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Israel expects Gaza war to continue for rest of 2024 - adviser

Tzachi Hanegbi also says Israel now controls 75% of the buffer zone along the Gaza-Egypt border.

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Delhi 'unbearable' as temperatures near 50C

The Indian capital's power demand also soars to an all-time high as residents try to cope with the heat.

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Watch live: Volcano erupts in Iceland

A new volcanic eruption has begun on Iceland's Reykjanes peninsula, throwing up magma plumes of up to 50m.

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Iceland's Blue Lagoon evacuated as volcano erupts

The nearby town of Grindavík has also been evacuated, officials have said.

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What each side said in Trump trial closing arguments

The BBC's Nada Tawfik highlights some of the key points before the jury starts deliberating on Wednesday.

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Jury to begin deliberations in Trump's hush-money trial

The jury will soon leave the courtroom to consider its verdict, following a marathon day of closing arguments on Tuesday.

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AP PHOTOS: Weeks of sweltering heat scorch northern India

People in northern India have been struggling with an unrelenting, weekslong heat wave that has forced schools to close in some places and raised the risk of heatstrokes for laborers working outdoors. India’s weather department expects the high temperatures to persist across the region for the next few days and has put several states on high alert. Some parts of India’s capital reported up to 49.9 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) on Tuesday, with the weather bureau saying the...

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South Africans vote in crucial election for the ANC

The party of the late Nelson Mandela faces its biggest challenge in 30 years as millions go to the polls.

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Growing up under fire: Ukraine’s children adapt to survive Russia's invasion

Two years of war takes its toll on Ukraine's younger generations, both physically and emotionally.

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US billionaire plans submersible trip to Titanic wreck

The private submersible industry was shaken after the implosion of the OceanGate Titan sub last year.

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North Korea drops trash balloons on the South

The balloons carried toilet paper, batteries and suspected poo into two border provinces.

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Thai prosecutors say former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be indicted for royal defamation

Thai prosecutors say former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be indicted for royal defamation

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South Africans vote with ANC majority in the balance

The governing party is battling to retain its parliamentary majority, 30 years after Nelson Mandela led it to victory.

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Trump lawyer tells jury Cohen is 'greatest liar of all time'

The former president's hush-money trial nears its end as the prosecution and defence make closing arguments.

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Venezuela revokes invitation for EU mission to observe presidential election in July

Venezuela’s electoral authorities have revoked an invitation to a European Union mission to observe the upcoming presidential election in July

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The Latest | Fighting escalates in Rafah as Israel pushes ahead with its offensive

Palestinian residents of the southern Gaza city of Rafah have reported an escalation of fighting Tuesday as Israeli forces pressed their assault on the border town once seen as the territory’s last refuge

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The Georgian parliament has overridden the presidential veto of the divisive foreign influence bill.

The Georgian parliament has overridden the presidential veto of the divisive foreign influence bill.

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Number of new German citizens hit another high last year as many Syrians naturalized

Official data show another big increase in the number of people gaining German citizenship last year

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First Syrian jet in over a decade transports Muslim worshippers to Saudi Arabia for Hajj pilgrimage

For the first time in over a decade, 270 Syrians have traveled on a direct flight from Damascus to Saudi Arabia for the annual Islamic Hajj pilgrimage, according to the Syrian Transportation Ministry

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Toyota shows 'engine born' with green fuel despite push for battery electric cars

Japanese automaker Toyota introduced plans to cast a futuristic spin on the traditional internal combustion engine

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