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Bashar Al-Assad · China
Syria’s Bashar al-Assad to head to China as Beijing boosts its reach in the Middle East
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad will head to China later this week in his first visit to Beijing since the start of his country’s 12-year conflict during which China has been one of his main backers, his office said on Tuesday. See the Story
48% Center coverage: 29 sources
Referendum · Australia
Thousands in Australia rally for struggling Indigenous referendum
Thousands rally in Australia to support recognising the country's Indigenous people in the constitution. If approved on Oct. 14, the measure would enshrine Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in constitution. But the "Voice to Parliament" proposal appeared on track for defeat, a poll showed last week.See the Story
53% Center coverage: 19 sources
Kim Jong-Un · Russia
Kim Jong Un to visit several Russian food enterprises, RIA reports
North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un will visit several food enterprises as part of his ongoing visit to Russia. RIA cited Russia's ambassador to North Korea, Alexander Matsegora, as saying. "He is interested in a wide range of issues," RIA said. "As far as I understand, he is pleased with the results of the visit, although, I repeat once again, it is not over yet"See the Story
50% Right coverage: 16 sources
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Mark Meadows · United States
Former Trump aide Meadows pleads not guilty to Georgia election subversion charges -court filing
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has waived a formal arraignment and pleaded not guilty in the Georgia election subversion case, according to a court filing on Tuesday.See the Story
63% Center coverage: 87 sources
Europe · Ukraine
Russian drone attack in Odesa region hits Danube port infrastructure
Ukraine's air defence systems shot down 22 of the 25 Iranian-made Shahed drones. Ukraine's South Military Command said on social media at least two civilians were injured. The Danube has become Ukraine's main route for exporting grain since the collapse of a U.N.-brokered deal.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 82 sources
Australia Politics · Solomon Islands
Australian police to stay in Solomon Islands until 2024 election - government
Australian police will stay in the Solomon Islands to provide security for a regional sporting event in November and national elections in 2024, the Pacific Island nation's government has said. See the Story
40% Center coverage: 19 sources
Vladimir Putin · Ukraine
Ukraine downs four cruise missiles during overnight Russian air strike
The Ukrainian military reported shooting down four cruise missiles out of up to eight airborne targets detected. The governor of Kyiv region said two people had been wounded and 10 buildings damaged by falling missile debris. Russia's defence ministry said its forces had shot down two drones overnight in the Bryansk and Kursk regions, which both border Ukraine.See the Story
41% Left coverage: 27 sources
Europe · Russia
Russian Ships Return From Joint Pacific Patrol With Chinese Ships
A detachment of Russia's navy warships returned from more than three weeks of joint-patrolling of the Pacific Ocean. The Russian-Chinese detachment passed along the Kuril ridge. The islands, off the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, are known in Russia as the Kurils and in Japan as the Northern Territories.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 10 sources
Crime · Haiti
At least 7 killed after Haiti gang opens fire on church-led protest: Rights group
At least seven people were killed in Haiti on Saturday, local rights group CARDH said, after a gang that controls a northern suburb of the capital Port-au-Prince opened fire with machine guns on a protest organized by a Christian church leader.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 46 sources