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US & Canada · Washington
Oath Keepers founder guilty of seditious conspiracy in Jan. 6 case
Stewart Rhodes, founder of the right-wing Oath Keepers militia group, was convicted by a jury on Tuesday of seditious conspiracy for last year's attack on the U.S. Capitol in a failed bid to overturn then-President Donald Trump's 2020 election loss - an important victory for the Justice Department. See the Story
54% Center coverage: 244 sources
Twitter · San Francisco
Twitter quietly drops policy preventing sharing of COVID-19 misinformation
Twitter has quietly dropped its policy preventing the sharing of false or misleading information about COVID-19. Under the policy, tweets containing misleading information about the disease could be given a label including corrective information about the claim. The change comes after Elon Musk laid off half of Twitter's workforce when he took over the company, with those responsible for content moderation among the teams hit.See the Story
57% Center coverage: 173 sources
University Student · Beijing
Chinese university students sent home amid protests
Chinese universities are sending students home as the ruling Communist Party tightens anti-virus controls and tries to prevent more protests after crowds angered by its severe “zero COVID” restrictions called for President Xi Jinping to resign in the biggest show of public dissent in decades.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 61 sources
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Environment · Center
New Cold Front will cause rains in several states of the country • Once Noticias
The SMN forecasts a very cold to cold environment with frost at dawn in mountainous areas of the northwest, north and center of Mexico.See the Story
Coahuila · Coahuila
INE approves quick counting for the election in Edomex and Coahuila • Once Noticias
The General Council of the National Electoral Institute (INE) decided this Tuesday to implement rapid counting in the elections for governors inSee the Story
What is sexual consent? • Eleven News
For sexual activity to be consensual, the people involved must agree to have relationships, each and every time.See the Story
Mondelēz International 'complies' and will pay 6 mmdp to the SAT for Ricolino
Why did Dork Van de Put, President and CEO of Mondelez International, meet with AMLO?See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
UK Police Arrest Man Over 2021 Deaths Of 27 Migrants
The 32-year-old was arrested at an address near Cheltenham, southwest England. He was arrested on suspicion of being "a member of the organised crime group" 27 people drowned attempting to cross the Channel in a dinghy last November. The man was arrested over the deaths of 27 people who drowned.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Roman Polanski adds problems with Justice: he will now be tried in France for defamation
British actress Charlotte Lewis accuses him of raping her when she was 16, and he was 50. The trial will be in 2024.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Three migrants from Nigeria to the Canary Islands: 'For 11 days clinging to the helm of an oil tanker'
The ship, flying the Maltese flag, left Lagos on 17 November and arrived in Las Palmas on Monday. The men showed symptoms of dehydration and hypothermia and were transferred to hospitals on the islandSee the Story
50% Left coverage: 10 sources
Law · Iran
Iran says more than 300 killed in protests over Mahsa Amini’s death
Iran reports for the first time that more than 300 people have died in two months of protests. Death toll includes those who have taken to the streets as well as dozens of police, troops and IRGC militia. Iran has blamed its enemies for the civil unrest, pointing at the United States, other Western powers and Israel.See the Story
63% Left coverage: 8 sources