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Middle East Politics · Jerusalem
Three Israeli soldiers killed near Egypt border
Three Israeli soldiers have been killed and others wounded by a gunman near the border with Egypt, the army says. It says a male and female soldier were shot dead on Saturday morning. Their bodies were discovered after an officer was unable to contact them.See the Story
41% Left coverage: 85 sources
Latin America · Mexico City
Mexico: Police discover 45 bags containing human remains
Mexican police have discovered dozens of bags with human remains, during a search operation for seven young workers of a call center who went missing a week ago, Mexican prosecution said on Thursday.See the Story
36% Center coverage: 61 sources
Macky Sall · Dakar
Senegal opposition leader Sonko convicted of corrupting youth, acquitted of rape
Senegal opposition leader Ousmane Sonko was convicted Thursday of corrupting youth but acquitted on charges of raping a woman who worked at a massage parlor and making death threats against her.See the Story
40% Center coverage: 42 sources
Latest News Stories
Biden signs debt limit bill, avoiding U.S. default
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) sits for debt limit talks with President Joe Biden in the Oval Office at the White House on May 22. The White House says the debt ceiling will not be raised until a compromise is reached. The Senate is expected to vote on raising the debt limit as early as next week.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
India · India
Death toll nears 300 in India train crash
The Coromandel Express, which runs from Kolkata to Chennai, derailed and fell on the opposite track. A second passenger train was also involved in the incident, but it is as of yet unclear when it crashed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi says "all possible assistance" is being provided.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Europe · Riga
Latvia’s parliament elects popular foreign minister Edgars Rinkevics as the new president
The Latvian lawmakers, on Wednesday (May 31) elected the popular and long-time foreign minister Edgars Rinkevics as the Baltic nation’s next president, said the country’s Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins. The 49-year-old will also become the first openly gay president in the Baltic nation and will represent the European Union and NATO member nations at the security alliance’s upcoming summit in Vilnius, Lithuania.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 24 sources
Europe · Odesa
Russia says it destroyed Ukraine's 'last warship'
Russia’s Defense Ministry said Wednesday it had “destroyed” what it claimed was Ukraine’s last warship. The landing ship Yuri Olefirenko was struck by “high-precision” Russian Aerospace Forces weaponry in the Black Sea port of Odesa on Monday, the Defense Ministry said in a daily briefing. See the Story
42% Right coverage: 26 sources
Europe · Berlin
Germany orders closure of four out of five Russian consulates in tit-for-tat move
Germany says it has told Russia to close four out of five consulates in Germany in a tit-for-tat move after Moscow set a limit for the number of German embassy staff and related bodies that can operate in Russia.See the Story
51% Left coverage: 51 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
US ‘strongly condemns’ North Korea’s purported satellite launch
The Biden administration on Tuesday condemned North Korea after the country’s state-run news agency said Pyongyang had attempted and failed to launch a military satellite. See the Story
50% Right coverage: 14 sources
Vladimir Putin · Washington
Tara Reade, who accused Joe Biden of sexual assault, defects to Russia
Tara Reade, a former Senate staffer who in 2020 accused Joe Biden of sexual assault, said on Tuesday she had defected to Russia. “I’m still kind of in a daze a bit but I feel very good,” Reade told Sputnik, a Russian press outlet supportive of President Vladimir Putin, while sitting with Maria Butina, a convicted Russian agent jailed in the US but now a member of parliament in Russia. See the Story
42% Left coverage: 62 sources