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Finding Identity for Armenian Genocide Survivors Is Still a Struggle | Opinion

My grandmother Annik Khorsikyan lost her battle to COVID-19 on January 18. She was 87.Nene, as her six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren called her, was the backbone of the entire family.The pandemic robbed her loved ones from visiting her during the holidays, or giving her a proper goodbye during her final days. As has tragically…

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    Russian police reportedly detain allies of Putin critic Alexei Navalny

    April 21, 2021 | 1:01pm | Updated April 21, 2021 | 1:21pm Allies of Alexei Navalny’s have been detained by Russian police and his offices raided, as his supporters plan rallies to protest his ailing health, according to a report. Navalny, 44, was transferred to a prison hospital this week after beginning a hunger strike…

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      ‘The View’: After Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict, George Floyd’s Brother Says All Officers Involved “Need To Be Doing Time”

      Philonise Floyd, George Floyd’s brother, tells @TheView the three other officers involved in the death of his brother facing charges should be “held accountable." “My brother is doing time in the ground, and they all need to be doing time in a cell.” pic.twitter.com/9iWJ2SsU4Z — The View (@TheView) April 21, 2021 Following yesterday’s guilty verdict…

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          NYC’s iconic towers are reopening with new luxe perks

          They’re back! From Rockefeller Center to the World Trade Center, the iconic building’s that give the New York City skyline its sex appeal are welcoming back visitors with new renovations, health and safety upgrades and fresh aesthetics. Here’s what you can expect when you return to work. Making an entrance What was old is new…

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            Missing teen found 500 miles away from home –

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              Groups see new openings for digging up dirt on Trump…

              Public interest groups determined to stay focused on the Trump administration say they have new openings for unearthing information now that the past government’s political appointees have departed.Various groups that flooded the government with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests say the departures have greased the wheels of various agencies’ public records shops. Requests ranging from the pandemic response and…

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                  Virginia Cop William Kelly Fired After Donating to Kyle Rittenhouse Fund

                  A Virginia police officer has been relieved of his duties after authorities learned he had donated to the legal fund of murder suspect Kyle Rittenhouse.Norfolk city officials said Tuesday they had accepted police chief Larry Boone's decision to relieve Lieutenant William Kelly of his duties for anonymously donating to help the suspected Kenosha shooter.Lt. Kelly…

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                        ‘Dancing with the Stars’ pro Cheryl Burke apologizes to Ian Ziering for past ‘nasty’ comments

                        Cheryl Burke has issued an apology.The "Dancing with the Stars" pro dancer, 36, surprised fans in 2016 when she admitted that Ian Ziering, who she danced with for the show's fourth season, was her "least favorite" celebrity dance partner.At the time, she opened up about Ziering on Matt Weiss and Theo Von's "Allegedly" podcast, according to TMZ, and said that…

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                        ‘A watershed moment’: Canadians react to Derek Chauvin verdict

                        TORONTO -- Canadian politicians, activists and athletes reacted with grief and relief in response to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin’s murder conviction in the death of George Floyd. On Tuesday, Chauvin was convicted of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of Floyd on May 25, 2020. The death sparked international…

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                        Clippers growing in value as NBA championship futures bet

                        By Jonathan Von Tobel, VSiN April 20, 2021 | 9:00am | Updated April 20, 2021 | 7:28am There is no question that injuries have largely shaped this NBA season. A condensed 72-game schedule over the span of five months has caused injuries to key players on multiple teams that have altered title chances and shuffled…

                        Why you shouldn’t ask people how they got their COVID-19 shot before you

                        TORONTO — As more and more Canadians are being given access to COVID-19 vaccines, people are being reminded not to question their co-workers or loved ones as to how they were eligible to get their shot. Public health and sociological experts urge people to mind their own business as others may have underlying health conditions…

                        B.C. will soon restrict non-essential travel outside of health regions, put up signs on Alberta border

                        VANCOUVER — The provincial government is working on regulations that will restrict the non-essential travel of British Columbians outside their own health regions. Speaking at a news conference Monday, Premier John Horgan said regulations are being developed by the public safety minister that will restrict movement within the province. “If we can’t do it without…

                        The U.S. embarks on a huge climate reset

                        You’re reading an excerpt from the Today’s WorldView newsletter. Sign up to get the rest, including news from around the globe, interesting ideas and opinions to know, sent to your inbox every weekday.The Biden administration is trying to undo the work of its predecessor in many ways. But the most striking — and likely most…

                        Radical Islamist party frees 11 Pakistani police hostages

                        LAHORE, Pakistan — An outlawed Pakistani Islamist political group freed 11 police a day after taking them hostage in the eastern city of Lahore amid violent clashes with security forces, the country’s interior minister said Monday.Supporters of the hard-line Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan party attacked a police station near their rallying point Sunday and took the police…

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