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Israel's military operates in the Gaza Strip during a temporary truce between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas, in this handout picture released on Monday.
WORLD / Politics
Nov 27, 2023
Pressure grows on Israel to prolong cease-fire in war with Hamas
The halt in fighting is "critically needed” for additional aid to get into the territory and for more captives to be freed, U.S. President Joe Biden said.
Israeli soldiers walk during a raid at the Balata camp for Palestinian refugees, east of Nablus in the occupied West Bank on Nov. 19.
WORLD / Politics / FOCUS
Nov 27, 2023
The West Bank is being reshaped along with Gaza post-Oct. 7
Hamas' attack has aggravated the long-standing conflict over the land between Israel and the Jordan River that forms the other Palestinian territory.
The International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands
COMMENTARY / World
Nov 26, 2023
International law, warts and all, is still better than no law
However imperfect, international law makes life for many people less nasty, brutish and short than it would otherwise be
Ukrainian military members fire a howitzer at Russian forces in the Zaporizhzhia Region of Ukraine in December. Ukraine’s war effort is highly dependent on the U.S. and the other Western nations who comprise the country’s largest military and economic backers. 
COMMENTARY / World
Nov 26, 2023
The wars shaping the new world order
From Gaza to Urkaine to Taiwan, there is an unfolding geopolitical drama and global rebalancing among the great-powers.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan speaks at an event in June.
WORLD / Politics
Nov 26, 2023
London’s mayor tries to unite a city divided by war in Gaza
The fighting between Israel and Hamas is shaking Muslim and Jewish people, who have lived side-by-side in London for generations.
A vehicle carrying hostages released as part of a deal between Israel and the Hamas militant group arrives at a medical center in Ramat Gan, Israel, on Sunday.
ASIA PACIFIC
Nov 26, 2023
'That's my son!' Thai family overjoyed as second group of hostages freed
Thirteen Israelis and four Thai nationals, freed in a second round of releases by the Palestinian militant group, arrived in Israel on Sunday.
Supporters and family members of the hostages kidnapped by Hamas fighters hold a rally in Tel Aviv on Saturday.
WORLD / Politics
Nov 26, 2023
Amid hostage releases, Israel faces dilemma over resuming the war
A longer pause could jeopardize the primary goal of Israel’s military campaign in Gaza: the destruction of the Hamas militant group.
A screenshot of a video of a hostage who was abducted by Hamas gunmen during the Oct. 7 attack is handed over by Hamas militants to members of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the Gaza Strip on Sunday.
WORLD
Nov 26, 2023
Hamas releases second group of hostages following delays
Hamas, the militant group that governs the Gaza Strip, confirmed the release of 13 Israeli hostages in a Telegram text.
People wave Israeli flags as helicopter carrying hostages released as part of a deal between Israel and Palestinian Islamist group Hamas arrives at Schneider Children's Medical Center in Petah Tikva, Israel, on Friday.
WORLD / Politics
Nov 25, 2023
Hamas to free new wave of hostages in Gaza truce
More captives are expected to be freed following the release of 24 hostages during the first day of a planned four-day truce Friday.
Police patrol the Champs Elysees in Paris last month amid security concerns following a deadly knife attack in northern France.
WORLD
Nov 25, 2023
Gaza war raises risk of Islamist extremism in Europe
Intelligence in five European countries including Britain, Germany and France said they are increasing surveillance of Islamist militants.
Pro-Palestinian supporters gather in a show of solidarity at the National Monument in Jakarta on Nov. 5.
COMMENTARY / World
Nov 22, 2023
Asia’s Muslims grow weary of the West’s double standards
Indonesia and Malaysia have long taken a strong pro-Palestinian stance and neither has diplomatic ties with Israel.
Relatives, friends and supporters of Israeli hostages held in Gaza since the Oct. 7 attack by Hamas militants in southern Israel hold placards and images of those taken, during a protest for their release in Tel Aviv on Wednesday.
WORLD / Society
Nov 24, 2023
'You are in a safe place': Israel prepares to embrace hostages
Experts have warned that many hostages held by Palestinian militants could face a long road to recovery.
A rescuer carries a child as he walks amid the rubble of a school hit during an Israeli strike before the start of a four-day truce in the battles between Israel and Hamas militants, on Friday.
WORLD / Politics
Nov 24, 2023
Gaza truce appears to hold as Israel and Hamas start cease-fire
There were no major reports of bombings, artillery strikes or rocket attacks as Israel and Hamas started a four-day cease-fire in Gaza on Friday.
An Israeli volunteer helps farmers from Kibbutz Beeri, Israel — near the border with Gaza — to pick avocados from their land on Nov. 15.
ASIA PACIFIC / Social Issues
Nov 24, 2023
Thousands of Sri Lankan workers to depart for Israel despite war
The Sri Lankan workers will join some 9,000 compatriots already in Israel, working in farming and care for the elderly.
A worker cleans a table in an empty McDonald's restaurant in Cairo on Monday.
BUSINESS / Companies
Nov 23, 2023
Boycott campaigns over Gaza hit Western brands
Companies are feeling the impact in Egypt and Jordan, and there are signs the campaign is spreading in some other Arab countries.
Images of Israeli hostages held in Gaza since the Oct. 7 attack by Hamas militants in southern Israel, in Tel Aviv on Wednesday
WORLD / Politics
Nov 23, 2023
No Gaza hostage release pause in fighting before Friday, Israel says
The starting time of the truce and release of hostages captured by Hamas during its Oct. 7 attack on Israel is yet to be officially announced.
Internally displaced Palestinians keep warm by a fire at a school where they are sheltering in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on Tuesday.
WORLD
Nov 23, 2023
Displaced Palestinians search for warm clothes as cold draws in
When fleeing their homes in the northern Gaza Strip under Israeli bombardment in early October, some were wearing just shorts and T-shirts.
A picture taken during an organized tour by Yemen's Houthi rebels on Wednesday shows the Galaxy Leader cargo ship, seized two days earlier, at a port on the Red Sea in Yemen's province of Hodeida.
WORLD
Nov 23, 2023
The Houthis warn they may seize more Red Sea ships
On Monday, rebels released a video claiming to show Sunday's seizure.
Hamas fighters take part in a military parade in Gaza in July to mark the anniversary of the 2014 war with Israel.
COMMENTARY / World
Nov 21, 2023
Israel's historical role in the rise of Hamas
The complicated relationship between Israel and Hamas with the the "Frankenstein" Jewish state help create
An Israeli soldier patrols near the border fence that separates the Gaza Strip and the Jewish state on Friday.
COMMENTARY / World
Nov 22, 2023
There is only one way forward in Gaza
War in Gaza has galvanized calls for a long-term resolution, which must involve Israel and a Palestinian state existing side by side.

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