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US & Canada · Uvalde

Death toll rises to 19 children, 2 adults in Texas elementary school shooting

47% Center coverage: 154 sources
The gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school. Police and others responding to Tuesday’s attack also went around breaking windows to enable students and teachers to escape. Investigators did not immediately disclose a motive but identified the assailant as Salvador Ramos, a resident of Uvalde.See the Story
Erdogan · Ankara

Turkey's Erdogan threatens new incursion into Syria

45% Left coverage: 31 sources
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened Monday to launch a new military operation in Syria. Erdogan said the aim of the operation would be resume Turkish efforts to create a 30-kilometer (20 mile) safe zone along its border with Syria. Turkish forces have launched three major incursions into northern Syria.See the Story
US & Canada · West Bank

Israeli forces kill Palestinian teen in West Bank clashes, Palestinian health ministry says

50% Right coverage: 18 sources
The Palestinian health ministry says Ghaith Yamin was wounded by a gunshot to the head. The clashes erupted when Jewish worshipers, escorted by the military, arrived at a shrine. Israeli authorities say they have foiled a wide-ranging plot by Palestinian militant Hamas group.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Russia launches all-out assault to encircle Ukraine troops in east

Coverage: 13 sources
Three months after Russia invaded Ukraine, authorities in the second-largest city Kharkiv were expected to open the underground metro. Moscow is attempting to seize the Donbas region of two eastern provinces, Donetsk and Luhansk, and trap Ukrainian forces in a pocket on the main eastern front. The easternmost part of the Ukrainian-held Donbas pocket, the city of Sievierodonetsk on the east bank of the Siverskiy Donets river, has become the pivotal battlefield.See the Story
Europe · Ankara

Turkey says normalisation of Israel ties will help resolve Palestinian conflict

44% Right coverage: 16 sources
Mevlut Cavusoglu spoke in Jerusalem as part of the first visit by a senior Turkish official to Israel in 15 years. The trip comes as Israel and Turkey have worked to reset their relations after years of strained ties. The countries withdrew their ambassadors in 2010 after Israeli forces stormed a Gaza-bound flotilla carrying humanitarian aid.See the Story
US & Canada · United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates detects first case of monkeypox

50% Right coverage: 12 sources
Health authorities in the United Arab Emirates say they have detected the country's first case of the monkeypox virus. The government said little about the patient, but stressed that authorities were investigating her contacts. The diagnosis in the UAE marks the first reported case on the Arabian Peninsula. The World Health Organization has identified over 100 cases globally.See the Story
Middle East

Biden to keep Iran's Revolutionary Guards on terror list in 'final' decision, says report

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
U.S. President Joe Biden has decided to keep Iran's Revolutionary Guards on the American list of terrorist organizations. The decision is expected to make it difficult to advance nuclear talks with Iran, which have stalled in recent months. Another official said that Biden updated Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on the decision in a telephone call on April 24.See the Story
Middle East · Israel

Israel disputes CNN inquiry on death of Al Jazeera journalist

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Investigation by US-based cable news channel suggests that Israeli forces deliberately targeted reporter. Shireen Abu Akleh was shot dead while covering clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian gunmen during an IDF operation in the city. Israel Defense Forces (IDF) is saying that the allegation is entirely unfounded.See the Story
Culture · Israel

Israel: 2,100-year-old farmstead found in Galilee

Coverage: 2 sources
Archaeologists suspect family fled the farm in a hurry, possibly from 'threat of a military attack' The dig revealed loom weights used for weaving garments, large ceramic storage vessels, and iron agricultural implements, including various picks and scythes. It is the first time remains from the period were found in the Galilee.See the Story

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