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Arkansas becomes first US state to criminalise treatment for transgender minority
Arkansas becomes first US state to criminalise treatment for transgender minority

On Tuesday, lawmakers in the Republican-governed US state of Arkansas became the first in the country to ban specific treatment types to transgender youth under the age of eighteen, irrespective of parental consent. It is to become law at the earliest by the 91st day after the legislative session's recess, or July 30.

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Wikinews interviews Adrian Mizher, independent candidate for Texas' 6th congressional district special election

Wikinews extended invitations by e-mail on March 23 to multiple candidates running in the Texas' 6th congressional district special election of May 1 to fill a vacancy left upon the death of Republican congressman Ron Wright.

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North Korean Research Institute for Nutrition Care of Children director slams UN's report on child malnutrition due to COVID-19
North Korean Research Institute for Nutrition Care of Children director slams UN's report on child malnutrition due to COVID-19

On Tuesday, a statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of North Korea heavily criticised a report made by the United Nations on child malnutrition in North Korea, which found around 100 thousand children in North Korea are suffering from malnutrition. This malnutrition crisis is in part caused by COVID-19 border closures, according to the The Korea Times.

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NASA's helicopter Ingenuity survives its first night at Mars
NASA's helicopter Ingenuity survives its first night at Mars

On Sunday, NASA announced on twitter its man-made helicopter Ingenuity survived its first freezing night on the surface of Mars. Ingenuity is a part of Perseverance's mission, which primarily focuses on astrobiology, and Ingenuity is planned to fly and explore Mars and gather rocks samples looking for signs of life.

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North Korea withdraws from Tokyo Olympics, citing COVID-19 concerns
North Korea withdraws from Tokyo Olympics, citing COVID-19 concerns

On Tuesday, North Korean government announced it would not participate in the delayed Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics "to protect players from the world public health crisis caused by COVID-19", the Associated Press reported.

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