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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
Military · Khartoum

Four killed in Sudan as protesters rally on uprising anniversary

41% Center coverage: 17 sources
Internet services were cut and security forces were heavily deployed in Sudan's capital of Khartoum on Thursday. This is the first time web access was blocked in the lead-up to rallies in months. Protesters barricaded some of the city's main thoroughfares with stones and burning tires.See the Story
Business · Washington

Biden says will see Saudi crown prince, won't push directly on oil

Coverage: 14 sources
U.S. President Joe Biden said he would see Saudi Arabia's king and crown prince during a visit to the country next month. Biden said the purpose of his trip was not to press them to increase oil output. He said he had indicated all the Gulf states should be increasing oil production generically, not Saudi Arabia particularly.See the Story
Judaism · Nablus

Israeli military, Palestinians clash at West Bank shrine

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
Palestinian gunmen opened fire at Jewish worshipers on Thursday at a flashpoint holy site in the occupied West Bank. An Israeli military officer and two civilians were wounded, the Israeli army said. Some Jews believe the biblical Joseph is buried at the site, while Palestinians say it's the tomb of a Sheikh.See the Story
Middle East · Doha

Iran says nuclear deal still possible despite Qatar talks setback

42% Center coverage: 7 sources
EU-brokered proximity talks in the Qatari capital Doha had concluded late Wednesday with "no progress made" But Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said he believed the talks had been "positive" The two days of talks, in which EU mediators shuttled between Iranian and US delegations, were intended to reboot wider negotiations between Iran and major powers.See the Story
European Union · United States

EU worries may not cross 'finishing line' to revive Iran nuclear deal

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
The European Union said on Thursday it was worried it may not be possible to strike an agreement to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. indirect talks between the United States and Iran ended this week with no progress. The Security Council met to discuss the latest report by Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on the implementation of a 2015 council resolution.See the Story

Lebanese graduate’s inspirational commencement speech goes viral

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
DUBAI: A moving and inspirational speech given by a Lebanese student at an American University of Beirut graduation ceremony, in which he paid tribute to his “poor and hardworking” parents and the sacrifices they made to ensure he received an education, is going viral on social media Elie El-Khawand, a 21-year-old student of electrical and computer engineering, was among those who graduated from the university on June 11.See the Story

US tells pharmas to make Covid boosters targeting BA.4 and BA.5

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
WASHINGTON: The US Food and Drug Administration on Thursday told vaccine makers that Covid boosters for this fall and winter should include components targeting the BA.4 and BA.5 sub lineages of omicron.See the Story

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