Venezuela closes embassy in Ecuador following Mexican Embassy raid

Venezuela has ordered its embassy in Ecuador closed in the wake of a raid on the Mexican Embassy in Quito. “I ordered to close our Embassy in Ecuador, as well as the Consulates in Quito and Guayaquil and for diplomatic personnel to return to Venezuela immediately,” Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said Tuesday in a post […]

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How can the humanitarian crisis in Sudan be stopped? | TV Shows

The conflict is taking a heavy toll on civilians with millions forced from their homes and on the verge of famine. Sudan is facing a humanitarian crisis as its civil war drags on. The United Nations says 25 million people – half the population – need urgent assistance. About 30,000 people are dead and millions more

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UN’s Libya envoy resigns citing no hope for political progress

Abdoulaye Bathily says ‘lack of political will and good faith’ on the part of Libyan leaders are making UN governance efforts in Libya futile. The UN’s special envoy for Libya says he is his resigning as the world body cannot successfully support the country’s political transition when its leaders put their own interests above finding

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Photos: Israeli tanks push back into northern Gaza, warplanes hit Rafah | Gaza News

Israeli tanks have pushed back into some areas of the northern Gaza Strip which they had left weeks ago, while warplanes have conducted air raids on Rafah, where more than one million displaced Palestinians have sought refuge in the south of the territory, killing and wounding several people. Residents reported an internet outage in the

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Jordan’s Stability in Spotlight Following Iran’s Attack on Israel

Iran’s unprecedented attack on Israel and the prospect of escalating hostilities has threatened to embroil Jordan, a key Western ally and a country regarded by Gulf states as pivotal to their own security. When the Islamic Republic fired a barrage of missiles and drones at Israel on Saturday night, Jordan helped shoot down some that

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Boat capsizes in Kashmir, killing at least four; children among 15 missing

The boat capsizes in Jhelum River near Srinagar, with most of the passengers being children on their way to school. A boat carrying a group of people has capsized in a river in Indian-administered Kashmir, drowning four of them, news agency Press Trust of India reports. The boat capsized in the Jhelum River near Srinagar,

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Exclusive: Zelenskyy says without U.S. aid ‘we’ll have no chance of winning’

Volodymyr Zelenskyy (through interpreter): Two times. I talked to him last year. I was visiting the United States. Specifically, I had a meeting with the speaker, with the president, with the Congress. Then we had a meeting behind closed doors. They all agreed 100 percent, those who were at that meeting. They were saying, there

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Will Israel respond to Iran’s first-ever direct attack? | Israel War on Gaza News

The Israeli government says it’s weighing its options amid calls from allies to de-escalate tensions. The smoke has cleared and the dust has settled after Iran’s unprecedented attack on Israel. The weekend attack – the first direct military action targeting Israel from Iranian soil – was, says Iran, proportional retaliation for the bombing of its

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Saudi reviews football fan rules after whip attack

Saudi football authorities to review fan protocols after Al Ittihad’s Abderrazak Hamdallah was whipped by a spectator. The Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF) has vowed to review the fan code of conduct after a “disgraceful” attack in which a spectator appeared to whip a player. The incident occurred on Thursday, April 11, during a match

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Thousands try to return home to north Gaza after ‘open checkpoint’ rumours | Israel War on Gaza News

Thousands of Palestinians in Gaza have flooded the coastal road northwards after hearing that several people managed to cross a closed checkpoint towards Gaza City, despite Israel denying it was open. Those making the journey on Sunday hoped to cross a military checkpoint on al-Rashid Street, south of Gaza City, but the Israeli army said

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