Thursday, February 15, 2024

BBC World

Julian Assange: Australian politicians call for release of WikiLeaks founder

The vote - passed with overwhelming support - comes ahead of his final appeal against US extradition. Read More BBC News - World

Israel Gaza: Netanyahu vows to press ahead with Rafah offensive

French President Emmanuel Macron warns Israel the human cost of the war in Gaza is "intolerable". Read More BBC News - World

The moment gunfire erupts in Kansas City shooting

Video shows people running for cover and a heavy police response as a Super Bowl celebration was ending. Read More BBC News - World

‘Love is a beautiful thing’: Australian PM gets engaged

Anthony Albanese is the first Australian prime minister to get engaged while in office. Read More BBC News - World

‘Guys, something’s going on’ – reporter hears shots

A CBS journalist was about to go live when he and his crew heard multiple loud bangs coming from the crowd. Read More BBC News -...

Nato says record number of allies hit defence target

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says 18 states are set to spend 2% of GDP on defence this year. Read More BBC News - World

Prabowo Subianto on track to win Indonesia presidential race – early results

Prabowo Subianto, who is dogged by allegations of rights abuses, appears on course to win the presidency. Read More BBC News - World

Israel orders evacuation of largest hospital in southern Gaza

Doctors and health officials say a number of people there have been killed by Israeli sniper fire in recent days. Read More BBC News - World

Nigerian ex-President Muhammadu Buhari’s signature forged to withdraw $6m, court hears

A Nigerian court hears dramatic testimony in the corruption trial of the former central bank chief. Read More BBC News - World

War-weary Ukrainians endure as Russia’s invasion drags on

Two years into Russia's full-scale invasion, Ukrainians carry deep wounds from the fight. Read More BBC News - World

Turkey mine: ‘Race against time’ to free workers after landslide

There are also concerns chemicals from the site could spread into the nearby Euphrates River. Read More BBC News - World