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Israel’s new PM Naftali Bennett promises to unite nation

Israel’s new Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has vowed to unite the nation frayed by four elections in two years of…

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Biden warns Russia against ‘harmful activities’ at start of first official trip

US President Joe Biden has launched his first official overseas trip with a warning to Russia that it faces “robust…

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Macron slap: ‘crazy’ man upset with the government – Karl Olive

Seasoned French Journalist, Karl Olive, says the man in the crowd who slapped French President, Emmanuel Macron, in the face…

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Mount Nyiragongo: Half a million without water in DR Congo

Nearly 500,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been left without clean drinking water after a volcano erupted,…

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Covid: Peru more than doubles death toll after review

Peru has more than doubled its Covid death toll following a review, making it the country with the world’s highest death…

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13 killed after cable car falls in Italy

Thirteen people have been killed and two children seriously injured after a cable car fell on a mountain near Lake…

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US imposes restrictions on Ethiopia over Tigray war

The United States is imposing wide-ranging restrictions on economic and security assistance to Ethiopia over the conflict in the Tigray…

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Israel-Gaza violence: Joe Biden calls for ceasefire

US President Joe Biden has voiced his support for a ceasefire after eight days of violence between Israel and Palestinian…

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Israel launches new strikes on Gaza as calls for ceasefire grow

Israel conducted dozens of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip on Monday, after Palestinian militants fired barrages of rockets at southern…

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Twitter’s rumored paid service may cost $2.99 a month

How much are people willing to pay for new Twitter features? Is it $2.99? According to Jane Manchun Wong, a…

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