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Foreign Secretary David Cameron warns that the world order will not easily return to how it was before conflicts and emphasizes the importance of the UK and US sticking together. He discusses the need for a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine and the importance of supporting Ukraine in its war against Russia.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is set to secure a third term in an election. This article provides a timeline of his decade as Egypt's most powerful man, including key events such as the overthrow of Egypt's first popularly elected president, the crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, and the economic crisis triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
EU adds two Hamas commanders to its terrorist list following their military attack on Israel.
Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden has pledged support for Israel's efforts to free hostages taken by Hamas, stating that the UK stands firmly behind Israel in its mission to remove the threat of Hamas and ensure the release of every hostage.
The IDF has captured dozens of Palestinian men in northern Gaza and is targeting 'centres of gravity for terrorists'. Israeli military spokesperson Daniel Hagari said that the IDF is targeting the Jabalia and Shejaiya neighbourhoods in northern Gaza as they are 'centres of gravity for terrorists'. The IDF has detained and interrogated hundreds of people in Gaza suspected of militant links.
Kate Hudson celebrated the first night of Hanukkah with her children and shared a sweet clip of the occasion on Instagram.
Israeli forces continue to bombard Gaza's main cities as the death toll rises and the UN calls for a ceasefire. The conflict has also led to deadly exchanges on the Lebanese frontier.
Two individuals have been charged with disorder offences following a protest where UK Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer was confronted by pro-Palestine activists in Glasgow.
Hamas claims to have repelled an Israeli hostage rescue attempt in Gaza, resulting in casualties and the death of a captive.
The Israeli military is reviewing an incident in which its forces killed a Reuters journalist in southern Lebanon.
'Squad' members call for a permanent cease-fire in Gaza, emphasizing the need to stop war crimes and silence anti-Semitism.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has invoked Article 99 to warn the Security Council of a potential 'humanitarian catastrophe' in Gaza. Arab and Islamic nations have called for an immediate ceasefire, while the United States has not supported it.
Doug Emhoff, husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, condemns rising antisemitism and expresses hope at the lighting ceremony of a massive menorah in front of the White House to mark the first night of Hanukkah.
Israel designates a small slice of land along Gaza's coast as a safe zone for people fleeing the war, but the reality is a makeshift tent camp where thousands of Palestinians live in squalid conditions.
At least 100 Palestinian men have been captured by Israeli soldiers in northern Gaza and paraded through Palestine Square in Gaza City.
President Biden is open to negotiating with Republicans on border security and aid for Ukraine, but will not be dictated to by extreme factions of the party.
Sen. Risch emphasizes deterrence in dealing with adversaries and highlights the importance of alliances for national security. Ongoing discussions on a security package and border issues are top priorities for Republicans. Risch is confident in the passage of the NDAA despite negotiations over 'woke' policies.
The US has killed four ISIS terrorists and detained 33 extremists in Iraq and Syria in the last month, while also conducting airstrikes on Iranian proxy forces in retaliation for attacks against US troops. The conflict in the Middle East has led to dire humanitarian conditions in the region.
UN aid chief says there are promising signs that the Kerem Shalom crossing in Israel could soon be opened to allow more humanitarian aid into Gaza.
University of Pennsylvania students and donors are calling for President Elizabeth Magill's resignation after she failed to condemn antisemitic acts at a congressional hearing.
Belgium will refuse entry to Israeli settlers involved in violence against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, says vice prime minister Petra De Sutter. The European Union and the United States have condemned the increase in settler violence and are imposing visa bans on individuals involved. Belgium will also work with the U.S. on sanctions against those harming peace in the West Bank.
Hamas terrorists have allegedly been seen launching rockets from humanitarian areas in southern Gaza in footage released by the IDF.
The United Nations' top peacekeeping official defends missions amid concerns of retreat and demands for withdrawal from African leaders.
The head of MSF warns that Gaza is facing a chaotic catastrophe, with wide areas flattened and 85% of the population homeless. Gazans have been forced to gather at the border with Egypt, but nowhere in Gaza is safe. MSF is calling on the UN Security Council to demand an end to Israeli attacks and allow humanitarian aid to enter Gaza.
The US and Israel have differing visions for the future of Gaza after the war with Hamas ends, with Israel planning to retain security control and the US calling for the return of the Palestinian Authority and peace talks for a two-state solution.
Austria has lifted its suspension of aid to Palestinians after finding no evidence of funds being used for terrorism. The European Union also concluded that there was no evidence of funds going to Hamas. Aid agencies warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
The Israeli military widens its offensive in southern Gaza, displacing tens of thousands of Palestinians and worsening the humanitarian crisis.
Meta's Oversight Board will review how the company has handled violent content in the Israel-Hamas conflict. The cases will be the first to use an expedited review mechanism. Social media platforms have been flooded with violent content during the war.
Urban fighting intensifies in Gaza as Israel-Hamas war continues for third month.
Campaigners blockade BAE Systems site in Glasgow over 'Israel ties' and call for a ceasefire.
Ron DeSantis criticizes Europe's immigration policies and takes aim at Nikki Haley during the final GOP debate of 2023.
The House will vote on censuring Rep. Jamaal Bowman for triggering a fire alarm in a U.S. Capitol office building. If the resolution passes, he will become the third Democratic House member to be admonished this year.
Democratic support for President Joe Biden's handling of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has slightly increased, according to a new poll. The shift in views comes as Biden expressed concern about civilian casualties in the Gaza Strip and emphasized the need for an independent Palestinian state.
Ron DeSantis faces backlash for referring to traditional Middle Eastern clothing as 'man dresses' during a debate.
Israeli troops battle Hamas in south Gaza city as civilians seek safety. Thousands of displaced civilians seek shelter near Egypt and in a desolate seaside area of the enclave.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warns of a 'humanitarian catastrophe' in Gaza and urges the Security Council to demand an immediate humanitarian cease-fire.
Republican senators blocked Biden's request for $110 billion in aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan as the GOP demands stricter southern border security measures be included.
Susan Sarandon has been dropped by her production company for making anti-Semitic comments at a pro-Palestine rally. She has also been dropped by her Hollywood representative and has apologized for her remarks.
The US accuses Sudan's rival forces of war crimes and ethnic cleansing in Darfur, calling for an end to the conflict and accountability for atrocities.
A 74-year-old man has been charged with hate crimes for spray-painting anti-Semitic graffiti in a seaside village in New York.
Freed Israeli hostage Mia Leimberg says her pet dog Bella provided 'moral support' during her captivity in Gaza.
The U.S. would object to any proposed buffer zone inside the Gaza Strip as it would violate Washington's position that the size of the Palestinian enclave must not be reduced after the current conflict, according to State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has formally warned the Security Council of a global security threat from the Gaza war and called for a ceasefire to protect civilians and prevent a collapse of the humanitarian system.
Egypt will hold a presidential election on Dec. 10-12, with incumbent Abdel Fattah al-Sisi expected to win a third term. Three other candidates have qualified to run against Sisi.
Police and transport chiefs are investigating claims that London buses refused to allow Jewish schoolchildren on board. The reports have sparked outrage and calls for London Mayor Sadiq Khan to launch his own probe into alleged antisemitism.
Israeli forces have launched a major offensive against Hamas in Gaza, resulting in a significant number of casualties. The accuracy of casualty counts is in doubt, and the ongoing offensive is making it difficult to collect accurate data.
President Biden is calling on Congress to pass a Ukraine aid package worth billions of dollars in military and economic assistance. The White House warns of dire consequences for Ukraine if lawmakers don't act.
Israeli forces are encircling the house of top Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar in Gaza, according to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Global aviation industry leaders will meet in January to discuss safety concerns around increased GPS interference by cyberattackers steering planes off course.
Norman Lear, the influential writer/producer behind groundbreaking sitcoms like 'All In the Family' and 'The Jeffersons,' has died at the age of 101. His shows revolutionized US entertainment and changed the face of television by addressing sensitive issues and injecting real-world depictions into his work.
Preparing for Hanukkah - Judaism´s celebration of finding light in the darkness - feels uniquely somber yet defiant this year for the diverse Jewish community in Miami-area towns that many consider a welcoming home for their faith.
Saudi Arabia has urged the US to show restraint in responding to attacks by Yemen's Houthis in the Red Sea, as it seeks to contain the fallout from the Hamas-Israel war.
The leader of pro-Palestinian marches in Britain defended chants that have been branded 'anti-Semitic' in front of MPs.
Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf expresses concern for his relatives in Gaza who are facing an 'impossible situation' amid ongoing fighting. He calls for a ceasefire and highlights the dire conditions at Nasser Hospital.
The Department of Homeland Security has released a guide to help houses of worship protect themselves amidst heightened tensions in faith-based communities. The guide provides practical information on physical security goals and includes resources for security improvements.
The UK maritime agency received reports of a suspected drone incident in the Red Sea and warned vessels to exercise caution. British maritime security company Ambrey is investigating the incident. This follows a series of attacks in the region since the conflict between Israel and Hamas started.
UN rights chief warns of heightened risk of 'atrocity crimes' in Gaza and calls for urgent action to prevent such violations.
Israeli teenager Mia Leimberg speaks about her captivity in Gaza with her dog Bella during the recent ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
Tourism to Israel continues to decline in November following the war with Hamas, leading to a drop in visitor numbers and affecting the country's economy.
Israel continues its ground invasion of Gaza, dismissing US calls to temper its actions. Israeli forces have encircled the southern city of Khan Yunis and are engaged in intense street battles with Hamas terrorists.
Israeli forces battle Hamas militants, halting aid distribution and causing a humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
G7 leaders will meet virtually with Ukraine's President Zelenskiy to discuss various topics including the situation in Ukraine and artificial intelligence.
President Biden denounces the reported rape and sexual violence against Israeli girls and women by Hamas militants, calling for global condemnation of such conduct.
U.S. House Republicans questioned university presidents over their response to antisemitism on campus following an attack by Hamas on Israel. The presidents affirmed their commitment to protecting Jewish students and free speech, but faced criticism for their handling of incidents such as a Palestinian Writers festival at Penn and a statement signed by student groups at Harvard.
Susan Sarandon has been dropped by a production company following her anti-Jewish rant at a pro-Palestine rally. This comes after she was dropped by her Hollywood representative, United Talent Agency.
James 'Fergie' Chambers, the heir to a wealthy media empire, lives on a communist commune and funds a far-left activist group that organizes anti-Israel protests.
Qatar's ruler criticizes international inaction on Gaza war, calls for investigation and ceasefire. Gulf Cooperation Council expresses concern over Israeli aggression. Turkish President accuses Israel of war crimes.
A five-year-old girl held hostage by Hamas was reunited with her classmates on her first day back to school after being held underground for 49 days.
Israel's military intensifies ground operations in southern Gaza, leaving Palestinians with 'no safe zones' for shelter.
Barbra Streisand reflects on her memoir, 'My Name is Barbra,' discussing her career, personal life, and interest in current events.
More than 15,900 Palestinians, including 250 health workers, have been killed in Gaza since Oct. 7, according to the Palestinian health minister. Over 40,900 people in Gaza have been injured in Israeli airstrikes, and health services in Gaza are in a 'disastrous' state.
Survivors of the Hamas attack in kibbutz Beeri are collating WhatsApp messages, images, and videos to create an archive of the attack.
The situation in Gaza is worsening as Israeli bombing intensifies, causing concern for the health system and the availability of humanitarian aid.
President Putin will visit Saudi Arabia and the UAE to discuss bilateral relations, international politics, and oil markets. The visit comes amid Moscow's isolation over the Ukraine conflict. Putin has limited international travel since being wanted by the ICC. After the trip, he will host Iranian President Raisi to discuss bilateral and regional issues.
Lebanon's Christians fear that rising temperatures due to climate change could wipe out the country's sacred cedar forests, which are mentioned 103 times in the Bible.
The recent release of Israeli hostages by Hamas has highlighted the group's strategy of targeting civilians, including women and children, during the Israel-Gaza war.
Nepal urges Russia to stop recruiting its citizens into the army and requests the return of soldiers after six were killed. The government is also seeking the release of a captured citizen.
The US is considering establishing a naval task force to escort commercial ships in the Red Sea following missile attacks by Iranian-backed Houthis in Yemen.
A British teenager has been killed in Gaza while fighting for the Israel Defence Forces (IDF), according to the Israeli army. Binyamin Needham, 19, was born in England and moved to Israel when he was eight years old. Another British national, Nathanel Young, 20, has also died while serving in the Israeli army since Hamas's attack in October.
Former Selling Sunset star Maya Vander is facing backlash and potential loss of clients after expressing support for Israel and discussing the dangers her family faces in the country.
Bill Ackman continues to slam Harvard University for its handling of anti-Semitism on campus, accusing the school of turning a blind eye to the issue.
The Jewish community in Philadelphia has rallied around Israeli restaurant owner Mike Solomonov after his falafel store was targeted by an antisemitic protest.
Police are searching for a man accused of spraying antisemitic graffiti on an MP's office building in Enfield, north London. Antisemitic crime in the UK has seen a sharp increase following the conflict in Gaza.
'Confused' young people in Generation Z are more likely to hail Hamas terrorists 'freedom fighters' - despite the group's barbaric rape and murder spree in October, a report has claimed.
Hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman accuses Harvard University of turning a blind eye to anti-Semitism on campus following the recent conflict between Israel and Hamas.
Israeli authorities are investigating claims that investors may have had prior knowledge of a Hamas attack on Israel on October 7 and used that information to profit from Israeli securities.
Cornell University students accuse university president of genocide in a mock trial due to ties with Israel. Anti-Semitic threats and graffiti have been reported on campus, prompting increased security measures.
Germany urges Israel to ensure safety of Gaza civilians during war against Hamas.
Israeli ground forces have moved into the south of Gaza in its war on Hamas, despite concerns over civilian deaths and the spread of the conflict.
Israel orders mass evacuations as it widens offensive across Gaza, aiming to eliminate Hamas rulers and causing thousands of deaths and displacements.
Israel orders mass evacuations as it widens offensive in Gaza Strip, displacing thousands of Palestinians and leaving them with limited safe places to go.
Maine teachers and science advocates are skeptical about a proposal to incorporate teaching about genocide, eugenics, and the Holocaust into middle school science education due to concerns about teacher training and the potential impact on science education.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Democratic senators are demanding that Israel take concrete steps to reduce civilian casualties in Gaza as a condition for receiving U.S. aid.
The Netherlands faces a legal challenge over accusations that its role in the export of F-35 fighter jet parts to Israel makes it complicit in alleged war crimes in Gaza.
CNN host criticizes congresswoman for not condemning Hamas' use of sexual violence against Israeli women, while women's rights organizations face criticism for not speaking out. The UN has announced an investigation into Hamas' use of rape.
Western arms companies struggled to increase production in 2022 despite high demand, labor shortages, rising costs, and supply chain disruptions caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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