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As the Palestinian death toll in the war in Gaza nears 30,000, questions continue to be asked as to what Israel's end goal really is.
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It was the third US veto of a draft resolution since the start of the current fighting on 7 October.
Prince William said there is a "desperate need for increased humanitarian support to Gaza" and for hostages to be released.
The missile strike by the Houthis on the British-registered vessel is one of the most damaging yet.
Israeli war cabinet member Benny Gantz has warned that unless Hamas frees all hostages held in Gaza by 10 March an offensive will be launched in Rafah.
MIXIT in Tāmaki Makarau uses drama and dance to help young refugees gain confidence and in this Here Now episode, Phil Vine talks to former graduate Izadine Ahmed Abdallah about his story. Audio
Satellite images appear to show extensive construction work in progress along Egypt's border with Gaza, which reports claim is being carried out in preparation for housing Palestinian refugees.
Ukraine's military says it is withdrawing its troops from Avdiivka - the key eastern town besieged by Russian forces.
Russia's most significant opposition leader, and vocal critic of President Vladimir Putin - Alexei Navalny - is reported to have died in an Arctic Circle jail, aged 47. Audio
A joint statement says a military operation into Rafah would be "catastrophic" and Israel must listen to its friends and the international community.
Humanitarian chief Martin Griffiths said Palestinians in Gaza were already suffering an "assault that is unparalleled in its intensity, brutality and scope".
The US President says Israeli operations in the Gazan city should not go ahead "without a credible plan".
A Ukrainian prosecutor and her family were killed after a Russian drone attack on the northeastern city of Kharkiv hit an oil depot, triggering blazes and damaging residential houses, officials say.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered the military to prepare to evacuate civilians from the southern Gazan city of Rafah ahead of an expanded offensive against Hamas.
US talk show host Tucker Carlson's interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin began with a rambling lecture on the history of Russia and Ukraine. So was it true?
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Hamas' latest offer, calling it "delusional," and Hamas urged Palestinian armed factions to go on fighting.
2024 will be the Voldemort of years, the year that must not be named. Ian Bremmer, political scientist and president of the political risk advisory firm, Eurasia Group releases the top ten global… Audio
The details of the deal - set out by Israel, the US, Qatar and Egypt - have not been released.
The US carried out more strikes against Houthi missiles in Yemen on Sunday, US Central Command (Centcom) said in a statement on X.