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Mahmoud Abbas · West Bank
Palestinian prime minister submits government’s resignation, a move that could open door to reforms
Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said on Feb 26 he was resigning to allow for the formation of a broad consensus among Palestinians about political arrangements following Israel’s war against the Islamist group Hamas in Gaza.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 167 sources
Alexei Navalny · Russia
Navalny was close to being freed in a prisoner swap, says ally
Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was close to being freed in a prisoner swap at the time of his death, Maria Pevchikh, a Navalny ally, said on Monday, repeating her allegation that President Vladimir Putin had him killed.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 148 sources
Europe · Japan
Japan’s moon lander survives a second weekslong lunar night, beating predictions
Japan’s first moon lander responded to a signal from Earth, suggesting it has survived a second freezing weekslong lunar night, Japan’s space agency said Monday. JAXA called the signal, received late Sunday night, a “miracle” because the probe was not designed to survive the lunar night, when temperatures can fall to minus 170 degrees Celsius (minus 274 degrees Fahrenheit).See the Story
54% Center coverage: 58 sources
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Helvoirt · Helvoirt
Parents (39 and 34) of deceased baby arrested in Helvoirt, cause of death investigation
The parents of the baby who died in Helvoirt on Monday were arrested in the evening. The police reported this on Tuesday. It concerns a 39-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman. They are suspected of being involved in the boy's death.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Macron doesn't rule out possibility of Western troops in Ukraine
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Feb. 26 that the possibility of sending Western troops on the ground in Ukraine is not "ruled out" in the future. Macron declined to provide specifics regarding which nations were considering sending troops, adding that he prefers to maintain some "strategic ambiguity" Earlier, Macron urged European leaders to ensure the continent's "collective security" by offering steadfast support to Ukraine.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 16 sources
Netherlands · Netherlands
Na zes jaar doet rechtbank uitspraak in liquidatieproces Marengo
In De Bunker in Amsterdam wordt dinsdag uitspraak gedaan in het liquidatieproces Marengo. De zeventien verdachten zouden deel uitmaken van een criminele organisatie die verantwoordelijk is voor zes moorden, vier moordpogingen en het voorbereiden van liquidaties. Tegen hoofdverdachte Ridouan Taghi en vijf andere verdachten is een levenslange celstraf geëist. Onze misdaadverslaggevers Yelle Tieleman en Chiel Timmermans volgen het in het liveblog.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources