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Israel rescues 4 hostages taken in Hamas' Oct. 7 attack, and 210 Palestinians are reported killed

Israel rescues 4 hostages taken in Hamas' Oct. 7 attack, and 210 Palestinians are reported killed

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel on Saturday carried out its largest hostage rescue operation since the latest war with Hamas began, taking four to safety out of central Gaza in a heavy air and ground assault.
Aid is delivered to Gaza from newly repaired US-built pier, US official says

Aid is delivered to Gaza from newly repaired US-built pier, US official says

WASHINGTON (AP) — Badly needed aid has been delivered to Gaza from a newly repaired American-built pier, a U.S. official said Saturday, following problems that had plagued the effort to bring supplies to Palestinians by sea.
Iga Swiatek wins a third consecutive French Open women's title by overwhelming Jasmine Paolini

Iga Swiatek wins a third consecutive French Open women's title by overwhelming Jasmine Paolini

PARIS (AP) — For a few minutes, anyway, it seemed as if Iga Swiatek was a bit off in the French Open final against Jasmine Paolini. Swiatek kept making mistakes early Saturday, got broken in the third game and trailed at Court Philippe Chatrier.
Yemen's Houthi rebels detain 11 UN staffers as well as aid workers in sudden crackdown

Yemen's Houthi rebels detain 11 UN staffers as well as aid workers in sudden crackdown

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Eleven Yemeni employees of United Nations agencies have been detained by Yemen's Houthi rebels under unclear circumstances, authorities said Friday, as the rebels face increasing financial pressure and airstrikes fr
The Danish prime minister is assaulted by a man on a Copenhagen square, reports say

The Danish prime minister is assaulted by a man on a Copenhagen square, reports say

BERLIN (AP) — Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen was assaulted by a man on a square in the capital of Copenhagen, the state news agency Ritzau reported Friday.
Former astronaut William Anders, who took iconic Earthrise photo, has died in Washington plane crash

Former astronaut William Anders, who took iconic Earthrise photo, has died in Washington plane crash

SEATTLE (AP) — Retired Maj. Gen.
Lawyer for Jontay Porter says now-banned NBA player was 'in over his head' with a gambling addiction

Lawyer for Jontay Porter says now-banned NBA player was 'in over his head' with a gambling addiction

Jontay Porter, the former Toronto Raptors forward who was given a lifetime ban by the NBA because of a sports betting scandal , was “in over his head” with a gambling addiction, his lawyer said Friday.
Documents reveal horror of Maine's deadliest mass shooting

Documents reveal horror of Maine's deadliest mass shooting

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Thousands of pages of Maine Department of Public Safety documents released Friday include detailed descriptions of the chaos and carnage surrounding the state’s deadliest mass shooting.
Hunter Biden's daughter Naomi testifies about her father in his federal gun trial, ending 1st week

Hunter Biden's daughter Naomi testifies about her father in his federal gun trial, ending 1st week

WILMINGTON, Del.
UN will describe Israel and Hamas as violating children's rights in armed conflict

UN will describe Israel and Hamas as violating children's rights in armed conflict

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — In an upcoming report to the U.N. Security Council, the secretary-general of the world body plans to list both Israel and Hamas as waging a war that violates the rights and protection of children.