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Shivani Chauhan
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'Consentless' Subscription: A New Approach to Privacy

In the era of digital privacy concerns,'s 'Consentless' subscription presents a novel approach. Users who decline the use of tracking cookies can still access a certain number of articles every month. This innovative move, which respects the privacy of users while providing access to quality content, could serve as a model for other news agencies.

Negotiations and Hostage Releases in the Israel-Hamas Conflict


In international news, the political-militant group Hamas released ten hostages, including an American woman, Liat Beinin Atzili, who was abducted from her kibbutz on October 7. The release, initially delayed due to technical issues, is expected to be followed by the liberation of more hostages. A Hamas official alleged that 60 Israeli hostages had been killed in Gaza as a result of bombings. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to continue the fight till the end.

International Calls for Ceasefire and Dialogue

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad Al Maliki have urged a permanent ceasefire and a two-state solution to the long-standing conflict. Meanwhile, Israel's military is investigating claims by Hamas's military wing about the deaths of two Israeli children and their mother in an earlier bombing. The world watches as these developments unfold, with hope for peace and stability in the region.