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Europe · Washington

Ukraine war: Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and senior White House officials banned from entering Russia

36% Center coverage: 64 sources
Russia has imposed sanctions against US President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and other US officials, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday. In addition, Moscow is imposing sanctions against Hunter Biden, the president's son, and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Russian News Agency reported.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Russian strike on Kyiv TV tower kills 5 and damages Holocaust memorial: Zelensky

42% Left coverage: 59 sources
Russian forces fired at the Kyiv TV tower and Ukraine's main Holocaust memorial. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on the U.N. top human rights body to hold Russia accountable for its invasion of Ukraine. Russian nuclear submarines sailed off for drills in the Barents Sea and mobile missile launchers roamed the taiga.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Putin wants all of Ukraine and 'worse is to come' in conflict, warns Macron

44% Right coverage: 41 sources
Russian President Vladimir Putin told his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Thursday that he would plow on with his war in Ukraine. Paris says Putin initiated the one-and-a-half-hour-long exchange but then did not make any specific recommendations to Macron. Without providing any evidence, Putin alleged Ukrainian war crimes, and said the Kyiv was using human shields.See the Story
Europe · Paris

French President Emmanuel Macron announces candidacy for reelection

45% Left coverage: 38 sources
French President Emmanuel Macron formally announced Thursday that he will run for a second term in April's presidential election. The letter published online by numerous news sites ended months of speculation and signaled the start of the election campaign. The first round of the presidential vote would take place on April 10 and the runoff, if necessary, was scheduled for April 24.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Ukraine: ‘Very credible reports’ show Russian attacks on civilians ‘deliberate’, says Blinken

39% Left coverage: 26 sources
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the US saw "very credible reports" of deliberate attacks on civilians in Ukraine. He added that Washington documented these reports to support appropriate organizations in potential war crime investigations. On Friday, the US embassy in Ukraine tweeted that attacking a nuclear plant is a war crime.See the Story
Europe · Marseille

Man shot in Marseille after knife attack on police

46% Center coverage: 13 sources
A French man with a knife injured three police officers in the southern city of Marseille. He was killed by police after repeatedly ignoring warning shots, authorities said. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said police were able to "neutralize the victim and avoid the worst" The reason for the attack was unclear.See the Story
Justice

Justice grants suspended sentence to Yvan Colonna after his assault

Coverage: 2 sources
Justice on Thursday granted a suspension of sentence "for medical reasons" to Corsican independence activist Yvan Colonna, after his violent attack in Arles prison in early March, AFP learned Thursday from a judicial source.See the Story

Alain Krivine, figure of the far left, died

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Alain Krivine, far-left figure and former presidential candidate,See the Story

The McKinsey firm "will pay what it owes to the French state", assures Le Maire

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The private firm McKinsey is accused of tax optimization by a Senate commission of inquiry.See the Story

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