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The shadowy Hamas leader behind the war against Israel

Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, is widely believed to have helped mastermind the unprecedented Hamas attack that changed the course of Israeli-Palestinian history.

Gaza war is deadliest conflict for journalists in over 30 years, press advocates say

More than 60 journalists and media workers have been killed so far, most of them Palestinian journalists in Gaza. Gaza’s journalists have reported while also suffering personal losses.

More than 100 Gaza heritage sites have been damaged or destroyed by Israeli attacks

The nonprofit group Heritage for Peace’s preliminary findings show 104 historic religious buildings, museums and archaeological sites have been destroyed or damaged.

France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor opens an investigation into tourist’s killing

French police arrested a man who targeted passersby in Paris on Saturday night, killing a German tourist with a knife and injuring two others, France’s interior minister said.

Iran-linked cyberattacks threaten equipment used in U.S. water systems and factories

The hackers have been going after U.S. facilities that utilize an Israeli-made computer system, which is predominately used in water and wastewater systems.

7.6 magnitude quake strikes off southern Philippines, triggering a tsunami warning

The powerful earthquake struck off the cost of the southern Philippines island of Mindanao Saturday night local time. There are no immediate reports of damage or casualties.

In Dubai, Harris deals with 2 issues important to young voters: climate and Gaza

Vice President Harris gave young climate activists a shout-out in her remarks to world leaders at COP28. “Let us all share in their sense of urgency and their optimism,” she said.

As Israel’s air strikes resume, the U.S. and Qatar try to negotiate another ceasefire

Israel says it’s hit more than 400 targets since the resumption of fighting in Gaza, as Qatar and the US try to negotiate another ceasefire.

Vice President Harris announces new policies at COP28, hoping to attract young voters

Vice President Harris speaks at the UN climate summit in Dubai, delivering a message the White House hopes young voters back in the U.S. will hear.

How Israel’s judicial system handles the estimated 7000 Palestinians in its prisons

NPR’s Asma Khalid speaks to Dror Sadot of B’Tselem The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, about how Israel has detained thousands of Palestinians for years.

In Ukraine, a special school helps children cope with trauma from the war

Children in Ukraine who lost a parent in the war are receiving counseling at a special camp and school.

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