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CNMI legacy transpires with 1st international badminton tournaments sanctioned in 2023
Badminton Oceania and Northern Marianas Badminton Association announced the addition of two new international challenge tournaments to the Badminton World Federation calendar in 2023, taking place back-to-back in June.See the Story
Athletes compete in badminton tournament
The Tan Holdings Corporation 50th Anniversary 2022 Guam Badminton Open concluded Sunday, with 110 athletes, including 31 juniors, battling the birdie.See the Story
Books · Washington
Trump Weighed Bombing Drug Labs in Mexico
Former President Donald Trump asked repeatedly whether the U.S. could bomb Mexican drug labs to stop illicit substances from coming into the country, according to an excerpt from New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman’s new book obtained by the Washington Post, containing a host of new information about Trump’s time at the White House, including a disregard for classified details and frequent praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin.See the Story
62% Left coverage: 13 sources
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Europe · Moscow
Russian council faces dissolution after call for Putin's removal
St Petersburg local politicians who called for President Vladimir Putin to be sacked over the war in Ukraine faces the likely dissolution of their district council. A judge decided that a series of past council meetings had been invalid, paving the way for it to be broken up by the regional governor. Another council member, Dmitry Palyuga, said the same court then fined him 47,000 roubles ($780) for "discrediting" the authorities by calling for Putin's removal.See the Story
38% Right coverage: 8 sources