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  • 5 March 2019: SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule docks with International Space Station
  • 2 March 2019: Nine jailed over sexual abuse in Bradford, England children’s home
  • 25 February 2019: Texas federal judge says drafting only men violates United States Constitution
  • 23 February 2019: Zebra stripes may ‘dazzle’ pathogen-packing horse flies, say scientists
  • 21 February 2019: Sixteen states sue U.S. President Trump to stop declaration of emergency for border wall
  • 18 February 2019: Fire kills nine, injures dozens in Chittagong, Bangladesh slum
  • 17 February 2019: Francis D’Souza, former Deputy Chief Minister of Goa, dies aged 64
  • 16 February 2019: Study indicates as great white shark disappears, living fossil moves in
  • 13 February 2019: Hotel fire kills at least seventeen in Karol Bagh, New Delhi
  • 12 February 2019: German migrant rescue charity renames ship after drowned Syrian toddler

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  • Fire kills nine, injures dozens in Chittagong, Bangladesh slum
  • Hotel fire kills at least seventeen in Karol Bagh, New Delhi
  • German migrant rescue charity renames ship after drowned Syrian toddler
  • President Trump says he ‘can’ and ‘may’ put US into state of emergency to build border wall
  • Investigation of Deutsche Bank headquarters spills into second day
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  • Algeria blocks internet across nation to prevent cheating in diploma exams
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  • India: Jammu and Kashmir government orders private tuitions to shut down for 90 days
  • Study indicates as great white shark disappears, living fossil moves in
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  • Francis D’Souza, former Deputy Chief Minister of Goa, dies aged 64
  • US study finds correlation between youth suicide, household gun ownership
  • Ross Edgley swims around Great Britain for first time in history
  • Pioneering oceanographer Walter Munk dies of pneumonia in California
  • Former U.S. intelligence agent Tony Mendez, architect of ‘Argo’ rescue, dies at 78
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  • Texas federal judge says drafting only men violates United States Constitution
  • Sixteen states sue U.S. President Trump to stop declaration of emergency for border wall
  • Francis D’Souza, former Deputy Chief Minister of Goa, dies aged 64
  • New samples may tell if type D killer whale is a unique species, say scientists
  • SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule docks with International Space Station
  • Zebra stripes may ‘dazzle’ pathogen-packing horse flies, say scientists
  • Ross Edgley swims around Great Britain for first time in history
  • Real Madrid agrees with Chelsea FC to sign goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois
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  • India Supreme Court overrules High Court: rivers Yamuna, Ganga no longer living entities
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  • Zebra stripes may ‘dazzle’ pathogen-packing horse flies, say scientists
  • Study indicates as great white shark disappears, living fossil moves in
  • US warns Spain of Christmas bus ramming plot in Barcelona
  • Nepal Parliament passes resolution to curb King’s power
  • Fire kills nine, injures dozens in Chittagong, Bangladesh slum
  • Francis D’Souza, former Deputy Chief Minister of Goa, dies aged 64
  • Australia now recognises West Jerusalem as Israeli capital, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces
  • Airplane crashes into ocean in Micronesia
  • Brisbane, Australia Magistrates Court charges two cotton farmers with $20m fraud
  • Investigation of Deutsche Bank headquarters spills into second day
  • Fifteen states sue United States President Donald Trump for cancelling program for undocumented immigrant minors
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  • Zebra stripes may ‘dazzle’ pathogen-packing horse flies, say scientists
  • German migrant rescue charity renames ship after drowned Syrian toddler
  • Pioneering oceanographer Walter Munk dies of pneumonia in California
  • German migrant rescue charity renames ship after drowned Syrian toddler
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  • SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule docks with International Space Station
  • Zebra stripes may ‘dazzle’ pathogen-packing horse flies, say scientists
  • Pioneering oceanographer Walter Munk dies of pneumonia in California
  • Male Magellanic penguins pine for pairings: Wikinews interviews biologist Natasha Gownaris
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