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The US president spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as violence continues.
Tauktae, the strongest storm to hit Gujarat state since 1998, comes amid a devastating Covid wave.
The filing shows he and his wife earned $607,336 last year, compared with $985,223 a year earlier.
Sergei Naryshkin speaks to the BBC in a rare interview about 2020's SolarWinds cyber-attack in the US.
The first children aged 12 to 15 have begun getting Covid vaccines after the US widened eligibility.
The 27-year-old US singer ties the knot with property agent Dalton Gomez in California.
For the first time ever, a Samoa election was tightly contested - and it's a woman who came out top.
The decision on Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban could have widespread implications across the US.
The study looked at approximately 1,000 factories that make the raw materials for single-use products.
The European Medicines Agency ruling could help the EU's Covid vaccine rollout.
A ban on gas boilers from 2025 is one step to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, say energy experts.
The famous rock formation has collapsed due to natural erosion, Ecuador's environment ministry says.
At least 50 billion individual wild birds are on the planet, including 1.6 billion house sparrows, scientists say.
Tyson Fury is ordered to fight Deontay Wilder for a third time, casting doubt over a proposed August fight with Anthony Joshua.
At least 5,000 people reach Ceuta from Morocco - and many swim in using rubber rings and rafts.