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Republican Ron DeSantis would not have to resign as Florida governor to run for president of the US if he chooses, under a bill given final approval https://t.co/pVXfLZ6Wuh https://t.co/jU1Ag5ctZ1
The UN has warned there is a serious risk of violence escalating in Sudan’s West Darfur region as heavy battles raged across the country despite the warring sides agreeing to a new ceasefire https://t.co/7dulFe34G3 https://t.co/rJ1xaln3l4
The Peruvian government is sending approximately 700 soldiers and police officers to its border with Chile as hundreds of undocumented migrants seeking to enter Peru are stuck on the frontier https://t.co/rEzpMiUCSm
"Part of me doesn’t want to go on our getaway to America this summer. I worry that a village we adore that seemed...to have avoided the darkness that sadly defines so much of America, may have become infected by it."
— #AJOpinion by Andrew Mitrovica https://t.co/z0ZIcLodGt
Brazilian President Lula da Silva has formally recognised Indigenous reservations, fulfilling a campaign promise to reverse the policy of his far-right predecessor Jair Bolsonaro https://t.co/EyfNC81rKl https://t.co/TGKqd3veJy
ChatGPT available to users in Italy a month after temporary ban https://t.co/GDxjurbNxF https://t.co/bmsIua538H
RT @AJEnglish: Palestinians and social media users have criticised European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen for her comments marking 75 years since Israel's founding https://t.co/acCBstYClo
"When that volume of water comes, all you can do is hope it comes at a manageable pace."
Farmers in the US state of California worry that melting snow could inundate them with a new round of flooding https://t.co/Ef4pQfwYj3 https://t.co/MFiIQNxCJN
At least 25 civilians have been killed in a wave of Russian missile attacks on Ukrainian cities, as Kyiv said it was nearly ready to launch a counteroffensive to retake occupied land https://t.co/bTj3Ctguuj https://t.co/EvvDZSco4B
Turkey’s pro-Kurdish party and its leftist allies have asked their voters to back President Erdogan’s main rival, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, in the May 14 presidential election https://t.co/1HtPRRibgq https://t.co/leY7NUsMa4
"[Korean] stories are now at the heart of the global cultural zeitgeist."
Here are the best Korean shows to stream on Netflix, as the streaming giant plans to drop $2.5bn on even more K-content https://t.co/sXYI0KuzVd https://t.co/C0mFIYA5o1
UAE astronaut Sultan AlNeyadi makes history by becoming the first Arab to undertake a spacewalk.
He and NASA astronaut Stephen Bowen spent more than six hours outside the International Space Station on Friday to work on power system upgrades and attempt to retrieve equipment https://t.co/PJWjg4WHxe
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree formally increasing the maximum sentence for treason to life in jail, part of a drive to suppress dissent since the start of the war in Ukraine.
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Tunisia retrieves 41 drowned refugees as death toll from refugee shipwrecks soars https://t.co/GEVTUv9sxV https://t.co/xY6IEZhusa
“There are no basic services or healthcare, no international aid organisations, and no access to free food or water."
Sudanese face ‘shocking’ delays and no aid at Egypt border https://t.co/fWus9nINNr https://t.co/nfV3bgiqFp
Israeli forces have killed a Palestinian teenager near the town of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, according to Palestinian officials https://t.co/imzrGccACb https://t.co/jg2qe1Cbeu
"It's a vicious cycle in which climate impacts put countries into debt, but that debt accelerates the climate crisis and leaves countries even more exposed to its impacts. And so the cycle continues."
— #AJOpinion by @1TeresaAnderson https://t.co/ccLyMZ52xg
The chairman of the BBC, Richard Sharpe, has quit after a report found that he failed to disclose a potential conflict of interest over his role in arranging a loan for former UK PM Boris Johnson https://t.co/upQGFvSrI5 https://t.co/FLbSHSDNj9
PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis will fight to keep leading the Greece, which is reeling from a rail disaster and worries about the economy https://t.co/MV9otbe4jd https://t.co/Oy1mmEXn6C
A video posted on social media shows destruction in shops and residential homes in the city of Al Junaynah in Sudan, after intense fighting between the Sudanese armed forces and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces group https://t.co/W6AJ2uz399
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