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WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange to be freed after pleading guilty to US espionage charge

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is due to plead guilty on Wednesday to violating US espionage law in a deal that will end his imprisonment in Britain and allow him to return ...

More than 1,000 people died during haj this year, according to a Reuters tally, as extreme heat ...

The murder of British reporter Dom Phillips in the Amazon rainforest two years ago was not an ...

Four American educators stabbed in park in northeast China

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Four American educators from a small Iowa university were injured in a stabbing attack in a public park in northeast ...

Nokia CEO makes world's first 'immersive' phone call

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Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark made a phone call using a new technology called "immersive audio and video" that improves the ...

Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders, who took 'Earthrise' photo, dead in plane crash

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Retired astronaut William Anders, who was one of the first three humans to orbit the moon, capturing the famed ...

British TV doctor Mosley found dead on Greek island of Symi

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British TV presenter Michael Mosley has been found dead in a rocky area of Symi, days after he disappeared during a ...

Trump tells sweltering rally in Nevada he won't tax tips

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told a rally in Las Vegas on Sunday that he would seek to end taxation ...

Two women in Comoros detained on gay sex charges after marriage bid

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Police in Comoros detained two women on Saturday on charges of engaging in same-sex sexual activity after they asked an ...

Southern African countries plan to expand special tourist visa

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Five southern African countries on Friday committed to expanding the use of a special common visa to allow easier ...

Netanyahu says no Gaza ceasefire until Hamas destroyed

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday there could be no permanent ceasefire in Gaza until Hamas ...

EXCLUSIVE | Israel reopens Gaza food sales as Rafah raid chokes aid

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The Israeli military has lifted a ban on the sale of food to Gaza from Israel and the occupied West Bank as its ...

WHO emergencies team faces funding crunch as health crises multiply

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The World Health Organization's emergencies department is facing “existential threats” as multiplying health crises ...

International Court of Justice orders Israel to halt military offensive in Rafah

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Israel must halt its military offensive in Rafah which may inflict worsening conditions of life on Palestinians in ...

World Court to rule on Friday on measures over Israel's Rafah offensive

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The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will rule on Friday on South Africa's request to order a halt to Israel's ...

Crashed ship that took down Baltimore bridge refloated, towed from channel

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Recovery teams refloated a huge cargo vessel impeding shipping in the Port of Baltimore early on Monday and pulled it ...