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East African regional force begins withdrawal from DRC

The regional bloc first deployed troops in the violence-plagued region in November last year after the resurgence of the M23 rebel group.

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Major aftershocks jolt Philippines after magnitude 7.6 quake

The initial quake struck off the coast of the country at a depth of 32 kilometres (20 miles) at 10:37 pm local time (1437 GMT) about 21 kilometres northeast of Hinatuan municipality on Mindanao island, the USGS said.

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Three killed in bomb attack on Catholic mass in Philippines

The blast happened during a regular service at Mindanao State University's gymnasium in Marawi, the country's largest Muslim city, regional police Chief Allan Nobleza said.

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German tourist stabbed to death in Paris 'terror' attack

The attack took place close to the Eiffel Tower during a busy weekend night and came with the country on its highest alert for attacks as tensions rise against the background of the war between Israel and Hamas.

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Multi-agency team deployed to rescue two missing MPs, 16 others stranded in Tana River

According to Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki the legislators were part of an 18-man group stranded at a yet to be established location on the waters of Tana River. 

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Israel strikes southern Gaza, US VP Harris calls for restraint

Saleh Al-Arouri told Al Jazeera TV that Israeli hostages held by Hamas are soldiers and civilian men who previously served in the army.

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No-shows and walkouts as Israel-Hamas war looms over crucial climate talks

Herzog was supposed to give an address that day calling for action on the climate crisis. His slot came and went; he didn’t speak. He was instead meeting with the likes of King Charles III and leaders of the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, the European Union, the United Kingdom and India, as...