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A Washington Post investigation reveals the EU is financing efforts by Tunisia to intercept migrants and leave them stranded in the desert.

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EU funding tied to efforts to drop migrants in African desert: Report

Ukraine is asking for more weapons from the U.S. and an end to weapons restrictions from the United States and its allies. However, it doesn't appear the U.S. is changing its policy for now.

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Zelenskyy asks US, NATO to help hit targets in Russia, stop missiles

Port-au-Prince airport reopens after three-month closure due to escalating gang violence in Haiti, with ongoing efforts for stabilization.

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Haiti reopens airport after months of gang violence. Where are the gangs now?

President Biden criticized the ICC's request for arrest warrants for Israeli leaders, rejecting claims of genocide by Israel.

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Biden rejects International Criminal Court’s claims of Israel committing genocide

Funeral services for Iran's president following the deadly helicopter crash are underway. The prosecution rests its case in Trump's trial.


Iran begins funeral services for president killed in helicopter crash

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) released a disturbing video Sunday, May 19, showing 8-year-old Ela Elyakim and her 15-year-old sister, Dafna, being coerced by Hamas terrorists into recording a message. The girls were held captive for 51 days before their release on November 26 during a temporary truce.

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IDF releases Hamas video of Israeli child hostages forced to film propaganda

The sudden death of Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi brings uncertainty and raises questions about Iran's role in the Israel-Hamas war.

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Questions swirl over Iran’s future after President Raisi’s sudden death

An 80-year-old water treaty has Texas lawmakers demanding Mexico fulfill its water obligations, urging Congress to withhold funds to Mexico.

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Water war heats up as US officials seek to block funds to Mexico over treaty fight

Iranian state media confirmed this morning that Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi was killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday, May 19.

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Iranian president killed in helicopter crash

Ukraine launched a massive two-day counter-attack targeting Russian-annexed Crimea and strategic sites on Russian soil.


Ukraine launches major drone counter-attack on Russian sites

A group of billionaires privately pressed NYC Mayor Eric Adams to break up campus protests at Columbia University.

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Billionaires discuss how to shut down Columbia protests in group chat: Report

French police shot and killed a man who attacked officers after allegedly setting a synagogue on fire in Rouen.

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French police shoot and kill suspect in synagogue fire

The first shipment of humanitarian aid for civilians in Gaza to use the United States’ newly built pier made its way into the territory.


Humanitarian aid begins entering Gaza via US-built pier

Russian forces push deepest into Ukraine since December 2022, displacing over 8,000 and prompting a $2 billion pledge in U.S. military aid.


Russia advances in Kharkiv; Zelenskyy cancels trips to focus on defense

Protesters against the Israel's war in Gaza reportedly targeted the homes of University of Michigan regents with graphic displays.

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University of Michigan regents cry foul after protesters target homes

The U.S. military has anchored a temporary floating pier in Gaza to facilitate the entry of humanitarian aid.


US-built pier for humanitarian aid anchored in Gaza

Slovakia’s prime minister is in serious but stable condition following an assassination attempt that was recorded on camera. Police subdued a 71-year-old suspect immediately after he shot Prime Minister Robert Fico five times Thursday, May 16, in what officials describe as a “politically motivated” attack.


Slovakia’s prime minister in serious condition after assassination attempt

Russian President Vladimir Putin travels to China as he looks to strengthen ties between the two countries.


Putin meets with Xi in China as leaders look to strengthen ties

China's BYD is launching an affordable hybrid truck in Mexico as the U.S. mulls penalties on Chinese cars manufactured south of the border.


China’s BYD launches hybrid truck in Mexico, US may target these vehicles

The U.S. will send $1 billion in weapons to Israel. There are new details on a crash in Florida that killed eight migrant farmworkers.

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Biden administration plans $1 billion weapons deal with Israel

The Biden administration is forcing a Chinese-backed cryptocurrency mining company to sell its land near a nuclear missile site in Wyoming. The White House cited national security concerns as its reasoning following an investigation.

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US to force Chinese company near nuke arsenal in Wyoming to sell its land

Germany's newest military innovation could significantly impact Ukraine’s artillery capabilities. The country has created a prototype artillery shell with an impressive firing range of up to 62 miles, a substantial leap from the current 155 mm rounds that reach only 20 miles.


German prototype shell to extend Ukraine’s artillery range against Russia

Officials are raising concerns over the increase in fentanyl; a study provided more evidence that fentanyl is rising at astronomical rates.

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115 million fentanyl pills seized in 2023, agent says ‘cartel controls border’

During heavy rain and thunderstorms in Mumbai, India, a large billboard collapsed, resulting in 14 fatalities and at least 74 injuries.


Large billboard collapses, killing at least 14 people in Mumbai