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UN chief urges funds for Palestinians, saying Israel is forcing Gazans 'to move like human pinballs'

The United Nations chief is appealing for funding for the beleaguered U.N. agency helping Palestinian refugees in Gaza and elsewhere in the Middle East

UN chief urges funds for Palestinians, saying Israel is forcing Gazans 'to move like human pinballs'
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Chances of finding survivors slim after Nepal landslide, official says

Rescuers in Nepal searched on Saturday for 51 passengers and crew who went missing after a landslide swept their buses into a river swollen by heavy rain, an official said,

Chances of finding survivors slim after Nepal landslide, official says
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Fact check: Biden’s false and misleading claims at high-stakes news conference

President Joe Biden mistakenly referred to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as “President Putin” during remarks. CNN’s Kaitlan Collins reacts to the moment.

Fact check: Biden’s false and misleading claims at high-stakes news conference
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5 things to know for July 11: Biden’s health, Power outages, Gaza, ‘Rust’ movie shooting, NASA

CNN's Becky Anderson documents four-year-old Julia Abu Zeiter's arduous journey from war-torn Gaza onto a floating ship hospital run by the United Arab Emirates.

5 things to know for July 11: Biden’s health, Power outages, Gaza, ‘Rust’ movie shooting, NASA
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‘Tomorrow, I kill you:’ Rescued hostage details psychological abuse during eight months of Hamas captivity

CNN’s Bianna Golodryga spoke with Andrey Kozlov, who was held hostage for eight months by Hamas after being kidnapped at Nova Music festival on October 7. Kozlov spoke about the abuse he endured and the day he was rescued by IDF.

‘Tomorrow, I kill you:’ Rescued hostage details psychological abuse during eight months of Hamas captivity
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UN says ‘high likelihood’ a Russian cruise missile hit Ukraine’s main children’s hospital

CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports from the Ukraine's largest children's hospital in Kyiv that was partially destroyed in a deadly missile strike.

UN says ‘high likelihood’ a Russian cruise missile hit Ukraine’s main children’s hospital
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UN chief says no alternative to UN Palestinian refugee agency UNRWA

United Nations chief Antonio Guterres declared on Friday that there is no alternative to the U.N.

UN chief says no alternative to UN Palestinian refugee agency UNRWA
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Teenage migrant in Spain's Canaries sleeping rough after coming of age

When Abdellatif Bouhlal landed on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria after surviving the perilous sea journey from Morocco on a rickety dinghy, he was alone and just

Teenage migrant in Spain's Canaries sleeping rough after coming of age
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For at least a decade Quinault Nation has tried to escape the rising Pacific. Time is running out

Quinault Indian Nation, in Washington state, has spent at least a decade working to relocate hundreds of people whose homes are threatened by a rising Pacific Ocean

For at least a decade Quinault Nation has tried to escape the rising Pacific. Time is running out
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Emergency workers uncover dozens of bodies in a Gaza City district after Israeli assault

Civil defense workers in Gaza have been digging bodies out of collapsed buildings and pulling them off rubble-covered streets

Emergency workers uncover dozens of bodies in a Gaza City district after Israeli assault
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Hungary's Orbán faces backlash over his rogue 'peace mission' meetings with Western adversaries

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has made a Trumpian vow to “Make Europe Great Again” during his country’s six-month presidency of the European Union

Hungary's Orbán faces backlash over his rogue 'peace mission' meetings with Western adversaries
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Police reveal how a Japanese visitor obtained 2 inert grenades that led to an airport evacuation

Police reveal how a Japanese visitor obtained 2 inert grenades that led to an airport evacuation

Police reveal how a Japanese visitor obtained 2 inert grenades that led to an airport evacuation
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A Dutch court rejects a claim the government is evading export ban on F-35 parts to Israel

A Dutch court has rejected a claim from human rights organizations that the Netherlands is dodging a court order to stop sending F-35 fighter jet parts to Israel which could use them in Gaza

A Dutch court rejects a claim the government is evading export ban on F-35 parts to Israel
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Israeli strike kills 4 aid workers in Gaza 'safe zone,' UK-based group says

A U.K.-based aid group said one of its employees in Gaza has been killed by an Israeli strike that hit its warehouse located inside an Israeli-declared humanitarian safe zone

Israeli strike kills 4 aid workers in Gaza 'safe zone,' UK-based group says
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Inmates escape Niger prison holding militants

Inmates escape Niger prison holding militants

Inmates escape Niger prison holding militants
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A truce in Congo ends in a week. Aid groups say it could be a lost opportunity to help civilians

A two-week truce in eastern Congo has heavily reduced fighting, but with a week left aid workers and local civil society groups say not much help has reached millions of people who are trapped in one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises

A truce in Congo ends in a week. Aid groups say it could be a lost opportunity to help civilians
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4 migrants die while attempting to cross the English Channel from northern France

French authorities say four migrants have died while trying to cross the English Channel from France to the U.K. Their inflatable boat capsized and punctured off the coast of Boulogne-sur-Mer, in northern France

4 migrants die while attempting to cross the English Channel from northern France
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‘Tomorrow, I kill you:’ Rescued hostage details psychological abuse during eight months of Hamas captivity

‘Tomorrow, I kill you:’ Rescued hostage details psychological abuse during eight months of Hamas captivity

‘Tomorrow, I kill you:’ Rescued hostage details psychological abuse during eight months of Hamas captivity
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2 buses carrying more than 50 people were swept into a river by a landslide in Nepal

A landslide has swept two buses carrying more than 50 people into a swollen river in Nepal, and continuous rain and more landslides were making rescue efforts difficult

2 buses carrying more than 50 people were swept into a river by a landslide in Nepal
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Head of US aid agency says Israel has pledged to improve safety for humanitarian workers in Gaza

The head of the U.S. agency overseeing American humanitarian assistance worldwide says Israel has agreed to use an improved system across the Gaza Strip to ensure humanitarian workers and aid can more safely move around

Head of US aid agency says Israel has pledged to improve safety for humanitarian workers in Gaza
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Faced with threats from Russia and its Asian supporters, NATO and Indo-Pacific partners get closer

Four Indo-Pacific countries attending the NATO summit have issued a joint statement to “strongly condemn the illicit military cooperation” between Russia and North Korea

Faced with threats from Russia and its Asian supporters, NATO and Indo-Pacific partners get closer
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Panama installs barbed wire to block migrants traveling through the Darién Gap

Panama installs barbed wire to block migrants traveling through the Darién Gap

Panama installs barbed wire to block migrants traveling through the Darién Gap
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'We have nothing': Palestinians return to utter destruction in Gaza City after Israeli withdrawal

Palestinians have returned to breathtaking scenes of destruction in Gaza City after Israeli troops withdrew, ending a two-week offensive there

'We have nothing': Palestinians return to utter destruction in Gaza City after Israeli withdrawal
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Brazil sees over 100 countries joining alliance against hunger, minister says

More than 100 countries are expected to back a global alliance against hunger that Brazil has proposed to counter the increasing number of

Brazil sees over 100 countries joining alliance against hunger, minister says
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First lady Dr. Jill Biden to lead US delegation to the Paris Olympics

First lady Dr. Jill Biden to lead US delegation to the Paris Olympics

First lady Dr. Jill Biden to lead US delegation to the Paris Olympics

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