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Europe · Bucha

Zelensky accuses Putin of genocide after 'massacre' of Bucha

40% Left coverage: 85 sources
Bodies found with bound hands, gunshot wounds to the head and signs of torture after Russian soldiers withdrew from the outskirts of Kyiv. At least nine people in civilian clothes who appeared to have been killed at close range. Authorities said they were documenting evidence of alleged atrocities to add to their case for prosecuting Russian officials for war crimes.See the Story
Europe · Paris

French prosecutor studying EU anti-fraud agency report on Le Pen

Coverage: 25 sources
French prosecutors are examining a report by the European Union's anti-fraud agency that accused presidential candidate Marine Le Pen of fraud. Le Pen allegedly misappropriated over $150,000 of public money, and her party members diverted over $667,000. The far-right candidate is challenging incumbent French President Emmanuel Macron in a presidential election.See the Story
Europe · Paris

French Presidential candidates enter final day of campaign

56% Center coverage: 32 sources
Macron accuses Le Pen of trying to divide France over Islam. Le Pen has proposed to ban Muslim headscarves in public. All campaigning and opinion polling must end by midnight on Friday. A first-round vote on April 10 led to Le Pen and Macron facing each other Sunday.See the Story

Shireen Abu Akleh death: Israeli PM Naftali Bennett reacts to Al Jazeera journalist's killing

43% Left coverage: 7 sources
Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, 51, died on Wednesday. She was hit by gunfire while covering an Israeli military operation in the city of Jenin. Al Jazeera and witnesses at the scene said she died as a result of Israeli gunfire. Israel has called for a joint-investigation and said it was unclear who was responsible.See the Story

Huit femmes accusent Eric Zemmour de violences sexuelles dans une enquête de Mediapart (vidéo)

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Eric Zemmour est accusé d’agressions sexuelles, selon plusieurs témoignages de femmes recueillis par Mediapart. Certaines de ces femmes se sont exprimées face caméra pour la première fois.See the Story
Borne · Borne

In pictures: the faces of France’s new government

Coverage: 2 sources
France's new Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne will work with a government composed by heavyweights from the previous cabinet as well as newcomers. The list includes some new faces in key posts but Macron notably opted for continuity at the finance, interior and justice ministries. Macron’s revamp of his administration is, in part, aimed at building momentum ahead of parliamentary elections in June.See the Story
Europe · France

France: Minister in newly-named government denies rape claims

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Damien Abad, minister for solidarity and the disabled, has been accused of rape by two women. The allegations had been reported to the right-wing Les R�publicains (LR) and the ruling La R�publique en Marche (LREM) Abad himself strongly denies the allegations.See the Story
Emmanuel Macron

Le malentendu Pap Ndiaye

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Insulté par l’extrême droite et critiqué par certains partisans de Macron, le ministre de l’éducation nationale est en réalité un modéré, loin des caricatures indigénistes et des procès en wokisme....See the Story
Libya · Libya

More details emerge of witness tampering plot to undermine Sarkozy-Libya funding probe

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
In November 2020, Ziad Takieddine, a key witness in the French judicial investigation into the suspected illegal funding of Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 presidential election campaign by the regime of the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, publicly retracted statements he had previously given to judges in which he confirmed his own role in transporting the cash payments.See the Story

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