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Youtube · Tennessee
Nashville mayor orders investigation after leak of school shooter’s writing
The mayor of Nashville, Tenn., on Monday ordered police to investigate the leak of three pages of the manifesto of the school shooter who killed 6 people at the Covenant School in March. See the Story
56% Right coverage: 72 sources
Volodymyr Zelenskyy · Ukraine
Zelenskiy says Black Sea corridor to continue functioning despite threats
The alternative Black Sea export corridor will continue to function despite all threats, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Friday. See the Story
46% Center coverage: 13 sources
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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
Business · United States
FDA sends warning letters to three infant formula manufacturers over federal violations
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent warning letters to three infant formula manufacturers over violations of federal safety regulations, the agency announced Wednesday. See the Story
83% Center coverage: 5 sources