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Gaza: Israeli air raid kills disabled man, pregnant wife, child

aljazeera– An Israeli air raid on a Gaza family home has killed a Palestinian man with disabilities, his pregnant wife and their three-year-old daughter, according to relatives and authorities. Eyad Salha, 33, his wife of the same age Amani, and their daughter Nagham were getting ready to eat lunch on Wednesday when a missile tore […]
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China On US Vaccine Commitment, US, EU Talks

republicworld– China said on Tuesday it welcomed the U.S. commitment to share an additional 20 million coronavirus vaccines with the vaccine sharing program run by the World Health Organization, but decried its attempts to discredit Beijing’s efforts to help. “It is disgraceful that the U.S. side kept making an issue of China when it comes […]
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Ethiopia aims to plant 20 billion trees by 2022

africanews– Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is leading a campaign to plant 6 billion trees across the country this year. It forms part of his ‘’Green Legacy’’ project to promote eco-tourism and combat the effects of climate change. The initiative highlights his focus on the environment ahead of the elections. At the launch in a […]
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Turkey adds crypto firms to terror funding regulations

aljazeera– Turkey has added cryptocurrency trading platforms to the list of firms covered by anti-money laundering and terrorism financing regulation, according to a presidential decree. The Official Gazette said on Saturday the country’s latest expansion of rules governing cryptocurrency transactions would take immediate effect and cover “crypto asset service
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UN: 40 Civilian Casualties In Central Yemen In March Alone

republicworld– The ongoing battle between Yemen’s Houthi rebels and government forces in the central province of Marib has caused 40 civilian casualties in March alone, the U.N. refugee agency said Friday. At least 70 incidents of armed violence including shelling, crossfire, and air strikes have caused injuries and deaths among civilians during the first