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Business · United States
Boeing replaces head of troubled 737 Max program
Boeing is replacing the head of its 737 Max program, less than two months after a panel blew out on one of the jet models during an Alaska Airlines flight, prompting a federal grounding and heightened scrutiny of the plane maker’s operations. See the Story
61% Center coverage: 133 sources
Asia · Guangzhou
Five dead after cargo ship hits bridge in southern China
Five people were killed when an empty cargo ship struck a bridge in southern China on Thursday, causing part of it to collapse, authorities and state media reported.See the Story
38% Right coverage: 47 sources
Alexei Navalny · United States
Biden calls Putin a 'crazy SOB' and takes aim at Trump during fundraiser for 2024 election
During a fundraiser for his reelection campaign Wednesday night, President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “crazy SOB” and took aim at former President Donald Trump’s comments comparing himself to the Russian opposition leader who died last week in an Arctic prison.See the Story
36% Center coverage: 45 sources
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Austria · Austria
Medical school: Is there a “voluntary commitment”?
Eine „freiwillige Verpflichtung“ von Medizinstudenten etwa über eine Landarztquote ist möglich, wie der Medizinrechtler Karl Stöger (Uni Wien) nun darlegt. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt er in einem von der Arbeiterkammer (AK) beauftragten Gutachten. Ausgangspunkt des Gutachtens war die Forderung von Bundeskanzler Karl Nehammer (ÖVP) im Vorjahr, Medizinern nach ihrem Studium eine gewisse Zeit lang eine Art Berufspflicht aufzuerlegen. Jene, die ein Med…See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Inflation · Vienna
January: Inflation at lowest level since 2021
Inflation slowed down sharply at the beginning of the year. In January — as predicted in the flash estimate — inflation fell to 4.5 percent to its lowest level since December 2021, Statistics Austria announced on Thursday. In December, inflation was still 5.6 percent.See the Story
Volodymyr Zelenskyy · Avdiivka
Zelensky: Without rapid help, “we have no chance”
Following Russia's capture of the eastern Ukrainian city of Avdiivka, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has once again called on allies to help them more quickly. “Otherwise, we have no chance,” he says in excerpts from an interview with the US broadcaster Fox News, which is due to be broadcast on Thursday.See the Story
At least one dead, 8 injured in terror attack in West Bank: Reports
At least one person was killed and eight others were injured in a terror attack in the West Bank on Thursday (Feb 22) after three gunmen opened fire on several vehicles near a Jewish settlement, according to Times of Israel. Magen David Adom (MDA) director Elo Bin informed that the victims include three seriously wounded and two moderately hurt. The victims were waiting near az-Za’ayyem checkpoint between Jerusalem and Ma’ale Adumim when the gun…See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources