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Since 8 October when Hezbollah first fired rockets into Israel in solidarity with Palestinians following the Hamas attacks, the two sides have exchanged nearly 5,000 strikes. The majority have come from Israel – but analysis by Sky News’ Data and Forensics team shows Hezbollah is changing its tactics, with its attacks stretching further into Israeli
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A global IT outage is affecting major services including airlines, banks, healthcare and broadcasters across the world. It is believed the meltdown is related to an issue at the software company Microsoft and global cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike – although it is unknown if it is the same problem is affecting airports and train services across
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The remote valley in Tenerife where human remains that “look to be that of Jay Slater” were discovered is being searched again by rescue teams. One of the dog search teams has been working close to where mountain rescuers made the discovery and where some of the 19-year-old’s possessions and clothing were found. They are
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The establishment of the “axis powers” in the 1930s paved the way for the Second World War. Agreements signed between Germany, Italy, and Japan in 1936 united them in their expansionist interests and hatred of Western allies. Amid Russia’s war in Ukraine, the Israel-Hamas conflict, and China’s repeated threats of invading Taiwan – some security
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