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The U.S. is running out of money for Ukraine, the White House warns

Kyiv’s war effort to defend itself from Russia’s invasion may grind to a halt without tens of billions of dollars in military and economic assistance, the Biden administration told Congress.

Up First briefing: Israel pushes into southern Gaza; Liz Cheney’s new book

Israel’s military says it has expanded its ground offensive in Gaza and is now targeting Hamas strongholds in the south. Liz Cheney says democracy is at stake if Trump is elected again.

Divers find wreckage and remains from Osprey aircraft that crashed off Japan

The CV-22 Osprey carrying eight American personnel crashed last Wednesday off Yakushima island during a training mission.

Israeli forces push into southern Gaza, as humanitarian crisis worsens

As Israel’s military begins to concentrate its siege in southern Gaza, a United Nations agency warns that the people there could soon begin dying from diseases as well as Israel’s bombardment.

11 bodies recovered after Indonesia volcanic eruption as 12 climbers remain missing

About 75 climbers had started their way up the nearly 9,480-foot mountain on Saturday and became stranded before Marapi spewed thick columns of ash on Sunday.

Palestinian student shot in Vermont is paralyzed from chest down, his family says

20-year-old Hisham Awartani is scheduled to be released from the hospital next week and begin a long recovery after one of the gunman’s bullets lodged in his spine.

Houthi missiles strike commercial ships in Red Sea, while U.S. warship downs drones

Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels launched a series of attacks on vessels in the Red Sea, as well as launching drones and missiles targeting Israel as it wages war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

WHO expert warns of disease risk in Gaza amidst a collapsing healthcare system

NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe speaks to Dr. Margaret Harris from the World Health Organization about the growing risk of untreated diseases in Gaza.

Venezuela to hold referendum upholding its claim on what Guyana says is its territory

Venezuela and neighboring Guyana are at loggerheads over Venezuela staking a claim on more than half of Guyana’s oil-rich territory. On Sunday, Venezuela will hold a referendum to uphold its claim.

Israel intensifies its offensive on Gaza with no signs of another truce

We look at the latest in the war between Hamas and Israel. The temporary ceasefire now over, deadly strikes in Gaza have resumed, and there are reports of more violence in the West Bank.

Philippine president says ‘foreign terrorists’ behind bomb that killed 4 during mass

The Philippine president blamed “foreign terrorists” for a bomb blast that killed four people Sunday and wounded dozens of other Catholic worshippers in the south.

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