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Sam Altman won’t return to OpenAI despite company’s overtures, report says

Altman’s sudden departure from the company he co-founded sent shockwaves through the tech sector. Sam Altman, the ousted CEO of ChatGPT creator OpenAI, will not return to the company he co-founded despite executives’ efforts to bring him back, tech news site The Information has reported. Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI co-founder and board director, told staff on […]

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Washington Post backs down from earlier story on Hamas hostage deal

The article was subsequently updated to say that the U.S. was “close” to a deal with Israel and Hamas to free some of the hostages, but no correction or clarification was immediately added to the story. As of Sunday morning, the story had last been updated at 10:52 p.m. on Saturday. On Sunday afternoon, the

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Could Israel’s war on Gaza provoke regional instability? | Israel-Palestine conflict

Palestinians suffer daily horrors while the United States stands by its ally Israel, as do the United Kingdom and European Union. As Israel steps up its bombardment of Gaza, military and political support from the United States remains steadfast. But could this war – which has caused such a humanitarian catastrophe – lead to wider

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Babies evacuated from al-Shifa and transferred to southern Gaza

Thirty-one premature babies, trapped in hospital without life-sustaining equipment, have been evacuated by ambulance. The most vulnerable patients at al-Shifa Hospital – dozens of prematurely born babies in critical condition – have been evacuated to the south of the Gaza Strip. Of the 39 babies who had been left without incubators when al-Shifa Hospital was

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IDF Discloses Deaths Of Captain Roey Biber And Sergeant Binyamin Meir Airly

The latest announcement brings the total number of Israeli soldiers killed to 65 since the start of the ground operation in Gaza. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) on Sunday morning released the names of two more soldiers killed during fighting in the northern Gaza Strip. Captain (res.) Roey Biber was 28-years-old, from Tzur Moshe. He

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No end to Palestinian suffering with no end to Israel’s war on Gaza | Israel-Palestine conflict News

Israeli air raids have killed many Palestinians at the al-Fakhoora School, run by the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA), in the Jabalia refugee camp and another school in Tal al-Zaatar, also in northern Gaza. At least 50 people were killed in the attack on the al-Fakhoora School, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said

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Biden: 'A cease-fire is not peace' – POLITICO

Biden: ‘A cease-fire is not peace’  POLITICO Biden tells two different stories about the Israel-Hamas war in letters to Americans  NBC News Is Biden’s stance on Israel out of sync with mainstream America? | The Bottom Line  Al Jazeera English Biden says Palestinians ‘deserve a state of their own’ in call for two-state solution ‘free from Hamas’  Fox News

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Is US support for Israel damaging Washington’s global standing? | TV Shows

Critics warn of consequences of Washington’s staunch backing of Israel’s war on Gaza. The unwavering United States support for Israel’s all-out assault on Palestinians in Gaza is shifting global perceptions. Several analysts and Arab leaders have warned that Washington risks severe reputational damage in the region if it continues to back Israel – whose forces

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Lisbon’s Mayor Moedas: Leading the city’s rise as a global innovation hub | Technology

Carlos Moedas on making Portugal’s capital an entrepreneurship centre amid a national political crisis. Lisbon, famed for its golden sunsets and cobbled streets, stands rich in history and resilience. It has weathered earthquakes and political and economic turmoil, cultivating a strong spirit. Currently, the city navigates issues like gentrification, a housing crisis and climate threats.

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India pauses efforts to rescue workers trapped in tunnel over cave-in fears | News

Rescuers in Uttarakhand temporarily suspend work after hearing ‘large-scale cracking sound’. Indian rescue workers have paused efforts to reach 40 men trapped in a collapsed highway tunnel over fears of more cave-ins. Rescuers temporarily suspended work on Friday after a “large-scale cracking sound” was heard while trying to restart a drilling machine, the National Highways

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