Hamas said the truce would last another day but Israel did not immediately provide details on ...
Israel and Hamas Agree to Extend Cease-Fire in Gaza
Quick Glance: Israel to Investigate Hamas Report on Kidnapped Baby's Death
- Israeli army to verify Hamas claim of three hostages, including a baby, dying in Israeli airstrikes.
- Hostages' family demanded immediate release and appealed.
- German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier visiting Qatar to discuss hostages.
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Quick Glance: US Military Aircraft Crashes in Sea off Japan, Crew's Condition Unknown
- A US military aircraft with eight people onboard crashed into the sea off the western coast of Japan, with three people found but their condition unknown.
- The coast guard dispatched patrol boats and aircraft to the crash site of the tilt-rotor V-22 Osprey off the island of Yakushima.
- The crash occurred near the island's airport, where another Osprey successfully landed.
- The aircraft disappeared from radar at 2:40 p.m. local time, said Japan Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno.
Girl, 15, killed grandfather in Bukit Batok flat before taking her own life: Coroner's court
Quick Glance: The Loss of Charlie Munger
- Renowned billionaire Charlie Munger has passed away at the age of 99.
- His death was officially announced by Berkshire Hathaway.
- As vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, Munger was a pivotal figure for the company.
- His legacy leaves a lasting impact on the world of investments.
Quick Glance: Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger Passes Away at 100
- He played a pivotal role in ending the Vietnam War and opening up relations with China.
- Kissinger is the only American to have negotiated directly with every Chinese leader from Mao Zedong to Xi Jinping.
Quick Glance: Can a Climate Summit in an Oil State Make a Difference?
- This year's United Nations (UN) climate change meeting is set to occur in Dubai from November 30 to December 12.
- The hosts of the world's most crucial climate conference are the United Arab Emirates (UAE) - ranking among the top ten oil producers globally.
- The intention of the UAE to leverage climate negotiations before COP28 for oil and gas deals has raised concerns.
- Can a summit in one of the world's wealthiest oil states truly result in significant actions against climate change?
Quick Glance: Taylor Swift Triumphs on Spotify in 2023
- Taylor Swift, captivating on stage.
- Over 26 billion streams on Spotify by Swift in 2023.
- First female artist at the top spot since 2015.
- Complex calculation of streaming data and listening habits in the Wrapped campaign.
Nations must enhance cooperation to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate ...
Quick Glance: UN Climate Talks: Impact of Israel-Hamas Conflict
- International cooperation crucial to prevent catastrophic climate change effects
- Funding for climate action at risk due to Gaza conflict
- Efforts to shield climate diplomacy from war influences by major powers
- Dubai to host UN climate talks, home to the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa
Quick Glance: China Warns Australia Over Naval Activities in East, South China Seas
- China urges Australia to notify about naval activities in the South and East China Seas, warning of potential escalation and damage to relations.
- Australian PM Anthony Albanese criticized a Chinese warship for dangerous behavior involving sonar that injured a military diver in Japan's waters.
- Australian vessel Toowoomba conducted joint patrols with the Philippines in the South China Sea for the first time amid tensions with Beijing over a disputed shoal.
- Chinese Communist Party official Liu Jianchao questioned the presence of the Australian navy in disputed waters and called for better communication to prevent misunderstandings.
North Korea said Tuesday that its new spy satellite, launched last week ...
Quick Glance: North Korea Admits Opposition Votes in Elections
- The internationally isolated North Korea has for the first time in over 50 years allowed votes for the opposition in regional elections.
- Voter turnout in North Korea is typically over 99 percent.
- A diplomat from the South Korean Ministry of Unification confirmed the first official acknowledgment of opposition votes since the 1960s.
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