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IAF destroys Hezbollah targets in retaliation in Lebanon

The IDF said on Friday that Israel Air Force fighter jets struck Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure in southern Lebanon.  IAF jets struck a post in the Labbouneh area, in addition to a military building in the Kfarkela area, where Hezbollah terrorists operated. On Thursday night, fighter jets struck Hezbollah targets in Blida. National Unity MK […]

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Israel-Palestine live: Nearly 30,000 killed in Gaza by Israeli attacks since 7 October

Dozens of Palestinians have been killed and others injured in a series of Israeli air strikes across Gaza in the last few hours, Wafa news agency has reported, citing local and medical sources. In Gaza City, dozens were killed and injured in an Israeli air strike targeting a group of civilians in Dahdouh Square, while

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What Black History Month means for those on the front lines of activism | TV Shows

What does Black History Month mean for those on the front lines of activism and organising?   From the struggles of the civil rights movement to the present day, African Americans have been pivotal in advocating for justice and equality in the face of systemic racism. Throughout history, they have confronted racial inequality, police brutality and

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Senegal’s Sall vows to exit office in April but election date still unknown

It remains unclear when the government will set a new election date as ordered by the Constitutional Court. Senegal’s President Macky Sall has said that he will end his term in April as expected, but did not give a new date for the presidential election originally scheduled for Sunday. Sall, who is wrapping up two

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Google pauses Gemini’s image tool for people after anti-‘woke’ backlash

Tech giant says model is ‘missing the mark’ after controversy over failure to depict white people. Google has temporarily stopped its Gemini AI model from generating images of people following a backlash over its failure to depict white people. The search engine giant made the announcement on Thursday after Gemini users shared images created by

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Afghanistan: Taliban carry out double public execution at stadium

GHAZNI, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan’s ruling Taliban carried out a double public execution Thursday at a stadium in the country’s southeast, where relatives of the victims of stabbing deaths fired guns at two convicted men while thousands of people watched. The Taliban’s Supreme Court ruled that the two men were responsible for the stabbing deaths

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Canadian white supremacist who killed Muslim family gets life sentence

The judge in the case said Nathaniel Veltman’s attack represented an act of ‘terrorism’. A Canadian white supremacist who deliberately ran over four members of a Muslim family has been sentenced to life in prison for the murders. Nathaniel Veltman, 23, was convicted in November of four counts of first-degree murder and one count of

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Hostage talks continue in Paris amid expected Rafah operation

Israel plans to expand the framework for a hostage deal, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant told US Middle East envoy Brett McGurk ahead of the latest pending summit on the captives led by CIA Director Willian Burns. “We will widen the mandate for the officials involved in the negotiations on the hostages,” Gallant said when

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Head of Boeing 737 MAX programme out amid safety concerns at planemaker

Ed Clark oversaw the Renton factory where the Alaska Airlines plane involved in blowout was completed. The head of Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX programme has left the planemaker, according to a company memo, amid scrutiny around production and safety measures following a mid-air blowout on a plane last month. The company also reshuffled its leadership

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