1. Karabakh humanitarian fears grow with thousands sleeping on the streets
- Thousands of ethnic Armenians are homeless after fleeing Azerbaijan's military assault on the region.
- Many families had been separated by Azerbaijani army positions and did not know where their relatives were.
- However, ceasefire terms were being implemented with delivery of aid.

2. Ukraine claims Sevastopol strike hit navy commanders
- Ukraine says the missile strike on the headquarters of Russia's Black Sea fleet in Crimea was timed to coincide with a meeting of naval officials.
- The Ukrainian military claimed the strike had caused deaths and injuries but did not provide more details.
- One serviceman was missing after the attack.

3. Bob Menendez steps down as US Senate foreign relations chairman after indictment
- A veteran US senator has resigned as head of the chamber's foreign relations committee as he deals with bribery charges.
- Robert Menendez and his wife are alleged to have accepted bribes in exchange for aid to Egypt's government.
- He has rejected calls from fellow Democrats to resign his seat.
1. Karabakh humanitarian fears grow with thousands sleeping on the streets
- Thousands of ethnic Armenians are without shelter in Nagorno-Karabakh's main city after fleeing Azerbaijan's military assault on the region.
- Many families had been separated by Azerbaijani army positions and did not know if their relatives were alive.
- However, ceasefire terms were being implemented, with evacuations of the wounded and delivery of aid.

2. Ukraine claims Sevastopol strike hit navy commanders
- Ukraine says the missile strike on the headquarters of Russia's Black Sea fleet in Crimea was timed to coincide with a meeting of naval officials.
- The Ukrainian military claimed the strike had caused deaths and injuries but did not provide more details.
- One serviceman was missing after the attack.

3. Bob Menendez steps down as US Senate foreign relations chairman after indictment
- A veteran US senator has temporarily stepped down as head of the chamber's powerful foreign relations committee as he battles bribery charges.
- Robert Menendez and his wife are alleged to have accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in exchange for aid to Egypt's government.
- The embattled senator has rejected calls from fellow Democrats back in his home state of New Jersey to resign his seat.

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