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Vladimir Putin · Moscow
Russian president Putin visits occupied city of Mariupol
Russian President Vladimir Putin has visited the port city of Mariupol, Russian state news agencies reported on Sunday morning, in what would mark his first trip to Ukrainian territory that Moscow illegally annexed in September. See the Story
43% Center coverage: 210 sources
Kim Jong-Un · Pyongyang
N. Korea fires ballistic missile amid US-South Korea drills
North Korea launched a short-range ballistic missile toward the sea on Sunday, its neighbors said, ramping up testing activities in response to U.S.-South Korean military drills that it views as an invasion rehearsal. See the Story
50% Center coverage: 163 sources
Kim Jong-Un · Pyongyang
North Korea claims almost 800,000 people have signed up for military to fight against US
North Korea claims that about 800,000 of its citizens volunteered to join or reenlist in the nation's military to fight against the United States, North Korea's state newspaper reported on Saturday. See the Story
47% Right coverage: 49 sources
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Russian investigators to assess German minister’s remarks on executing arrest warrant for Putin
German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann said earlier that the country would comply with the demands of the International Criminal Court. ICC issued arrest warrants for Putin and Russia's Children's Rights Commissioner Maria Lvova-Belova on Friday. The court said they could be responsible for the war crime of unlawful deportation of children.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Cyril Ramaphosa · Johannesburg
South African president deploys more than 3,400 soldiers to maintain peace
South African President has deployed 3,474 soldiers from March 17 to April 17 to maintain peace. Opposition political party Economic Freedom Fighters has called for a national shutdown on March 20 to force President Cyril Ramaphosa to resign. An amount of more than 166 million rands (about 8.99 million U.S. dollars) is expected to be incurred.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
United Nations · Malawi
Cyclone Freddy leaves over 300 dead in Southeastern Africa
Malawi's Department of Disaster Management Affairs said the cyclone had killed as many as 326 people. The authorities further stated that over 30 people from Chilobwe, one of the hardest-hit areas, have died. In Mozambique, at least 10 people were killed and 13 injured in the Zambezia province, CNN reported.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 6 sources
North Korea fires ‘long-range’ missile as South Korean president heads to Japan
North Korea fired a suspected long-range ballistic missile toward the East Sea on Thursday. Launch came hours before South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol's arrival in Tokyo. South Korean military said they detected the launch from the Sunan area of the capital Pyongyang in the morning with the missile traveling around 1,000 kilometers.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Military · Pyongyang
North Korea confirms missile launches, says it will 'annihilate the enemy'
North Korea confirmed the launch of two medium-range ballistic missiles, state media reported Wednesday, warning that its military would "surely annihilate the enemy if they fight it."See the Story
60% Right coverage: 15 sources
Europe · Moscow
China, Russia, Iran hold joint naval drills in Gulf of Oman
Naval forces from China, Iran and Russia, all countries at varying degrees of odds with the United States, are staging joint drills in the Gulf of Oman this week, Chinas Defense Ministry has announced.See the Story
36% Center coverage: 55 sources
Europe · Pyongyang
North Korea says UN should demand end to S.Korea-US military drills
North Korea's foreign ministry on Sunday called on the United Nations to demand an immediate halt to combined military drills by the United States and South Korea, saying they were raising tensions that threaten to spiral out of control.See the Story
56% Right coverage: 16 sources
Red Cross · Mali
Two Red Cross Workers Kidnapped in Mali: ICRC
The ICRC confirms the kidnapping of two of its colleagues in northern Mali. Kidnappings are common in Mali, which has been battling a security and political crisis. Jihadists affiliated with Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State group have escalated their operations in the region. In February, a World Health Organization doctor who had been abducted in Mali was freed.See the Story
Coverage: 13 sources