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Netanyahu says deadly Israeli strike in Rafah was the result of a 'tragic mistake'

Netanyahu says deadly Israeli strike in Rafah was the result of a 'tragic mistake'

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that a “tragic mistake” was made in an Israeli strike in the southern Gaza city of Rafah that set fire to a camp housing displaced Palestinians and, according to local officials, k
North Korean rocket carrying its 2nd spy satellite explodes in mid-air

North Korean rocket carrying its 2nd spy satellite explodes in mid-air

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A rocket launched by North Korea to deploy the country's second spy satellite exploded shortly after liftoff Monday, state media reported, in a setback for leader Kim Jong Un's hopes to field satellites to monitor the U.S.
Rafael Nadal's possible French Open farewell draws fans from all over the world

Rafael Nadal's possible French Open farewell draws fans from all over the world

PARIS (AP) — They traveled from all over — from Europe and Oceania, from North America and South America — to be at Roland Garros on Monday, intent on watching Rafael Nadal play what turned out to be his only French Open match this year.
Iran further increases its stockpile of uranium enriched to near weapons-grade levels, watchdog says

Iran further increases its stockpile of uranium enriched to near weapons-grade levels, watchdog says

VIENNA (AP) — Iran has further increased its stockpile of uranium enriched to near weapons-grade levels, according to a confidential report on Monday by the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog, the latest in Tehran's attempts to steadily exert pressure
Rafael Nadal loses in the French Open's first round to Alexander Zverev

Rafael Nadal loses in the French Open's first round to Alexander Zverev

PARIS (AP) — Rafael Nadal lost in the first round of the French Open to Alexander Zverev 6-3, 7-6 (5), 6-3 on Monday in what might turn out to be the 14-time Roland Garros champion’s last match at his favorite tournament .
Georgian parliament committee rejects presidential veto of the divisive 'foreign agents' legislation

Georgian parliament committee rejects presidential veto of the divisive 'foreign agents' legislation

TBILISI, Georgia (AP) — A Georgian parliament committee on Monday rejected the president’s veto of the “foreign agents” legislation that has sparked massive protests for weeks.
Papua New Guinea says Friday's landslide buried more than 2,000 people and formally asks for help

Papua New Guinea says Friday's landslide buried more than 2,000 people and formally asks for help

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — A Papua New Guinea government official has told the United Nations more than 2,000 people were believed to have been buried alive by Friday's landslide and has formally asked for international help.
Newgarden goes back-to-back at Indy 500 to give Roger Penske record-extending 20th win

Newgarden goes back-to-back at Indy 500 to give Roger Penske record-extending 20th win

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Josef Newgarden once again brought his victorious Team Penske car to a stop on the Yard of Bricks at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Grayson Murray's parents say the two-time PGA Tour winner died of suicide

Grayson Murray's parents say the two-time PGA Tour winner died of suicide

Grayson Murray's parents said Sunday their 30-year-old son took his own life, just one day after he withdrew from a PGA Tour event. The family asked for privacy and that people honour Murray by being kind to one another.
At least 15 dead after severe weather carves path of ruin across multiple states in the South

At least 15 dead after severe weather carves path of ruin across multiple states in the South

VALLEY VIEW, Texas (AP) — Powerful storms killed at least 15 people, injured hundreds and left a wide trail of destruction Sunday across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas after obliterating homes and destroying a truck stop where dozens sought shelter in