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PowerPoint parties are still bringing friends together, one hyper-specific subject at a time

By Scottie Andrew, CNN (CNN) — For McCall Mirabella’s 21st birthday party last month, she asked guests to bring only one gift: A PowerPoint presentation. Mirabella, a TikTok and YouTube personality with over 1.3 million followers across both platforms, assembled her closest friends and asked them to present a slideshow on anything they could think

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A supporter of the coalition of anti-establishment candidates holds a Senegalese flag as they sit on top of a wall during a campaign rally in Dakar on March 10.

Former Senegalese PM concedes defeat to opposition candidate day after presidential vote

By Niamh Kennedy, Larry Madowo, Xiaofei Xu and Nimi Princewill, CNN (CNN) — Former Senegalese Prime Minister Amadou Ba has conceded defeat to leading opposition figure Bassirou Diomaye Faye in the western African country’s presidential elections. “With regard to the provisional results and awaiting the official proclamation, I congratulate President Bassirou Diomaye Diakhar Faye for

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Another plane carrying US citizens fleeing Haiti lands in Florida

By Sarah Dewberry, Jennifer Hansler, Christina Maxouris and Eva Rothenberg, CNN New York (CNN) — A plane carrying 21 Americans fleeing Haiti arrived in Orlando, Florida, on Saturday night, the latest in a series of US-chartered flights from the embattled Caribbean nation, which has descended into chaos amid rampant gang violence and political instability. Florida’s Division of

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