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Europe · London

Germany, Ireland slam U.K. move toward overriding Brexit deal

70% Center coverage: 20 sources
Foreign Ministers Annalena Baerbock and Simon Coveney write in the Observer. They say there is "no legal or political justification" for a new law to ditch post-Brexit trade rules. The comments come after the British legislation last week cleared the first hurdle in the U.K.See the Story
Europe · Silverstone

Hamilton defends 'Stop Oil' protesters at British GP

50% Right coverage: 14 sources
Lewis Hamilton defended a group of 'Just Stop Oil' protesters who invaded the Silverstone track at Sunday's British Grand Prix but Formula One and Ferrari's race winner Carlos Sainz said they had put drivers' and their own lives at risk. See the Story
Business · Edmonton

Canada's emergency rooms bear the brunt of a 'perfect storm'

60% Center coverage: 10 sources
Health authorities across Canada have cut the hours of hospital emergency departments. The move is due to a surge in patients and staff shortages. The strain has led to scenes of clogged hospital hallways and overflowing clinic waiting rooms. It also has rekindled debate about systemic problems in the government-funded healthcare system.See the Story
Europe · Canberra

Australia will ban Russian gold imports, give Ukraine more armoured vehicles

40% Left coverage: 10 sources
Australia will provide 34 additional armoured vehicles to Ukraine and prohibit Russian gold imports, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said in Kyiv on Sunday. See the Story
Jeff Bezos

Bezos slams Biden's call for gasoline stations to cut prices

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos criticizes President Joe Biden for calling on oil companies to lower sky-high gasoline prices. Gasoline prices have been above $5 a gallon since early June, which is unprecedented in the car-crazy nation. Biden has regularly attacked oil companies, saying they only care about profits and not the well-being of the average consumer.See the Story
Recession

Asia shares cautious as Wall St futures slip

80% Center coverage: 5 sources
Asian share markets start cautiously as soft U.S. data suggests downside risks for this week's June payrolls report. The search for safety kept the U.s. dollar near 20-year highs, though early action was light. Cash Treasuries were shut but futures extended their gains.See the Story
Recession

Oil prices slip as recession fears rumble on, tight supply stems losses

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
By Sonali Paul MELBOURNE - Oil prices fell in early Asian trade on Monday, paring gains from the previous session as fears of global recession weighed on the market even as supply remains tight amid lower OPEC output, unrest in Libya and sanctions on Russia. Brent crude futures slipped 35 cents, or 0.3%, to $111.28 a barrel at 0016 GMT, having jumped 2.4% on Friday. U.S. West TexasSee the Story
China · China

China downgrades Typhoon Chaba but heavy rain to fall in several provinces

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Central Meteorological Observatory lifted the typhoon blue warning on Chaba late on Sunday. Over the weekend China's first typhoon of the year bought heavy rain and wind to several southern provinces. As of early Monday morning, the centre of Chaba was located in the southern region of Guangxi.See the Story

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