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Mass Shooting · Port Harcourt

Dozens Killed in Nigerian Church Stampede

40% Center coverage: 50 sources
Many of the victims came to an annual charity program organized by the church. Such events are common in Nigeria, Africa's largest economy. The event was suspended while authorities investigated how the stampede occurred. The stampede involved many people who were seeking assistance, police said.See the Story
Europe · Vatican City

Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Vatican power broker for decades, dies at 94

45% Center coverage: 35 sources
Cardinal Angelo Sodano died in a Rome hospital last night from complications related to Covid-19, and other ailments related to his advanced age. The 94-year-old cardinal served as the Vatican Secretary of State under John Paul II and Benedict XVI. He was the dean of the college of cardinals for 15 years.See the Story
Middle East · Jerusalem

Israel confirms 2nd case of monkeypox

46% Center coverage: 11 sources
The affected King County resident did not require hospitalization and is isolating at home. People who had close or intimate exposure to an affected person with monkeypox should be advised to get a monkeypox vaccine. Despite the news of multiple cases nationwide, monkeypox is a very rare disease in the United States.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Ukraine's former President blocked from leaving the country

47% Left coverage: 19 sources
Poroshenko stopped twice at a border crossing with Poland while he was on his way to the meeting of NATO's Parliamentary Assembly. Poroshenko is being investigated in connection with the financing of Russian-backed separatists in the east of the country. He won a court ruling in January allowing him to remain at liberty while being investigated for treason.See the Story
Tesla · Washington

Elon Musk Shares Opinion About Amber Heard and Johnny Depp Before Defamation Trial Verdict - E! Online

57% Right coverage: 14 sources
Elon Musk responded to a tweet from a podcast host offering his takeaway from the Johnny Depp defamation trial. The Tesla chief said he hopes his ex, Amber Heard, and Depp "move on" He and Heard dated briefly in 2017 after her divorce from Depp was finalized.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Disease experts call on WHO, governments for more action on monkeypox

50% Right coverage: 14 sources
More than 300 suspected and confirmed cases of monkeypox have been reported this month. Most have been in Europe rather than in the Central and West African countries where the virus is endemic. The WHO has said it expects numbers to rise as surveillance increases. Mass vaccination is not considered necessary but some countries are offering vaccines.See the Story
Europe · Tirana

Former Albanian President Bujar Nishani dies at 55

38% Center coverage: 13 sources
Nishani served as president from 2012 until 2017. At 45, he was elected as the youngest and sixth president in post-communist Albania. He was often criticized by the leftist Socialist Party of being too close to the Democrats. Nishani was physically not fully fit after surgery in 2008 for a cerebral cavernoma.See the Story
Health · Iran

Iran says crew of two seized Greek tankers not detained and are on board

86% Right coverage: 7 sources
Iranian forces seized two Greek tankers in the Gulf on Friday. The two vessels were stopped over unspecified maritime violations. Greece said an Iranian navy helicopter landed on Greek-flagged vessel Delta Poseidon in international waters. It said a similar incident took place on another Greek- flagged vessel near Iran.See the Story
School Shooting · Uvalde

Harrowing new accounts emerge from Uvalde's young survivors

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Uvalde, Texas, school shooting survivors tell harrowing stories of ordeal. Students forced to play dead as heavily armed gunman continued methodical spree. Accounts underscore accounts of slow reaction by police during the drama. US President Joe Biden will visit Uvalde on Sunday to again make the case for gun control.See the Story

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