Israel’s war on Gaza: List of key events, day 144 | Israel War on Gaza News

As the war rages in Gaza, US President Joe Biden says he hopes a ceasefire can take effect by early next week. Here’s how things stand on Tuesday, February 27,…

China wine dispute may be resolved in weeks, Australian trade minister says

By Alasdair Pal SYDNEY (Reuters) – A trade dispute with China over tariffs on Australian wine may be resolved “in a few weeks’ time”, Australian Trade Minister Don Farrell said…

New Zealand moves to abolish Maori health authority despite protests | Indigenous Rights News

Centre-right government says health agency set up to improve access for Maori people will be abolished by end of June. New Zealand’s conservative government has introduced a new bill to…

Macron rules nothing out to help Ukraine win, including ground troops

French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday said he is not ruling out the deployment of French ground troops in Ukraine. Macron said nothing is off the table in order to…

Canada unveils law to force tech firms to remove ‘harmful’ content online | Social Media News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says web giants have failed to keep kids safe online. Canada has unveiled draft legislation that would force tech platforms to quickly remove online content deemed…

Why Nigeria’s economy is in such a mess

Nigeria is currently experiencing its worst economic crisis in a generation, leading to widespread hardship and anger. The trade union umbrella group, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has organised nationwide…

Taylor Swift’s father accused of assaulting photographer in Australia | Crime News

Police in the state of New South Wales say they are investigating the alleged incident. Pop icon Taylor Swift’s father has been accused of assaulting a paparazzi photographer in Australia.…

Argentina’s president condemns threat by provincial governor to cut energy supplies in dispute

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — The government of Argentina’s libertarian President Javier Milei on Monday condemned a threat by the governor of the oil-rich province of Chubut to cut off…

Large Roman shipwreck lay hidden in the Red Sea for thousands of years — until now

Researchers recently discovered a large Roman shipwreck settled on the seafloor along the Egyptian coast. It was found using a sonar-equipped autonomous underwater vehicle, according to a study published on…

Democratic Republic of Congo is facing a humanitarian crisis | Humanitarian Crises

Heavy fighting between Congolese army and M23 rebels is fuelling displacement and regional tensions. M23 rebels have closed in on the capital of North Kivu as fighting with government forces…