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Europe · New York
Biden: Nuclear 'Armageddon' risk highest since '62 crisis
President Joe Biden said Thursday that the risk of nuclear “Armageddon” is at the highest level since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, as Russian officials speak of the possibility of using tactical nuclear weapons after suffering massive setbacks in the eight-month invasion of Ukraine. Speaking at a fundraiser for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin was “a guy I know fairly well” and the Russian leader was “not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons.”See the Story
48% Center coverage: 199 sources
Europe · Oslo
Ukraine, Russia, Belarus rights activists win Nobel Peace Prize
Human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski from Belarus, the Russian human rights organisation Memorial and the Ukrainian human rights organisation Center for Civil Liberties have won the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize.See the Story
41% Left coverage: 91 sources
Business · San Francisco
Judge delays Twitter trial, gives Musk time to seal buyout
Twitter and Elon Musk now have until Oct. 28 to close the deal. A trial originally set for Oct. 17 will happen in November if they don't, a judge says. Musk revived the takeover offer on Monday but said he needed time to get the financing in order. Twitter disputed Musk's claim that the company is refusing to accept the new bid.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 87 sources
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Crime · Bangkok
'Little kids who were still sleeping' - Thailand mourns victims of mass killing
Pink and white coffins adorned with gold and bearing the bodies of the 22 children killed in a gun and knife rampage in Thailand were loaded onto a truck late on Thursday and driven away in the darkness.See the Story
37% Center coverage: 62 sources
Europe · Oslo
Nobel Peace Prize: Who is Ales Bialiatski?
Nobel Peace Prize awarded to jailed Belarus rights activist Ales Bialiatski. Russian group Memorial and Ukrainian organization Center for Civil Liberties also honored. Prize is a strong rebuke to Russia's President Vladimir Putin on his 70th birthday. Bial iatski was one of the leaders of the democracy movement in Belarus in the mid 1980s.See the Story
59% Center coverage: 27 sources
Europe · Washington
NASA astronauts, cosmonaut dock with ISS after launch on SpaceX Crew Dragon
A four-member SpaceX Crew Dragon team, including a Russian cosmonaut and the first Native American woman sent to orbit, safely docked with the International Space Station (ISS) on Thursday and moved aboard to begin a five-month science mission.See the Story
43% Left coverage: 28 sources
Asia · New Delhi
India tests samples of cough syrup linked to deaths of children in Gambia
Indian authorities are testing samples of cough syrups produced by a local pharmaceutical company. The UN's health agency said the products were linked to the deaths of 66 children in Gambia. The WHO is looking into whether these products were distributed to other countries. The company, Maiden Pharmaceuticals, has been warned about manufacturing "substandard" products.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 15 sources
US & Canada · Washington
Justice Department Believes Trump Has More Documents
A top Justice Department official told former President Donald Trump’s lawyers in recent weeks that the department believes he has not returned all the documents he took when he left the White House. The outreach from the official, Jay Bratt, who leads the department’s counterintelligence operations, is the most concrete indication yet that investigators remain skeptical that Mr. Trump has been fully cooperative in their efforts to recover documents the former president was supposed to have turned over to the National Archives at the end of his term. See the Story
Coverage: 22 sources
Lula Da Silva · Brasília
Third Place Candidate Endorses Lula in Brazil
Center-right Senator Simone Tebet won 4.2 percent of the vote Sunday. She is the first choice of nearly five million Brazilians whose votes Lula (48.4 percent) and Bolsonaro both want in the October 30 runoff. Lula also scored an endorsement from his predecessor as president, Fernando Henrique Cardoso.See the Story
86% Center coverage: 7 sources
Iran · Iran
Faeser wants to stop deportation for Iran
The German Minister of the Interior is thus reacting to the violent crackdown on demonstrators in the Islamic Republic. The US government is tightening its sanctions against Iran.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
International · Tigray
Cautious optimism ahead of Ethiopia-Tigray peace talks
Analysts have welcomed peace talks in South Africa between regional leaders of Ethiopia's Tigray region and the federal government but say both sides must get serious this time amid a war that has killed thousands.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources