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Gaza toll hits 1,037 on day 21 of Israeli assault

A four-year-old child was one of two people killed by Israeli tank fire in Gaza on Monday, medics said, hiking the Palestinian death toll from Israel's 21-day operation to 1,037.

UN Security Council calls for immediate Gaza ceasefire

The UN Security Council on Monday called for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza to allow for urgent aid to reach civilians as the conflict between Israel and Hamas entered its third week.

'I ask you with all my heart. Stop!'

Pope Francis made an unscripted plea for peace in Gaza during his weekly Vatican address yesterday.

No Drama Obama 'takes early retirement'

US president Barack Obama has emotionally checked out of his job a couple of years early, political observers are saying.

Man hit and killed by small plane while walking on beach

A father was killed and his daughter seriously injured Sunday while walking along a Florida beach when a small plane crash landed and struck them, authorities said.

Marikana miners were unstoppable, Lonmin guard tells commission

It was impossible for Lonmin mine security guards in Marikana to halt a crowd of protesting miners heading towards offices of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) on August 11, 2012, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Monday.