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Donald Trump · Missouri
Donald Trump wins the Republican presidential caucuses in Missouri
Donald Trump has won Missouri’s Republican caucuses, one of three events Saturday that will award delegates for the GOP presidential nomination. The former president, who is especially strong in caucuses, was adding to his delegate lead in Republican caucuses in Missouri as well as at a party convention in Michigan. See the Story
34% Right coverage: 77 sources
Military · Haiti
Police in Haiti struggle against gangs storming prison in latest surge of violence
Gangs trying to storm the country's main prison in major escalation of violence. Four police officers killed Thursday in the capital when gunmen opened fire on targets including Haiti's international airport. Gang members also seized control of two police stations, prompting civilians to flee in fear. The violence has complicated efforts to stabilize Haiti and pave the way for elections.See the Story
49% Left coverage: 41 sources
Benjamin Netanyahu · Israel
Israel's wartime Cabinet is rattled by a dispute between Netanyahu and his top political rival
A top Israeli Cabinet minister headed to Washington on Sunday for talks with U.S. officials, sparking a rebuke from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to an Israeli official, in a sign of widening cracks in Israel’s wartime government nearly five months into its war with Hamas. The trip by Benny Gantz, a centrist political rival who joined Netanyahu’s hard-line government in the early days of the war following Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on southern Israel, comes amid deep disagreements between Netanyahu and President Joe Biden over how to alleviate the suffering of Palestinians in Gaza and create a post-war vision for the enclave. The U.S. was prompted to airdrop aid into Gaza on Saturday after dozens of Palestinians rushing to grab food from trucks were killed last week. The airdrops circumvent what’s been a prohibitive aid delivery system, which has been hobbled by Israeli restrictions, logistical issues within Gaza as well as the fighting inside the tiny enclave.See the Story
61% Center coverage: 28 sources