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Italy's right wing, led by Meloni, wins election, exit polls say
Europe · Rome

Italy's right wing, led by Meloni, wins election, exit polls say

37% Left coverage: 122 sources
Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni's electoral alliance appears to hold a wide lead in Italy's national vote. If Meloni becomes premier, she will be the first woman in Italy to hold that office. Her party, with neo-fascist roots, would need to form a coalition with her main allies to command a majority in Parliament.See the Story
EU approves phone charger reform, forcing Apple to adapt
Europe · Brussels

EU approves phone charger reform, forcing Apple to adapt

58% Center coverage: 43 sources
The European Parliament approved new rules on Tuesday that will introduce in the European Union a single charging port for mobile phones, tablets and cameras. The vote confirms an earlier agreement among EU institutions and will make USB-C connectors used by Android-based devices the EU standard. Apple is expected to be among the most affected, but analysts also expect a possible positive impact.See the Story
Pope Francis expands ranks of cardinals who'll likely pick successor
Europe · Vatican City

Pope Francis expands ranks of cardinals who'll likely pick successor

48% Center coverage: 54 sources
With a solemn ceremony to create new cardinals, Pope Francis was poised Saturday to formally expand the ranks of churchmen now eligible to vote for his successor in case he dies or resigns — the latter a step he has said he’d consider if the need arises. Of the 20 churchmen being raised to the rank of cardinal in St. Peter’s Basilica, 16 are younger than 80 and thus eligible to participate in a conclave — the ritual-shrouded, locked-door assembly of cardinals who cast paper ballots to elect a new pontiff.See the Story

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