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Russia’s nuclear arsenal: How big is it and who controls it? – (Al Jazeera English)
Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a deal to deploy tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus.

Putin announces deal to deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus – (Al Jazeera English)
Russian president says deal struck with Belarusian counterpart would not violate nuclear nonproliferation agreements.

Israeli defence minister calls for halt on judicial overhaul – (Reuters)
Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Gallant on Saturday called on the government to halt legislation on changes to the judiciary, saying the bitter dispute over the measures poses a danger to the country.

Two Israeli soldiers wounded in Palestinian shooting in flashpoint town – (Reuters)
Two Israeli soldiers were wounded on Saturday, the military said, in a drive-by shooting claimed by a Palestinian armed group in the flashpoint town of Huwara in the occupied West Bank.

Halt Israel legal reform, urges defence minister – (BBC News)
Yoav Gallant's call comes as Israelis opposed to the changes hold further nationwide mass rallies.

Israeli defense minister calls for halt to judicial overhaul – (Associated Press)
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's defense minister became the first ally in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition to break ranks on Saturday as he called for an immediate halt to the far-right government's contentious plan to overhaul the country's judiciary.

Putin: Russia to station nuclear weapons in Belarus – (BBC News)
The Russian leader says the move would not violate nuclear non-proliferation agreements.

Putin says Russia will station tactical nukes in Belarus – (Associated Press)
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans on Saturday to station tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus, a warning to the West as it steps up military support for Ukraine.

Brazil’s Lula postpones China trip after catching pneumonia – (Al Jazeera English)
The president’s health has been a source of concern in recent years after he was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2011.

Mississippi tornado kills 24 and brings devastation to US state – (BBC News)
Powerful wind and hail the size of golf balls brought destruction to the US state on Friday night.

Putin says Moscow has deal with Belarus to station nuclear weapons there – (Reuters)
Russia has struck a deal with neighbouring Belarus to station tactical nuclear weapons on its territory but will not violate non-proliferation agreements, President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday.

Qatari Sheikh Jassim submits new bid for Man United: UK media – (Al Jazeera English)
The banker has placed a second-round offer for the English football giants, UK media report.

Chabelo: The Mexico TV legend who became a meme – (BBC News)
Xavier López Rodriguez's squeaky-voiced character sparked many an internet meme.

No Ukraine offensive without more weapons – Zelensky – (BBC News)
There has been talk for some weeks of Ukraine launching a spring offensive against Russian forces.

French police clash with water reservoir protesters – (BBC News)
The unrest follows weeks of protests against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reforms.

Idaho governor signs firing squad execution bill into law – (Associated Press)
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Republican Gov. Brad Little signed a bill allowing execution by firing squad, making Idaho the latest state to turn to older methods of capital punishment amid a nationwide shortage of lethal-injection drugs.

Push to expand voting rights in US for those held in jails – (Associated Press)
CHICAGO (AP) — The voting precinct could have been any one of hundreds throughout Chicago, except that these voters in the first round of the mayoral election were all wearing the same beige smocks.

Ukraine ‘managing to stabilise’ situation around Bakhmut – (Al Jazeera English)
Ukrainian military’s top commander says his forces are pushing back Russian assault on city in the Donbas region.

Trucks piled on buildings as tornado hits Mississippi – (BBC News)
Drone footage captures the devastation after a tornado hits Rolling Fork, Mississippi.

Brazil's Lula cancels trip to China – (Reuters)
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has cancelled his trip to China, which was previously scheduled for March 27-31, due to medical reasons, according to his press secretary on Saturday.

Headlines from CNN and Fox News

JK Rowling battles Scottish officials in latest gender debate: ‘Is a be-penised rapist a man or woman?’ – (Fox News)
J.K. Rowling blasted Scottish Parliament members over their seemingly conflicting support for pro-trans legislation and commitment to women's rights.

Elon Musk tells employees to get back in office with 2:30 am memo – (Fox News)
Elon Musk reportedly sent an early morning warning to Twitter employees complaining that half of the San Francisco office was empty on Tuesday and reminding staff that "office is not optional."

American actor Djimon Hounsou slams Hollywood for feeling 'tremendously cheated' by industry – (Fox News)
58-year-old Beninese-American actor Djimon Hounsou revealed he's felt overlooked by the Hollywood industry and was "struggling" to make a dollar.

New York nears deal creating first ban on gas stoves for new homes in the country – (Fox News)
Lawmakers in New York are gearing up to enact legislation that would prohibit gas stoves from being used in new buildings, including single-family homes and commercial properties.

Venice hunts for ‘idiot’ who jumped off three-story building into canal – (CNN)
Italian authorities are searching for a man who jumped off a three-story building into a canal in Venice on Thursday.

Teacher rips into Korean mom of 5-year-old for packing him 'disgusting and inappropriate' school lunches – (Fox News)
A mom has gone viral for a controversy with a teacher that she describes on Reddit. The teacher told the mom to "stop packing my son such 'disgusting and inappropriate' lunches." Others weighed in.

Live updates: Deadly Mississippi tornado, severe storms sweep South – (CNN)
At least 23 people are dead, dozens are hurt and at least four are missing after powerful storms and at least one tornado pummeled Mississippi Friday night. Follow for live updates.

Trump reveals if an alliance with DeSantis for 2024 is possible – (Fox News)
Former President Donald Trump revealed Friday whether he is considering an alliance with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in 2024 once the Republican presidential primary concludes.

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'Full-on imposter syndrome': Sudeikis on his early years at 'SNL' | CNN – (CNN)
Jason Sudeikis joins CNN's Jake Tapper to discuss his Apple TV+ hit show "Ted Lasso," where they also talk about his early years on "Saturday Night Live" from being a writer to being on air as a cast member.

How Girl Scouts found itself in a cookie debacle – (CNN)
For decades, Girl Scouts has used cookie sales to raise funds and teach scouts about entrepreneurship. This year, thanks to the Raspberry Rally cookie, members got a painful lesson in what can happen when high demand meets limited supply.

Handyman turns the tables on squatters who took over his mother's house – (Fox News)
When local police refused to remove alleged squatters from his mother's Northern California house, this handyman decided to try to outsmart the trespassers.

Mississippi tornadoes: Violent twisters kill at least 23 and leave 100-mile destruction path – (Fox News)
At least 23 people are reported dead after tornadoes tore through Mississippi on Friday, ravaging multiple rural towns and leaving a 100-mile-long path of destruction.

Explosion at R.M. Palmer chocolate factory in Pennsylvania leaves 2 dead, others missing and injured – (Fox News)
A devastating explosion at the R.M. Palmer Co. Chocolate Factory left two people dead, nine missing and eight injured. Authorities are working to determine the cause of the blast.

Reese Witherspoon announces divorce from husband Jim Toth – (CNN)
Reese Witherspoon and her husband Jim Toth are divorcing after 12 years of marriage.

Bowling Green college basketball player struck in handshake line following win; Memphis player charged by campus police, school says – (CNN)
Bowling Green State University basketball player Elissa Brett was struck by University of Memphis player Jamirah Shutes while the two walked through the traditional post-game handshake line following Bowling Green's 73-60 win in the Women's National Invitatio…

Opinion: Trump’s visit to Waco is a provocation of historic significance – (CNN)
Former President Donald Trump clearly knows the power of place, writes historian Nicole Hemmer. She says that Waco,Texas, holds a pivotal position in the mythos of far-right extremism, and Trump's appearing at a rally in Waco during the 30th anniversary of th…

‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ indulges in a particular kind of sequel inflation – (CNN)
Inflation comes in many forms, including the running-time bloat that can afflict sequels. Clocking in at 2 hours and 49 minutes, "John Wick: Chapter 4" is a more-is-less epic that showcases dazzling stunt work but piles on the action to near-exhausting extrem…

See tourist freefall after bungee jump cord snaps in Thailand | CNN – (CNN)
The 39-year-old tourist opted for a bungee jump after being dared to by his friends. He was left with multiple injuries after the cord snapped seconds into his jump.

WATCH: Dad fights off aggressive monkeys in Thailand after they lunge at family – (Fox News)
Riley Whitelum and Elayna Carausu have spent almost nine year sailing the world aboard their boat, La Vagabonde. They record their journey and post it on their YouTube channel.

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