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India’s lithium ion battery storage industry — which can store electricity generated by wind turbines or solar panels for when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing — makes up … more
Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah group says its fighters have fired dozens of rockets into northern Israel targeting a kibbutz for the first time in nine months. Saturday's barrage was in retaliation … more
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Ukraine is on its way to being able to “stand on its own feet” militarily and more than 20 other countries have pledged to maintain their own military and … more
PARIS (AP) — Most of the athletes representing the Palestinian territories at the Paris Olympics were born elsewhere — Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Germany, Chile and the United States — yet they care … more
Palestinians health official say least 13 people were killed in three Israeli airstrikes in central Gaza. Palestinian ambulance teams said the three strikes hit Nuseirat Refugee Camp and Bureij … more
TROON, Scotland (AP) — Here's a look at the British Open going into the weekend at Royal Troon. Golf's oldest championship returns to this century-old links of Royal Troon for the 10th time. This … more
Chinese authorities say 11 people have died in the partial collapse of a highway bridge in the northwest following heavy storms and flooding. The official Xinhua News Agency said five vehicles that … more
A judge in Milan has ordered an Italian journalist to pay 5,000 euros or nearly $5,500 in damages to Premier Giorgia Meloni for making fun of her height in social media posts. The judge ruled on … more
The top United Nations court is set to deliver a nonbinding advisory opinion on the legality of Israel’s 57-year occupation of lands sought for a Palestinian state, a ruling that could have more … more
First came the Israeli military bulldozers. They tore down a quarter of the homes in the West Bank Bedouin village of Umm al-Khair. Then came the settler attacks. In the aftermath, dozens of people … more
Internet and mobile services were cut off in Bangladesh on Friday following days of violent protests over the allocation of government jobs, with local media reports saying at least 28 people had … more
July 12-18, 2024 Just five days after an assassination attempt, a bandaged Donald Trump accepted the Republican party’s presidential nomination in Milwaukee. Kate, the Princess of Wales, … more
For three decades, European leaders have come and gone, but Alexander Lukashenko remains in absolute control of Belarus. On Saturday, he marks 30 years in power — one of the world’s … more
A passenger train has derailed in northern India, killing at least two passengers and injuring 20 others. A railroad official says the cause of the accident is being investigated. The train was on … more
Police clashed Thursday with student protesters attempting to impose a “complete shutdown” in Bangladesh’s capital, following days of violent confrontations during demonstrations over a system … more
Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in Gaza are struggling to maintain their mental health, with few resources and no safe places to recover after nine months of war. Mental health experts say … more
South Korea’s president has appointed a prominent North Korean defector as a vice minister, the highest-level government job for any of the thousands of North Koreans who have resettled in South … more
Several tons of fish have died along one of the main rivers in Brazil's Sao Paulo state after an alleged illegal dumping of industrial waste from a sugar and ethanol plant. Prosecutors say a … more
Relatives of passengers and crew killed when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine have gathered to mark the 10th anniversary of the tragedy that claimed 298 lives, over half of whom … more
Greece’s Culture Ministry has ordered the closure of the Acropolis — the country’s biggest cultural attraction — for several hours in the middle of the day, while authorities warn of extreme … more
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