Palestinians walk through the rubble of a refugee camp

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In the latest phase of the Israel-Hamas conflict, what significant step has Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced, without labeling it as an "invasion"?

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The President of which Middle Eastern country, a long-standing ally of Hamas, issued an ominous warning to the U.S. and Israel, cautioning that they have crossed 'red lines' in their ongoing conflict with Hamas?

Iran, an ally of Hamas, has been known to provide support to the group. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi made reference to the "axis of resistance", an informal alliance in the Middle East region supported by Iran, which includes Hamas and other groups and governments. He accused the U.S. of hypocrisy in its support of Israel, and questioned its human rights claims.

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Which Republican candidate recently withdrew from the presidential race, citing lack of support and funding, without endorsing any other candidate?

Former Vice President Pence halted his presidential campaign due to insufficient support from Republican voters, and a lack of funding. Pence made this announcement at a donor conference in Las Vegas and refrained from endorsing any other candidate. His campaign had been struggling for months and was in debt, with only $1.2 million cash on hand.

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This beloved "Friends'" star, known for his portrayal of the character Chandler Bing, was recently found dead at his Los Angeles home due to suspected drowning.

Matthew Perry, best known for his role as Chandler Bing in the popular sitcom "Friends," was found dead at his home in Los Angeles. The cause of death is believed to be an apparent drowning accident. Perry also revealed his struggles with opioid addiction in his memoir, highlighting his battle to overcome it.

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With critics calling it a violation of free speech, what reasoning did Florida Governor Ron DeSantis use to justify his decision to ban a pro-Palestinian group from state colleges?

DeSantis cited the groups' alleged support of Hamas, and a Florida law against supporting terrorist organizations. Students for Justice in Palestine has been on campuses for decades, and released a toolkit that described the attack on Israel, known as Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, as "the resistance." The ban has sparked controversy, with critics arguing it infringes on free speech rights.