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International · Havana

Cuba: Several dead, many injured after explosion at Havana hotel

42% Center coverage: 146 sources
No tourists were staying at the 96-room Hotel Saratoga because it was undergoing renovations. Cuba is struggling to revive its key tourism sector that was devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. The hotel has been used frequently by visiting VIPs and political figures. An elementary school next to the hotel was evacuated and no children were hurt.See the Story
Europe · Mariupol'

200 bodies found in Mariupol as war rages in Ukraine’s east

51% Center coverage: 85 sources
Biden calls for greater Indo-Pacific leadership in the effort to stop Russian aggression. Donald Trump hopes to avoid embarrassment in the Georgia governor's race. U.S. births bumped up last year, but the number of babies born was still lower than before the coronavirus pandemic.See the Story
Europe · New York

Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band to tour in US, Europe

47% Center coverage: 56 sources
The rockers announced Monday that they will begin an arena tour in February in the United States. Details on the cities the rockers will visit in the U.S. will be announced later. It'll be the first time the group has toured since wrapping The River Tour in Australia in February 2017.See the Story
Motorsport

Sebastian Vettel Robbed in Barcelona After Spanish Grand Prix, per Report

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Sebastian Vettel was the victim of a robbery in Barcelona following last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix. The 34-year-old driver had a bag taken from him, though was able to locate it using the GPS feature on his AirPods. Vettel chased the assailants using a scooter, though it's unclear whether there was a confrontation.See the Story
Kherson · Kherson

Kherson region to integrate into Russia’s system of education — regional authorities

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Twitter post accuses Russian soldiers of 'purposefully exterminating female population in Kherson region' Lyudmila Denisova, Ukraine's Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman), has called on the world community to impose personal sanctions against political leaders, Russian military commanders and perpetrators of these terrible crimes.See the Story
Europe · London

Russia's elite want Putin out of office: report

100% Left coverage: 3 sources
Sources close to the Kremlin say there is increasing dissatisfaction with President Vladimir Putin from both sides. This has led to open discussions within the Kremlin over Putin's future. The sources however downplay any imminent exit for Putin, that is unless his health deteriorates rapidly. This would suggest that despite the unhappiness with the situation, he still remains very much in control.See the Story

Many questions remain over the false Covid-19 vaccination certificates bought by stars, sports personalities and business leaders

2,200 stars, sports personalities and others investigated in Spain for false Covid-19 vaccinations. Amongst those that have been investigated are leading singers, musicians, football stars and top medical personnel. 15 people involved in the selling and issuing of false certificates have been arrested.See the Story

17-year-old girl dies of apparent cardiac arrest after feeling unwell at school

ON Thursday, May 26, a 17-year-old girl died of an apparent cardiac arrest at a school in Mexico after suddenly collapsing during her lunch break. TheSee the Story

Chancellor announces cost of living payments for lower income households, pensioners and the disabled

After weeks of delay, the chancellor today announced support for those most affected by the rise in the cost of living with payments for lower incomeSee the Story

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