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Erdogan · Turkey
Turkey says 'terrorists' carried out bomb attack near government building
Turkish media earlier reported that an explosion was heard near the parliament and ministerial buildings. Interior minister: Two "terrorists" carried out a bomb attack in front of the ministry buildings in Ankara. Ali Yerlikaya, the minister, said on social media platform X that two police officers were slightly injured.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 154 sources
Europe · Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan says serviceman killed by sniper, Armenia denies incident
Azerbaijan's Defence Ministry said on Saturday that one of its servicemen was killed by sniper fire from Armenian forces in the border district of Kalbajar, but the alleged incident was swiftly refuted by Armenia.See the Story
53% Center coverage: 19 sources
Troops · Russia
Russia’s Medvedev says British training troops in Ukraine could be legitimate targets
Dmitry Medvedev says British soldiers training Ukrainian troops in Ukraine would be legitimate targets for Russian forces. Former Russian President says strikes on German factories producing Taurus missiles should they supply Kyiv would be in compliance with international law.Medvedev, who is deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council, has become an increasingly hawkish and anti-Western figure.See the Story
44% Right coverage: 16 sources
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Jerusalem · Jerusalem
A-G: Levin gets own rep for spyware case, but bias claims 'baseless'
The government established the spyware committee on August 23 to investigate the "Pegasus affair," in which NSO's Ciphon malware was used to infect over a thousand phones.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources