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One of world’s largest icebergs on the move after 30 years stuck to ocean floor

One of world’s largest icebergs on the move after 30 years stuck to ocean floor

Iceberg measures at about 3 times the size of New York City
Russia puts the spokesman for Facebook owner Meta on a wanted list

Russia puts the spokesman for Facebook owner Meta on a wanted list

Russian authorities in October classified Meta as a ‘terrorist and extremist’ organization
Hamas releases 3rd group of hostages as part of truce deal

Hamas releases 3rd group of hostages as part of truce deal

Ceasefire set to end Monday after a 4th and final group of hostages is exchanged
Rosalynn Carter, outspoken former first lady, dead at 96

Rosalynn Carter, outspoken former first lady, dead at 96

Yemen’s Houthi rebels hijack an Israeli-linked ship in the Red Sea, seize crew

Yemen’s Houthi rebels hijack an Israeli-linked ship in the Red Sea, seize crew

25 crew members being held hostage
Fiery right-wing populist wins Argentina’s presidency amid economic woes

Fiery right-wing populist wins Argentina’s presidency amid economic woes

Javier Milei has proposed to slash the size of the state and rein in inflation
31 ‘very sick’ babies evacuated from Gaza’s largest hospital

31 ‘very sick’ babies evacuated from Gaza’s largest hospital

Hundreds of trauma patients remain stuck, according to WHO team
SpaceX launched its giant new rocket but explosions end the 2nd test flight

SpaceX launched its giant new rocket but explosions end the 2nd test flight

The demo lasted 8 or so minutes, about twice as long as the 1st test in April
Political violence threatens to intensify as the U.S. 2024 campaign heats up

Political violence threatens to intensify as the U.S. 2024 campaign heats up

‘Spending hours and hours consuming conspiracy theory material is intoxicating’
Survivors say trauma from abusive Native American boarding schools continues

Survivors say trauma from abusive Native American boarding schools continues

An report released by the Interior Department identified 408 government-backed schools in 37 states