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Each accuses the other of violating a humanitarian ceasefire agreed on Saturday.
One law, 10 years on, and 23 million Americans whose healthcare access could soon change.
Who next occupies the White House could be decisive in the battle to limit global warming.
BBC Newsnight looks into the origins of the fire that destroyed Europe's largest refugee camp.
Chief negotiator Saeb Erekat, 65, is transferred from his West Bank home to a hospital in Tel Aviv.
Abu Dhabi's minister of tolerance has denied allegations he sexually assaulted a festival organiser.
The re-run of the controversial presidential election in 2019 has been tensely awaited.
Facing strong criticism, the royals cut short a trip to Greece they began during a partial lockdown.
The activist is reunited with his family after spending 29 months in jail for spreading "fake news".
The UK will continue to engage but only if the EU changes its position in key areas, says Michael Gove.
The governor had joined the anti-police brutality protesters when a group of people opened fire.
A divisive new constitution allows Alpha Condé to stand again, amid political and ethnic tensions.
The huge landslide buried 22 soldiers as the country battles its worst floods for years.
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