Poland election earthquake: What happens next?

The ruling party is on course to lose its majority – and an opposition coalition has the numbers to replace it.source

Gaza at breaking point as Israel evacuates north

Ramallah, occupied West Bank – Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip are facing a “real catastrophe”, United Nations officials warn, as Israel’s heaviest bombardment of the…

Mia Shem: Israeli-French mother pleads for hostage daughter's release

Hamas’ armed wing, the al-Qassam Brigades. have released a video of a 21-year-old Israeli-French woman, Mia Shem, who was abducted from a party in Israel. She said was one of…

Russia’s Putin, Hungary’s Orban reaffirm bond ahead of Beijing summit

The two leaders discussed strengthening energy ties despite geopolitical strains due to the Ukraine war. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban have underscored their countries’ strong…

Nigeria burns $1.4m-worth of pangolin scales in anti-trafficking stand

Officials say they seized and destroyed the scales in a stand against illegal wildlife trafficking.source

Mapping the Israel-Palestine war, major events on the ground

As the conflict between Israel and Palestine enters its 11th day, these are the most recent developments on the ground. Mapping the past 24 hours’ major events The map below…

No medicines, water, food scarcity: All to know about Gaza after Israel war

Gaza’s residents are grappling with shortages of food and water while hospitals are overwhelmed amid Israeli bombing. The Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip has turned a large part of…

Grief in Zimbabwe over missing miners as government halts rescue mission

Chegutu, Zimbabwe –  For 12 days, Jane Mucheni and dozens of other women slept on the floor under a blue tent just outside Bay Horse Mine, a disused gold mine…

Unpacking Indian Supreme Court’s verdict on same-sex marriage

India’s top court has declined to grant legal recognition to same-sex marriages, drawing criticism from LGBTQ rights activists, who dubbed the verdict “regressive”. “The court has failed its duty to…

Brussels shooting: Moment gunman opens fire in street

A gunman in Brussels has shot dead two Swedish nationals, injuring a third person. Prosecutors are treating the incident as terrorism, and on Tuesday they reported that police shot a…