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US expects Israel to agree to truce plan if Hamas accepts it

If Hamas agrees to the Israeli proposed truce on Gaza, the United States expects that Israel will accept the plan, said White House national security spokesperson John Kirby on Sunday. "This was an Israeli proposal. We have every expectation that...

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Humanitarian crisis in Sudan spins out of control as famine looms

GENEVA — As U.N. agencies warn of a looming famine in Sudan, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights says U.N. human rights chief Volker Türk held separate phone calls with Sudan’s rival generals this week to try to deescalate the...

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Haiti health system nears collapse as medicine dwindles, gangs attack hospitals

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI — On a recent morning at a hospital in the heart of gang territory in Haiti's capital, a woman began convulsing before her body went limp as a doctor and two nurses raced to save her. They stuck electrodes to her chest and...

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Netanyahu: Israel ‘one step away’ from winning war with Hamas

Six months into Israel’s war with Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared Sunday that it is near victory as the country pulled troops out of southern Gaza while maintaining a “significant force” elsewhere in Gaza. "We are one step...

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UN: Haiti Gangs Kill 1,500 in Three Months

Gang violence has killed more than 1,500 people in Haiti so far this year, the United Nations said Thursday, as it deplored the continuing stream of weapons pouring into the Caribbean Island nation. The U.N. described the situation in the...

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Chinese Pastor Released After 7 Years in Prison, Unable to Get ID

BEIJING — Unable to buy a train ticket, or even see a doctor at a hospital, a Chinese pastor found that his even after release from prison, he is not quite free. The Rev. John Sanqiang Cao was arrested and sentenced to seven years in prison while...

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US Military Airlifts Embassy Personnel From Haiti, Bolsters Security

WASHINGTON — The U.S. military said on Sunday it has carried out an operation in Haiti to airlift non-essential embassy personnel from the country and added U.S. forces bolster embassy security, as Caribbean nation reels under a state of emergency....

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Hunger Rampant in Gaza as Israel, Hamas Fighting Intensifies

Fighting intensified between Hamas and Israel on Thursday as a U.N.-backed body warned that the entire population of Gaza – more than 2 million people – is at crisis levels or worse of hunger and the potential for famine is on the horizon. Heavy...

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Violence Escalates Between Israel, Lebanon's Hezbollah

BEIRUT/JERUSALEM — Violence escalated at Lebanon's border with Israel on Sunday as Hezbollah launched explosive drones and powerful missiles at Israeli positions and Israeli airstrikes rocked several towns and villages in south Lebanon. Israel and...

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Israel, Hamas Engage in Fierce Battles in Gaza’s Biggest Cities

Israeli forces shot and killed six Palestinians on Friday in a refugee camp, near the town of Tubas on the occupied West Bank as the Israel-Hamas war in the southern Gaza Strip entered its third month. Also Friday, Israel’s military responded to an...

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