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Bloomberg, Warren end US presidential campaigns following Super Tuesday

On Tuesday, the United States Democratic Party held primary elections in fourteen states, as well as caucuses in the territory of American Samoa, in an event known as "Super Tuesday" in the context of US presidential elections. On Thursday and Wednesday, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Michael Bloomberg, formerly the mayor of New York City, ended their campaigns.

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Wikinews discusses International Women's Day celebration with Mysore Divisional Railway Manager

This Thursday, an all-women crew ran the Mysore–Bangalore Tippu Express in the Indian state of Karnataka, an event launched by state-run Indian Railways ahead of International Women's Day. Aparna Garg, the Divisional Railway Manager for Mysore Division, discussed this initiative with Wikinews.

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Argentine president Fernández to send bill legalising abortion to National Congress within 10 days

On Sunday in Argentina's National Congress, President of Argentina Alberto Fernández announced he is to send a bill to the congress in the next ten days which aims to legalise abortion of human pregnancy. The president had previously called it "a matter of public health".

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Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak dies

Hosni Mubarak, former President of Egypt, died aged 91 in a military hospital in Cairo, the country's capital. The country's state news announced the death on television. Cause of death was not announced. Reportedly, his family said he was in intensive care in hospital after a stomach tumour removal last month.

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Iranian government official Mohammad Mir-Mohammadi dies of COVID-19

Seyed Mohammad Mir-Mohammadi, a council member of Iranian Expediency Discernment Council, died of COVID-19, the government announced on Monday. Mir-Mohammadi was 71 years old.

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