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Europe · Rome

Official: 17 unaccounted for in Italian glacier avalanche

54% Center coverage: 55 sources
At least six people died and 9 were injured by the avalanche of ice, snow and large rocks. Conditions were too dangerous Monday morning for rescue crews with dogs to resume the search. 16 cars remained unclaimed in the area's parking lot, and authorities sought to track down occupants.See the Story
Evacuations · Sydney

Sydney floods impact 45,000 around Australia’s largest city

35% Left coverage: 52 sources
Hundreds of homes have been inundated in and around Australia’s largest city in a flood emergency that was threatening 45,000 people, officials said on Tuesday. Emergency response teams made 100 rescues overnight of people trapped in cars on flooded roads or in inundated homes in the Sydney area, State Emergency Service manager Ashley Sullivan said.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Russian scientist dies two days after arrest for state treason, lawyer says

43% Right coverage: 21 sources
Dmitry Kolker, 54, was arrested in Siberia last week on suspicion of state treason. He was flown to Moscow despite suffering from advanced pancreatic cancer. His cousin said the accusation against the laser specialist was preposterous. A number of Russian scientists have been arrested and charged with treason in recent years.See the Story
Asia · Tokyo

Japan protests Chinese navy sailing near disputed islands

40% Right coverage: 15 sources
Japan sees China's increasingly assertive military activity in the East and South China seas as a threat to regional stability. Toyo is especially sensitive to Chinese activities near the disputed islands. Japanese defense officials mentioned a possibility that the ships may have been there to avoid a typhoon. China justified the frigate's entry and criticized Tokyo's protest.See the Story
Novak Djokovic

Wimbledon 2022: Novak Djokovic rallies impressively to beat Tim van Rijthoven and book quarter-final spot

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Novak Djokovic beats Tim van Rijthoven in four sets to reach Wimbledon quarter-finals. Serb will play Jannik Sinner, the conqueror of Carlos Alcaraz, in the last eight. The No. 1 seed secured a 6-2 4-6 6-1 6- 2 victory on Centre Court.See the Story

Suspected pimp arrested in Laval

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
21-year-old man, from Southampton, arrested this morning while officers conducted patrols in Bursledon. Police stopped the black Vauxhall on Shop Lane at around 1.30am this morning. Officers then searched the man and the vehicle to find a quantity of suspected Class A drugs. A search of an address on Alma Road located further quantities of cash and Class B drugs.See the Story
Floods

Over 100 dead as flood continues in Bangladesh - People's Daily Online

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
The Health Emergency Operation Center and Control Room released a daily flood report on Sunday. 102 people were killed by floods between May 17 and June 28 in 27 of the 64 flood-affected districts. Most victims died from drowning, snake bites and lightning in the flood-hit areas. The authorities have been fighting to deliver supplies in many northeastern and northern districts.See the Story
Quebec City · Quebec City

Not all rapists are equal

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
An engineer who sexually assaulted a woman and photographed her private parts, was entitled to an absolution...See the Story

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