Israel orders evacuations as it widens offensive but Palestinians are running out of places to go
Israel's military renewed calls Monday for mass evacuations from the southern town of Khan Younis, where tens of thousands of displaced Palestinians have sought refuge in recent weeks, as it widened its ground offensive and bombarded targets across the Gaza Strip.
OxyContin maker's bankruptcy deal goes before the Supreme Court, with billions of dollars at stakeThe Supreme Court on Monday is hearing arguments over a nationwide settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma that would shield members of the Sackler family who own the company from lawsuits over the toll of opioids.
Divers have found wreckage, 5 remains from Osprey aircraft that crashed off Japan, U.S. Air Force saysU.S. and Japanese divers have discovered wreckage and remains of five crew members from a U.S. Air Force Osprey aircraft that crashed last week off southwestern Japan, the Air Force announced Monday.
Global warming could cost poor countries trillions. They've urged the COP28 climate summit to helpA prominent developing-world leader on the issue of climate change said Monday that global taxes on the financial services, oil and gas, and shipping industries could drum up hundreds of billions of dollars for poorer countries to adapt and cope with global warming.
Rescuer raises hope of survivors at a Zambian mine where more than 30 have been buried for daysA member of a rescue team raised hope Monday that there may be survivors at a Zambian mine where more than 30 informal miners have been trapped under debris for days and presumed dead after heavy rain caused landslides.
Biden's allies in Senate demand that Israel limit civilian deaths in Gaza as Congress debates U.S. aidAs a cease-fire ticked down last week and Israel prepared to resume its round-the-clock airstrikes, Sen. Bernie Sanders and a robust group of Democratic senators had a message for their president: They were done "asking nicely" for Israel to do more to reduce civilian casualties in Gaza.
China says a U.S. Navy ship 'illegally intruded' into waters in the South China SeaThe Chinese military said that an American naval ship had "illegally intruded" on Monday into waters near the Second Thomas Shoal, the site of a hot territorial dispute between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea.
U.S. is running out of money for Ukraine and that could hinder fight against Russia, White House warnsThe Biden administration on Monday sent Congress an urgent warning about the need to approve tens of billions of dollars in military and economic assistance to Ukraine, saying Kyiv's war effort to defend itself from Russia's invasion may grind to a halt without it.
Ukrainian diplomats negotiate both climate change and Russia's war on their nation at COP28 in DubaiWhile Ukrainian diplomats take part in negotiations at the United Nations COP28 climate talks, Russia's war on the country lurks just in the background -- even as the United Arab Emirates has seen its business ties to Moscow surge despite Western sanctions.
Gore blasts COP28 climate chief and oil companies' emissions pledges at U.N. summitDon't trust the oil and gas industry to report their actual carbon pollution, said former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, who added that the man running United Nations climate talks runs one of the "dirtiest" oil companies out there.
Pilots flying tourists over national parks face new rules. None are stricter than at Mount RushmoreFewer planes and helicopters will be flying tourists over Mount Rushmore and other national monuments and parks as new regulations take effect that are intended to protect the serenity of some of the most beloved natural areas in the United States.
Guinea-Bissau's president dissolves the nation's parliament after last week's failed coupGuinea-Bissau President Umaro Sissoco Embalo has dissolved the West African nation's parliament, according to a presidential decree issued on Monday that cited last week's shootout which the government said was a failed coup.
Kyiv says Russian forces shot surrendering Ukrainian soldiers. If confirmed, it would be a war crimeUkrainian officials on Sunday accused Russian forces of killing surrendering Ukrainian soldiers, a war crime if confirmed, after grainy footage on social media appeared to show two uniformed men being shot at close range after emerging from a dugout.
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