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71-year-old woman becomes second person this week to be gored by bison at Yellowstone
US & Canada · Yellowstone National Park

71-year-old woman becomes second person this week to be gored by bison at Yellowstone

55% Center coverage: 38 sources
A 71-year-old woman from Pennsylvania was gored by a bison in Yellowstone National Park on Wednesday. It was the second such attack in the park in three days. A third attack happened in the final days of May before record flooding caused Yellowstone to close briefly earlier this month.See the Story
Seeking parole, Oscar Pistorius meets with girlfriend's father
US & Canada · Johannesburg

Seeking parole, Oscar Pistorius meets with girlfriend's father

44% Center coverage: 30 sources
Oscar Pistorius and Barry Steenkamp met face-to-face on June 22 as part of what's known in South Africa as a victim-offender dialogue. It gives victims of crimes or their relatives a chance to meet with the offenders, if they choose to, before the offender can be eligible for parole. Pistorius, who is now 35, was ultimately convicted of murder in 2015 after a long and dramatic trial and numerous appeals. He was sentenced to 13 years and five months in prison.See the Story
Ukraine: Two British nationals detained by Russian forces charged with 'mercenary activities'
Europe · London

Ukraine: Two British nationals detained by Russian forces charged with 'mercenary activities'

Coverage: 18 sources
Two British men detained by Kremlin forces in separatist-held eastern Ukraine have been charged with "mercenary activities." Dylan Healy, 22, and Andrew Hill, 35, were both reported to have been captured in April. Mr Healy was working for British non-profit organisation Presidium Network. Mr Hill, a military volunteer, was filmed with a bandaged left arm and a makeshift dressing on his head.See the Story

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US & Canada · Wantagh

Police: Long Island swimmer’s injury a possible shark bite

54% Left coverage: 13 sources
A 37-year-old man was swimming in the ocean at Jones Beach when he sustained a laceration to his right foot. Nassau County Police Department will have increased patrols at all Nassau beaches over the extended 4th of July holiday weekend. "The nature of the injury is considered a possible shark bite," police said.See the Story
US & Canada · Mexico City

4 bound bodies found in burned-out helicopter in Mexico

44% Right coverage: 9 sources
Bodies of four people found in burned-out helicopter in Mexico's Gulf coast Hustaeca region. Bodies had signs indicating they were killed by a drug gang, authorities said. The killings were the second act of grisly violence in a month in the region.See the Story
Europe · London

PM and Chancellor unified in announcing ‘single biggest tax cut in a decade’

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak have penned a joint article to outline what they are calling “the single biggest tax cut in a decade” in a show of unity on the cost-of-living crisis. The pair said the tax cut will amount to £6 billion in value and lift ‘2.2 million people out of paying any National Insurance or income tax’.See the Story
Europe · London

Queen's role rewritten to remove number of key duties

75% Right coverage: 4 sources
The Queen's 'job description' has been rewritten to remove number of key duties that she was previously obliged to fulfil as part of her role as monarch. More duties will entrusted to the Prince of Wales and 'the wider Royal family.'See the Story
Europe

Prince Andrew and aides 'thought his Newsnight interview went wonderfully well'

75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Sam McAlister worked for 10 years as the interviews producer on the flagship BBC news programme. She has revealed behind the scenes details in her new book, Scoops: Behind The Scenes Of The BBC's Most Shocking Interviews. She said that a smiling Andrew was so pleased with his performance immediately after the interview that he offered her and the rest of the Newsnight team a tour of the palace.See the Story

Tourist rushed to hospital after plunging from hotel balcony in Majorca

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
The 20-year-old fell from the third floor of the TRH Jardin del Mar Beach Hotel. Emergency services found him at the back of the hotel in a gap between the hotel building and a small wall. He was taken to Son Espases Hospital in the island capital after being stabilised at the scene.See the Story
F.B.I.

Ruja Ignatova: the cryptoqueen who vanished with $500m of investors’ cash

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Dr Ruja Ignatova is the only woman on the FBI's top ten most-wanted fugitive list. She is accused of five counts of fraud and money laundering. The con is estimated to have brought in up to €4 billion. She was the first female boss of a billion-dollar cryptocurrency firm.See the Story
Animals · India

Girl, 6, mauled to death by leopard in FOURTH fatal big cat attack after three kids eaten last month

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
A GIRl, 6, has become the latest victim in a spate of leopard attacks as the beast pounced and dragged her away from her home.Zubaida Jan was found dead despite her family following her screams and cries for help near her home in Gopalpora village, southern Kashmir, India.See the Story

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