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A roundup of some of last week’s events.
Israeli foreign minister says he will summon Brazil's ambassador for a reprimand over Lula's remarks.
US says it would veto Algerian draft resolution at the UN Security Council urging 'immediate humanitarian ceasefire'.
In the tragic stories coming out of Gaza, I see the pain and resistance of my grandparents in the catastrophe of 1948.
Israel’s prime minister insists a ground operation in Rafah will go ahead, despite warnings from his allies
Oscar-winning American actress Susan Sarandon joined pro-Palestine activists to lobby Congress for a ceasefire in Gaza.
A man confronted suspected members of the white supremacist group ‘Blood Tribe’ as he filmed them doing the Nazi salute.
Russia makes its biggest gain since capturing Bakhmut in May as war with Ukraine is set to enter its third year.
Is Israel trying to associate Hamas and UNRWA to mobilise anti-Palestinian sentiment in the US?
Jaiswal's double-century and Jadeja's five-for blow away England for India's biggest Test win by runs.
A Ponzi scheme that promised cheap iPhones in Iran's volatile market was able to raise some $35m in months.
Moody's has lowered Israel's credit rating for the first time and forecast a negative outlook for the economy.
The strip's second-largest hospital in southern Khan Younis city has many patients and other Palestinians sheltering.
Netanyahu has seen his popularity plummet in opinion polls since October 7 attack that sparked devastating war on Gaza.
Gaza parents putting white PPE coveralls left over from the COVID pandemic on their kids, hoping they'll keep them warm.
Police in Russia have detained more than 400 people at memorials honouring Alexey Navalny.
A look inside the acclaimed photographer’s black and white journey from human resilience to natural conservation.
Israel stepped up its arrest campaign in the occupied West Bank, and mistreatment of prisoners in its overstuffed jails.
Talks involving officials from Qatar, Egypt, Israel and US have so far not yielded deal for a pause in Israeli attacks.
Lebanon lives two realities, the glitz of the buzzing social scene and the fear and poverty of everyone else.