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  • The Consequences of One’s First Programming Language
  • NASA Indefinitely Delays Return of Starliner to Review Propulsion Data
  • Researchers Create New Class of Materials Called 'Glassy Gels'
  • systemd 256.1: Now Slightly Less Likely to Delete /home
  • AMD Investigates Claims of Breach After Group Offers Stolen Company Data for Sale
  • US to Ban Sales of Kaspersky Software Over Ties to Russia
  • Making a Bignum Library for Fun
  • Deleting Facebook
  • 'Risks of Nuclear Terrorism Are High and Growing.' New Tools, Alliances, Renewed Focus Needed
  • Bacon Ice Cream and Nugget Overload Sees Misfiring McDonald's AI Withdrawn
  • Auto Woes
  • Time May Actually Be One Big Illusion, Says a New Study
  • EU Chat Control Law Proposes Scanning Your Messages — Even Encrypted Ones
  • Schneier on Security - His New Blog Moderation Policy
  • Human Missions to Mars in Serious Doubt After Discovery Made on Effects to Astronaut's Bodies
  • AI Not Replacing Comedians Any Time Soon
  • Youtube's Unskippable Ads Are About To Get So Much Worse
  • IEEE and The Open Group Publish POSIX.1-2024
  • The Short, Happy Reign of CD-ROM
  • MSU Researchers Discover Honeybees Can Detect Lung Cancer
  • cURL User Survey 2024 Analysis
  • Improving Soil Health Yields Unexpected Benefits For Farmers
  • After Europe, Japan Introduces Law to Curb Apple and Google's App Store Dominance
  • Women Were Knights Too? Archaeologists Make Unexpected Discovery in Medieval Warrior Monk Burials
  • Microsoft President to Congress: ‘We Accept Responsibility’ for Cybersecurity Failures
  • News Consumption is Down -- 2024
  • Inescapable Conclusion: USC Researchers Prove Earth's Core is Losing Speed
  • Adobe and Meta Drive the Visual Digital Arts in Deeper Enshit
  • Scientists May Have Discovered The First Sign Of Autism: An Unusually Large Brain
  • AMD Confirms Ryzen AI 300 PCs Won't Feature Copilot+ Features At Launch
  • Invisible Invaders: How Microplastics Sneak Into Your Brain
  • FAA Investigating How Titanium Parts With Falsified Records Wound Up in Boeing and Airbus Planes
  • Tesla Must Face False Advertising Claims Around 'Full Self-Driving' In California
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  • Molecules Derived From Sea Sponge Show Promising Effects In Cancer, Mitochondrial Function
  • World's First Risc-V Laptop Preloaded With Ubuntu
  • How Giant Earthworms Have Transformed The Isle Of Rm's Landscape
  • Digital-Only Games Consoles Are Still A Terrible Idea
  • "Everyone is Going About AI All Wrong"
  • X-Force Discovers New Vulnerabilities in Smart Treadmill
  • Scientists Have Traced The Origin Of The Modern Horse To A Lineage That Emerged 4,200 Years Ago
  • "The Girlfriend Singularity is Here"
  • Long Covid Finally Gets A Universal Definition
  • Algae Blooms Prompt 2 Warnings Along Parts Of New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee
  • Voyager 1 Makes Stellar Comeback To Science Operations
  • Groundbreaking Research Achieves Unprecedented Data Transmission Rates
  • Fifty Things You Can Do With a Software Defined Radio
  • Boeing's Leaky Boat Has More Leaks, Return Delayed.
  • Researchers Develop Less Toxic, More Effective Chemotherapy
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  • Longtime Linux Wireless Developer Passes Away. RIP Larry Finger
  • OpenAI's 'Media Manager' Mocked, Amid Accusations of Robbing Creative Professionals
  • Tuesday SpaceX Launches a NOAA Satellite to Improve Weather Forecasts for Earth and Space
  • Foundation Honoring 'Star Trek' Creator Offers $1M Prize for AI Startup Benefiting Humanity
  • EFF: New License Plate Reader Vulnerabilties Prove The Tech Itself is a Public Safety Threat
  • Our Brains React Differently to Deepfake Voices, Researchers Find
  • Multiple AI Companies Ignore Robots.Txt Files, Scrape Web Content, Says Licensing Firm
  • America's Used EV Price Crash Keeps Getting Deeper
  • Launch of Chinese-French Satellite Scattered Debris Over Populated Area
  • Walmart Announces Electronic Shelf Labels They Can Change Remotely
  • Data Dump of Patient Records Possible After UK Hospital Breach
  • Red Hat's RHEL-Based In-Vehicle OS Attains Milestone Safety Certification
  • Linux Foundation's 'Open Source Security Foundation' Launches New Threat Intelligence Mailing List
  • Microsoft Admits No Guarantee of Sovereignty For UK Policing Data
  • Big Tech's AI Datacenters Demand Electricity. Are They Increasing Use of Fossil Fuels?
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    Universe Today

  • Venus is the Perfect Place to Count Meteors
  • Do Protons Decay? The Answer Might be on the Moon
  • It’s Not Just Rocks, Scientists Want Samples Mars’s Atmosphere
  • Something’s Always Been Off About the Crab Nebula. Webb Has Revealed Why!
  • Lake Shorelines on Titan are Shaped by Methane Waves
  • Could We Put Data Centers In Space?
  • The JWST Peers into the Heart of Star Formation
  • Matched Twin Stars are Firing Their Jets Into Space Together
  • Astroscale Closes Within 50 Meters of its Space Junk Target
  • Here’s Hubble’s First Image in its New Pointing Mode
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  • For The Bragging Rights: EFF’s 16th Annual Cyberlaw Trivia Night
  • Opposing a Global Surveillance Disaster | EFFector 36.8
  • Police are Using Drones More and Spending More For Them
  • New ALPR Vulnerabilities Prove Mass Surveillance Is a Public Safety Threat
  • California Lawmakers Should Reject Mandatory Internet ID Checks
  • How to Clean Up Your Bluesky Feed
  • What’s the Difference Between Mastodon, Bluesky, and Threads?
  • Ah, Steamboat Willie. It’s been too long. 🐭
  • Podcast Episode: AI in Kitopia
  • California’s Facial Recognition Bill Is Not the Solution We Need
  • The Surgeon General's Fear-Mongering, Unconstitutional Effort to Label Social Media
  • The UN Cybercrime Draft Convention is a Blank Check for Surveillance Abuses
  • If Not Amended, States Must Reject the Flawed Draft UN Cybercrime Convention Criminalizing Security Research and Certain Journalism Activities
  • Hand me the flashlight. I’ll be right back...
  • EFF to Ninth Circuit: Abandoning a Phone Should Not Mean Abandoning Its Contents
  • Encode Justice NC - the Movement for a Safe, Equitable AI
  • The Next Generation of Cell-Site Simulators is Here. Here’s What We Know.
  • Shhh. Did you hear that?
  • EFF Covers Secrets in Your Data on NOVA
  • The UN Cybercrime Draft Convention Remains Too Flawed to Adopt
  • Surveillance Defense for Campus Protests
  • EU Council Presidency’s Last-Ditch Effort For Mass Scanning Must Be Rejected 
  • Security, Surveillance, and Government Overreach – the United States Set the Path but Canada Shouldn’t Follow It
  • Win for Free Speech! Australia Drops Global Takedown Order Case
  • Car Makers Shouldn’t Be Selling Our Driving History to Data Brokers and Insurance Companies
  • Podcast Episode: AI on the Artist's Palette
  • EFF Appeals Order Denying Public Access to Patent Filings
  • The Alaska Supreme Court Takes Aerial Surveillance’s Threat to Privacy Seriously, Other Courts Should Too
  • Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Section 230 | EFFector 36.7
  • A Wider View on TunnelVision and VPN Advice
  • EFF Submission to the Oversight Board on Posts That Include “From the River to the Sea”
  • Wanna Make Big Tech Monopolies Even Worse? Kill Section 230
  • NETMundial+10 Multistakeholder Statement Pushes for Greater Inclusiveness in Internet Governance Processes
  • Nominations Open for 2024 EFF Awards!
  • EFF Urges Supreme Court to Reject Texas’ Speech-Chilling Age Verification Law
  • Speaking Freely: Ethan Zuckerman
  • Podcast Episode: Chronicling Online Communities
  • Shots Fired: Congressional Letter Questions DHS Funding of ShotSpotter
  • Georgia Prosecutors Stoke Fears over Use of Encrypted Messengers and Tor
  • Sunsetting Section 230 Will Hurt Internet Users, Not Big Tech
  • EFF to Court: Electronic Ankle Monitoring Is Bad. Sharing That Data Is Even Worse.
  • EFF Urges Ninth Circuit to Hold Montana’s TikTok Ban Unconstitutional
  • Fair Use Still Protects Histories and Documentaries—Even Tiger King
  • The Cybertiger Strikes Again! EFF's 8th Annual Tech Trivia Night
  • Coalition to Calexico: Think Twice About Reapproving Border Surveillance Tower Next to a Public Park
  • One (Busy) Day in the Life of EFF’s Activism Team
  • Speaking Freely: Mohamed El Gohary
  • Big Tech to EU: "Drop Dead"
  • Victory! FCC Closes Loopholes and Restores Net Neutrality
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    RT - Daily news

  • Russia strikes Ukrainian pilot training hub
  • ‘Active phase’ of counterterrorism action in Russia’s Derbent over – security officials
  • Orthodox priest brutally murdered in southern Russia
  • American envoy follows Putin’s footsteps to Vietnam
  • Spacecraft debris falls in populated area (VIDEO)
  • Biden campaign suffering ‘depression’ over Trump’s cash haul – media
  • Serbia must prepare for ‘difficult period’ – president
  • Deadly assaults on synagogue & Orthodox churches in Russia: Live updates
  • Philippines to probe US anti-vax propaganda campaign – Reuters
  • Synagogue and two Orthodox churches attacked in southern Russia
  • Over 100 draft dodgers try to flee Ukraine daily – official
  • German right to form new European alliance – media
  • Contours of victory, and where the victory banner should rise
  • Musk’s X replaces key executive – FT
  • Ukraine’s deadly attack on Sevastopol: As it happened
  • The death of the petrodollar: What really happened between the US and Saudis?
  • Trump says he’s chosen running mate
  • Moscow blames Washington for deadly Crimea strike
  • Germany blames Moscow for worsening ties with Beijing
  • Ukraine kills civilians in Crimea with US-supplied missiles – Russian MOD
  • EU state could close border with Russian ally – FM
  • The Prigozhin paradox: What was Russia’s Wagner PMC and how did its June 23 mutiny happen?
  • Сhildren killed in Ukrainian attack on Crimea
  • WATCH rare Russian heavy bomb hit Ukrainian positions
  • Senior Russian MP cautions on nuclear doctrine
  • Ukraine pushing US to allow strikes deeper into Russia – AP
  • Italy’s Salvini demands ten-year jail sentences for surrogacy
  • White House fears Netanyahu visit – Politico
  • Teens arrested for plotting attacks on Jews in Paris
  • Ukrainians must work – top German MP
  • Russia destroys first Canadian APC – Defense Ministry
  • US may have secretly trained Ukrainian neo-Nazis
  • West sent Serbian-made ammo worth $855mn to Ukraine – media
  • Elite US university rehabilitates Ukrainian neo-Nazis
  • Fyodor Lukyanov: This is the only way to end confrontation between Russia and the West
  • Ex-CEO of major Russian investment group accused of fraud
  • Hamas would shoot gay supporters — Netanyahu
  • India and Bangladesh to negotiate free trade pact
  • Russian alcohol sales surge to nine-year record
  • German arms giant gets record artillery order
  • The West’s fears realized? What Putin’s meeting with Kim Jong-un really means
  • White Christians being replaced in Europe – Orban
  • Three civilians killed in Ukrainian strikes on Russian city – regional head
  • Ukraine ‘wants peace as soon as possible’ – Zelensky aide
  • EU state warns against seizing Russian money
  • Russia strikes depots storing Western weapons in Ukraine – MoD
  • A NEET mess: How irregularities in one of India’s most important exams upended the country
  • Candles lit at Russia EXPO to commemorate victims of Nazi invasion
  • West ‘provoked’ Ukraine conflict – Nigel Farage
  • Another African nation eliminates sleeping sickness
  • Russian tourism to China surging – data
  • Wikipedia’s political bias spreading to AI – study
  • US forces Russia to close visa centers – ambassador
  • Indian opposition calls out Modi government on national exam controversy
  • Indian opposition leader’s bail turned down moments before release
  • Members of UK’s richest family convicted of exploiting Indian staff
  • Chinese premier refuses to meet German vice chancellor – Welt
  • Gates may bring ‘downfall of western civilization’ – Musk
  • Disney discriminates against white men – executive
  • New war is coming – UN
  • Buffett-owned agency warns of ‘Trump recession’
  • Taiwan ‘learning from Ukraine’ – vice president
  • Kiev in talks with EU on extraditing Ukrainian citizens – minister
  • Five conservatives, one reformer: Who is running for power in Iran’s presidential elections
  • Ukraine to retaliate against Israel – envoy
  • Beijing warns EU of possible trade war
  • Trump points to ‘cause’ of Ukraine conflict
  • The evil clown returns: Boris Johnson is not done haunting world politics
  • African state revokes French company’s uranium mine permit - AFP
  • China reveals fusion tech breakthrough
  • Russia to upgrade nuclear weapons
  • EU drops vote on child sex abuse law – Politico
  • Russia has advantage across front line – defense minister
  • Texas woman convicted of racially abusing Indian Americans
  • Ukraine begins using German weapons to strike Russian territory – Bild
  • Swedish court acquits former Syrian general
  • Service dogs show off skills at Russia EXPO
  • Can India and BRICS become the world’s new security guarantors?
  • Only 50 hostages still alive in Gaza – WSJ
  • British PM threatens teens with sanctions for refusing national service
  • Germany mulls sending migrants to third countries
  • Kremlin explains Putin’s pledge that Russia willing ‘to go all the way’
  • Russian forces destroy US-supplied HIMARS system in Ukraine (VIDEO)
  • China sanctions US defense giant over Taiwan supplies
  • Border warfare, logistics strikes and hunt for aircraft: The week in the Ukraine conflict (VIDEOS)
  • US warns Ukraine about corruption – WaPo
  • Ukrainization of Georgia will not happen – prime minister
  • Hungary ‘won’t ride NATO war train’ – Orban
  • Egypt sets up crisis unit as Hajj death toll rises
  • US permits Ukrainian strikes anywhere beyond conflict front line – Politico
  • US puts Japan on currency manipulation watch list
  • Violent protests erupt in Kenya over controversial tax bill
  • Modi leads Yoga Day celebrations (VIDEO)
  • Japan slaps sanctions on Chinese firms over alleged Russia links
  • Eco activists vandalize ancient UK landmark
  • UK Labour leader lobbied strongly for total Israel support – Corbyn
  • Russia intercepts 120 Ukrainian drones overnight – MOD
  • NATO ‘moving into Asia’ – Putin
  • West could ditch Zelensky early next year – Putin
  • Defeating Russia impossible – Putin

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  • Macron pledges ‘change’ as French far-right eyes parliament rout
  • Saudi Arabia confirms 1,301 deaths during haj, mostly unregistered pilgrims
  • Coup-hit Niger was betting on a China-backed oil pipeline as a lifeline. Then the troubles began
  • Gunmen kill 6 police and a priest in Russian’s Dagestan region, officials say
  • Heatwave scorches US East Coast as dangerous temperatures expand to West
  • Apple and Meta have discussed AI partnership, US media reports
  • As Donald Trump runs for president, former first lady Melania stays out of the public eye
  • Ukraine war: Russia blames US for deadly missile attack on ‘peaceful residents’ in Crimea
  • Nvidia to launch in Middle East, amid US curbs on AI exports, concerns China dodging ban
  • China-made AI sexbots: the next national security risk for US, EU?
  • Israeli defence minister Gallant heads to US for ‘critical’ talks on Gaza war, arms delays, Lebanon
  • Hezbollah has offer from thousands of Iran-backed fighters to go to Lebanon to battle Israel
  • US election 2024: Trump has picked vice-president nominee, will attend debate against Biden
  • Ukraine war: US-supplied weapons proving successful inside Russia – ‘we can do a lot’
  • Middle East investors back Southeast Asia-focused PE funds in diversification move
  • UK’s Manchester Airport cancels all flights from 2 terminals after ‘major power cut’
  • Donald Trump tells US evangelical Christians to vote for him 1 more time
  • Red Cross chief in Gaza’s Rafah recounts shelling horror: ‘piles of dead bodies everywhere’
  • Hong Kong must boldly innovate faster to keep up with the times
  • US, Taiwan seek to expand island’s ‘meaningful participation’ in international community
  • Israeli soldiers wound Palestinian, tie him to hood of jeep and drive off
  • Japan’s Emperor Naruhito arrives in UK for 3-day state visit
  • China and EU agree to talks on planned electric vehicle tariffs
  • Food piles up at Gaza crossing as aid agencies say unable to work
  • In the US, LGBTQ librarians grapple with attacks on books – and on themselves
  • Russia launches new ‘massive’ attack on Ukraine power network
  • Israeli women rush to buy guns in October 7 aftermath
  • As Asian discontent grows, will it take a world war to reform the IMF?
  • US-bound migrants wilt under extreme heat: ‘the sun is too strong’
  • Reform UK’s Nigel Farage blames Nato and EU for ‘provoking’ Ukraine war
  • Saudi Arabia unshackled: rapid societal change draws Malaysia, Indonesia parallels
  • Seattle police officer fired after hurling racist, sexist slurs at Chinese-American neighbour
  • Trump challenges Special Counsel Jack Smith’s appointment in classified documents case
  • Namibian court declares laws banning gay sex unconstitutional
  • How far will Putin and Kim take ‘mutual assistance’ in face of aggression?
  • Louisiana becomes first US state to allow surgical castration of child molesters
  • Canada MP Han Dong’s defamation suit against Global News over Beijing claim can proceed
  • Ukraine may fire US-provided missiles deeper into Russia when under attack, Pentagon says
  • Hindujas, UK’s richest family, get jail for exploiting Indian staff at Swiss villa
  • US Supreme Court upholds gun control law intended to protect domestic violence victims
  • Peru’s longest bridge goes nowhere but threatens way of life for indigenous groups
  • EU nations to start membership negotiations with Ukraine, Moldova
  • Shein’s London IPO plan in regulatory limbo as investors grow jittery, sources say
  • TikTok and parent ByteDance call security concerns in US divest-or-ban law ‘speculative’
  • Is war between Israel and Hezbollah imminent? Risky tit-for-tat leaves region on edge
  • Amid US rivalry, is China’s gamble in the Middle East paying off?
  • SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son aims to foster an era of ‘super’ AI in new investment drive
  • Biden, Trump prepare for US election debate rematch in their own unique ways
  • Heatwaves kill hundreds, millions swelter as summer in Northern Hemisphere begins
  • US military’s U$230 million Gaza aid pier effort hit by repeated setbacks
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  • Company Linked to Federal Execution Spree Says It Will No Longer Produce Key Drug
  • The U.S. Says a Far-Right Ukrainian Army Unit Can Now Get Aid. A Photo Shows Training Was Already Happening.
  • Can Conservatives Expand the Death Penalty Using the “Trigger Law” Playbook?
  • The Venezuelan Perspective
  • Israel Opposes Rebuilding Gaza’s Internet Access Because Terrorists Could Go Online
  • Federal Prosecutors Attacked Me for My Reporting — and They’re Doing It to Hide Info From the Public
  • War Clouds Over Lebanon as Hezbollah and Israel Clash
  • Texas A&M Wants to Keep Emails About Leonard Leo’s $15 Million Gift Secret
  • “Utterly Dismayed”: Air Force Engineer Resigns as Dissent Against Gaza War Slowly Spreads Within Military
  • Columbia Task Force Finally Weighs In: Yes, Anti-Zionism Is Antisemitism
  • Cheap and Lethal: The Pentagon’s Plan for the Next Drone War
  • These “Tent Massacre” Survivors Couldn’t Afford to Leave Rafah. The Next Israeli Attack Nearly Wiped Their Family Out.
  • GOP States Double Down on Fighting Medication Abortion After Supreme Court Keeps It Legal
  • Medical Aid Worker Describes the Bloody Aftermath of Israel’s Hostage Rescue
  • House Votes to Block U.S. Funding to Rebuild Gaza
  • World Bank Financing Arm Rejects Calls to Directly Compensate Victims of Harm at Kenya Schools
  • Israel’s New Air War in the West Bank: Nearly Half of the Dead are Children
  • Firefox Browser Blocks Anti-Censorship Add-Ons at Russia’s Request
  • Apple Matches Worker Donations to IDF and Illegal Settlements, Employees Allege
  • UAW Endorses Nebraska Underdog Threatening to Unseat a Republican Senator
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  • Celebrating the Trailblazers: International Women in Engineering Day 2024
  • MaxLinear Empowers High-Speed Connectivity and Data Acceleration Solutions for Next-Gen Computing
  • Books To Start Your Career in Cloud, DevOps, or SRE in 2024
  • Automate Message Queue Deployment on JBoss EAP
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  • 5 Simple Steps To Get Your Test Suite Running in Heroku CI
  • Migrating Data From Amazon Neptune to PostgreSQL Using AWS Services
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  • Enhancing Testing Efficiency: Transitioning From Traditional Code Coverage to Code Change Coverage
  • Optimizing Your Cloud Resources, Part 2: Resource Management via IBM Cloud Projects
  • When You Need More Power Than a Lambda Provides
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  • Embracing NoSQL: The Future of Data Storage and Retrieval
  • Chaos Engineering: Building Resilient Systems, One Failure at a Time
  • Strategies for Building Self-Healing Software Systems
  • The Role of Kubernetes in Data Privacy and Protection
  • Optimizing Your Cloud Resources, Part 1: Strategies for Effective Management
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  • IoT Needs To Get Serious About Security
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  • Improving Serialization and Memory Efficiency With a LongConverter
  • The Definitive Guide to TDD in React: Writing Tests That Guarantee Success
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  • Unleashing the Power of Cloud Storage With JuiceFS
  • How GitHub Codespaces Helps in Reducing Development Setup Time
  • Consuming GraphQL API With React.js
  • Using CNTI/CNF Test Catalog for Non-Telco Cloud-Native Microservices
  • GenAI: Spring Boot Integration With LocalAI for Code Conversion
  • Transforming Modern Networking: The Unmatched Security of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)
  • UNHCR | The UN Refugee Agency
  • Thousands of newly arrived Somali refugees in Ethiopia relocated to new settlement
  • Baseball club brings a bit of home to Venezuelan refugee and migrant kids in Peru
  • After 5 years, Brazil relocation strategy benefits over 100,000 Venezuelans
  • Drought brings life-threatening food shortages for refugees in Ethiopia
  • Ukraine's refugees find long-term support in Europe's host countries
  • Recurring floods in Sudan displace refugees and their host communities
  • Entrepreneurship training helps Venezuelan refugees find stability
  • Women-run businesses in Afghanistan dealt a blow by deepening restrictions
  • UNHCR and Platon launch collaboration to bring refugee voices, aspirations into focus
  • UNHCR: Islamic giving plays increasing role in helping the forcibly displaced
  • After conflict, the displaced of Central African Republic dream of going home
  • UNHCR wins award for innovative use of blockchain solutions to provide cash to forcibly displaced in Ukraine
  • 100,000 new Somali refugees arrivein Ethiopia in the past month, UN and partners are calling for urgent funding
  • High Commissioner's message on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
  • AU, EU and UN push for urgent action to address the pressing needs of migrants and refugees in Libya
  • UNHCR statement on Bangladesh, Myanmar bilateral pilot project on Rohingya returns
  • Earthquake survivors in Trkiye count the devastating toll
  • Film world shows solidarity with refugees at Oscars and beyond
  • Across borders, South Sudan's displaced call for peace
  • Twelve years on, Syrian refugees face deepening debt and hunger

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  • Deadly attacks on Dagestan synagogue and churches
  • At least 1,301 people died during Hajj - Saudi Arabia
  • A year after mutiny, Kremlin controls Wagner remnants
  • 'Cricket is the only source of happiness back home': Afghans celebrate big win
  • Woman attacked by wolves in safari park near Paris
  • Belarus opposition leader warns Poland over borders
  • Giant anti-government protest rally grips Tel Aviv
  • Ukraine says it destroyed Russian drone base
  • Israeli army strapped wounded Palestinian to jeep
  • Crew arrested after yacht fireworks spark Greece blaze
  • One million under flood warnings as heavy rain hits US Midwest
  • India exam chief sacked after outcry over marks
  • Stunning video shows Strawberry Moon rising over ancient Greek temple
  • Israeli strikes on Gaza City kill dozens, Hamas says
  • Justin Timberlake admits 'tough week' after arrest
  • Ireland protests over suspended term for assault by soldier
  • Three missing in Swiss floods as Alpine resort Zermatt cut off
  • Bangladesh reels from surge in snake bites
  • Russia launches 'massive' attack on Ukrainian power grid
  • Iranian rapper's death sentence overturned
  • Hawaii Five-0 star Taylor Wily dies aged 56
  • Meet Wild Thang, voted world's ugliest dog
  • Watch: Wild Thang is officially the world's ugliest dog
  • Naked swimmers mark Australia's winter solstice
  • Watch: Donald Sutherland on a career that defied convention
  • Watch: Chinese coast guard clashes with Filipino navy
  • Grandeur, gifts and performances as Putin visits North Korea
  • Moment baby moose is rescued from Alaska lake
  • Why do German football fans sing the Loch Lomond tune?
  • Watch: 'There goes the trampoline, goodbye'
  • Alarm in Hamburg as man with axe shot by police
  • Researchers in Canada find ship where Shackleton died
  • Kylian Mbapp urges youth vote to counter 'extremists'
  • Cuba welcomes Russian military ships to Havana
  • Seventeen: The K-pop band about to make history at UK festival
  • Romanian village set to become Nato's biggest airbase in Europe
  • Unable to back down, Israel and Hezbollah move closer to all-out war
  • Why a 12-year-old took action against period poverty
  • What's behind deaths at this year's Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia?
  • US states want to ban phones in schools. It might be a challenge
  • Penis cancer cases increasing: Brazil sees 6,500 amputations in a decade
  • Diane von Furstenberg on 'magic' wrap dress and fearlessness
  • The schoolchildren being lured by rebels on TikTok
  • Sheryl Crow: 'Resurrecting Tupac with AI is hateful'
  • Pageantry, protest and a premiere: Photos of the week
  • Inside Gaza aid depot: Food waits as Israel and UN trade blame

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  • Pressure on Rishi Sunak as election betting scandal grows
  • Woman who sued therapist for sexual assault says she wanted justice
  • Labour to add dozens of peers to back its policies and improve gender balance
  • Scotland v Hungary: Euro 2024 – live updates
  • Jay Slater search: Tenerife police focus on outbuildings near last phone signal
  • NHS patients affected by cyber-attack may face six-month wait for blood test
  • At least 1,300 hajj pilgrims died during extreme heat, Saudi Arabia says
  • Wolf attack at French zoo leaves woman fighting for life
  • Open letter in India calls for withdrawal of go-ahead to prosecute Arundhati Roy
  • UK says importers making ‘deliberate errors’ on forms to avoid Brexit border charges
  • Labour plans to build 1.5m homes. Will that help Britons struggling for good housing?
  • Tory ‘big beasts’ who could disappear from Westminster – visualised
  • ‘It won’t take as long as people think’: Rachel Reeves on being ‘scrappy’ – and changing Britain
  • It’s Jimmy Dimly again for Sunday’s TV interviews as Hunt for Jeremy goes on
  • ‘A return to the cold war’: Putin and Kim have joined forces as global delinquents | Andrew Roth
  • ‘It was a nightmare. It still is’: the cost of doing business, eight years after Brexit
  • ‘We are planned out of the area’: the Gypsy Travellers in Scotland opposing a proposed brewery and taproom
  • Feeling exhausted? Here’s how to fight the weariness
  • Laura Smyth: Living My Best Life review – a comic with swagger and the popular touch
  • On the Shadow Tracks by Clare Hammond review – a train to Myanmar’s dark heart
  • ‘It opens eyes’: How one UK school has welcomed and learned from refugees
  • The happy microbiome: how to nourish all of yours - from mouth to gut to vagina
  • ‘We’re not anti-tourist’: Italy’s picturesque villages struggle to cope with deluge of Insta-visitors
  • ‘The first few nights were punishing’: how sleep restriction cured my lifelong insomnia
  • ‘The greatest thinker you’ve never heard of’: expert who explained Hitler’s rise is finally in the spotlight
  • Switzerland 1-1 Germany: Euro 2024 – live reaction
  • Phil Foden says ‘intensity has gone up’ in England training for Slovenia game
  • Too famous to play football? Ronaldo has outgrown the sport that made him | Barney Ronay
  • Euro 2024 innovations helping referees but some things technology cannot fix | Paul MacInnes
  • Alessandro Bastoni vows Italy will play without fear in Croatia showdown
  • Harry Kane hits back at ex-player critics and brings up their past England failures
  • Albania’s Daku gets two-game ban for anti-Serbia and North Macedonia chants
  • Chris Jordan basks in ‘a special one’ after hat-trick sets up England rout
  • Max Verstappen holds off fuming Lando Norris in Spanish GP but McLaren on up
  • Confusion over Murray’s Wimbledon farewell after ATP tweet saying he is out
  • England plan same starting XV for New Zealand opener in drive for consistency
  • From 15 to 50: Sky Brown seals Olympic place with veteran Andy MacDonald
  • Middlesex v Derbyshire, Essex v Durham: county cricket – as it happened
  • Aston Villa sign forward Lewis Dobbin from Everton for undisclosed fee
  • Sha’Carri Richardson punches Olympic ticket with world’s fastest 100m of year
  • I’ve seen all the ‘landslide’ polls – but they can’t tell us what’s really going on in this election | John Harris
  • Nicola Jennings on Rishi Sunak and the punts – cartoon
  • Take an area of outstanding beauty, cover it in pylons and concrete: how can we allow that? | Fiona Gilmore
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