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Jordan air-drops aid into Gaza with help of French plane (www.pdclarion.com)

The Jordanian army on Monday said it had carried out a series of humanitarian aid drops of food and other supplies into the besieged Gaza Strip, one of them by a French army plane. Jordanian forces made "four air drops carrying aid for the people of Gaza", under the directive of Jordanian King Abdullah II, a statement said....

A man set himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington, the police said. (www.nytimes.com)

A US Air Force soldier is in critical condition after he set himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC, Sunday. He live streamed the self-immolation action on Twitch where he captured himself standing outside the gates of the Israeli embassy and identifying himself as a member of the US Air Force....

Europe Greenlights Two Avian Flu Vaccines (www.medscape.com)

The vaccines, Celldemic and Incellipan, protect against the H5N1 subtype of the influenza A virus. The Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use of the European Medicines Agency has recommended the approval of two vaccines for active immunization against the H5N1 subtype of the influenza A virus, which causes avian...

Germany's Bundestag votes for cannabis legalization (www.dw.com)

Germans will be able to possess and cultivate marijuana starting April 1. German lawmakers have approved the partial legalization of cannabis in the country. 407 parliamentarians voted in favor of the legislation put forward by the ruling coalition, comprising Chancellor Olaf Scholz's center-left Social Democratic Party (SPD),...

African Development Bank: High Cost of Living in Africa Could Cause Unrest (www.voanews.com)

The African Development Bank is warning that the rising cost of energy, food and other commodities in several African countries, including Angola, Ethiopia and Kenya, could trigger social unrest. Already, people in Africa's most populous country, Nigeria, have been marching to protest the high cost of living, prompting the...

Senegal cuts internet again amid widening crackdown on dissent (www.reuters.com)

Senegal cut mobile internet access on Tuesday ahead of a banned march against the postponement of a presidential election, and rights groups accused the authorities of using overly repressive tactics to stifle widespread opposition to the delay.The abrupt postponement of the Feb. 25 vote to December has plunged Senegal into...

EU lawmakers ratify political deal on artificial intelligence rules (www.reuters.com)

Two key groups of lawmakers at the European Parliament on Tuesday ratified a provisional agreement on landmark artificial intelligence rules ahead of a vote by the legislative assembly in April that will pave the way for the world's first legislation on the technology....

Hungarian president resigns over sex abuse case pardon (www.reuters.com)

Hungarian President Katalin Novak resigned on Saturday after coming under mounting pressure for pardoning a man convicted of helping to cover up sexual abuse in a children's home. Novak, a close ally of conservative Prime Minister Viktor Orban, resigned a week after her presidential pardon was first reported by local news site...

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