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    Default relating to or relating with

    Which of the two is correct ?
    1. The paper published a few facts relating to the death of Mr.X.
    2.The paper published a few facts relating with the death of Mr.X.

    Please also tell when to use the phrase : "relating to"
    and "relating with"?

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    Default Re: relating to or relating with

    I usually hear "relating to" (or "related to"). I struggle to think of an example where "relating with" would work in the context you have given.
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