Violence erupts in New Caledonia after leaders sent to France

Overseas French territory saw massive riots in May over planned electoral reform

550,000 Israelis emigrated in first 6 months of war: State authority

What might have been temporary escape for Israelis has turned into permanent migration, report says

At least 15 killed in attacks on synagogue, churches in Dagestan

6 gunmen responsible for attacks neutralized, situation is under control, says head of region

ISIS-K attacks synagogue, church, and police post in Dagestan

The attacks targeted a synagogue, an Orthodox church, and a police post in the cities of Derbent and Makhachkala

New Caledonia pro-independence leader charged after riots

Christian Tein charged in New Caledonia riots linked to electoral reforms, says BBC

Fire erupts at 26-story building in Kazakhstan’s capital

Fire spread over 180 square meters and 8 people evacuated from building in Astana, says Kazakh Emergency Situations Ministry

Cuba joins ICC case against Israel alleging Gaza genocide

Cuba said genocide, apartheid, forced displacement, and collective punishments have no place in today’s world

UN reports record displacement of 68.3 million people

UN reports a staggering number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) globally in 2023, with violence and disasters as key drivers.

Indian PM practices yoga in Kashmir, praises autonomy revocation

Announces preparations for elections to region’s dismantled assembly have begun

Egypt probes Hajj deaths as heatwave sweeps Mecca

Egypt forms a crisis unit to investigate the deaths, focusing on unregistered pilgrims most at risk.

Serbia, Montenegro urge residents to stay indoors amid heatwave

The Ministry of Labour and Employment instructed employers to schedule outdoor work to avoid heavy physical labor and direct sun exposure

Dutch police arrest suspect in shooting of Spanish politician

The suspect, a Frenchman of Tunisian descent with a criminal record, is the sixth person detained in connection with the attempted murder

Shipping industry demands action after Houthis sink second Vessel

The sinking of the Greek-owned Tutor coal carrier, struck by missiles and a remote-controlled boat laden with explosives, highlights the increasing sophistication and danger of Houthi tactics

Kim Jong Un and Putin forge new ties amid global scrutiny

Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin’s summit in Pyongyang, mark a pivotal moment in global diplomacy.

UN warns of severe humanitarian crisis in Haiti

Haiti’s surging gang violence has caused unprecedented displacement and severe hunger, as the UN migration agency warns of dire humanitarian consequences and limited access to basic services.

Afghan girl testifies to UN: ‘We are like slaves’

Laila described Afghan girls as “birds with broken wings,” still striving to “fly as high as they can” despite the severe restrictions imposed by the Taliban

Ukrainian forces allegedly behind drone attack on Russian oil tanks

According to Ukrainian claims, SBU-operated drones have successfully targeted Russian oil facilities in multiple regions over 20 times

Russian warships leave Cuba, stirring tensions

Fleet of Russian ships plus nuclear submarine arrived at Cuban port of Havana, remaining for 5 days

Turkish aid brings Eid joy to Ugandan families

To celebrate Eid al-Adha, Turkish charities are donating meat to families in Uganda.

Netanyahu dissolves Israeli war cabinet amid Gaza conflict

Public broadcaster KAN stated that far-right National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir had strongly requested to join the Cabinet

80 nations back Ukraine peace roadmap at Swiss Summit

A summit in Switzerland concludes with a declaration by 80 nations, focusing on humanitarian issues and future talks.

Palestinians mourn as 40K pray at al-Aqsa Mosque on Eid al-Adha

Despite mourning the Gaza war’s victims and facing severe restrictions, 40,000 palestinians performed Eid al-Adha prayers at al-Aqsa Mosque.

American tourist found dead in Greece amid rising missing cases

The body of the 55-year-old man was discovered in the sea near Mathraki’s old port by another tourist who alerted authorities

Fourteen Jordanians die during Hajj in Saudi Arabia, some due to heat

The ministry clarified that at least six of the fatalities were attributed to heat-related causes


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