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Madagascar set to castrate child rapists, bringing both criticism and support

Madagascar set to castrate child rapists, bringing both criticism and support

Country recorded 600 cases of the rape of a minor in 2023
A fleeing Gaza family is killed along with the medics sent to find them

A fleeing Gaza family is killed along with the medics sent to find them

More than 28,000 Palestinians killed since the start of the war
How Biden, his allies are pushing back against claims about his memory

How Biden, his allies are pushing back against claims about his memory

A special counsel says the 81-year-old president couldn’t remember major milestones in his life
Israeli drone strike in Lebanon kills 2

Israeli drone strike in Lebanon kills 2

The strike came as tensions across the Middle East grow with the Israel-Hamas war
‘We’ve lost both engines,’ pilot says before fatal plane crash on Florida interstate

‘We’ve lost both engines,’ pilot says before fatal plane crash on Florida interstate

The jet, with 5 people aboard, was bound for the airport in Naples
UPDATE: Magnitude 5.7 quake strikes Hawaii nears world’s largest active volcano

UPDATE: Magnitude 5.7 quake strikes Hawaii nears world’s largest active volcano

Earthquake was centered was centered on Mauna Loa’s southern flank at a depth of 37 kilometres
Climate change swallowing the once-mighty Aral Sea

Climate change swallowing the once-mighty Aral Sea

Once one of the world’s largest inland bodies of water, Central Asia lake now 1/4 its previous size
Lunar New Year celebrates arrival of the Year of the Dragon

Lunar New Year celebrates arrival of the Year of the Dragon

Different cultures follow different traditions in different corners of the world
Flamingo Ingo — the oldest animal in the Berlin Zoo — dead at 75

Flamingo Ingo — the oldest animal in the Berlin Zoo — dead at 75

Flamingos typically live for about 30 years in the wild
‘A lot of work’ remains as Gaza ceasefire negotiations continue

‘A lot of work’ remains as Gaza ceasefire negotiations continue

U.S. Secretary of State working to advance talks as conflict enters its 5th month