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Aid approval brings Ukraine closer to replenishing troops struggling to hold front lines

Approval by the U.S. House of Representatives of a $61 billion package for Ukraine puts the country a step closer to getting an infusion of new firepower More »


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Israeli strikes on southern Gaza city of Rafah kill 22, mostly children, as US advances aid package

Palestinian health officials say Israeli strikes on Gaza's southern city of Rafah killed 22 people More »


Iran's supreme leader tacitly acknowledges that Tehran hit little in its attack on Israel

Iran’s supreme leader has dismissed any discussion of whether Tehran’s unprecedented drone-and-missile attack on Israel hit anything there More »


Israeli leaders criticize expected US sanctions against military unit that could further strain ties

Israeli leaders are harshly criticizing an expected decision by the U.S. to impose sanctions on a unit of ultra-Orthodox soldiers in the Israeli military More »


Europe is the fastest-warming continent, at nearly twice the average global rate, report says

Two top climate monitoring organizations are reporting that Europe is the fastest-warming continent and its temperatures are rising at roughly twice the global average More »


Terry Anderson, AP reporter abducted in Lebanon and held captive for years, has died at 76

Terry Anderson, the globe-trotting Associated Press correspondent who became one of America’s longest-held hostages, has died More »


Race car in Sri Lanka veers off track killing 7 people and injuring 20, officials say

Officials say a race car veered off the track during a competition in Sri Lanka and rammed into a crowd of spectators and race officials, killing seven people and injuring 20 others More »


Some voters in northeast India go back to the polls after violence disrupts first day of election

Voters at some polling places in a northeastern Indian state went back to the polls amid tight security on Monday after violence disrupted the vote last week More »


Kurdish separatists and water issues loom large in long-awaited Erdogan visit to Iraq

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is set to make his first official visit to Iraq in more than a decade More »


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