Gaza ceasefire uncertain, Israel vows to continue Rafah operation

Gaza ceasefire uncertain, Israel vows to continue Rafah operation

By Mohammed Salem, Nidal al-Mughrabi and Ari Rabinovitch RAFAH, Gaza Strip/CAIRO/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Palestinian militant group Hamas on Monday agreed to a Gaza ceasefire proposal from mediators, but Israel said the terms did not meet its demands and pressed ahead...
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Factbox-What’s in the three-phase ceasefire deal Hamas backs, but Israel does not?

Factbox-What’s in the three-phase ceasefire deal Hamas backs, but Israel does not?

(Reuters) -Palestinian Islamist group Hamas said on Monday it had agreed to a three-phased deal for a ceasefire and hostages-for-prisoners swap, although an Israeli official said the deal was not acceptable to Israel because terms had been “softened&#822...
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Brazil’s ex-President Bolsonaro to undergo health treatments in Sao Paulo

Brazil’s ex-President Bolsonaro to undergo health treatments in Sao Paulo

BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s former far-right President Jair Bolsonaro is traveling to Sao Paulo on Monday for treatment of an intestinal obstruction and a bout of erysipelas, a bacterial skin infection, his lawyer Fabio Wajngarten said on social ...
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China’s Xi backs Macron call for global Olympic truce

China’s Xi backs Macron call for global Olympic truce

By John Irish and Elizabeth Pineau PARIS (Reuters) -China’s President Xi Jingping on Monday called for a global truce during the Olympic Games in Paris this summer after the French president and the head of the European Commission urged him...
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Biden pushed Netanyahu not to attack Rafah, US reviewing ceasefire proposal

Biden pushed Netanyahu not to attack Rafah, US reviewing ceasefire proposal

By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House said on Monday it was reviewing a response by Hamas to a ceasefire and hostage release deal, and continued to press Israel not to launch a large-scale military offensive in the...
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With bright tents and sombre mood, protesting UK students show solidarity with US peers

With bright tents and sombre mood, protesting UK students show solidarity with US peers

By Hollie Adams OXFORD (Reuters) – British students set up pro-Palestinian protest encampments on Oxford and Cambridge universities’ historic campuses on a cloudy spring Monday, in a show of solidarity with their American peers. By early morning, s...
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