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Children starving to death in northern Gaza hospitals: WHO
Children starving to death in northern Gaza hospitals: WHO

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Children starving to death in northern Gaza hospitals: WHO

An aid mission to two hospitals in northern Gaza found horrifying scenes of children dying of starvation, amid dire shortages of food, fuel and medicines, the World Health Organization said Monday.

Shehbaz Sharif sworn in as Pakistan’s prime minister after contentious vote
 Shehbaz Sharif sworn in as Pakistan’s prime minister after contentious vote

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Shehbaz Sharif sworn in as Pakistan’s prime minister after contentious vote

He held the same position from April 2022 to August 2023, replacing archrival Imran Khan who was kicked out of the job after a no-confidence vote.

Hamas says truce agreement with Israel possible within 24-48 hours
Thousands of Israeli tanks amassed at Gaza border

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Hamas says truce agreement with Israel possible within 24-48 hours

A truce agreement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may be reached within a 24-48 hours period if Israel accepts the demands of the radical Palestinian movement Hamas, a spokesman for the movement told the AFP news agency on Sunday.

India to build new naval base on Lakshadweep archipelago to boost security
India to build new naval base on Lakshadweep archipelago to boost security

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India to build new naval base on Lakshadweep archipelago to boost security

India plans to commission a new naval base in the Lakshadweep islands, off the country's south-west coast, to boost security in the region.

Shehbaz sworn in as Pakistan’s PM for 2nd time
Shehbaz sworn in as Pakistan’s PM for 2nd time

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Shehbaz sworn in as Pakistan’s PM for 2nd time

Shehbaz Sharif has been sworn in as prime minister of Pakistan for the second time after an election that was riddled with allegations of rigging and irregularities.

US military aircraft airdrop thousands of meals into Gaza
US military aircraft airdrop thousands of meals into Gaza

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US military aircraft airdrop thousands of meals into Gaza

U.S. military C-130 cargo planes dropped food in pallets over Gaza on Saturday in the opening stage of an emergency humanitarian assistance authorized by President Joe Biden after more than 100 Palestinians who had surged to pull goods off an aid convoy were killed during a chaotic encounter with Israeli troops.

Biden announces US aid air drops in Gaza
Biden announces US aid air drops in Gaza

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Biden announces US aid air drops in Gaza

President Joe Biden said Friday that the United States would start to deliver relief supplies from the air into Gaza, a day after the deaths of more than 100 Palestinians at an aid convoy.

Navalny buried at Borisovskoye cemetery
Navalny buried at Borisovskoye cemetery

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Navalny buried at Borisovskoye cemetery

Alexei Navalny was buried at the Borisov Cemetery on the outskirts of Moscow. The death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, a staunch critic of President Vladimir Putin, remains a mystery. A large number of people defied the fear of arrest to pay their respects at Navalny's final farewell on Friday.

Hamas says seven hostages killed in Israeli attack
Hamas says seven hostages killed in Israeli attack

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Hamas says seven hostages killed in Israeli attack

The military wing of the Palestinian group Hamas said on Friday that seven more hostages seized during its unprecedented attack on southern Israel on October 7 had died because of Israeli military operations in Gaza.

UN rights chief says, Myanmar junta's access to arms, cash must be cut off
UN rights chief says, Myanmar junta's access to arms, cash must be cut off

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UN rights chief says, Myanmar junta's access to arms, cash must be cut off

He said, countries should end the military's access to arms, jet fuel and foreign currency that it needs to sustain its campaign of repression against civilians.

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