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    Jury finds Donald Trump guilty on all 34 counts at hush money trial

    Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to be convicted of a crime on Thursday when a New York jury found him guilty of falsifying documents to cover up a payment to silence a porn star ahead of the 2016 election.

    Hamas ready to reach ‘full agreement’ with Israel

    Palestinian Islamic militant group Hamas operating in Gaza has released a statement on its Telegram channel stating that they "are ready to reach a full agreement that includes a comprehensive exchange deal."

    North Korea sends balloons carrying excrement to the south

    North Korea sent hundreds of balloons carrying trash and excrement across the heavily fortified border to South Korea on Wednesday, calling them "gifts of sincerity".

    Colombia urges UN to send peacekeeping forces to Gaza

    Colombian President Gustavo Petro has called upon the United Nations to deploy peacekeeping forces to Gaza, emphasising that it is the only viable solution for the region.

    Crack addict Hunter Biden on criminal trial for illegal firearms

    If convicted on all charges, Hunter Biden faces a maximum punishment of 25 years in prison, according to the Department of Justice.

    Sudan’s army rejects US call to return to peace talks

    Sudan's army on Wednesday rejected a call to return to peace talks with the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces following a conversation between General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and U.S. Secretary of State Blinken.

    F-35 fighter jet crashed

    A pilot was seriously injured when an F-35 fighter jet crashed Tuesday afternoon near New Mexico's Albuquerque International Sunport, authorities said.

    U.S. storms kill at least 21 across 4 states, more to come

    Tornado-spawning thunderstorms that swept the Southern Plains and the Ozark Mountains have killed at least 21 people across four U.S. states.
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    Putin warns West not to let Ukraine use its missiles to hit Russia

    Russian President Vladimir Putin warned the West on Tuesday that NATO members in Europe were playing with fire by proposing to let Ukraine use Western weapons to strike inside Russia, which he said could trigger a global conflict.

    United States

    Jury finds Donald Trump guilty on all 34 counts at hush money trial

    Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to be convicted of a crime on Thursday when a New York jury found him guilty of falsifying documents to cover up a payment to silence a porn star ahead of the 2016 election.

    Middle East

    Hamas ready to reach ‘full agreement’ with Israel

    Palestinian Islamic militant group Hamas operating in Gaza has released a statement on its Telegram channel stating that they "are ready to reach a full agreement that includes a comprehensive exchange deal."

    Asia

    North Korea sends balloons carrying excrement to the south

    North Korea sent hundreds of balloons carrying trash and excrement across the heavily fortified border to South Korea on Wednesday, calling them "gifts of sincerity".

    Rest of the World

    Colombia urges UN to send peacekeeping forces to Gaza

    Colombian President Gustavo Petro has called upon the United Nations to deploy peacekeeping forces to Gaza, emphasising that it is the only viable solution for the region.

    Sudan’s army rejects US call to return to peace talks

    Sudan's army on Wednesday rejected a call to return to peace talks with the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces following a conversation between General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and U.S. Secretary of State Blinken.

    New Caledonia ‘on fire’

    France sends more police, seeks talks, to quell New Caledonia riots. Despite a curfew, violence continued on Tuesday evening on the island.

    Brazil floods raising persistently again

    Two weeks after the onset of torrential rains, the Guaiba River running by the state capital Porto Alegre is rising again, having passed an all-time high. In the state of Rio Grande do Sul, the streets of dozens of towns have turned into slow-moving rivers.

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