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Can bright green 'super powders' really make you healthy? – (BBC News)
Products containing probiotics, vitamins and antioxidants are being sold as healthy essentials.

Trump moves closer to Republican nomination with string of victories – (BBC News)
The results give Donald Trump 247 Republican delegates, compared to challenger Nikki Haley's 24.

Norway king returns home after Malaysia hospital admission – (BBC News)
King Harald, 87, was fitted with a pacemaker after falling ill whilst on holiday.

‘If UNRWA goes, so do our dreams of returning home’, Palestinians fear – (Al Jazeera English)
Residents of the occupied West Bank fear total loss of healthcare and education, aid workers warn of escalating tensions

UK-owned ship attacked by Houthis sinks off Yemen coast – (BBC News)
Rubymar's cargo of fertiliser presents a threat to marine life, Yemen officials and green groups say.

Firefighters battling ‘monster’ Texas wildfire contend with strong winds and heat as residents grapple with lost homes – (CNN)
The biggest inferno in Texas history is being fueled by winds and high temperatures as it rages Sunday, threatening to incinerate more buildings, cattle and livelihoods across the Texas Panhandle while residents sift through ashes of what used to be homes.

Shehbaz Sharif set to become Pakistan’s new PM after controversial election – (Al Jazeera English)
Sharif is likely to return to the role he held until August when parliament was dissolved ahead of the vote.

South Korean doctors hold massive anti-government rally over medical school recruitment plan – (Associated Press)
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Thousands of senior doctors rallied in Seoul on Sunday to express their support for junior doctors who have been on strike for nearly two weeks over a government plan to sharply increase the number of medical school admissions.

LeBron James becomes first NBA player to reach 40,000 points – (Al Jazeera English)
The LA Lakers forward termed the milestone ‘bittersweet’ as it came in a loss against Denver Nuggets.

What to watch for as China's major political meeting of the year gets underway – (Associated Press)
BEIJING (AP) — One burning issue dominates as the 2024 session of China's legislature gets underway this week: the economy.

Pakistan's Shehbaz Sharif set to take oath as prime minister for second term – (Reuters)
Pakistani politician Shehbaz Sharif was set on Sunday to become prime minister for the second time in a vote by the country's newly formed parliament, three weeks after uncertain national elections led to the formation of a coalition government.

Organized crime attacks on local candidates raise fears Mexico may face its bloodiest elections ever – (Associated Press)
MEXICO CITY (AP) — As Mexico prepares for the largest elections in its history, organized crime is once again preying on local candidates across swaths of the country where cartels dominate, raising concerns among experts that these could be Mexico’s bloodies…

Israeli air raid on Rafah kills 14 Palestinians, many of them children – (Al Jazeera English)
Six children killed in latest Israeli attack on Rafah, with many more trapped under rubble, rescuer says.

Pro-Palestinian protestors interrupt first lady’s event: ‘This is a genocide’ – (The Hill)
Pro-Palestinian protestors interrupted First Lady Jill Biden’s event in Tucson, Ariz., on Saturday as she was giving a speech on women’s issues.  The essence of the remarks at the Arizona event was supposed to be on abortion rights as Biden was performing her…

Hero to homeless: House of Muslim man behind India tunnel rescue demolished – (Al Jazeera English)
Rat-miner Wakeel Hasan was a national hero in December, after helping rescue 41 workers. Now, he’s on the streets.

Jake Paul earns second-straight first-round victory, calls out Canelo Alvarez: 'I'm the face of this sport' – (Fox News)
In his last two fights combined, Jake Paul has been unable to be in the ring for a combined two rounds - that's because he ended both of them in the first round.

The 'banned' Star Trek episode that promised a united Ireland – (BBC News)
A scene discussing Ireland's "2024 unification" stopped the episode from being shown in the UK.

JR Majewski drops out of Ohio House GOP race – (The Hill)
JR Majewski, a controversial congressional candidate, confirmed that he will be dropping out of the Ohio House Republican race.  Majewski, an Air Force veteran, already mulled ending his bid earlier this week, just days after early voting started in Ohio, but…

Police in Haiti struggle against gangs storming prison in latest surge of violence – (Associated Press)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Police in Haiti urgently appealed for help Saturday night as they struggled to hold back gangs trying to storm the country's main prison in a major escalation of violence sweeping the troubled Caribbean nation.

Raye: Singer-songwriter makes history winning six Brit Awards – (BBC News)
The singer-songwriter wins more Brits at a single ceremony than any other artist ever has.


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