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Top 10 world news stories for Friday, July 5th, 2024.

These stories reflect a mix of legal, environmental, political, humanitarian, and scientific developments, showcasing the diverse range of issues covered under world news. Top 10 world news stories for Friday, July 5th, 2024.

  1. Sierra Leone Bans Child Marriage. In a significant move, Sierra Leone has outlawed child marriage, bringing hope for improved rights and futures for young girls. | Global News
  2. Keir Starmer’s Landslide Victory in the UK. The Labour Party, led by Keir Starmer, won a decisive victory in the UK elections, marking a major shift in British politics. | Global News / DW
  3. Hurricane Beryl Hits Mexico. Hurricane Beryl, which has already caused severe damage in the Caribbean, made landfall in Mexico as a Category 2 storm. | Global News
  4. Canada Appoints First Female Defence Chief. Canada has appointed its first female defence chief, marking a historic moment for gender equality in the military. |​ Global News
  5. Iran’s Presidential Election. Reformist candidate Masoud Pezeshkian won the runoff vote for Iran’s presidency. Analysts debating the potential for significant reforms​. | DW
  6. Ukraine Conflict Updates. The situation in Ukraine continues to evolve with ongoing military engagements. |​ DW
  7. US Politics: President Biden has dismissed concerns about his health following a recent debate with former President Trump. He will remain in the presidential race. |​ DW
  8. Economic Concerns in G7 Nations. Major elections are set for four G7 countries, raising questions about potential economic impacts and political stability. | Global News
  9. Andrew Tate’s Legal Situation. Controversial figure Andrew Tate has been allowed to leave Romania despite ongoing legal proceedings related to charges of rape and human trafficking. | Global News
  10. France Election Tensions. French election candidates have reported attacks amid high tensions. As left-wing and moderate groups attempt to prevent the National Rally from achieving a legislative majority. | Global News