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Railroads say they’re making safety changes to reduce derailments after Ohio crash

Railroads say they’re making safety changes to reduce derailments after Ohio crash

The small town near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border is still struggling to recover a year later
Hamas deploys police, distributes funds in sign of resurgence in Gaza

Hamas deploys police, distributes funds in sign of resurgence in Gaza

The return of police marks an attempt to reinstate order in the devastated city after Israel withdrew
French farmers aim to put Paris ‘under siege’ in tractor protest

French farmers aim to put Paris ‘under siege’ in tractor protest

Farmers pushing for better pay and protection against cheap imported alternatives
What is UNRWA, the aid provider in Gaza that Israel accuses of militant links?

What is UNRWA, the aid provider in Gaza that Israel accuses of militant links?

UN aid agency is relied upon by 2 million Palestinians – about 87% of the population in Gaza
Airstrike kills 3 Palestinians as Israel presses offensive under new scrutiny

Airstrike kills 3 Palestinians as Israel presses offensive under new scrutiny

It’s military will be under increasing scrutiny as top UN court asked Israel for a compliance report
Crew extinguish fire on tanker hit by Houthi missile off Yemen

Crew extinguish fire on tanker hit by Houthi missile off Yemen

U.S. forces conducted a strike against a Houthi anti-ship missile that was aimed at the Red Sea
Nazi death camp survivors mark 79th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

Nazi death camp survivors mark 79th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

Nearly 6 million European Jews were killed by the Nazis during the Holocaust
Palestinian death toll in Gaza surpasses 25,000 as the war divides Israelis

Palestinian death toll in Gaza surpasses 25,000 as the war divides Israelis

Brutally cold weather reaches deep into lower U.S., causing dozens of deaths

Brutally cold weather reaches deep into lower U.S., causing dozens of deaths

Temperatures dropping below zero as far south as Texas and Florida
Ohio poised to become 2nd state to restrict gender-affirming care for adults

Ohio poised to become 2nd state to restrict gender-affirming care for adults

The policies focused on care for adults come in draft administrative rules released this month