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Wikinews mourns loss of volunteer John Shutt
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Wikinews mourns loss of volunteer John Shutt

On Friday, Wikinews learned that Dr John Nathan Shutt, a long-time contributor to both Wikinews and Wikibooks died on Wednesday.

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Anas Sarwar wins leadership of Scottish Labour party
Anas Sarwar wins leadership of Scottish Labour party

On Saturday, Anas Sarwar has been elected as leader of Scottish Labour ahead of Scottish Parliament elections scheduled for May 6. Sarwar, a Member of the Scottish Parliament from Glasgow, beat out Monica Lennon with a vote of 57.6% to Lennon's 42.4%, the BBC reported. The leadership election was triggered by the resignation of Richard Leonard.

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Two Jordanian ministers caught breaking lockdown measures, resign
Two Jordanian ministers caught breaking lockdown measures, resign

The Jordanian Ministers for Interior and Justice resigned on Sunday after they were found violating anti-coronavirus lockdown measures.

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Ahmedabad's Sardar Patel Cricket Stadium renamed as Narendra Modi Stadium
Ahmedabad's Sardar Patel Cricket Stadium renamed as Narendra Modi Stadium

India’s President Ram Nath Kovind today inaugurated the world's largest cricket stadium previously named after Sardar Patel Stadium. The arena will now be known as Narendra Modi Stadium, renamed after the current prime minister of India.

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Wales widens smoking ban, includes at hospitals, schools and playgrounds
Wales widens smoking ban, includes at hospitals, schools and playgrounds

On Monday, Wales extended the prohibition on smoking at hospitals, schools, and playgrounds, with violators to face a £100 fine. Wales is the first of the UK nations to introduce this ban.

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