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  1. Two cleanshaven men, one wearing glasses, embrace in an outdoor photo whose background includes large pieces of debris.

    An Israeli airstrike triggered a massive blaze killing 45 people in a tent camp in the Gaza city of Rafah, officials said on Monday, prompting an outcry from global leaders who urged the implementation of an International Court of Justice ruling to halt Israel's assault.

  2. People walk amid boulders and rocks in a mountainous setting.

    More than 2,000 people were buried alive by a massive landslide in Papua New Guinea last week, the national disaster centre said on Monday, as treacherous terrain and the difficulty of getting aid to the site raises the risk few survivors will be found.

  3. People gather around as a fire engulf  debris and destroyed buildings.

    Palestinian health and civil emergency service officials said at least 35 people were killed in an Israeli airstrike Sunday on the southern Gaza city of Rafah. The Israel Defence Forces said it struck a Hamas compound in Rafah and that it was carried out with "precise ammunition and on the basis of precise intelligence."

  4. Biden raises a glass for a toast in front of a Canadian and American flag

    For the first time in generations, the U.S. military has spent public money — Americans' money — to fund private-sector mining projects in Canada. It's reminiscent of a pre-Second World War program. And it speaks to a pervasive fear in the U.S. capital. Here's what the Pentagon wants.

  5. Villagers search through the rubble of a landslide.

    More than 670 people are assumed to have died in Papua New Guinea's massive landslide, the United Nations migration agency estimated on Sunday as rescue efforts continued.