Hunter Biden indicted on nine tax charges, adding to gun charges in special counsel probe

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hunter Biden was indicted on nine tax charges in California on Thursday as a special counsel investigation into the business dealings of President Joe Biden’s son intensifies against the backdrop of the looming 2024 election. read more...

Pakistan economy: Price spikes, political woes hit millions

(BBC)Daily-wage labourer Asif Maseeh wakes up each day wondering how he will feed his family of seven. "We just pray to God that we'll find a way to eat tomorrow," Mr Maseeh told the BBC. read more...

Israel strikes in and around Gaza’s second-largest city in an already bloody new phase of the war

KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel intensified its bombardment in and around Gaza’s second-largest city early Tuesday, as ambulances and private cars came racing into a local hospital carrying people wounded in a bloody new phase of the war in Gaza. read more...

Aid to Gaza halted with communications down for a second day, as food and water supplies dwindle

RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Communications systems in the Gaza Strip were down for a second day Friday with no fuel to power the internet and phone networks, causing aid agencies to halt cross-border deliveries of humanitarian supplies even as they warned people may soon face starvation. read more...

Thousands of bodies lie buried in rubble in Gaza. Families dig to retrieve them, often by hand

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — The wreckage goes on for block after devastated block. The smell is sickening. Every day, hundreds of people claw through tons of rubble with shovels and iron bars and their bare hands. read more...

Clashes over Israel-Hamas war shatter students’ sense of safety on US college campuses

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — As a Jewish student, Eden Roth always has felt safe and welcome at Tulane University, where more than 40% of the students are Jewish. That has been tested by the aftermath of last month’s Hamas incursion into Israel. read more...

Growing concerns from allies over Israel’s approach to fighting Hamas as civilian casualties mount

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel’s prime minister pushed back Saturday against growing calls from Western allies to do more to protect Palestinian civilians, as troops closed in on Gaza’s largest hospital that Israel claims is Hamas’ main command post but still hosts thousands of patients and people seeking shelter. read more...

Demonstrators brawl outside LA’s Museum of Tolerance after screening of Hamas attack video

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Street fights erupted between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian demonstrators outside Los Angeles’ Museum of Tolerance after a private screening of video showing the Oct. 7 attack on Israel by Hamas militants. read more...

A turning point in Myanmar as army suffers big losses

The military-installed president of Myanmar has warned that the country is in danger of breaking apart if the government cannot control fighting which has broken out in Shan State. read more...

Jewish fears as German support for Israel is challenged on streets

(BBC) Chancellor Olaf Scholz says he's "ashamed and outraged" at recent antisemitic attacks in Germany. read more...

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