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UN calls for investigation into mass graves uncovered at two Gaza hospitals raided by Israel

The United Nations is calling for “a clear, transparent and credible investigation” of mass graves uncovered at two major hospitals in war-torn Gaza that were raided by Israeli troops More »

 

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UK puts its defense industry on 'war footing' and gives Ukraine $620 million in new military aid

The U.K. prime minister says the country is putting its defense industry on a “war footing” by increasing defense spending to 2.5% of GDP by the end of the decade More »

 

Moscow court rejects Evan Gershkovich's appeal, keeping him in jail until at least June 30

Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich will remain in jail on espionage charges until at least late June More »

 

More deaths in the English Channel underscore risks for migrants despite UK efforts to stem the tide

Five more people have died in the English Channel, underscoring the risks of crossing one of the world’s busiest sea lanes in overloaded inflatable boats just hours after British lawmakers approved a controversial migrant bill to stop the traffic More »

 

A far-right German EU lawmaker's aide is arrested on suspicion of spying for China

German authorities say a man who works for a prominent German far-right lawmaker in the European Parliament has been arrested on suspicion of spying for China More »

 

The Latest | Tent compound rises in southern Gaza as Israel prepares for Rafah offensive

Satellite photos analyzed by The Associated Press appear to show a new compound of tents being built near Khan Younis in southern the Gaza Strip as the Israeli military signals that it plans an offensive on the city of Rafah More »

 

A Russian strike on Kharkiv's TV tower is part of an intimidation campaign, Ukraine's Zelenskyy says

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says a Russian missile strike that smashed a television tower in Kharkiv was part of the Kremlin’s ongoing effort to intimidate Ukraine’s second-largest city More »

 

Haiti's government scrambles to impose tight security measures as council inauguration imminent

A transitional council charged with selecting a new prime minister and Cabinet for Haiti is demanding that its members be sworn in at the National Palace, raising concerns about their safety More »

 

5 migrants die while crossing the English Channel hours after the UK approved a deportation bill

French authorities say five people, including a child, died while trying to cross the English Channel More »

 

Modi is accused of using hate speech for calling Muslims 'infiltrators' at an Indian election rally

India’s main opposition party has accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using hate speech after he called Muslims “infiltrators.” More »

 

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