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Soccer 路 Doha

Qatar World Cup to feature female referees in first for tournament

53% Center coverage: 28 sources
Female referees will make World Cup history this year by working games at a major men's tournament for the first time in Qatar. Three female referees and three female assistant referees were announced Thursday by FIFA among 129 officials selected for World Cup duty. The 69 assistant referees include Neuza Back of Brazil, Karen D锟絘z Medina of Mexico and Kathryn Nesbitt of the United States.See the Story
Asia 路 New Delhi

Indian court convicts Kashmiri rebel leader of terrorism

39% Left coverage: 18 sources
Mohammed Yasin Malik had been charged with terrorist acts, illegally raising funds, being a member of a terrorist organization, and criminal conspiracy and sedition. The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front was one of the first armed rebel groups to come into existence in Indian-controlled Kashmir. It supported an independent and united Kashmir.See the Story
Offbeat 路 Tokyo

Man in Japan gambles COVID town funds mistakenly sent to him

39% Center coverage: 31 sources
A Japanese man went on a gambling spree after COVID-19 relief funds accidentally ended up in his bank account. The 24-year-old man was supposed to receive only 100,000 yen (about $774 in U.S. money) The money was intended for 463 low-income households in Abu, in western Japan.See the Story
Europe 路 Paris

Michelangelo ink drawing fetches 23 million euros in Paris sale

50% Center coverage: 18 sources
An ink drawing of a nude man by Michelangelo sold for more than 23 million euros ($24.17 million)at auction in Paris on Wednesday, auction house Christie's said.The work had been designated a French national treasure, which barred it from being exported from the country for 30 months.See the Story
Europe 路 Paris

Nearly 60 million people displaced in 2021 by conflict and natural disaster

46% Left coverage: 13 sources
Conflicts and natural disasters forced tens of millions to flee within their own country last year, pushing the number of internally displaced people to a record high, monitors said Thursday.See the Story
Business 路 Jakarta

Indonesia to lift palm oil export ban from Monday -president

50% Right coverage: 20 sources
Indonesia will lift its ban on palm oil exports next week, President Joko Widodo says. The archipelago nation issued the ban last month to secure supplies of the commodity. Indonesia produces about 60 percent of the world's palm oil, with one-third consumed by its domestic market.See the Story
Europe 路 Washington

US Intel Shows Russians Fear Mariupol Abuse Will Backfire

52% Center coverage: 21 sources
U.S. official: Russian officials concerned that abuses will backfire and inspire Mariupol residents to resist the Russian occupation. Russians also fear that the abuses will undercut Russia's claim that they've liberated the Russian-speaking city. The abuses include beating and electrocuting city officials and robbing homes, the official says.See the Story
Middle East 路 Jerusalem

Israel's ruling coalition becomes minority after lawmaker quits

45% Left coverage: 20 sources
Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi's announcement further whittles away Naftali Bennett's hold on Israel's 120-seat parliament. Two other legislators from Bennett's own party have already bolted. Zoabi cited Israel's conduct at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque, which has been the site of clashes between police and protesters.See the Story
US & Canada 路 Finland

Finland brewery launches NATO beer with 'taste of security'

50% Right coverage: 4 sources
Olaf Brewing's OTAN lager features a cartoon version of a beer-drinking medieval knight in metal armor emblazoned with NATO's compass symbol. CEO Petteri Vanttinen said the ad hoc decision last weekend to start producing the beer was motivated by the Ukraine war. Finland and Sweden on Wednesday submitted an application to join NATO at the alliance's headquarters in Brussels.See the Story

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