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A world-first clinical trial has found a common drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis can suppress the progression of type 1 diabetes in recently diagnosed patients.
Juanita Castro, the younger sister of Cuban rulers Fidel and Raul Castro, who was a CIA informer and outspoken critic against their communist government, has died in Miami aged 90.
A British-built 'flying thermometer' has taken images of the sun-baked venue of the Dubai climate summit to highlight how rising global temperatures will challenge urban areas.
France has ordered a third round of bird flu vaccines for at-risk ducks.
Disgraced former Spanish football chief Luis Rubiales seemed to "forcefully" kiss England defender Lucy Bronze on her face and stroke teammate Laura Coombs's face after the Women's World Cup final, the FA chair has said.
In Nir Oz, a kibbutz on the Gaza border, they are still sifting through the ashes to find body parts of people killed in the Hamas attack on 7 October.
Four members of BTS are set to start their mandatory South Korean military duties imminently.
After the 7 October attacks, Israel vowed to eliminate Hamas. Two months later, what progress has the military made?
China has accused Britain of violating international law after the UK announced new sanctions targeting "individuals and groups supporting and funding Putin's war machine".
Benjamin Netanyahu has accused human rights groups of turning a blind eye to rapes that Israel says were committed by Hamas during the 7 October massacre.
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