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Europe · Stockholm
Nobel prize in medicine awarded for research on evolution
This year’s Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine has been awarded to Swedish scientist Svante Paabo for his discoveries on human evolution.The prize, arguably among the most prestigious in the scientific world, is worth 10 million Swedish crowns ($900,357). See the Story
59% Center coverage: 177 sources
Lula Da Silva · Rio De Janeiro
Da Silva and Bolsonaro to face each other in run-off Brazil election
Brazilians will head to the polls again on 30 October for a second round vote after former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva secured more than a 4% win over incumbent Jair Bolsonaro but failed to get more than 50% of the vote.See the Story
39% Left coverage: 127 sources
Soccer · Jakarta
Stadium Tragedy Exposes Indonesia’s Troubled Soccer History
Indonesia is one of the most dangerous countries in which to attend a game. 78 people have died in game-related incidents over the past 28 years. Indonesia was the first Asian team ever to play at a World Cup in 1938. It has never returned to the global stage because of years of corruption, violence and mismanagement.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 48 sources
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Europe · Washington
Musk sets off a firestorm with his plan for ‘peace’ in Ukraine
Elon Musk is drawing criticism after he tweeted a “peace” proposal for Ukraine that involved permanently making the Crimean Peninsula part of Russia and potentially recognizing the country’s annexation claims to four Ukrainian territories.See the Story
72% Center coverage: 36 sources
[Ticker] Latvian ruling party wins elections
Latvian prime minister Arturs KariFa' centre-right New Unity party came first in elections on Sunday with 19 percent of the vote. Voters abandoned left-leaning, Russia-friendly parties, such as Harmony (with 5 percent). , your membership gives you access to all of our stories.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
2022 Nobel Prize in Physics: a quantum future
Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton ZeilingerSee the Story
100% Left coverage: 3 sources
'A pioneer in country music': Eastern Kentucky remembers Loretta Lynn
Sissy Spacek pays tribute to country music icon Loretta Lynn. She said: "The world lost a magnificent human being. I am heartbroken" Shania Twain has also heaped praise on the country music legend. She described her as a "trailblazer" for women in the music industry.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Anton Zeilinger: Ja, so populär darf ein Nobelpreisträger sein
Die Auszeichnung für den geistreichen Physiker zeigt auch, dass die Quantenphysik in Österreich wieder eine – hoffentlich – stete Heimat hat.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Alaska · Alaska
Federal Constitutional Court and legalization of politics
Measure asking Alaska voters to approve a constitutional convention is getting very little attention. If this measure passes, it could open a Pandora's box of issues. Rhonda McBride talks with two veteran political observers, Tim Bradner and James Brooks, about whats at stake.See the Story
Vladimir Putin · Ukraine
Ukraine: A look back shows that Putin has poor chances
Russia's troops are withdrawing further and further in Ukraine. Moscow now only has hope for the effect of mobilization and its own historical strength. But just a glimpse of history should make Putin shiver.See the Story
Tory dispute: Liz Truss is fighting for her authority
The new British Prime Minister's course is causing turmoil not only on the markets, but also within the Tory Party. At the party conference in Birmingham, Liz Truss vowed to continue her growth trajectory — but critics are sharpening the knife.See the Story