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Tens of thousands of French workers strike over pension reforms

Tens of thousands of workers across France have gone on strike in protest against the government’s plan to raise the retirement age to 64. Rubbish...

Former US president Jimmy Carter getting home hospice care

Former US president Jimmy Carter has entered home hospice care, the Carter Centre has said. The charity created by the 98-year-old former president said on...

Trudeau orders warplane to shoot down unknown object flying over Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he ordered a US warplane to shoot down an unidentified object that was flying high over northern Canada, acting...

Objects shot down over US and Canada were balloons, says politician

The United States believes the unidentified objects shot down by American fighter jets over Canada and Alaska were balloons, though smaller than the China...

US sanctions six Chinese entities over balloon programme

The United States government has sanctioned six Chinese entities it said were linked to Beijing’s aerospace programmes as part of its retaliation over an...

Trump ‘more committed than ever’ as he begins 2024 White House run

Former US president Donald Trump has kicked off his 2024 White House bid with a stop in New Hampshire before heading to South Carolina. His...

Elections shine spotlight on Tunisia’s troubled democracy

Tunisia’s president and the country’s shaky, decade-long experiment with democracy are facing an important test as voters cast ballots in the second round of...

Israel’s Netanyahu fires Cabinet ally following court ruling

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fired a key Cabinet ally, heeding a Supreme Court ruling ordering him to do so and deepening a...

Nurses threaten to double down as NHS strikes reportedly cause UK Cabinet rift

The UK health secretary has reportedly told unions he wants to persuade the Treasury to offer higher pay rises to NHS workers, while nurses...

Netanyahu moving ahead on legal system overhaul despite outcry

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said his government plans to move ahead with an overhaul of the country’s judicial system, despite fierce criticism...

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