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Europe · Northern Ireland
Who is Michelle O'Neill, Northern Ireland's incoming first minister?
Michelle O'Neill will become the new leader of Northern Ireland's regional government on Saturday, the most significant milestone yet in the shift to a new generation of Irish nationalists not directly involved in the region's decades-long bloody conflict. O'Neill, 47, represents Sinn Fein, the former political wing of the Irish Republican Army (IRA), which campaigns on both sides of the Irish border for an end to British rule in Northern...See the Story
Coverage: 156 sources
Europe · United States
US man accused of making $1.8m from listening in on wife’s remote work calls
US regulators have accused a man of making $1.8m by trading on confidential information he overheard while his wife was on a remote call, in a case that could fuel arguments against working from home.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 37 sources
Europe · India
West Bengal: Indian zoo ordered to change lions’ 'blasphemous' names
An Indian court has ordered a zoo in West Bengal state to change the names of two lions after a hardline Hindu group complained it hurt their religious sentiments. The lioness was named after Hindu deity Sita while the lion was called Akbar, after the 16th Century Mughal ruler.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 14 sources
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Europe · United States
Water molecules detected on the surface of asteroids for the first time
Scientists looked at four silicate-rich asteroids using the FORCAST instrument to isolate the mid-infrared spectral signatures indicative of molecular water on two of them. The distribution of water on asteroids can shed light on how water was delivered to Earth. Future studies with the James Webb Space Telescope aim to expand this knowledge by examining more celestial bodies.See the Story
55% Center coverage: 20 sources
Alexander Lukashenko · Belarus
Belarus’ Lukashenko says ‘saboteurs’ detained on border with Ukraine
An unspecified number of Ukrainian and Belarusian “saboteurs” have been captured near the border with Ukraine, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said Friday. See the Story
40% Right coverage: 15 sources
Middle East Politics · United States
U.S. sanctions Iran Central Bank subsidiary for U.S. tech procurement and violating export rules
The U.S. on Wednesday imposed sanctions on three people and four firms — across Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey — for allegedly helping to export goods and technology purchased from U.S. companies to Iran and the nation’s central bank.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 21 sources
Europe · Netherlands
Former Netherlands soccer star Quincy Promes has been convicted of complicity in cocaine smuggling
A Dutch court convicted former Netherlands soccer star Quincy Promes of complicity in cocaine smuggling and sentenced him in his absence Wednesday to six years in prison.See the Story
38% Right coverage: 32 sources