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The court's order has deepened a disconnect with the U.S. over Israel's military operation in Gaza that faces mounting international condemnation.
Thousands gathered in Tel Aviv to protest the Israeli government and call for the release of hostages still being held by Hamas and for a cease-fire in Gaza.
The International Organization for Migration has increased its estimate of the death toll from a massive landslide in Papua New Guinea to more than 670.
Footage from the scene shows heavy destruction and burned corpses in the so-called "safe zone" as many others remain trapped in flaming debris.
Humanitarian groups are scrambling to get food to Palestinians as some 900,000 people flee Rafah, scattering across central and southern Gaza.
A family member says a U.S. missionary couple and a Haitian man who worked with them were shot and killed by gang members in Haiti’s capital.
And it has nothing to do with the health of the royals.
While Israel is unlikely to comply with any such order, it will ratchet up the pressure on?the increasingly isolated country.
At least nine people are dead and 63 more injured after the collapse of a stage during a campaign rally in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon.
The Princess of Wales revealed on March 22 that she had been diagnosed with an unspecified kind of cancer.