WHO head says the "situation is dire and perilous" after re-establishing contact with those inside Al-Shifa.
Isaac Herzog told the BBC "everything is operating" at Al-Shifa, despite reports of no power.
Far-right leader Marine Le Pen takes part, alongside major parties but the far left refuses.
The General Medical Council says efforts to recruit more UK doctors will take years to take effect.
Thousands are asked to evacuate from a town over fears magma has spread underground.
The service members died in a helicopter crash in a region where the US has boosted operations.
The stage invader says he "came here for a climate demonstration, not a political view".
The 82-year-old is still facing a trial in Montreal and extradition to the US.
While decades of prosecutions weakened the US and Italian mafia, transatlantic relations remain strong.
Video shows the big cat wandering along a residential street before it is captured.
A BBC investigation reveals confusion between officials as an inferno destroyed the town of Lahaina.
Nine officers were injured and 145 arrested, most of whom police said were right-wing counter-protesters.
Footage shows an ice rescue instructor skating on a rare window of ice in Alaska's Alpine lakes.
More than 50 soldiers were killed in the attack by al-Shabab fighters in May.
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