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US & Canada · Phoenix
Arizona judge says state can enforce near-total abortion ban
Arizona can enforce a near-total ban on abortions that has been blocked for nearly 50 years, a judge ruled Friday, meaning clinics across the state will have to stop providing the procedures to avoid the filing of criminal charges against doctors and other medical workers.See the Story
43% Center coverage: 78 sources
Middle East · West Bank
Israeli troops kill Palestinian after alleged car-ramming
Israeli troops on Saturday shot and killed a Palestinian motorist who allegedly tried to ram his car into a group of soldiers patrolling in the occupied West Bank, according to Israeli soldiers and media. The incident took place near the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank — the focal point of the deadliest Israeli-Palestinian violence in the occupied territory since 2016.See the Story
52% Left coverage: 27 sources
Kate del Castillo and Jaime Camil to host the 2022 Latin Billboard Awards
The gala will be held on September 29 at the Watsco Center in Miami and will be broadcast live on TelemundoSee the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
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Jack Miller scores 4th MotoGP in the Japanese Grand Prix - NBC Sports
Jack Miller passed six riders in the first two laps, grabbed the lead one circuit later and never looked back on his way to a fourth career MotoGP win.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Yves Allegro: "Roger Federer changed tennis"
Yves Allegro says Roger Federer is the greatest tennis player ever. Federer has not played for two and a half years due to a serious right knee injury. The 41-year-old from Basel has already arrived in London and trained with Stefanos Tsitsipas.See the Story
Pope Francis · Matera
Pope Francis called on the rulers for initiatives to end the invasion of Ukraine
Cardinal Matteo Zuppi, the President of the Italian Bishop's Conference welcomed Pope Francis upon his arrival in Matera on Sunday morning. The Pope's presence in the so-called City of 'the Sassi', an extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage Site built on a labyrinth of caves that have been inhabited since the Paleolithic period, is to conclude Italy's 7th National Eucharistic Congress.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
The last farewell to Carlitos Balá: family, friends and fans fired him at the Chacarita Cemetery
The beloved animator died early this Friday morning. He was 97 years old and a hundred followers who grew up watching him on TV are firing him this Saturday.See the Story
In front of a crowd, Belgrano beat Brown de Adrogué 3-2 and returned to Primera after three and a half years in the Ascent
The Pirate became champion of the First National three dates in advance. 23,000 fans accompanied him to San Nicolás for the heart-stopping decisive match, in which he was down twice on the scoreboardSee the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Tragic celebration in Rosario: a young man argued with the birthday boy, shot him and killed him
This is the fourth homicide recorded in the department in just over 24 hours. The police are intensively searching for the assailant, a 22-year-old boy.See the Story
Lionel Messi · Honduras
“Weasel”: the nickname Messi earned after the victory over Honduras
Rodrigo De Paul and Alejandro Gómez commented on the Instagram photo to Lio and revealed the new nickname La Pulga.See the Story
Tomorrow they will pay retirements above $48,975 to holders with a national ID card ending in 4 and 5
In addition, the agency announced that the One-Time Payment Appropriations continue to be paid until October 12, and the payment of this month's non-contributory pension benefits continues until October 12, 2022.See the Story