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Rafah pounded as restraint urged; Stubb wins Finnish presidency

And Nvidia becomes fourth-highest valued company in the US as demand for chips used in complex computing continues to soar.

New Finnish president Alexander Stubb.

Dita De Boni Tue, 13 Feb 2024

Top of the morning this Tuesday; here is our wrap of business and politics headlines from around the world overnight.

Israel said it rescued two hostages during a special operation conducted overnight in Rafah, a city in the south of Gaza that was repeatedly struck by drones and missiles overnight,

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