1. Horrifying Dubai yacht accident leaves woman, 20, fighting for her life with 'lacerations to her liver'

    By Sarah Slater & Sarah Slater A young woman from Carlow, Ireland has been seriously injured in Dubai after a two-story fall from a yacht. Tasha Keane, who is in her early 20s, was immediately taken to a hospital in Dubai following the accident on Sunday. She suffered a "severe hea
  2. Brazil grapples with ongoing flooding as river levels surge, with 149 confirmed fatalities

    Brazil continues to grapple with relentless rains and devastating floods, particularly in the Rio Grande do Sul region, where rising river levels signal further destruction. With 149 confirmed fatalities and 124 people still missing, civil defense officials are working tirelessly
  3. Malawi: Urgent Action Critical As Malawi Faces Severe Drought

    By WFP [WFP]Blantyre -- Around nine million people in Malawi are reeling from the devastating impacts of El Niño-induced floods and drought, which are destroying harvests and causing hunger to soar to crisis levels. Visiting the drought-stricken areas of Malawi, Ms. Reena Ghelani,
  4. Cameron in Ukraine to negotiate 100-year partnership between Great Britain and Ukraine

    British Foreign Secretary David Cameron began negotiations on a 100-year partnership between Britain and Ukraine during his visit to Kyiv, the British Embassy in Ukraine reported on Facebook. This new agreement will solidify strong ties between Britain and Ukraine across the spect
  5. 2,000 children killed in Gaza, aid group says, as tempers flare at UN amid ceasefire calls

    By Helen Regan, Tara John, Kareem El Damanhoury and Jomana Karadsheh, CNN Tempers flared at the United Nations on Tuesday amid ceasefire calls, as aid groups and doctors in Gaza warn that power shortages threaten the lives of vulnerable infants and patients. Aid agencies have been
  6. Hamas and Israeli troops clash in Gaza as airstrikes intensify

    By Nectar Gan, Tamar Michaelis, Radina Gigova, Abeer Salman and Hafsa Khalil, CNN Hamas fighters and Israeli forces engaged in limited clashes inside Gaza on Sunday as the Israeli military ramped up airstrikes on the Palestinian enclave ahead of what its spokesperson described as
  7. Palestinian aid worker describes ‘really dire’ conditions for those who have stayed in northern Gaza

    By Chris Lau, Erin Burnett and Jomana Karadsheh, CNN Lit by the ghostly glow of a rapidly depleting mobile phone light, Mahmoud Shalabi says conditions in northern Gaza have become “really dire” without adequate access to medicine, clean water, electricity or safe passage after ne
  8. First trucks carrying aid enter Gaza but besieged enclave desperately needs more

    By Jessie Yeung, Abeer Salman, Asmaa Khalil and Hafsa Khalil, CNN The first trucks carrying aid entered Gaza on Saturday, but international leaders have warned that much more is needed to combat the “catastrophic” humanitarian situation in the enclave that holds more than 2 millio
  9. American mother and daughter taken hostage by Hamas are released as humanitarian crisis in Gaza deepens

    By Alex Marquardt, Kaitlan Collins, Oren Liebermann, Michael Conte, Sana Noor Haq, Eric Bradner and Eva Rothenberg, CNN Hamas released two American hostages, Judith Tai Raanan and her 17-year-old daughter, Natalie Raanan, on Friday nearly two weeks after launching a deadly attack