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Iran's total enriched uranium stockpile has reached more than 30 times the limit set out in the 2015 agreement between Tehran and world powers, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The IAEA also warned that Iran is continuing to enrich uranium to near weapons-grade.
Sonia Bompastor is set to become the new manager of Chelsea after leaving Lyon, where she won seven trophies including the Champions League.
The European Union has imposed sanctions on the news website Voice of Europe and two businessmen connected to it, extending penalties imposed by the Czech Republic.
Progressive Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib is rallying Michigan Democrats against President Biden in the upcoming election over his Israel policy. Tlaib accused Biden of supporting an 'apartheid government' and enabling the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians. She criticized him for not recognizing the Israeli invasion of Rafah as genocide and interfering with the International Criminal Court's legal process.
An Israeli air strike in Rafah, Gaza may have resulted in civilian deaths due to a fire that broke out after the attack, according to initial reports.
Two KFC outlets in Baghdad were attacked over the Gaza war, causing damage but no injuries. Iraqi security forces have made arrests.
Colombia's foreign minister calls on international community to pressure Israel and its allies to negotiate a peaceful solution to the conflict in Gaza.
Israeli troops exchange fire with Egyptian soldiers near Rafah, resulting in the death of at least one Egyptian soldier.
The Wing Luke Museum in Seattle has closed after staff walked out in protest at its new exhibit, claiming it conflates anti-Zionism with antisemitism. The workers are demanding changes to the exhibit and a community review.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones' son Dylan shares a photo with his girlfriend at a Rolling Stone concert. The couple's children still enjoy traveling with their parents.
Israel faces new condemnation over strikes on Rafah that killed at least 45 Palestinians, including displaced people living in tents that were engulfed by fire.
Cyprus has scrapped a $1.2 billion port concession agreement due to a breach of contract by the operator.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and French President Emmanuel Macron have called for an immediate halt to Israeli air strikes on Rafah in Gaza, which have killed dozens of people and targeted refugee tents.
At least 45 Palestinians, including women, children, and elderly people, were killed in an Israeli attack on a camp for the displaced in Rafah, according to the Gaza health ministry.
An Israeli airstrike on a tent camp in Rafah, Gaza has resulted in the death of at least 35 people, drawing global condemnation.
Khazanah Nasional Bhd has clarified that Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) will not directly manage Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd (MAHB) after the completion of a deal to privatize the airport operator.
Hamas claims that an Israeli airstrike on a refugee centre in Rafah has killed 40 people, while the IDF says it targeted a 'terrorist compound' in its latest military action against the Gaza Strip.
The UNRWA has expressed horror at the attacks on families seeking shelter in Rafah, Gaza, with reports of mass casualties. Israeli air strikes have killed at least 35 Palestinians and injured dozens in the designated area for the displaced.
Senior minister suggests that young royals would be expected to do National Service alongside regular teenagers when they turn 18.
The coalition is willing to work with the government to strengthen hate-speech laws in response to rising anti-Semitism. The federal government is developing a bill to protect people from hate speech based on various attributes. Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles highlighted the significant increase in anti-Semitic incidents in Australia, emphasizing the need for action. The coalition, however, wants to review the bill's contents to ensure a balance between freedom of speech and democracy.
The mother of three girls who were stabbed at a Boston theater speaks out about the incident. The suspect, Jared Ravizza, stabbed four girls unprovoked while they were watching a movie.
The previous dukes of Sussex and Cambridge are buried close to each other in Kensal Green Cemetery in London.
Israeli military airstrike on Rafah kills 50 people, mostly women and children, who were displaced and living in tents.
Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles denounces the recent surge in anti-Semitism in Australia after a Jewish school was vandalized. The federal government is developing new hate speech laws to combat instances of vilification based on various factors.
Israeli air strikes kill at least 35 people in Rafah, including women and children, and hit tents for displaced people. The strikes come two days after the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to end its military offensive in Rafah. Tens of thousands of people remain in the area while many others have fled. Hamas fires rockets from Gaza in response. United Nations agencies express concern over the delivery of aid in Rafah.
Experts fear that a TikTok challenge or knockout game may be behind a series of random attacks on women in New York City. Victims, including social media influencers and celebrities, have reported being punched or slapped by strangers on the street. Critics argue that inadequate health services and a broken justice system contribute to the lack of consequences for these crimes.
The Israeli military has launched a devastating airstrike on Rafah, allegedly killing 50 people who were displaced and living in tents.
Israeli strikes on a camp for the displaced in Gaza's Rafah resulted in the deaths of at least 20 Palestinians and left dozens injured.
Hamas targets Israel with rocket barrage, setting off air raid sirens in Tel Aviv for the first time in months. No immediate reports of casualties. Aid lorries enter Gaza from southern Israel under new agreement to bypass Rafah crossing with Egypt.
A Jewish man in London was shocked and offended after spotting a football fan wearing a Manchester United shirt with the word 'Hamas' on the back, alongside the number seven. The Met Police are actively looking to identify the man wearing the offensive shirt.
Eva Longoria is named best dressed at the Cannes Film Festival, followed by Heidi Klum and Bella Hadid. Anya Taylor-Joy and Kelly Rowland also make the top five, with Demi Moore and Sienna Miller making fashionable statements.
Scuffles broke out between Israeli police and protesters in Tel Aviv as thousands gathered to demand the government bring back the hostages being held by Hamas in Gaza.
Humanitarian workers in Syria are struggling to provide aid to millions of internally displaced people as funding continues to shrink.
Migrant workers in Lebanon find solace in playing cricket on their only day off, providing a moment of respite from their tough working conditions.
President Joe Biden was seen leaving a clothes shop in Delaware during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Earlier in the day, he delivered a commencement address at the Military Academy at West Point in New York, where he was accused of repeating a long-running lie about being appointed to the Naval Academy.
Scuffles between police and protesters demanding the return of hostages held by Hamas in Gaza erupted in Tel Aviv. Israeli bombardments were reported in northern and central Gaza. Protesters called for the resignation of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and demanded new elections. The International Court of Justice ordered Israel to end its military offensive in Rafah and to open the nearby border crossing for humanitarian aid.
Sarah Vine criticizes Labour's policy of votes for 16-year-olds, arguing that teenagers lack critical thinking skills and are prone to impulsive decisions.
John Boyne, author of The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, defends his book against criticism and discusses his experience of alleged sexual abuse at Terenure College.
Labour leader Keir Starmer has been advised not to wear an England shirt during the election campaign, while Prime Minister Rishi Sunak faced criticism for asking a Welsh audience about football despite Wales not qualifying for the tournament.
Tory sources warn that Gary Lineker will be closely watched during Euro 24 due to his history of politically charged comments. The BBC has stated that Lineker will be bound by rules prohibiting political endorsements or criticism during the election period.
Jeremy Corbyn is running as an independent in Islington North, and his constituents are divided on whether to support him or the Labour Party under Sir Keir Starmer.
Prospects for a resumption of mediated Gaza ceasefire talks grew on Saturday although Israel carried out new attacks in which Palestinian medics said more than 40 people were killed.
Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey claims his party is more in tune with young voters than any other party, highlighting their positions on housing, a ceasefire in Gaza, and their pro-European stance.
Vladimir Putin chaired a meeting in Russia today after appearing frail and unwell during talks in Belarus yesterday. This comes amid speculation about Putin's declining health, with footage showing him looking tired and unsteady in recent appearances.
President Joe Biden delivers a commencement address to the U.S. Military Academy graduates, emphasizing the global challenges they will face and the importance of upholding the Constitution.
President Biden is accused of repeating a long-running lie about being appointed to a Naval Academy in 1965 during his commencement speech at West Point academy.
President Biden highlights U.S. commitment to Israel, Ukraine, and the Indo-Pacific in a speech at West Point, emphasizing support for military personnel and solidarity with allies.
ANC supporters gather at final rally before South Africa's general election, expressing mixed feelings about the ruling party's performance.
Comedian Dave Chappelle accuses Israel of genocide in Gaza during a stand-up show in Abu Dhabi, urging American-Jews to support Jews in America instead.
Israel kills two Hezbollah fighters in drone strike in Syria, escalating tensions in the Middle East.
Ari Emanuel, CEO of entertainment and media agency, criticizes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for poor leadership after the October 7 Hamas attacks.
Over 10,000 asylum seekers reach UK by boat, China ends war games around Taiwan, Israel-Hamas talks to resume, UK criticizes World Court order to Israel, Indian voters face heatwave in election
A theater show titled 'What Do I Do with All This Heritage?' is presenting 14 true stories showcasing the unique experiences of Asian American Jews. The production aims to capture the rich diversity among Asian American Jews and bring their stories to life with moments of humor, romance, music, and hope.
A baby girl born in the UK faces deportation after her parents took her abroad before her status was confirmed, causing her to re-enter the country as a tourist. The parents have received a letter from the Home Office stating that she must leave the UK immediately.
Oma, a new restaurant in London's Borough Market, offers a fusion of Greek and international flavors. The menu combines Greek island simplicity with bold flavors from the Levant and beyond.
The illegal trade of cheetahs as pets is causing their population to rapidly decline, with only 7,000 left in Africa and 50 in Asia. The Cheetah Conservation Fund is working to combat this issue and has recently recruited Lily Gray, a wildlife campaigner, to help raise awareness.
Italy will resume funding for UNRWA as part of a 35 million euro aid package. The funding will support UNRWA projects and its 'Food for Gaza' initiative.
Egypt has agreed to send aid trucks through Israel's main crossing into Gaza, but it remains unclear if they will be able to enter the territory as fighting rages in the southern city of Rafah amid Israel's escalating offensive there.
Hay Festival has dropped its sponsorship deal with Baillie Gifford due to pressure over the firm's investments in fossil fuels and Israel. Figures such as comedian Nish Kumar and singer Charlotte Church have withdrawn from the event.
Celebrities like Camilla Cabello, Rebel Wilson, and Britney Spears have opened up about losing their virginity to other celebrities in the industry.
Former NBA player Royce White, who is running for Senate in Minnesota, has a history of controversial statements against women and LGBTQ+ people. He has also been criticized for spending campaign dollars on strip clubs and making mysterious wire transfers. Despite his involvement in Black Lives Matter protests, White has aligned himself with the far right and has made derogatory comments about women and LGBTQ+ individuals.
The International Court of Justice has ordered Israel to halt its military offensive in Rafah, deepening its disconnect with the United States. The ruling adds to the pressure facing an increasingly isolated Israel and comes after several countries recognized a Palestinian state and arrest warrants were sought for Israeli and Hamas leaders. The Biden administration opposes a major offensive in Rafah but believes Israel's actions so far have not crossed red lines. The court's ruling also calls for an increase in humanitarian aid and access to Gaza for war crimes investigators.
Australia urges Israel to abide by a top United Nations court's 'binding' ruling to stop its military assault in southern Gaza.
Israel strikes Rafah after top UN court orders it to halt offensive
Ukraine's pilot project to compensate victims of wartime sexual violence could serve as a model for addressing the issue, according to Nobel Prize winner Denis Mukwege.
Conservative MP Craig Mackinlay returns to the Commons after losing his hands and feet to sepsis, with his wife Kati and daughter Olivia by his side.
Donald Trump is gaining support among black and Hispanic voters, which could reduce Joe Biden's chances of victory in the upcoming election.
An Israeli private investigator, who is facing cybercrime and wire fraud charges, revealed that he had been questioned by FBI agents about his work for the public affairs firm DCI Group. This suggests that the U.S. investigation into cybermercenary activity is more extensive than previously thought.
Former NFL star Antonio Brown has filed for bankruptcy and may lose his luxury homes worth millions of dollars.
Jeremy Corbyn's constituents in Islington North express their support for him as he announces he will run as an Independent candidate in the General Election.
Sir Keir Starmer has stated that Jeremy Corbyn's days of influencing the Labour Party are over after Corbyn was expelled and announced his candidacy as an Independent in the General Election. Corbyn's expulsion has caused divisions within the party, with Momentum accusing Starmer of contempt for the people of Islington. Corbyn has vowed to continue fighting for his principles and outlined his policy proposals.
A British version of Netflix's Selling Sunset premiered, following the fortunes of millionaire property mogul Daniel Dagger and his team of estate agents as they try to sell London's most expensive homes.
Poland may reopen one border crossing with Belarus to support businesses in the country's east affected by the closure of checkpoints.
Israeli Prime Minister's office rejects South Africa's allegations of genocide and states that the campaign in Rafah will not lead to the destruction of the Palestinian civilian population.
Israel's Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich stated that demanding Israel to stop the war against Hamas is equivalent to demanding Israel's nonexistence.
Makkabi Berlin, the first Jewish club to play in the German Cup, is close to reaching the tournament again, but fears of antisemitic attacks due to the Israel-Hamas conflict have tempered the excitement.
Colleagues of a red carpet usher accused of disrespecting Kelly Rowland in Cannes have defended the Frenchwoman, saying she was only doing her job.
The annual Jewish pilgrimage on Tunisia's island of Djerba has seen low turnout amid security concerns. The event has been limited and moved inside the synagogue due to safety concerns over the ongoing war in Gaza and a deadly attack during last year's pilgrimage.
Two men accused of plotting an Islamic State-inspired gun attack on the Jewish community in the UK will face trial next autumn.
A staffer with Squad member Rashida Tlaib's team attempted to stop a Fox News reporter from asking her questions about the prospect of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressing the US Congress.
The U.S. and European powers are divided over confronting Iran at the U.N. nuclear watchdog, with concerns about Iran's atomic activities and tensions in the Middle East running high.
The top UN court is set to rule on a request for it to order Israel to halt its military operations in Gaza and withdraw from the enclave.
Israeli forces strike Gaza as UN court ruling on military offensive is expected.
The United Nations top court will rule today on South Africa's plea to order a halt to Israel's military offensive in Gaza.
Russia's FSB chief accuses Ukrainian military intelligence of involvement in deadly attack on concert hall near Moscow.
Extreme weather events in Africa have led to widespread cholera outbreaks, causing thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of reported cases. The lack of clean water and poor sanitation exacerbate the spread of the disease. Africa is facing the worst impacts of climate change and the El Niño weather phenomenon, making it even more vulnerable to disease outbreaks. Additionally, there is a global shortage of cholera vaccines, which disproportionately affects poorer countries in Africa.
The dean of UCLA's medical school has been accused of allowing standards to plummet by discriminating against white and Asian applicants.
Pro-Palestine encampments at Australian universities are being dismantled after the institutions agreed to disclose ties with weapons manufacturers.
Video released by Sudan's rebel Rapid Support Forces (RSF) shows the last few vehicles of aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres evacuating al-Fashir, the largest city in North Darfur, watched by the gunmen who have besieged the city and appear intent to overrun it altogether.
The U.N.'s top court will rule on South Africa's request to order Israel to halt its Rafah offensive and withdraw from Gaza.
The ideological tensions within the Conservative Party are deeper than ever as a war for the soul of the party brews between the 'wets' and the more traditionalist wing.
Pro-Israel and pro-Palestine protesters clash outside London cinema after venue is vandalised with red graffiti in response to screening of film about Hamas' October 7 atrocities.
Jeremy Corbyn is set to stand against Labour as an independent candidate, causing a headache for Keir Starmer.
A U.S. pier project in Gaza is delivering more aid to Palestinians, but challenges remain as the floating pier had a troubled launch and the current aid is only a fraction of what is needed to prevent a famine.
The European Union is hosting its 8th Syria conference next week to address the ongoing crisis in the country. However, the bloc is divided and unable to find solutions to the issue of Syrian refugees, as the economic and social burden on neighboring countries continues to grow.
Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella, stars of The Lion King, reveal how the character Pumbaa became the first Disney character to fart on screen. The actors also discuss their audition process and their influence on the characters. They will reunite for Disney's The Lion King 30th Anniversary concert event.
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