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Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
Israel Releases Rare Picture of Hamas Commanders in Gaza
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'Chaotic' meeting with Israeli war Cabinet fuels hostage families' anger and fear (MSNBC Int'l News)

MSNBC Int'l NewsDec 06, 2023
Gaza doctor describes hellish medical conditions as Israeli troops draw near
As Israeli forces move into southern Gaza, Dr. Ahmed Moghrabi has been operating day and night at Nasser Medical Complex.

Israeli teen hostage kept her dog with her in captivity in Gaza (Washington Post World News)
How missiles from Yemen could escalate Israel-Gaza war (BBC Front Page)

Washington Post World NewsDec 06, 2023
Israel touts civilian warning system, but for Gazans, nowhere is safe
A high-tech hub in Israel aims to protect civilians, but the experiences of Gazans in a densely packed enclave with no escape reveal the limits of its efforts.

Washington Post World NewsDec 06, 2023
Israeli troops enter Khan Younis, the displaced flee south to tents
Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu insisted, "We are on the right path," and said Israel was prepared to keep its military inside Gaza indefinitely after the war.

NPR Topics: NewsDec 06, 2023
Biden says Congress must approve Ukraine aid this month: 'We can't let Putin win'
The White House has warned it would run out of money for weapons and aid by the end of the month to support Ukraine's fight against Russia's invasion.

Biden Calls on Congress to Approve Aid to Ukraine: ‘This Cannot Wait' (Int'l Herald Tribune)

CNBC World NewsDec 06, 2023
Putin makes rare visits to the UAE, Saudi Arabia to talk strengthened relations, Israel-Hamas war
The visits are his first to the region since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
U.S. Supports ‘Largely' Phasing Out Fossil Fuels, John Kerry Says at Climate Summit
There is growing pressure at COP28 to proclaim an end to coal, oil and gas. It's the most contentious issue at the global climate talks.

BBC Front PageDec 06, 2023
I should have twigged Covid threat earlier, admits Boris Johnson
The former PM tells the pandemic inquiry he initially underestimated the challenge posed by the virus.

CBC Top StoriesDec 06, 2023
Alberta given 'Fossil of the Day' award by activists at global climate summit
Environmental activists put a spotlight on Alberta's climate record on Wednesday at the COP28 climate summit by giving the province the so-called "Fossil of the Day" award.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
U.S. Charges 4 Russian Soldiers With War Crimes Against an American
The Justice Department also said it had begun investigating the "murder of more than 30 Americans" by Hamas fighters during the Oct. 7 attack in Israel.

DOJ charges four Russian soldiers with war crimes related to Ukraine invasion (MSNBC Int'l News)

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
Putin Travels to U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia on Rare Trip to Mideast
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia stopped first in the United Arab Emirates and went on to Saudi Arabia. He said the Israel-Hamas war will figure prominently in his discussions.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
Sean Combs Accused of Raping 17-Year-Old Girl in 2003 in Lawsuit
In the complaint, an unnamed woman says she was flown from the Detroit area to New York on a private plane and gang-raped in a recording studio. Mr. Combs denied the allegations.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
Final A.P. African American Studies Course Avoids Some Disputed Topics
After political pressure and repeated revisions, the College Board has reinstated some content, while steering clear of critical race theory and other ideas targeted by conservatives.

BBC News Front Page | WorldDec 06, 2023
Sean 'Diddy' Combs accused of sexual assault by fourth woman
Following new legal action, the rapper says he "did not do any of the awful things being alleged".

ABC NewsDec 06, 2023
Fake Donald Trump electors settle civil lawsuit in Wisconsin, agree that President Biden won
Ten Republicans who posed as fake electors for former President Donald Trump in Wisconsin and filed paperwork falsely saying he had won the battleground state have settled a civil lawsuit and admitted their actions were part of an effort to overturn Pr...

BBC News Front Page | WorldDec 06, 2023
Aberfan: Man, 28, charged after pregnant woman stabbed
The woman was airlifted to hospital with non life-threatening injuries but has since been released.

CBC Top StoriesDec 06, 2023
Taylor Swift makes history as Time's Person of the Year for 2023
Time has named Taylor Swift as their Person of the Year for 2023, capping off an extremely successful year for the pop star.

BBC News Front Page | WorldDec 06, 2023
Google claims new Gemini AI 'thinks more carefully'
Tech giant says Gemini will supercharge existing products, and take on market leader GPT-4.

Google launches its largest and 'most capable' AI model, Gemini (CNBC World News)

NPR Topics: NewsDec 06, 2023
'Time' magazine names Taylor Swift its 2023 Person of the Year
The 33-year-old international pop star has been playing to massive crowds on her Eras Tour and has garnered attention for her budding romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

Taylor Swift named Time Magazine's person of the year (BBC News Front Page | World)

NewsweekDec 06, 2023
Nikki Haley's Path to Beating Donald Trump
Experts explained how Nikki Haley could still win the Republican nomination over Donald Trump.

MSNBC Int'l NewsDec 06, 2023
American charged with allegedly inciting religious terror attack in Australia
An American man has been charged with allegedly inciting a "religiously motivated terrorist attack" that left six people dead in Wieambilla, Australia a year ago, officials said Wednesday.

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
Donors and Alumni Demand That Penn's President Resign Over Remarks at Hearing
At a congressional hearing about antisemitism on campuses, Elizabeth Magill, head of the University of Pennsylvania, appeared to evade questions about whether calling for the genocide of Jews violated Penn's code of conduct.

NewsweekDec 06, 2023
Who Will Replace Kevin McCarthy?
GOP Representative and former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced Wednesday that he will leave Congress by the end of the year.

Ex-House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to quit U.S. Congress (CBC Top Stories)
McCarthy Says He Will Leave Congress at the End of the Year (Int'l Herald Tribune)

Int'l Herald TribuneDec 06, 2023
Alabama Is at the Center of the 4th Republican Presidential Debate
Republican presidential candidates will gather in Tuscaloosa on Wednesday, at a moment when the state's politics have new resonance on the national stage.

Washington Post World NewsDec 06, 2023
U.S. restricts visas for Israeli settlers linked to extremist violence
The U.S. has repeatedly warned Israel to rein in rising settler violence and said the policy is designed to target people undermining security in the West Bank.

Israeli settler violence brings destruction and fear to West Bank as war rages (BBC Front Page)

BBC News Front Page | WorldDec 06, 2023
Robert Jenrick resigns as immigration minister over Rwanda legislation
The former immigration minister says the emergency legislation "does not go far enough".

ABC NewsDec 06, 2023
Norman Lear, one of the most prolific producers in TV history, dies at 101
Norman Lear, one of the most prolific producers in television history, has died. He was 101 years old.

Norman Lear, TV's Greatest American (Int'l Herald Tribune)

CBC Top StoriesDec 06, 2023
Norman Lear, producer of All in the Family, dead at 101
Norman Lear, the writer, director and producer who revolutionized prime time television with such topical hits as All in the Family and Maude and propelled political and social turmoil into the once-insulated world of sitcoms, has died.

Norman Lear, Whose Comedies Changed the Face of TV, Is Dead at 101 (Int'l Herald Tribune)

BBC Front PageDec 06, 2023
Hamas hostages: Stories of the people taken from Israel
It is thought more than 100 Israelis are still being held hostage in Gaza after the 7 October attacks.

MSNBC Int'l NewsDec 05, 2023
Growing evidence of Hamas' sexual crimes against women during attack
Israeli investigators say there's growing evidence Hamas unleashed repeated rapes and sexual assaults against women during their October 7 attack. Hamas has denied committing sexual crimes against women. NBC News' Hala Gorani reports on the chilling eyewitness accounts and the investigation.

Evidence suggests dozens of Israeli women were raped or mutilated by Hamas (MSNBC Int'l News)

BBC Front PageDec 05, 2023
Biden and Trump trade barbs as 2024 race heats up
Speaking at a Fox town hall, Donald Trump says he does not think Biden "makes it physically" to 2024.

CBC Top StoriesDec 05, 2023
Israel presents evidence, witness testimonies of Hamas's sexual violence in Oct. 7 attacks
Hamas-led militants and assailants raped women and carried out other heinous acts of sexual violence during the Oct. 7 attacks on Israel, according to the testimonies of survivors, witnesses, first responders and forensics investigators.

BBC News Front Page | WorldDec 05, 2023
'It really hurts' - England 'devastated' as Olympic dream ends
Beth Mead says England are "devastated to miss out by such small margins" after being denied a place in the Women's Nations League finals.

ABC NewsDec 05, 2023
Senior EU official warns of huge security risk in Europe over Christmas
European Union Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson is warning that Europe faces "a huge risk of terrorist attacks" over the Christmas holiday period
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