Joe Biden declares “genuine opportunity to make progress” after Israel-Gaza ceasefire

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조 바이든 hailed a “genuine opportunity to make progress” and Palestinians celebrated in the streets as an Israel-Gaza ceasefire was declared following 11 days of attacks.

World leaders have welcomed the truce, which was proposed by Egypt and started at 2am local time, after violence that has killed 12 people in Israel and 232 Palestinians and pledged to help rebuild Gaza.

In a televised address last night, the US president promised to continue “our quiet and relentless diplomacy” and said: “I believe we have a genuine opportunity to make progress.”

Princes William and Harry have criticised the BBC over an interview with their late mother, Princess Diana

Princes William and Harry have criticised the BBC over an interview with their late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, for the British broadcaster’s program Panorama by journalist Martin Bashir.

They said the corporation’s failures were part of a “culture of exploitation and unethical practices that ultimately took her life.”

Their damning statements come after an inquiry by former supreme court judge John Dyson that found he had engaged in “deceitful behavior” by commissioning fake bank statements to secure the interview.

Brazil’s former leader Lula says he would be prepared to take on ‘psychopath’ Bolsonaro in the 2022 선거

Brazil’s former leftist leader Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has said his country has been turned into a “global pariah” by its “psychopath” president, 자이르 볼 소나로, but insisted it can be rescued.

In an interview with the Guardian, Lula – who is widely expected to challenge Bolsonaro for the presidency – did not confirm that he would run but indicated he was plotting a dramatic finale to his career.

“I’ll be 77 by [next year’s election]. I thought that was old,” Lula, 75, told the Guardian’s Latin America correspondent, Tom Phillips. “But then I saw Biden win the elections at 78 and said, ‘Well, I’m a boy compared to Biden so perhaps I’ll be alright.’”

In an interview, the dating app boss talks about its huge rise in users, his own difficult romantic past and why people are leaving their partners in search of new relationships. “People are looking for something more serious … People are being a little bit more intentional about what they’re looking for coming out of this,” McLeod tells Emine Saner.

Forty years on from their debut album, Duran Duran talk to Laura Barton about their new LP as well as their wild heyday, ageing and vaccines.

Donald Trump was met with a combination of amusement and outrage when in 2019 he announced that he was considering trying to buy Greenland in what he described as “essentially a large real estate deal”. But yesterday, 미국 국무장관, Antony Blinken, confirmed that an attempt to buy the Danish autonomous territory was off the cards during a four-day trip to the region. “I am in Greenland because the United States deeply values our partnership and wants to make it even stronger,” he told reporters. Asked whether the US had ruled out plans to buy Greenland, he said with a smile: “I can confirm that’s correct.”

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