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Displaced Palestinians are on the move again, this time from Rafah, where the Israeli military advances a ground offensive. As fighting is reported across Gaza, aid agencies warn that not enough aid is reaching people.
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Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei performed prayers in Tehran on Wednesday ahead of the funeral of President Ebrahim Raisi and his companions, who died in a helicopter crash near the Azerbaijan border at the weekend.
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Many people are sharing images on social media, claiming to show the moments before, during or after President Ebrahim Raisi's fatal helicopter crash. Some even claim that the late Iranian president is still alive. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
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Nine Egyptian men faced trial for negligent homicide following the shipwreck of a fishing trawler in June 2023 that left hundreds of migrants dead. A judge dropped the case, citing lack of jurisdiction.
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Dotun Popoola from Ile Ife, Nigeria crafts metal sculptures of humans and animals, using them to express environmental decay and advocates both for recycling and upcycling.
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Taiwan’s newly sworn-in President – Lai Ching-te – will face a difficult start as he prepares to lead the country with a minority government, Taiwan Research Hub Director Chun-Yi Lee at the University of Nottingham told FRANCE 24.
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Iran has regime just lost a safe pair of hands. Yes, another hardliner’s sure to replace Ebrahim Raisi – known to detractors as the butcher of Tehran for the thousands of dissidents he sent to the gallows as a state prosecutor – but the president’s sudden death in a helicopter crash may still change the equation…
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New Delhi goes to the polls on May 25. In the capital's polarized constituency of northeast Delhi, DW delves into campaigns, promises and what locals are looking for in a leader.
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Dayslong funeral arrangements for Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi have kicked off after he was killed in a helicopter crash. A procession in Tabriz has taken place amid five days of nationa mourning in the country.
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Benny Gantz, a centrist member of Israel's War Cabinet, has threatened to resign unless the government develops a postwar plan for Gaza by June 8.
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Violence in New Caledonia turned deadly once again as clashes between protesters and security forces continue in the French Pacific territory.
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Civilians caught up in the war between Israel and Hamas aren't just facing the danger of being killed or wounded.
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Politicians in Slovakia have unanimously condemned Wednesday's attack on PM Robert Fico. Still, after months of anti-government protests in the capital there was shock but limited compassion from Bratislavans.

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Chadian opposition leader and prime minister, Succes Masra, has tendered his resignation and that of the transitional government following interim President Mahamat Idriss Deby's election victory.
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South Africans go to the polls this month, marking 30 years since the end of apartheid. This year’s elections could shift power as the ruling African National Congress (ANC) battles to maintain its hold.
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A British national who was charged with spying for Hong Kong is found dead in a park in unexplained circumstances.
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One of Europe's largest tech conferences kicks off in Paris this Wednesday. Startups will meet investors, and guest speakers including Elon Musk will discuss the role of artificial intelligence at the VivaTech event.
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Vaping is largely perceived as a safer alternative to smoking. While vaping does not expose users to tar or carbon monoxide, two of the most dangerous elements in tobacco smoke, vaping is far from safe and has its own health risks.