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Deliveries of humanitarian aid to Gaza dropped by 50 percent in February compared with January.
Israeli police moved in to break up a protest by ultra-Orthodox Jews who want their exemption from military service.
Palestinian group yet to comment on proposed deal, but decries international failure to get humanitarian aid into Gaza.
The strike in Guinea's capital Conakry comes days after the military unexpectedly dissolved the transitional government.
As the war rages in Gaza, US President Joe Biden says he hopes a ceasefire can take effect by early next week.
Military says it destroyed vessels and missiles in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen that were aimed at the Red Sea.
US president Joe Biden says he hopes a Gaza ceasefire deal can be agreed between Israel and Hamas by Monday.
New law granting tribal status to Paharis has angered Gujjars and Bakerwals who fear dilution of constitutional rights.
Centre-right government says health agency set up to improve access for Maori people will be shut down by end of June.
Conservative justices express concerns about Florida and Texas laws that curb platforms' content moderation policies.
US president's comments come as negotiations to end Israel's devastating war on Gaza appear to gather pace.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says web giants have failed to keep kids safe online.
Police in the state of New South Wales say they are investigating the alleged incident.
City-state's invocation of foreign interference law highlights challenges of maintaining a highly globalised economy.
Heavy fighting between the Congolese army and M23 rebels is fuelling displacement and regional tensions.
With no end in sight to conflict with Russia, conservatives and progressives say 'no' to more military aid for Ukraine
A Pakistani police officer is being hailed as a hero for negotiating the safe escort of a woman accused of blasphemy.
French president opens door to European nations sending troops to Ukraine, but cautions that there was no consensus yet.
Bushnell's extreme act of protest has put Western corporate media to shame.
Parliament approves appointment of Tamas Sulyok, 67, a Constitutional Court chief, to replace Katalin Novak.
People in North Gaza are risking their lives by fleeing from north to south Gaza because they fear starving to death.
Vote by Hungarian parliament ends more than 18 months of delays.
The people of al-Muarrajat remain undeterred, even after a recent and disturbing settler threat on their lives.
Farmers have been protesting for weeks across Europe against red tape and competition from cheap imports.
Al Jazeera has analysed the final hours of a 6-year-old who begged to be rescued as Israeli tanks closed in on her.