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North America · Maryland

US man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months

50% Center coverage: 211 sources
David Bennett, 57, died Tuesday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Doctors didn't give an exact cause of death, saying only that his condition had begun deteriorating several days earlier. Bennett, a handyman from Hagerstown, Maryland, was ineligible for a human heart transplant.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues

38% Left coverage: 129 sources
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the most brazen illegal war waged by one sovereign state against another since World War II. The most widely discussed response to the blatantly illegal war has been an unprecedented cascade of coordinated sanctions. Just days into the war, the chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court announced that he was launching an investigation into possible Russian war crimes.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Fed begins inflation fight with key rate hike, more to come

50% Center coverage: 138 sources
The Fed raises its benchmark short-term interest rate. The rate hikes will eventually mean higher loan rates for many consumers and businesses. Seven of the central bank's 16 policymakers favor at least one half-point rate hike this year. Many economists say the Fed has made its task riskier by waiting too long to begin raising rates.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. Paying $2 Million a Month to Protect Pompeo

55% Center coverage: 47 sources
The State Department says it's paying more than $2 million per month to provide 24-hour security to former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The department told Congress in a report that the cost of protecting Pompeo and former Iran envoy Brian Hook between August 2021 and February 2022 amounted to $13.1 million.See the Story
Europe · New York

Many nations support UN resolution to demand Russia stop war

41% Center coverage: 29 sources
A total of 141 countries voted in favour of the resolution, which reaffirms Ukrainian sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity. Five countries - Belarus, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (more commonly known as North Korea) Eritrea, Russia and Syria - voted against it. 35 abstained.See the Story
Ukraine · Ukraine

These Companies Have Left Russia: The List Across Tech, Entertainment, Finance, Sports

40% Center coverage: 10 sources
Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine has prompted an exodus of around 300 Western companies from Russia. Some say they are leaving only temporarily, but others, such as Goldman, claim they are going for good. Many companies have cited logistical disruptions, sanctions and concerns about the safety of staff as reasons for pulling out.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Afghanistan’s Last Finance Minister Now an Uber Driver

67% Left coverage: 6 sources
Until last summer, Khalid Payenda was Afghanistan's finance minister. The job was his way of supporting his wife and four children after he burned through his family's savings. "I feel incredibly grateful for it," said the 40-year-old. "It means I don't have to be desperate"See the Story
Business · Ukraine

Russia combat power declines in Ukraine as war takes toll, U.S. official says

Coverage: 4 sources
Russia's combat power in Ukraine has declined below 90 percent of its pre-invasion levels. U.S. defense official suggests heavy losses of weaponry and growing casualties. Russia assembled more than 150,000 troops around Ukraine before the Feb. 24 invasion. Moscow has instead turned to bombarding cities with artillery, missiles and bombs.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Russia's Gazprom says it continues gas exports to Europe

100% Right coverage: 5 sources
Russian energy giant Gazprom said on Tuesday it was continuing to supply gas to Europe via Ukraine in line with requests from European consumers. The company said requests stood at 108 million cubic meters for March 22, up from 104.7 million cubic meter for March 21. (Reporting by Reuters)See the Story

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