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Erdogan · Kahramanmaras
Turkey's earthquake death toll tops 48 000 as government races to build container cities
The death toll in Turkey from last month's major earthquakes has risen to 48 448, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said on Monday. The death toll included 6 660 foreign nationals, mostly Syrians. The combined death toll including those killed in Syria has climbed to more than 54 000.See the Story
54% Right coverage: 13 sources
Refugees · Bangladesh
Bangladesh Panel Says Fire at Rohingya Camps 'Planned Sabotage’
Nearly 2,800 shelters and more than 90 facilities including hospitals and learning centres were destroyed in the fire on March 5. More than 1 million Rohingya refugees live in tens of thousands of huts made of bamboo and thin plastic sheeting in camps in the border district of Cox's Bazar. Most fled a military-led crackdown in Myanmar in 2017.See the Story
54% Center coverage: 13 sources
Ukraine · Ukraine
Russia unleashes massive missile attack on targets in Ukraine
Ukraine's chief commander of the armed forces said Moscow shot 81 missiles and eight Shahed drones into Ukraine on Thursday. Russia's defense ministry said it carried out the new strikes in retaliation for an alleged raid last week on a village in the Bryansk region of Russia last week. The onslaught of strikes comes as Ukraine defends embattled Bakhmut.See the Story
45% Right coverage: 20 sources
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Polish PM defends John Paul II after report he knew of abuse
Poland's prime minister steps in to defend the good name of St. John Paul II. Report claims he knew of sex abuse of minors by priests while an archbishop in Poland. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki says proof cited against the late pontiff is dubious.See the Story
63% Left coverage: 8 sources
Europe · Madrid
Spain's ombudsman registers 445 church sex abuse complaints
Spain’s ombudsman said Monday that an independent commission set up a year ago to investigate historic sex abuse by the Catholic church has collected testimonies from 445 victims, as the nation tackles an issue other European countries acted on long ago.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 12 sources
Hitler · Vatican City
Nicaragua proposes cutting Vatican ties after Pope Francis compared Ortega regime to Hitler
Relations between the church and the Nicaraguan government have been deteriorating since 2018. Some Catholic leaders gave protesters shelter in their churches and the church later tried to act as a mediator between the regime and the opposition. Pope Francis had remained largely silent on the issue, apparently not wanting to inflame tensions.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 35 sources
Europe · Geneva
Finding COVID-19's origins is a moral imperative: WHO's Tedros
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says finding origins of COVID-19 is a moral imperative. He was writing to mark three years since the WHO first used the word "pandemic" to describe the global outbreak. A U.S. agency was reported to have assessed the pandemic had likely been caused by an unintended Chinese laboratory leak. Beijing denies the assessment.See the Story
47% Right coverage: 30 sources
Vladimir Putin · Bakhmut
Ukraine readies counteroffensive as Russia inches forward in Bakhmut
The Ukrainian military was preparing Sunday for an upcoming counteroffensive, with a top commander saying his forces' ongoing defence of Bakhmut in the face of fierce and sustained Russian attacks was necessary to "buy time" for that push.See the Story
37% Right coverage: 81 sources