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Singapore Politics · Singapore
World's spy chiefs meet in secret conclave in Singapore: Report
Senior officials from about two dozen of the world's major intelligence agencies held a secret meeting on the fringes of the Shangri-La Dialogue security meeting in Singapore this weekend, five people told Reuters.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 23 sources
Terrorist Attack · Islamabad
Pakistan’s military says 2 soldiers killed in militant attack near border with Iran
Pakistan’s military says militants have attacked a security post near the border with Iran, triggering a shootout that killed two soldiers.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 13 sources
Crime · Benue
Armed gangs kill 74 in Nigeria's Benue state
At least 74 people were killed in Nigeria's Benue state in two separate attacks by gunmen this week, local officials and police said on Saturday, the latest clashes in an area where violence between pastoralists and farmers is common. See the Story
57% Center coverage: 7 sources
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Business · Washington
China plans $500 mln subsea internet cable to rival U.S.-backed project
Chinese state-owned telecom firms are developing a $500 million undersea fiber-optic internet cable network that would link Asia, the Middle East and Europe to rival a similar U.S.-backed project, four people involved in the deal told Reuters. The plan is a sign that an intensifying tech war between Beijing and Washington risks tearing the fabric of the internet.See the Story
40% Center coverage: 10 sources
Erdogan · Ankara
Erdogan says Turkey to start ratifying Finland's NATO bid
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Turkey will start the process of ratifying Finland's NATO membership bid in parliament after the country took concrete steps to keep its promises.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 107 sources
Donald Trump · Washington
Army of lobbyists worked to water down bank rules that regulated SVB and Signature: ‘You couldn’t throw an elbow without running into one’
Bipartisan coalition voted in 2018 to roll back portions of a far-reaching 2010 law intended to prevent a future financial crisis. Those changes are now being blamed for contributing to the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. The episode offers a fresh reminder of the power that bankers wield in Washington.See the Story
47% Left coverage: 30 sources
Vladimir Putin · Beijing
China Says ICC Should Avoid 'Double Standards' After Putin Warrant
China on Monday called on the International Criminal Court to avoid what it called "double standards" and respect immunity for heads of state, after the tribunal issued an arrest warrant for Russian leader Vladimir Putin on war crimes charges. See the Story
46% Center coverage: 11 sources
Vladimir Putin · Washington
Biden unveils new US military package for Ukraine, promises support
U.S. President Joe Biden announced a new package of military aid to Ukraine. Biden told President Volodymyr Zelenskiy that the United States was doing all it could to strengthen Ukraine's defense for the war with Russia. Biden said the military aid package included ammunition, artillery and armored vehicles.See the Story
38% Right coverage: 37 sources
Europe · Moscow
Bangladesh to pay Russia in yuan for nuclear plant
Bangladesh is constructing the first of two nuclear power plants in collaboration with Russia's state-owned atomic company Rosatom. The project will help curb frequent power cuts which analysts expect to worsen this year. 90 per cent of the project is financed through a Russian loan repayable within 28 years, with a 10-year grace period.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 7 sources
Europe · Paris
Genetically Modified Houseplants Are Coming to Clean Your Air
At an old shoe factory on the outskirts of Paris, new life is taking shape. Behind a heavy door, a bank of PCR machines multiplies plant DNA molecules by hundreds of billions every few hours. Inside a gleaming white chamber, tiny emerald shoots are coaxed from single cells, unfurling in millimeters over a period of months.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources