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MEPs confirm electric fishing ban, despite eleventh-hour Dutch effort

By Gerardo Fortuna

The European Parliament approved on Tuesday (16 April) new technical rules on fishing activities and catching methods allowed within EU waters, confirming that the use of electric currents or 'pulse fishing' will be illegal from mid-2021.

'Fuller House' creator Jeff Franklin suing executive producer for allegedly getting him kicked off the show

By Peter White

"Fuller House" will be ending its run on Netflix with its upcoming fifth season, but a lawsuit today from canned creator of "Full House" and the reboot could go on long after the show is over.

'Fuller House' creator Jeff Franklin suing executive producer for allegedly getting him kicked off the show

By Peter White

"Fuller House" will be ending its run on Netflix with its upcoming fifth season, but a lawsuit today from canned creator of "Full House" and the reboot could go on long after the show is over.

The Sharks Went All In for a Stanley Cup. Just Don’t Tell Them That.

By ANDREW KNOLL

Chasing its first Cup, San Jose added the star defenseman Erik Karlsson in the off-season and boasted as much versatility and depth as the franchise has ever had.

Once Again, Hitters to the Rescue as Mets Top the Phillies in 11 Innings

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

The starting rotation was expected to be a strength of the Mets this season, but so far the offense has carried the team. And that was the case again on Monday.

Mets 6, Braves 3: Amed Rosario and Pete Alonso Power Mets Past Braves

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Rosario and Alonso had home runs, helping end the team-record streak of starts without a decision by Steven Matz.

The Comeback of Trumpeter Swans

By KAREN WEINTRAUB

Restoration efforts in Ontario, Canada, have helped a once-vanquished population to flourish. And they have been sighted in new habitats in the United States, too.

Red-stained Brazil flags at burial of man shot by military

By MARIO LOBAO and PETER PRENGAMAN

Angry friends and relatives of a man shot to death by soldiers wailed and waved Brazilian flags spattered with red paint during his funeral Wednesday, four days after an incident that stirred outrage in Latin America's largest nation.

Fiction: Drama and Suspense in the Canadian Wilderness

By DENISE MINA

Peter Heller’s “The River” juxtaposes a tense social situation with a raging wildfire.

Putin says he may weigh pardon for Norwegian man after trial

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he will wait for the trial of a Norwegian man jailed on espionage charges to wrap up before weighing pleas for a pardon.

Putin says he may weigh pardon for Norwegian man after trial

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he will wait for the trial of a Norwegian man jailed on espionage charges to wrap up before weighing pleas for a pardon.

The Comeback of Trumpeter Swans

By KAREN WEINTRAUB

Restoration efforts in Ontario, Canada, have helped a once-vanquished population to flourish. And they have been sighted in new habitats in the United States, too.

Vestager woos Altmaier with industry pitch

By Sam Morgan

European Commission candidate Margrethe Vestager found a lot of common ground with German economy minister Peter Altmaier on Monday (1 April), as the Dane’s campaign appeared to gain momentum.

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