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U.S. Supreme Court limits federal power to curb carbon emissions
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. Supreme Court limits federal power to curb carbon emissions

56% Center coverage: 192 sources
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday imposed limits on the federal government's authority to issue sweeping regulations to reduce carbon emissions from power plants in a ruling that will undermine President Joe Biden's plans to tackle climate change. The court's 6-3 ruling restricted the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from existing coal- and gas-fired power plants under the landmark Clean Air Act anti-pollution law. Biden's administration is currently working on new regulations.See the Story
Biden: U.S. to announce $800 million more weapons aid to Ukraine
Europe · Ukraine

Biden: U.S. to announce $800 million more weapons aid to Ukraine

48% Center coverage: 124 sources
Biden says $6.5 billion in security assistance that Congress approved last month as part of a $13.6 billion package for Ukraine could soon be exhausted. New military package includes heavy artillery, 144,000 rounds of ammunition and drones for the escalating battle in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.See the Story
1955 Warrant in Emmett Till Case Found; Family Seeks Arrest
Politics · Mississippi

1955 Warrant in Emmett Till Case Found; Family Seeks Arrest

53% Center coverage: 95 sources
Warrant for arrest of Carolyn Bryant Donham found in Mississippi courthouse. Donham accused Emmett Till of making improper advances at a family store. She was married to one of two white men tried and acquitted just weeks later. Till was abducted from a relative's home, killed and dumped into a river.See the Story

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Middle East · Jerusalem

Israel’s parliament dissolves, sets 5th election in 4 years

38% Center coverage: 63 sources
Israeli lawmakers voted on Thursday to hold an early national election on Nov 1. The vote will give Benjamin Netanyahu, the right-wing former prime minister and current opposition leader, a chance to regain power. The country held four elections in two years, the fifth in less than four years. Yair Lapid, the foreign minister and architect of the outgoing coalition government, will become the country's caretaker prime minister.See the Story
Asia · Hong Kong

Chinese leader Xi arrives in Hong Kong for handover anniversary

Coverage: 47 sources
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Hong Kong on Thursday for events to celebrate 25 years since the former British colony returned to Chinese rule. Xi's visit, via high-speed rail, is his first to the city since 2017 and the first known trip outside mainland China in over two years amid the COVID-19 epidemic.See the Story
Nature · Manipur

Many dead, dozens missing as huge landslide hits India’s Manipur

46% Left coverage: 13 sources
Pounding rain following weeks of heavy downpours triggered a mudslide in northeast India. At least seven people killed and about 40 others missing, authorities said.Continuous rainfall over the past three weeks has wreaked havoc across India's northeast. Scientists say climate change is a factor behind the erratic, early rains.See the Story
Politics · Kinshasa

Congo buries murdered independence hero Lumumba's only remains

75% Center coverage: 16 sources
Patrice Lumumba is widely hailed as the nationalist activist who helped to end colonial rule. He became the country's first prime minister and was assassinated within a year in 1961. The ceremony for the interment of his remains comes after Belgium returned them to Congo earlier this month.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

ICC seeks arrest of three war crimes suspects in 2008 Russia-Georgia conflict

46% Center coverage: 13 sources
Three men wanted on suspicion of committing war crimes during the 2008 Russo-Georgian War. Russia invaded Georgia after violence broke out between separatist groups and Georgian forces. The three wanted men served in the governments of the Russian-backed self-declared republic of South Ossetia. ICC is a court of last resort that takes on cases when national authorities are unwilling or unable to launch prosecutions.See the Story

Several protesters killed in Sudan amid mass rallies against military rule

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
At least five Sudanese demonstrators killed as security forces try to quash mass rallies of protesters demanding an end to military rule. Two of the four were shot dead by "bullets to the chest", and another by "a bullet to the head", medics said. The deaths on Thursday took the toll to 108 from months of protest-related violence.See the Story
International · Brussels

EU tells Greece to stop "violent" migrant deportations

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
BRUSSELS - The European Union's top migration official told Greece on Thursday to stop "violent" deportations of migrants or risk losing funds. After becoming one of the main destination points during the migration crisis of 2015, Athens has hardened its policy in the past year by increasing land and sea patrols, extending a border fence and building camps with much stricter security onSee the Story
Erdogan · Finland

Erdogan says Sweden, Finland must fulfil NATO agreement promises

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Turkish leader says deal is 'a diplomatic victory', but Sweden and Finland must first live up to their promises.See the Story

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