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Roberto Canessa survived for 72 days in freezing conditions after he and his rugby teammates crashed in the Andes Mountains.
“There is no place to go,” lamented Emad Hajar, who fled with his wife and three children from the northern town of Beit Lahia a month ago.
Hilda Heine said allegations of backdoor fossil fuel deal-making "undermine the integrity" of the international climate talks.
The report indicates that Israeli commanders ignored long-ago warnings of the militants' plot.
Airstrikes hit houses and buildings in the Gaza Strip minutes after a weeklong truce expired.
The Dutch version of "Endgame" names the royals who reportedly voiced "concerns" about what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children would look like.
The world wants more nuclear energy as a means to fight climate change and supply an ever-growing demand for electricity, part of a generational shift in thinking.
The World Meteorological Organization warned of worrying trends that suggest increasing floods, wildfires, glacier melt, and heat waves in the future.
Pope Francis told a meeting of the heads of Vatican offices last week that he was moving against Burke because he was a source of “disunity” in the church.
The extension came minutes before the truce was set to expire.