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Erdogan · Washington

Biden voices support for selling F-16s to Turkey, denies ‘quid pro quo’

46% Right coverage: 22 sources
Joe Biden says the United States should go ahead with the delayed sale of F-16 warplanes to Turkey. Biden added that for the sale, "I need congressional approval to do that and I think I can do that" Turkey surprised fellow NATO members at a summit in Madrid by suddenly dropping weeks of opposition to the Finland and Sweden applications to join the alliance.See the Story
Business · Riyadh

OPEC+ to maintain oil output policy, steers away from plans for September

50% Center coverage: 24 sources
OPEC+ agrees to add another 648,000 barrels per day in August, the same as for July. Russia's invasion of Ukraine exacerbated concerns about oil supplies, sending prices to record highs this year. The 13 members of OPEC, chaired by Saudi Arabia, and their 10 partners, led by Russia, drastically slashed output in 2020.See the Story
Europe · London

European court tells Russia to ensure two Britons do not face death penalty

45% Center coverage: 9 sources
Two Britons face the death penalty in the so-called Donetsk People's Republic. The two men had been fighting with the Ukrainian armed forces since 2018. They were sentenced to death in early June by a Donetsk court, which is not internationally recognized. U.K. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss slammed the decision as a sham judgment with no legitimacy.See the Story
Europe · London

Ten people in custody in France over deaths of 27 migrants in the English Channel

83% Center coverage: 6 sources
The suspects were caught in the north of the country and the Parisian region. It has been reported that they are all allegedly part of an Afghan smuggling network. The victims died while attempting the dangerous crossing from France to the UK in November. The arrests come after 269 people travelled across the Channel on Wednesday.See the Story

Private sector holidays for Eid Al Adha in UAE announced

75% Right coverage: 4 sources
Federal ministries and entities will be on holiday from Friday, July 8 until Monday, July 11. The Dhu Al-Hijjah moon was sighted on the evening of June 29 in Saudi Arabia, according to the kingdom’s Supreme Court. This marks the beginning of Hajj on July 7, followed by Eid Al Adha on Saturday, July 9.See the Story
Europe · Paris

France's new wave of COVID infections expected to peak end-July -scientist

43% Right coverage: 7 sources
France reported new 124,724 coronavirus infections over the past 24 hours, against 77,967 a week ago. The French government also recommended this week that people should start wearing face masks again in crowded areas, especially in public transport. "The peak is not yet here, this peak of infections will probably be for end-July," a government official said.See the Story

Africa in need of test kits, vaccines as monkeypox spreads

50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Monkeypox is a viral disease that causes flu-like symptoms and skin lesions. It is endemic in parts of Africa but has also recently been reported in countries with no history of human transmission. There are no specific vaccines for monkeypox, but smallpox jabs protect against the virus.See the Story
Beijing · Beijing

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways returns to Beijing after two-year hiatus due to COVID-19

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Etihad Airways inaugural flight EY888 landed in Beijing on Thursday morning at 05:25 (local time) It is the first regular direct international passenger service to return to Beijing under the latest mandate of the Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council. Following the inaugural flight, the regular weekly service will commence on July 6.See the Story

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