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Hamas · Israel
Truce in Israel-Hamas war extended by a day, minutes before it was set to expire
Israel and Hamas, said agreed to extend a temporary truce by another day minutes before it was set to expire, said Qatar, which has been mediating between the two sides. The truce was set to expire Thursday morningSee the Story
39% Left coverage: 156 sources
Europe · Russia
Russia’s Supreme Court effectively outlaws LGBTQ+ activism in a landmark ruling
Russia’s Supreme Court on Thursday effectively outlawed LGBTQ+ activism, in the most drastic step against advocates of gay, lesbian and transgender rights in the increasingly conservative country.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 147 sources
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Business · India
Indian economy tops expectations, grows by 7.6% in Q2
The Indian economy grew 7.6 per cent during the July-September quarter of the current financial year 2023-24, remaining the fastest-growing major economy. India's GDP growth for the April-June quarter grew 7.8 per cent. See the Story
56% Right coverage: 9 sources
Kim Jong-Un · United States
US, partners target North Korea with sanctions following satellite launch
The United States has targeted North Korea with fresh sanctions after its launch of a spy satellite last week. The US Treasury Department accused foreign-based agents of facilitating sanctions evasion. It also slapped sanctions on cyber espionage group Kimsuky, accusing it of gathering intelligence to support North Korea's strategic and nuclear ambitions.See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources
Donald Trump · United States
Home Depot Co-Founder Says He’d Likely Still Fund Trump Even If He Were Convicted
Republican mega-donor Bernie Marcus said on Tuesday he would likely still give money to Donald Trump's 2024 presidential bid if the former president was convicted of a crime - but the billionaire does not plan to be one of his biggest financial backers.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 12 sources