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Palestine claims dozens killed in Rafah airstrike, IDF says Hamas was targeted

The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza has claimed dozens of people were killed or injured after a blast targeted a refugee camp in Rafah area, media reports said on Monday.

International Organization for Migration says 670 feared dead in Papua New Guinea landslide

Friday’s landslide in the north of Papua New Guinea is likely to have been far more deadly than first thought, Serhan Aktoprak, the country head of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Sunday.

Turbulence hits Doha-Dublin Qatar Airways flight, 12 injured

At least 12 people, which included six crew members, were injured after a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Dublin was hit with turbulence on Sunday.

Israel-Gaza conflict: Hamas launches rocket attack towards Tel Aviv

Hamas on Sunday claimed to have launched a rocket attack towards Tel Aviv city in Israel, media reports said.

Hezbollah warns Israel of surprise attack

As the Gaza conflict continues into its eighth month, Lebanese group Hezbollah, supported by Iran, is reportedly gearing up for a surprise assault on Israel, the media reported.

Gaza: Drone strike in school leaves 10 people, including children, dead

At least 10 people, including children, died after the school in which they were taking shelter in conflict-hit Gaza came under drone attack on Saturday (May 25, 2024), media reports said.

Vietnam building fire leaves 14 dead

At least 14 people died after a fire broke out at an apartment in Hanoi city on Friday, media reports said.

Bodies of three more hostages recovered from Gaza, says IDF

Bodies of three hostages, who were taken away by Hamas terrorists, have been recovered by Israeli Defense Forces from Jabalya city in northern Gaza.

Singapore Airlines takes slew of measures after turbulence kills 1 passenger

Singapore Airlines has changed the seatbelt sign rules in a more tightening of cabin-service norms after a recent turbulence killed one passenger and injured many, media reports said.

‘Now is the time to unleash Africa’s peace power’ Antonio Guterres tells Security Council

Peace is the key to unlocking Africa’s future and for strengthening the continent’s voice and influence in building peace globally, UN Secretary-General António Guterres told the Security Council on Thursday.

Southern African faces threat of ‘humanitarian catastrophe’ amid droughts and floods

Droughts and floods in southern Africa stemming from El Niño have left millions of people food insecure, warns World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director Cindy McCain during a recent visit to Zambia – the epicentre of the crisis.

UK-based brewery temporarily shuts down website after their 'Osama Bin Lager' goes viral

The name Osama Bin Laden still evokes a thrill in the hearts of people across the globe and this is evident after a UK-based brewery was forced to shut down its website after a beer manufactured by it and named after the dreaded late terrorist went viral.

After backlash, UK PM Rishi Sunak drops plan to limit graduate visas

London/IBNS: Following a backlash, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has dropped the plan to restrict the graduate visas which facilitate students from abroad to work in Britain for two years after they complete their courses, media reports said.

Ending months of speculations, Rishi Sunak announces UK general elections on July 4

London/IBNS: Ending months of speculations, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Wednesday announced the schedule for the country's general elections on July 4.

EU member states approve first major law to regulate AI

With Artificial Intelligence slowly encroaching on the mainstream and becoming part of day-to-day activities, European Union member states on Tuesday gave the final agreement to the world's first law to regulate it.