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Kemal Kilicdaroglu · Ankara
Voting starts in Turkey presidential election runoff
Turks began voting on Sunday in a presidential runoff that could see Tayyip Erdogan extend his rule into a third decade and persist with Turkey's increasingly authoritarian path, muscular foreign policy and unorthodox economic governance. See the Story
41% Center coverage: 109 sources
Judaism · Jerusalem
Israel’s National Security Minister Ben-Gvir ascends Jerusalem’s Temple Mount
'None of Hamas's threats will help. We are the owners of Jerusalem and the entire Land of Israel,' said Ben-GvirIsrael’s National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir on Sunday morning ascended the Temple Mount in Jerusalem’s Old City, the site’s administration said.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 61 sources
Military · Tehran
At least three killed in clash on Iran-Afghan border
Two Iranian border guards and one Taliban fighter were killed after shooting broke out near a border post between Iran and Afghanistan, a Taliban spokesman and Iran’s state media said on Saturday. See the Story
45% Center coverage: 56 sources
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Baghdad · Baghdad
Parliamentary Finance calls on the Presidency of Parliament to determine the voting session on the budget
May 29, 2023 Baghdad/The Obelisk Event: The Parliamentary Finance Committee called on the Presidency of Parliament to expedite the scheduling of the voting session... The parliamentary financial article appeared calling on the Presidency of Parliament to determine the voting session on the budget first on the obelisk.See the Story
Baghdad · Baghdad
Lebanon Christian parties choose presidential candidate
Lebanese Parliament has failed to elect a president 11 times in almost 8 months. Jihad Azour, 57, is a former finance minister and currently heads the Middle East and Central Asia Department at the International Monetary Fund. He is widely considered to be a technocrat who could help usher in the economic stability Lebanon needs as the country faces the worst financial crises in its history.See the Story
Corruption · Baghdad
The Obelisk Hour: The burning gas is strangling Basra.. The electricity crisis will continue due to corruption and nepotism
May 30, 2023 Baghdad/The Obelisk Al-Hadath: The Obelisk publishes the most prominent interactions of television interviews. The spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity... The article appeared on the Obelisk Hour: the burning gas is strangling Basra. The electricity crisis will continue because of corruption and nepotism first on the obelisk.See the Story
Finance · Baghdad
Finance introduces 552 new job grades to confirm contracts
May 29, 2023 Baghdad/The Obelisk Event: The Ministry of Finance announced on Monday the creation of 552 new job grades to install... The financial article appeared to introduce 552 new job grades to install contracts first on the obelisk.See the Story
Airstrike · Homs Governorate
Syria intercepted Israeli air strike in Homs area, three injured -state media
Syrian air defenses intercepted an Israel rocket attack in the vicinity of the city of Homs in the early hours of Saturday and shot down some of them, state media said, citing a military source. See the Story
34% Center coverage: 18 sources
Europe · Khartoum
Sudan conflict threatens supply of key soft drink ingredient gum arabic
Sudan's eruption into conflict has left international consumer goods makers racing to shore up supplies of gum arabic, one of the country's most sought-after products and a key ingredient in everything from fizzy drinks to candy and cosmetics.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 10 sources