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Where total solar eclipse first becomes visible : Solar eclipse 2024: Follow the path of totality : NPR

A woman puts on special glasses to see the eclipse on Monday in Mazatlán, Mexico. Many people have flocked to the seaside area to catch a glimpse of the total solar eclipse. Hector Vivas/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Hector Vivas/Getty Images A woman puts on special glasses to see the eclipse on Monday in […]

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Revisiting molokhia amid war and displacement in Gaza | Israel War on Gaza

Az-Zawayda, Gaza – A year ago, Siham Abu Shaaban made molokhia for Fork the System, explaining how it is considered a “lucky charm” of a dish that many families have to have on their Ramadan table. This year, under vastly different, harrowing circumstances, she and her family made it again, recreating last year’s beautiful evening

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Khan Younis ‘smells like death’ as Palestinians return to devastated homes | Israel War on Gaza News

“It smells like death,” says Maha Thaer, a mother of four, as she returns to her devastated home in Khan Younis after Israeli troops announced their withdrawal from southern Gaza. “We don’t have a city any more, only rubble. There is absolutely nothing left. I could not stop myself crying as I walked through the

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Fighting in southern Syria following bombing kills 17: War monitor

A blast that killed eight children on Saturday in al-Sanamayn led to clashes between rival groups in Deraa, says the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). A war monitor has said at least 17 people were killed in southern Syria’s Deraa province in violence triggered by an explosion a day earlier that killed a group

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How credible is US rhetoric on ‘policy change’ towards Israel? | Israel War on Gaza

Annelle Sheline talks about quitting her job at the US State Department due to frustration over ‘naive’ Israel policy. In this episode, Annelle Sheline tells host Steve Clemons that the contradictions in US policy toward Israel’s war in Gaza made her job as a State Department officer in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and

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Does Israel’s attack on aid workers mark a turning point for its allies? | Israel War on Gaza News

The killing of international aid workers with World Central Kitchen (WCK) sparks strongest Western reaction to date. After six months of war and more than 33,000 Palestinians in Gaza killed, it was Israel’s killing of international aid workers this week that triggered the West’s most furious response to date. Israel has faced sharp criticism since

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The world’s oldest man says the secret to his longevity is luck, plus regular fish and chips

LONDON (AP) — The world’s oldest man says the secret to his long life is luck, moderation — and fish and chips every Friday. Englishman John Alfred Tinniswood, 111, has been confirmed as the new holder of the title by Guinness World Records. It follows the death of the Venezuelan record-holder, Juan Vicente Pérez, this

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