 death toll tops 3 million as crisis deepens Brazil, India and France
The number of lives lost is about equal to the populations of Philadelphia and Dallas combined.

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Researchers Are Hatching a Low-Cost Covid-19 Vaccine (Int'l Herald Tribune)

BBC Front PageApr 17, 2021
Covid-19 deaths pass three million worldwide
It comes as the World Health Organization warns of deaths and cases increasing at a "worrying rate".

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 17, 2021
Video of Chicago Police Fatally Shooting Adam Toledo Is Released
Mayor Lori Lightfoot called for calm before the body camera footage was made public. The victim, Adam Toledo, was one of the youngest people killed by the police in Illinois in years.

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Chicago police critics call for charges in shooting of boy (ABC News)

BBC News Front Page | WorldApr 17, 2021
Chelsea 1-0 Man City: Thomas Tuchel's side advance to FA Cup final to end City's quadruple hopes
Chelsea reach the FA Cup final with a narrow victory to end Manchester City's hopes of a historic quadruple.

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FA Cup: Hakim Ziyech gives Chelsea the lead against Man City in semi-final (BBC Front Page)

NPR Topics: NewsApr 17, 2021
What Can Wealthy Nations Do To Address Global Vaccine Inequity?
In the U.S., more than 1 out of 5 residents is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. But elsewhere in the world, vaccination rates are much lower. Some poor nations have yet to receive a single dose.

Washington Post World NewsApr 17, 2021
China says US-Japan actions are stoking division
China has hit back at the U.S.-Japan show of alliance during talks between President Joe Biden and Japan Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, calling it an ironic attempt of stoking division

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Biden, Suga Hold 'Serious Talks' on China After Beijing Warns Japan to Stand Aside (Newsweek)

NYTimes GlobalApr 17, 2021
After Bullying Reports, Scott Rudin Says He'll Step Back From Broadway
The powerful producer of "Hello, Dolly!" and "The Book of Mormon" regrets "the pain my behavior caused" and says others will directly run his shows.

NYTimes GlobalApr 17, 2021
Kim Janey, Boston's Mayor, Challenges Police on Sex Abuse Scandal
Three weeks into her tenure as Boston's acting mayor, Kim Janey has done something her predecessor did not: order the police to release documents about a leader accused of sexual abuse.

ABC NewsApr 17, 2021
Scott Rudin will 'step back' after allegations of bullying
Broadway and Hollywood producer Scott Rudin broke his silence Saturday.

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 17, 2021
Months Before Season, N.F.L. and Players Clash Over Pandemic Workouts
Players on 15 teams announced they would not attend off-season programming because of concerns about the coronavirus. Some may give up financial benefits in the process.

NewsweekApr 17, 2021
Ukraine's Troops 'Ready' for Russian Assault As Tensions Rise Amid Envoy Arrest
Russia's FSB detained a Ukrainian diplomat in St. Petersburg as tensions mount on Ukraine's borders.

Washington Post World NewsApr 17, 2021
Iran state television names suspect in attack that damaged centrifuges at Natanz nuclear site, says he fled the country
Iran state television names suspect in attack that damaged centrifuges at Natanz nuclear site, says he fled the country

CBC Top StoriesApr 17, 2021
Who opens a new tourist attraction during a pandemic? Meet Canada's most-optimistic entrepreneurs
Several Canadian entrepreneurs are plunging ahead to launch new tourist attractions, despite surging COVID-19 cases in some regions. They say they can't press pause on projects started before the pandemic, and are pinning their hopes on vaccinations turning the tide — ideally before summer holiday season.



Washington Post World NewsApr 17, 2021
Iran starts enriching uranium to 60%, its highest level ever
Iran says it has begun enriching uranium to its highest-ever purity, edging close to weapons-grade levels

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Washington Post World NewsApr 17, 2021
Russia to expel 10 U.S. diplomats in response to Biden administration sanctions
Moscow's move matched part of the U.S. actions in a tit-for-tat response.

NYTimes GlobalApr 17, 2021
Can Covid Research Help Solve the Mysteries of Other Viruses?
The coronavirus may help scientists understand why some people with common viral infections develop severe complications, like heart damage or blood clots.

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 17, 2021
Chicago Reels Anew After Shooting of 13-Year-Old
Chicagoans reacted with grief to the shooting of Adam Toledo, a seventh grader. Some recalled Laquan McDonald, another teen killed by the police.

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 17, 2021
Updates From Indianapolis: What We Know About the Eight Victims
At least four of the people killed were Sikh, and it was one man's first week working at the FedEx warehouse. Here's the latest on the shooting.

BBC News Front Page | WorldApr 17, 2021
In Pictures: The Queen and nation bid farewell to Prince Philip
The funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh was held in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

BBC Front PageApr 17, 2021
Who attended Prince Philip's funeral?
Covid restrictions mean only 30 mourners were allowed to attend the funeral of the duke.

NewsweekApr 17, 2021
John Weisert, Indianapolis FedEx Shooting Victim, Was Planning to Celebrate 50 Years of Marriage
Weisert was the oldest victim out of eight people who were killed Thursday evening when a gunman opened fire first outside of the facility in the parking lot, and then inside the building.

Washington Post World NewsApr 17, 2021
Prince Philip's coffin will be carried in a Land Rover he designed
The queen's husband had a long association with the British company.

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 16, 2021
President Biden Wavers on Restricting Refugee Entry
The Biden administration will for now maintain a historically low refugee cap. But after a widespread backlash from Democrats, the White House said it would raise refugee admissions in May.

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FT.com - EuropeApr 16, 2021
Japan vows to support US in opposing ‘coercion' from China
Prime minister's blunt remarks after Biden meeting highlight worry over Beijing's maritime moves

CBC Top StoriesApr 16, 2021
Canadian training mission in Ukraine suspended after surge in COVID cases
A surge in COVID cases in Ukraine and among Canadian troops in the eastern European country has prompted the temporary suspension of the military training mission there. The Department of National Defence will not say how many soldiers are infected, citing operational security.



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BBC News Front Page | WorldApr 16, 2021
Russia retaliates for US diplomatic expulsions
Moscow expels 10 diplomats and blacklists eight US officials after the US imposed sanctions.

FT.com - EuropeApr 16, 2021
Coronavirus latest: Moderna to cut vaccine deliveries to UK and Canada
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Int'l Herald TribuneApr 16, 2021
Indianapolis Faces the Country's Latest Mass Shooting
The country grappled with yet another bloody rampage, only weeks after back-to-back mass shootings last month in Atlanta and Boulder, Colo.

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In a Spasm of Violence, Indianapolis Faces the Country's Latest Mass Shooting (Int'l Herald Tribune)

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 16, 2021
Iran's Push to Enrich Uranium Amid Nuclear Talks: What to Know
A highly purified form of uranium is needed to make an atomic bomb, but the main point of Tehran's action may be to give it leverage in nuclear talks.

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 16, 2021
I Got the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine. I'm Not Losing Sleep.
Here's how to think about the federal investigation into rare but severe blood clots associated with the vaccine.

BBC Front PageApr 16, 2021
Biden backtracks on keeping Trump cap on refugees
A refugee organisation says the White House's explanation of the order is "completely false".

NPR Headline NewsApr 16, 2021
The Ramifications Of The Johnson & Johnson Vaccination Halt Are Global
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's decision to temporarily halt the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is having ramifications globally.

NPR Headline NewsApr 16, 2021
Shooter Killed 8 People And Himself At An Indianapolis FedEx Facility Thursday Night
Nine are dead after a shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. Family members waited hours Friday morning for news of their loved ones at a nearby airport hotel. Police are seeking a motive.

FT.com - EuropeApr 16, 2021
What the Afghanistan withdrawal means to those who fought there
It seems safe to predict that conflict will persist in the troubled country after US forces have left

ABC NewsApr 16, 2021
Multiple people shot at Indianapolis FedEx facility: Police
Police said they believe the alleged shooter is no longer alive.

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