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Negotiations between Israel and Hamas Reach Impasse

Efforts to broker a ceasefire and secure the release of hostages between Israel and Hamas have hit a roadblock, as mediators struggle to bridge remaining gaps and a Hamas...

Johnson Outlines Strategy for Ukraine Aid, House Action Possible Within Weeks

House Speaker Mike Johnson is laying out potential conditions for extending a new round...

Saudi Arabia Plans $40 Billion A.I. Investment Fund in Partnership with Silicon Valley

In a significant move signaling Saudi Arabia's intent to position itself at the forefront...

House Approves Legislation Mandating TikTok Sale by Chinese Owner or App Ban

The House of Representatives took a significant step on Wednesday by passing a bill...

Federal Judge Holds Investigative Reporter in Contempt for Refusing to Reveal Sources

A federal judge held investigative reporter Catherine Herridge in contempt for refusing to disclose...

Negotiations between Israel and Hamas Reach Impasse

Efforts to broker a ceasefire and secure the release of hostages between Israel and Hamas have hit a roadblock, as mediators struggle to bridge...

Finland’s Presidential Election Heads to Runoff Amid Russia Threat

Finland's presidential election has advanced to a runoff as no candidate secured a majority in Sunday's closely watched vote, occurring against the backdrop of...

Landslide Strikes Southern China, Burying Dozens and Forcing Hundreds to Evacuate

A landslide occurred on Monday in Yunnan Province, southwestern China, resulting in at least two fatalities and 45 people buried under the debris, according...

World Bank Warns of Potential “Wasted Decade” and Weakest Growth in 30 Years

The global economy faces the risk of enduring a "wasted" decade, with the weakest stretch of growth in 30 years, according to a stark...

Israeli Military Pursues Top Hamas Leaders, Offering Bounties in Ongoing Conflict

The Israeli military intensifies its efforts to locate and neutralize top Hamas leaders in the ongoing conflict with the Palestinian group. Clouds of fliers,...

Formerly Unimaginable: Officials’ Visits Showcase Improving Saudi-Israeli Relations

The rapidly improving relations between Israel and the most powerful Arab state were on display this week with the simultaneous travels of an Israeli...

North Korea Launches 2 Short-Range Ballistic Missiles Following Arrival of US Submarine in South Korea

The launches occurred only hours after the South Korean military reported the arrival of the USS Annapolis, a nuclear-powered US submarine, to a port...

Global Citizen Award Honoree Harasimowicz Passes Torch to World Champion Hanisch at ShareLove.Fund Paella Night

In a remarkable event that showcased the intersection of philanthropy, sports, and art, Paulina Harasimowicz, the esteemed Harvard University student and recipient of the...

Moscow Airport Temporarily Closed for Three Hours Following Drone Attack

On Tuesday, Russia said that Ukraine had attacked Moscow with at least five drones, all of which were shot down or blocked, but planes...

Myanmar’s Junta Announces Release of 3,000 Prisoners in Buddhist New Year Pardon

In honour of the beginning of the Buddhist New Year, the ruling military junta of Myanmar announced on Monday that it would be releasing...

Finland’s decision to join NATO seen as a power shift and a defiance against Putin

Finland became NATO's 31st member state with the simple exchange of documents, dealing a strategic defeat to Russian President Vladimir V. Putin who was...

The political party of Aung San Suu Kyi is dissolved by the military regime in Myanmar

Two years after the military conducted a coup in Myanmar, the political party of the country's imprisoned opposition leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi,...

Amid Mass Protests, Netanyahu Refuses to Back Down on Court Overhaul Plans

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing mounting public protests against his proposed overhaul of the country's court system. Despite growing opposition, Netanyahu has...

Beijing’s Population Declines for the First Time Since 2003, Amid Aging Population and Strict Immigration Policies

Beijing, China's capital city, has experienced its first population decline since 2003, according to the latest government data. The decline is due to a...

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