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Israel launches airstrikes on Lebanon in response to rockets
Israel escalated its response to rocket attacks this week by launching rare airstrikes on Lebanon, the army and Lebanese officials said.
WHO calls for COVID booster jab moratorium until the end of September
Ukraine mulls giving hero status to alleged war criminals
Ukraine is considering giving hero status to controversial figures, including Nazi cooperators Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych, who fought for independence in the 1930s and 1940s.
Hijackers have left vessel off UAE coast, says British navy group
An incident identified as a "potential hijack" of a ship in the Gulf of Oman has ended and the vessel is safe, the British navy said.
COVID-19 booster shots already underway in several countries
Mercer Street: UK and US blame Iran for ship attack as Tehran denies
London said the tanker attack that killed two people off the coast of Oman was "deliberate, targeted and a clear violation of international law by Iran.”
Today at the Olympics: Italy's Marcell Jacobs wins 100m
Several injured after Belgrade to Stockholm bus crashes near Berlin
Nineteen people have been injured, nine of them seriously, after a bus en route from Belgrade to Stockholm crashed in Germany.
A hotbed of squalor and torture, Libya's detention centres are closing
The country's provisional government says it wants to end lawlessness in the camps, but migrants still dream of a life in Europe
Two Europeans killed in incident on board oil tanker off Oman coast
Two Europeans have died after an incident off the Oman coast on board the oil tanker Mercer Street, the ship's owners have confirmed.
Israel to offer coronavirus vaccine booster to people over 60
Israel is leading the world in its vaccination drive, and soon those over 60 who are already vaccinated will be offered a booster jab.
Palestinians, Israeli troops clash after funeral
Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops clashed on Thursday following the funeral of a child believed killed by army fire the previous day in the occupied West Bank. A Palestinian was critically injured in the violence
Volunteers restore one of the world's largest Jewish cemeteries
Are European arms fuelling wars and conflicts worldwide?
Where do European-made weapons end up? How are current conflicts worldwide impacted by the Defence industries of EU Member States? We take a look at the Defence sector and those opposed to its exports strategies.
Cannes Jury Prize goes to Israeli film about Palestinian activist
Pegasus spyware scandal: What we know so far