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New Zealand extends Auckland lockdown for 12 days: report The lockdown will last a further 12 days while the government tries to locate the source of the outbreak.

Palestinians say new Israel, UAE deal pushes fair resolution further away A historic agreement made earlier this week between the United Arab Emirates and Israel established new diplomatic ties in the Middle East, a move that Palestinians have said amounts to “treason.”

Beirut blast: UNESCO warns 60 historic buildings at risk of collapse The United Nations’ cultural agency said Thursday it will lead the international campaign for the recovery and restoration of Beirut's heritage, citing local officials who said that around 60 historic buildings in the Lebanese capital were at risk of collapse following last week’s devastating explosion at the Beirut port.

France declares Paris, Marseille at-risk zones for coronavirus Britain added France to a list of required quarantine for travelers, which could further damage a struggling tourism industry.

Family of children 'kidnapped' in Saudi calls on government for proof of life The now legal rift between ex-intel top brass Saad Aljabri and Riyadh’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) continues to grow.

Afghanistan begins releasing last Taliban prisoners as peace deal forges ahead The Afghan government released 80 of the final remaining 400 Taliban prisoners Thursday, paving the way for long-stalled peace negotiations after nearly two decades of bitter and violent conflict in the country.

Mount Everest reopens to tourists despite COVID-19 spike Hoping to regain lost revenue amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Nepal is set to reopen Mount Everest to climbers and tourists once again.

Anti-vaxxers, anti-maskers file $11M lawsuit against Trudeau An anti-vaccination group is suing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for $11 million over his coronavirus response.

Kim Jong Un declares North Korea will refuse outside aid to combat coronavirus, help rebuild after flood damage The declaration puts a halt to South Korean hopes of restarting negotiations.

The week in pictures, Aug. 8-Aug. 14 Here's a selection of the most amazing images captured around the world in the past seven days. Enjoy!

Israeli ambassador tells Mark Levin UAE peace deal is first of many agreements with Arab world Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer told Fox News host Mark Levin on his syndicated radio program Thursday that he sees the agreement normalizing relations between Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi that was brokered with help from President Trump will be the first of many to come in the Mideast region.

Iran, Turkey slam UAE, claim Israel deal a ‘dagger’ in backs of Palestinians, Muslims Iran and Turkey harshly criticized the United Arab Emirates for its deal this week with Israel, framing it as an act of betrayal against Palestinians and Muslims.

China's national security law triggering radical transformation of Hong Kong's human rights Despite pledges from top Hong Kong officials that the draconian national security law, which contains 66 articles and criminalizes succession and subversion, to terrorism and collusion, would only impact a small fraction of the seven million population, almost every facet of the once independent enclave – from education to civil society to technology – has been radically transformed in just over a month.

France sends forces into eastern Mediterranean to quell tensions between Greece, Turkey Emmanuel Macron on Thursday ordered French forces into the eastern Mediterranean where tensions have been rising between Greece and Turkey over disputed waters.

Kenya elephant population has more than doubled in last three decades, officials say Kenya’s elephant population has doubled in the last three decades, in part due to a crackdown on poachers and ivory smugglers, authorities announced at an event marking World Elephant Day Wednesday.

US confiscates Iranian fuel from four tankers, official says The Trump administration has successfully seized Iranian fuel from four tankers sailing to Venezuela, a senior U.S. official confirmed for Fox News Thursday evening, increasing their “maximum pressure campaign” against Tehran.

Netanyahu hails Israel-UAE deal as 'greatest advancement toward peace' in two decades Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday addressed the historic deal between his country and the United Arab Emirates, calling it "the greatest advancement towards peace between Israel and the Arab world in the last 26 years."

North Korea nuclear complex may have been damaged by recent flooding, US think tank says Significant flooding along a river in North Korea near the country's main nuclear facility may have resulted in damage to the complex, a U.S.-based monitoring website said Thursday.

2 chainsaw-wielding men covered in blood arrested at Canada beach in frightening video Two blood-covered men were arrested in Canada over the weekend after revving chainsaws and marching toward beachgoers in frightening video.

Macron warns Iran not to ‘interfere’ in Lebanese government shakeup Lebanon's Prime Minister, Hassan Diab, and his entire cabinet resigned earlier this week as reports surfaced that officials had been aware for years of the 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate stored in Beirut's port, which caught fire and triggered the deadly explosion.

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