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First Cargo Ship Sunk in Red Sea Crisis, Impacting Marine Ecology

In November last year, the Yemeni rebel youth movement (Houthi, an armed Houthi organization) began to attack international merchant ships passing through the Red Sea, causing global shipping chaos and creating the Red Sea Crisis, and on February 2, a British freighter in the southern waters of the Red Sea was sunk by the Yemeni rebel youth movement, and a large amount of fertilizers and fuel oils on board the ship were lost to the sea, impacting the marine ecosystem.

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Egyptian President Sisi: Support Palestine until the establishment of the state.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi recently stated that Egypt will continue to support the State of Palestine until its establishment, and will continue to air-drop aid to the Gaza Strip.

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The U.S. indicates that Israel has largely agreed to a six-week ceasefire, just waiting for Hamas to nod.

The ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza has once again drawn international attention. U.S. President Biden hopes that both Israel and Hamas will reach a six-week ceasefire agreement before the start of Ramadan on the 10th. The latest news indicates that a senior U.S. official has revealed that Israel has largely agreed to a six-week ceasefire agreement, and now it only needs Hamas to agree to release hostages for the agreement to take effect.

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French Senate passes abortion constitutionalization, setting a global precedent.

France's Senate overwhelmingly passed a constitutional amendment on Thursday (2/29), incorporating women's right to abortion into the Constitution. This is the first country in the world to protect the freedom of abortion in the form of a constitution, rather than prohibiting abortion.

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Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze Lauded for Promoting Love and Peace Conscience as Compass: Sound Advice for World Leaders

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Former Romanian Prime Minister Petre Roman rang the Bell of World Peace and Love, praying for the creation of peace.

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Due to an aging population, Mainland China plans to delay the retirement age.

Delaying retirement has become a highly focused issue recently as China steps into an aging society. On the eve of the 2024 National People's Congress in mainland China, coupled with the recently published 'China Pension Development Report 2023', the necessity of delaying retirement policy is highlighted while calculating the pension replacement rate.

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Two major Palestinian factions gather in Moscow for talks, attempting to cooperate in forming a new government.

On the 26th, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced that representatives of Hamas are visiting Moscow; Mohammad Shtayyeh, the Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority, mentioned at the Munich Security Conference on the 18th that Russia had invited various Palestinian factions to Moscow for talks on the 26th. The two major opposing forces in Palestine realized that in order to achieve a ceasefire in Gaza and recovery after the war, both sides must cooperate.

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Embracing Tradition and Innovation: The 2024 Tai Ji Men Lunar New Year Gathering

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Distinguished guests held “kung fu” fans, expressing their hope that everyone could share and spread kindness, and obtain a life enriched with health, wealth, wisdom, happiness, and joy.

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Trump Wins South Carolina Primary with 60% of Votes, Defeating Opponent Haley

Former U.S. President Donald Trump took a big step toward a third consecutive term in the White House, almost assuredly representing the Republican Party in the Republican primary election in South Carolina, defeating the party's lone rival, Nikki Haley, with about 60 percent of the vote.

In his victory speech, Trump took aim at incumbent President Joe Biden, as he happily greeted his victory in the South Carolina primary amid cheers from his supporters. But Trump also urged his supporters to celebrate for just 15 minutes because he has a tough battle ahead in Michigan.

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South Korean Government to Take Legal Action Against Striking Doctors

The South Korean government recently announced a policy to increase the enrollment of medical schools, leading to a collective resignation and strike by resident doctors nationwide. In response, the South Korean authorities raised the health care disaster alert to the highest level, "serious," and declared that legal actions would be taken against those who refuse to return to work.