Haiti: Widow of Slain President Among Dozens Indicted (

A judge in Haiti has indicted 51 individuals for their alleged roles in the 2021 assassination of Pres. Jovenel Moïse, including his widow Martine who has been charged with conspiracy to murder despite being shot in her hand and elbow during the attack. New York Times (LR: 2 CP: 5)...

House Leaders Announce Bipartisan AI Task Force (

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) and Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) announced on Tuesday that they are forming a bipartisan task force to explore how Congress should deal with artificial intelligence (AI) as lawmakers grapple with regulating the emerging technology. NBC (LR: 2 CP: 4)...

SKorea: Trainee Doctors Walk-Out Disrupts Healthcare Sector (

More than half of South Korea's 13K trainee doctors submitted letters of resignation Monday in protest against the government's proposal to increase the number of medical students by 2K next year. According to the Health Ministry, 1,630 of them had walked off the job. NBC (LR: 2 CP: 4)...

US Shares Rival UNSC Resolution for Temporary Gaza Cease-Fire (

After vetoing an Arab-backed UN Security Council resolution demanding an immediate cease-fire in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, the US circulated a rival resolution calling for a temporary cease-fire in Gaza "as soon as practical," the release of Israeli hostages, and the lifting of restrictions on aid delivery. The Hill...

Largest COVID Vaccine Study Finds Links to Health Conditions (

The most comprehensive study of COVID vaccine safety, published last week in the journal Vaccine, has found that jabs that offer protection against severe illness, death, and long COVID symptoms were linked to slight increases in neurological, blood, and heart conditions. Bloomberg (LR: 3 CP: 5)...

Spain: Conservative Opposition Retains Majority in Galicia (

Spain’s conservative People’s Party (PP) managed to preserve its outright majority in the northwest Galicia's regional election on Sunday, frustrating hopes from Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez that an improved economic performance would boost his party's performance. Reuters (LR: 3 CP: 5)...

Report: Navalny's Body Found Bruised in Arctic Morgue (

Russian opposition media Novaya Gazeta Europe has reported, quoting an unidentified paramedic, that the body of recently deceased Alexei Navalny had bruises on the head and chest when he was allegedly brought to the Salekhard District Clinical Hospital for an autopsy. The Telegraph...

US House Pushes Surveillance Legislation (

On Wednesday, disagreement among the US House of Representatives forced the scrapping of a floor vote on an amalgamized bill that would reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). Without reauthorization, the section’s authorities will expire on April 19, 2024. Roll Call...

Israel Warns of Rafah Assault by Ramadan (

Israel has warned that if Hamas doesn't release Israeli hostages by Mar. 10, the beginning of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, then it will invade the southern Gazan city of Rafah. Foreign Minister Benny Gantz said Gaza can "celebrate Ramadan" if Hamas surrenders and releases the "abductees." NBC (LR: 2 CP: 4)...

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