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.

    Starlink to donate 1000 terminals to Brazil’s emergency responders

    Amid unforeseen flooding in South Brazil, Musk said in a message in X that Starlink donates 1000 terminals to emergency responders and makes usage for all terminals in the region free until the region has recovered.

    Death toll from southern Brazil rainfall rises to 75, many still missing

    The death toll from heavy rains that have caused flooding in Brazil's southern state of Rio Grande do Sul has risen to at least 75, local authorities said on Sunday, with tens of thousands of people displaced.

    WHO chief urges countries to do as he says

    The head of the World Health Organization on Friday urged countries to agree to an accord to help fight future pandemics as negotiations approach a deadline this month.

    Pro-Palestinian protesters camp across Australian universities

    Hundreds of people protesting Israel's war in Gaza rallied at one of Australia's top universities on Friday demanding it divest from companies with ties to Israel, in a movement inspired by the student occupations sweeping U.S. campuses.

    Pro-Palestinian encampments across major Canadian universities

    Quebec Premier Francois Legault said on Thursday the encampment at Montreal's McGill University should be dismantled as more students erected pro-Palestinian camps across Canada's largest universities, demanding they divest from groups with ties to Israel.

    Colombia to break diplomatic relations with Israel, President says

    Colombian President Gustavo Petro said on Wednesday he will break diplomatic relations with Israel over its actions in Gaza.

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