With talks over Addis Ababa's Renaissance Dam deadlocked, experts say a major climate crisis event, such as inadequate rainfall or prolonged droughts, could soar tensions between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia.
Biden administration remains committed to the solution along the 1967 lines "with mutually agreed swaps," says a senior US official, stressing so-called Abraham Accords have no bearing on the conflict.
Washington does not have any "short-term solution to dependence on Taiwan's industry at this moment," says Melaine Sisson, a US national security strategy expert, calling government's $52 billion to help American chipmakers a "long-term approach."
Israel is being accused of fast eroding the religious status quo of the Palestinian city, threatening the presence of indigenous Palestinians, including the holy sites of Muslims and Christians.
American students largely hail plan that would likely eliminate debt entirely for millions of Americans and wipe away at least half for millions more.
After shifting goalposts and changing its versions of the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, experts say Israel's joint probe request is meant to "quieten the public outcry" and muddy the investigation outcome.
Critics say several Western media outlets once again failed to cover an incident in Palestine – this time the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh – without displaying pro-Israel bias and using problematic framing in storytelling.
Pro-abortion advocates say they worry the potential loss of abortion rights, protected by the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, across the US will greatly impact women's rights and their health, especially those from downtrodden communities.
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