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US & Canada · Virginia Beach

Naval Special Warfare sailor dies days after helicopter landing incident

78% Center coverage: 18 sources
The Navy on Wednesday said the Naval Special Warfare sailor killed in a training accident in Virginia was Electronics Technician 1st Class Ryan DeKorte from Lubbock, Texas. He died Monday from injuries received late last week in a helicopter landing incident during an exercise at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story.See the Story
Military · Washington

As Biden visits Asia, China launches South China Sea drills

46% Right coverage: 13 sources
China is holding military exercises in the disputed South China Sea coinciding with U.S. President Joe Biden’s visits to South Korea and Japan that are largely focused on countering the perceived threat from Beijing.See the Story
Cocaine · Jakarta

Indonesian sailors seize $82 million of cocaine floating off port

34% Center coverage: 12 sources
Four black packages containing 179 kilograms of cocaine worth 1.2 trillion rupiah ($82.6 million) Found floating near Merak port on Java island on Sunday. Indonesia is a major hub for drug trafficking in Southeast Asia and has strict drug laws. Convicted smugglers sometimes executed by firing squad.See the Story
UN Security Council · Tokyo

U.S. President Biden supports Japan becoming permanent member of the U.N. Security Council

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
Japanese PM Kishida: Biden will support Japan's bid for permanent seat on reformed UN Security Council. Get top headlines from the Union-Tribune in your inbox weekday mornings, including top news, local, sports, business, entertainment and opinion. You may occasionally receive promotional content from the San Diego Union- Tribune.See the Story
Refugees · Colombo

Sri Lanka arrests 67 suspected to be heading to Australia

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
Sri Lanka's navy says it has arrested 67 people who it believes were trying to travel by sea to Australia. The persons were aged between 3 and 53, and that five of them are suspected be part of a human smuggling ring. Sri Lanka is facing its worst economic crisis in recent memory facing heavy shortages of essentials.See the Story
U.S. Navy · Washington

Trump complained US Navy ships ‘look ugly’: Esper

80% Left coverage: 5 sources
Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper wrote in his new book that former President Donald Trump used to complain about how US Navy ships looked. Esper, whose new book "A Sacred Oath" is slated for release on Tuesday, revealed the president's distaste for the Navy's vessel designs.See the Story
Europe · Ukraine

Products will increase in price as blockade prevents access to Ukraine ports

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Russian navy blockades are preventing commercial shipping to Ukrainian ports. Prices have already jumped up for some vital food supplies as a result. Ukraine's ambassador to the UK has called on the international community to help. UK and allies have said there are no plans for Royal Navy warships to help break Russia's blockade.See the Story
Sanctions · Ukraine

Explainer-Ukraine looks for ways to get its grain out

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Grain is one of Ukraine's main industries, with exports totalling $12.2 billion in 2021. Nearly 25 million tonnes of grain were stuck in Ukraine as of early May due to infrastructure challenges. Western powers have been discussing the idea of setting up "safe corridors" to allow grain to be shipped out of Ukrainian ports.See the Story
Navy

Indian Navy shares video of 'text book bullseye': 'Hit first-hit hard'

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
On Twitter, the navy shared a 30-second clip of the test firing and said, “All in a day's work! Your navy's guided-missile anti-submarine stealth frigate does what it does best - successfully engages a low flying target with its SAM system, reaffirming the mantra of her crew, hit first! hit hard! Congrats to the team for a textbook bullseye.”See the Story

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