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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Europe, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 66,840 stories have been published about Europe which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

Media Bias Breakdown

How is the media covering Europe?

Europe often is covered by Left Media sources.
Left42%
Center30%
Right28%

Top News Stories

Europe · Cannes

'The Worst Ones' wins 'Certain Regard' competition at Cannes

67% Center coverage: 27 sources
The closing ceremony brings to a close a Cannes that has attempted to fully resuscitate the annual France extravaganza which was canceled in 2020 by the pandemic. This year’s festival also unspooled against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, which sparked red-carpet protests and a dialogue about the purpose of cinema in wartime. The closing ceremony begins at 2:30 p.m. EDT and concludes roughly an hour later.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Russia shows off Zircon hypersonic cruise missile in test-launch at sea

55% Right coverage: 22 sources
The missile was fired from the Barents Sea and hit a target in the White Sea. Hypersonic weapons can travel at nine times the speed of sound. Russia has conducted previous test-launches of the Zircon from warships and submarines in the past year.See the Story
Europe · Luhansk

Russia says eastern Ukraine town of Lyman is under its full control

42% Right coverage: 12 sources
Ukrainian and Russian forces have been fighting for Lyman for several days. Russia says it has used missile strikes to destroy Ukrainian command posts in Bakhmut and Soledar. Both towns lie on a strategically important road running southwest from Lysychansk and Sievierodonetsk.See the Story
Europe · Los Angeles

'Top Gun' studio borrowed fighter jets for $11K an hour but Tom Cruise was not allowed to touch controls

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
The U.S. Navy allowed the "Top Gun: Maverick" studio to use F/A-18 Super Hornets for more than $11,000 an hour for the upcoming film. Tom Cruise and his fellow actors were not allowed to touch the planes' controls. Cruise wanted all the actors portraying pilots in the movie to fly in one of the fighter jets.See the Story
Europe · Geneva

WHO: Monkeypox outbreak could be 'tip of iceberg'

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
World Health Organization warns of "unusual" spread of monkeypox. Nearly 200 cases reported in countries far from where the virus is endemic. Endemic in a number of west and central African nations. U.S., Australia, United Arab Emirates and nearly a dozen EU countries also reported cases.See the Story
Europe · London

Ben Grant: Dramatic footage shows son of Tory MP fighting in Ukraine under heavy Russian fire

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Ben Grant, 30, is the son of Conservative MP Helen Grant. He is a former Royal Marine who arrived in Ukraine during the early days of the war. Clip shows him and his unit under constant fire as they treat former Grenadier Guardsman Dean Arthur's leg with a tourniquet.See the Story
Europe · France

Putin says he's willing to discuss resuming Ukrainian grain shipments

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
Russia and Ukraine account for nearly a third of global grain supplies. Russia is willing to resume grain exports to Ukraine if sanctions are lifted, officials say. Russian President Vladimir Putin is in talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on the issue. The two countries have been at odds over how to deal with the crisis in Ukraine.See the Story
Europe · London

Dame Deborah James inspires bowel cancer health warnings on M&S toilet roll

50% Right coverage: 4 sources
M&S will add information about the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer on its toilet roll packaging in a move inspired by cancer campaigner Dame Deborah James. The changes will come into effect nationwide from September as part of the supermarket's partnership with Bowel Cancer UK. Some 43,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year in the UK, but the disease is treatable and curable.See the Story
Europe · London

Tory discontent with Boris Johnson spreads as MPs fear losing seats

100% Left coverage: 4 sources
Minister says PM in ‘yellow card territory’ after Sue Gray’s Partygate report as more MPs hand in letters of no confidenceSee the Story

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