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PM Rishi Sunak is bringing together more than 100 experts to address the misuses and risks of artificial intelligence.
Temporary opening is the first since the start of the war on October 7.
They're small in number, but with deep roots that they are unwilling to leave behind.
As the Al Jazeera Arabic Gaza correspondent delivered a live news report, he received the call he'd always dreaded.
Fatah leader arrested in West Bank's Jenin camp as air strikes and ground assaults continued in Gaza.
Ukraine's strategy to quell Russia's control of Crimea and the Black Sea requires patience, says Zelenskyy.
Phone and internet services cut despite warnings that communications blackouts exacerbating humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
Moscow appears to be flouting its own laws to boost its forces, targeting foreign workers from Central Asia.
More than 500 foreigners, dual nationals and dozens of injured Palestinians are allowed to leave the war-torn enclave.
As the conflict between Israel and Gaza enters its 25th day, these are the main developments.
Netanyahu's indecisive, distrustful nature adds to the dangers of his war on Gaza, say experts who've studied his mind.
Countries blame Israel's 'disproportionate' attack on Gaza and reiterate calls for a humanitarian ceasefire.
New research linking alleged violations to soldiers and commanders suggests actions are institutionalised.