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Middle East · Jerusalem

Israeli police beat mourners with batons at funeral procession for veteran journalist

43% Left coverage: 148 sources
Shereen Abu Akleh was killed in clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian gunmen. Four people were arrested outside the funeral, which took place in Jerusalem's Old City. Mourners stretched for almost a quarter mile outside and down the packed street to the Jaffa Gate. Palestinians have accused Israel of deliberately killing the veteran journalist.See the Story
Europe · London

UK court approves extradition of Julian Assange to US

38% Left coverage: 113 sources
Julian Assange's case is sent to interior minister Priti Patel. Patel will decide whether the Wikileaks founder should be extradited to the United States. Assange is wanted in the U.S. on 18 criminal charges, including breaking a spying law. He denies any wrongdoing.See the Story
US & Canada · Tallahassee

Florida Legislature will let DeSantis draw US House maps

56% Left coverage: 45 sources
Lawmakers say they will wait for Gov. Ron DeSantis to give them a map to consider. The governor submitted his own congressional map in an unprecedented move. The Senate did not take the governor's map into consideration. The House approved two maps, a primary map and a second in case the first map was found unconstitutional.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Arabs decry 'racist' double standard in Ukraine media commentary

78% Left coverage: 9 sources
Arab world stunned by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, but indignation over media commentary. Many commentators drew a line between the conflict unfolding in Ukraine and those in other parts of the world. Arabs point out the double standard, noting that while the toll of war may be similar in the respective conflicts, the media treatment is not.See the Story
Climate Change

Relatório do Ipcc prova “o fracasso da liderança global sobre o clima”

75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Second in a series of three reports from the the UN's top climate scientists. Launched just over 100 days since COP26 agreed to step up action to limit global warming to 1.5°C and stave off the worst effects of climate change. UN Secretary-General Ant�nio Guterres called the first report, issued last August, a "code red for humanity"See the Story
Racism

Buffalo gunman's racism appears linked to mainstreaming of white nationalism

100% Left coverage: 3 sources
Amid the outpouring of grief and heartache following Saturday's massacre in Buffalo that left 10 people dead and three wounded, critical observers say the racial animus which evidence shows motivated the killer must be seen in the larger context of a white nationalist mindset that has increasingly broken into the mainstream of the right-wing political movement and Republican Party in recent years.See the Story
Climate Change

Temperatures hit 'unthinkable' highs at both of Earth's poles on the weekend. Climate scientists are trying to find out why

100% Left coverage: 3 sources
An 'atmospheric river' drove warm, moist air down over Antarctica. It was warm enough to rain over parts of the Antarctic coast. Parts of eastern Antarctica were reportedly around 40 degrees Celsius above average. At the other end of the planet, the Arctic was reported to be experiencing extremes pushing 30C above the monthly average.See the Story

‘More vicious without a badge’: Leaked disciplinary records reveal a notorious Baltimore cop’s shocking behavior

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Marilyn Mosby’s list of 300 police with ‘credibility issues’ includes Melvin Hill. Battleground Baltimore investigates this former cop with dozens of allegations against him, including ‘criminal misconduct’ and making a ‘false statement.’See the Story
Seattle · Seattle

The Chris Hedges Report: How to defeat the billionaire class

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant describes how her party has mobilized ordinary people to win victories in the war being waged on the working class and the poor—despite opposition from Democrats.See the Story

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