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R. Kelly receives 30-year prison sentence for racketeering and sex trafficking
US & Canada · Chicago

R. Kelly receives 30-year prison sentence for racketeering and sex trafficking

46% Center coverage: 210 sources
Multi-platinum R&B singer R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Wednesday. He was convicted of sex trafficking last year for exploiting his stardom and wealth. Kelly used his wealth to lure women and underage girls for sex, prosecutors said. He is separately facing trial in Chicago on child sex images and obstruction charges. Kelly was himself the victim of child sex abuse, and detailed in his autobiography how he was raped by a female family member when he was eight.See the Story
Boris Johnson to resign as prime minister
Europe · London

Boris Johnson to resign as prime minister

37% Left coverage: 164 sources
Boris Johnson will resign as prime minister as he finally bows to the pressure of swathes of government resignations. Boris Johnson has said he will carry on until the fall when a new leader will be chosen. His grip on power began slipping last month following a narrow victory in a no-confidence vote. Two top cabinet ministers, Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid, resigned in protest at his handling of allegations of misconduct.See the Story
Here's where Ottawa residents can sign books of condolences for Queen Elizabeth II
US & Canada · Ottawa

Here's where Ottawa residents can sign books of condolences for Queen Elizabeth II

39% Center coverage: 57 sources
The British Embassy in Tallinn has opened up a book of condolences following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The condolences book opened Friday during working hours, and will be open again Monday, September 12-Wednesday, September 14. The late Queen famously visited Estonia in 2006, while the-then Prince of Wales had visited in 2001. The Queen's Consort, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, passed away in April last year.See the Story

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