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The MFF Pod: Truths and Consequences
Who said what in Malmö FF 2022 — and why? The MFF pod evaluates the sporting management and board by going...See the Story
Europe · Sweden
Swedish couple Johan and John exposed to Islamist hate storm
The Arab world's largest television company, an Egyptian youtuber with a million audience — and an Arabic newspaper in Malmö. Everyone has dispersed...See the Story
Business · Los Angeles
Anna Delvey's Former Friend Rachel Williams Sues Netflix Over Inventing Anna Depiction
Rachel DeLoache Williams has filed a defamation lawsuit against Netflix. Inventing Anna chronicles the grifts of fake heiress Anna Delvey. Williams authored My Friend Anna: The True Story of the Fake Heiress Who Conned Me and Half of New York City. She sold the rights to her story to HBO.See the Story
48% Left coverage: 42 sources
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Europe · Brussels
Euro zone inflation hits another record of 9.1% as food and energy prices soar
Inflation in 19 European countries using the euro currency rises to another record, hitting 9.1% in August. Inflation hits 9.2% in Germany, 9.4% in France and 9.3% in Italy. In the Netherlands, inflation hit 9.5% in July and 9% in June. Energy costs remained the driver of prices but food inflation also rose into double digit territory. Non-energy industrial goods, a particular focus for the ECB, showed a 5% price surge.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 46 sources
Business · Tokyo
Toyota Motor to invest $5.3 billion in Japan and US for EV battery supply
Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it will invest up to 730 billion yen ($5.27 billion) in Japan and the United States towards supplying automotive batteries. The automaker aims to begin battery production between 2024 and 2026. The investment will be made in batteries for battery electric vehicles.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 27 sources
Shinzō Abe · Tokyo
Japan PM Kishida apologises for his party's ties with Unification Church
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida apologised for his party members' reported activities with the controversial Unification Church. He said politicians had a duty of being cautious about their ties with various organisations. The move follows a widening scandal triggered by former leader Shinzo Abe's assassination last month. Revelations of long-running links between some lawmakers of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and the church have become a headache. The church, founded in South Korea in the 1950s, has faced questions over how it solicits donations.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 36 sources
Europe · Zaporizhzhia
UN inspectors moving to Ukriaine nuclear plant in war zone
U.N. inspectors make their way toward Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The world hopes the mission will help secure the Russian-held facility in the middle of a war zone. Ukraine alleges Russia is essentially holding the plant hostage, storing weapons there. Moscow accuses Ukraine of recklessly firing on the facility.See the Story
61% Center coverage: 79 sources
US & Canada · Los Angeles
NBA star John Wall says he thought about suicide during recent struggles
John Wall, 31, spoke about his experiences during an interview at a John Wall Foundation event with the Salvation Army in his hometown of Raleigh, North Carolina. Wall has played in the NBA since 2010 after being drafted by the Washington Wizards. He signed with the Los Angeles Clippers in July. The 2022-23 NBA regular season starts on October 18.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 27 sources
Europe · Moscow
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev dies at 91
Mikhail Gorbachev, who ended the Cold War without bloodshed but failed to prevent the collapse of the Soviet Union, died on Tuesday at the age of 92. He fostered a warmer relationship with the West and made important nuclear disarmament agreements with US president Ronald Reagan. He won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1990.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 351 sources
Europe · Vatican City
Pope's 'clear' condemnation of Russian war says Vatican
Pope Francis' comments on death of Darya Dugina were meant to defend life, Vatican says. Vatican: Pope Francis' interventions are clear and unequivocal in condemning war in Ukraine. Comments on Dugina's death drew criticism from Ukrainian officials. Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Minister Dmytro Kuleba summoned Archbishop Visvaldas Kulbokas.See the Story
53% Left coverage: 17 sources