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Hamas and Israel exchange prisoners, WHO investigates China's pneumonia

Haiti grapples with food crisis; WHO checks China's pneumonia; Israel, Hamas swap prisoners

Today ChatGPT read 1221 top news stories. After removing previously covered events, there are 3 articles with a significance score over 7.

[7.6] Haiti's gang violence threatens food access, displaces thousands — The Guardian

Haiti's gang violence has spread to key farming areas, displacing 22,000 people and impacting food access. Gangs are burning houses, stealing crops, and carrying out kidnappings and sexual violence. The UN urges immediate international security assistance and highlights the severe humanitarian crisis, with nearly half the country going hungry.

[7.2] WHO investigates pneumonia clusters in China — South China Morning Post

The World Health Organization requested information from China about clusters of "undiagnosed pneumonia," reminiscent of the early stages of the pandemic. China denied a cover-up and promptly provided data to the WHO, attributing the spike to multiple known pathogens, including Covid. Experts link the outbreak to an "immunity debt" from reduced exposure to common pathogens during Covid restrictions.

[7.0] Hamas and Israel exchange hostages and prisoners — The Associated Press

Hamas and Israel exchanged hostages and prisoners under a fragile cease-fire, with 60 Israelis and 180 Palestinians released. International mediators in Qatar worked to extend the truce, while the U.S. urged Israel to protect Palestinian civilians. The cease-fire allowed humanitarian aid into Gaza, where over 234,000 homes were damaged. The war has killed over 13,300 Palestinians and 1,200 Israelis.

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