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  • Death toll from attack on Mogadishu hotel rises to 16
  • Erdogan says Turkey 'will not back down' in east Med standoff
  • Zimbabwe to meet Vatican envoy over Catholic bishops' criticism
  • Pope to readmit faithful to general audiences from next week: Vatican
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  • Iran official says UAE-Isreal deal will not secure regional peace: Tweet
  • Belarus leader says has deal with Putin to refinance $1 billion loan
  • Pompeo hopeful China's Confucius Institutes will be gone from U.S. by year-end
  • Most oil on damaged ship off Mauritius removed, owner says
  • Hong Kong regulators see limited sanctions impact as banks weigh action
  • New Zealand retirement home in lockdown to test for COVID-19
  • Mexico records 3,719 new coronavirus cases, 256 more deaths
  • Dubai's highest court rejects superyacht seizure appeal in mammoth divorce battle
  • Pandemic, Malay power lend popularity boost to Malaysia PM: poll
  • Colombia passes half a million coronavirus cases as deaths approach 16,000
  • South African speakeasies boost calls for end to COVID booze ban
  • Belarus opposition candidate Tikhanouskaya was forced to leave, her campaign says
  • Hong Kong leader says won't take U.S. sanctions against her to heart
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah 'got power but lost the country'
  • Cult British TV puppet show mocks up PM Johnson and adviser Cummings
  • Paris prefecture says face mask order to be in place for one month
  • 20,000 paper birds help fund COVID-19 units at Belgium hospital
  • NSA, FBI expose Russian intelligence hacking tool: report
  • Israel's top court rules for removal of settler homes from Palestinian land
  • Iran nuclear deal at risk as U.N. council prepares to vote on arms embargo
  • 'We don't need war': Belarus releases detainees in bid to quell protests
  • Brazil's Guedes says he has the trust of President Bolsonaro
  • Putin bets on Lukashenko keeping power in Belarus for now: sources
  • Russian opposition politician Navalny in serious condition - TASS cites doctor
  • EU to enter contract talks with J&J over 200 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine
  • Poland summons Belarus ambassador over 'unfounded accusations'
  • Saudi-led coalition intercepts a ballistic missile launched towards Najran
  • Head of China's Hong Kong liaison office says U.S. sanctions indicate he is doing what he should
  • Cyprus says willing to engage on defining maritime zones
  • Pandemic hampers search for missing persons in Latin America: International Red Cross
  • Jordan to close border with Syria after spike in COVID-19 cases
  • Fourteen hospitalized after ammonia gas leak in southern India: report
  • Trove of 1,000-year-old gold coins unearthed in Israel
  • Saudi-Led coalition destroys an explosive-laden drone launched by Houthis: SPA
  • U.N. says Mali army chief left village unprotected before massacre
  • South Korea searches for rescue workers missing in floods
  • Britain says deeply concerned by Hong Kong arrest of media tycoon
  • South Sudan death toll in disarmament fighting rises, UN sends peacekeepers
  • Flights between Turkey, Iraq suspended until Oct. 1: Iraq aviation
  • Germany issues travel warning for Andorra, Gibraltar
  • Israel holds tender for flight to United Arab Emirates next week
  • Israel strikes Hamas in Gaza over rockets, fire balloons
  • Despite U.S. sanctions bid, Iran aims to keep nuclear deal alive until U.S. election
  • Russia's Lavrov says Belarusian opposition members who left for West seek 'bloodshed': RIA
  • 'We must go on,' says Lebanese designer Elie Saab after blast
  • EU's Hogan apologises but rides out calls to quit over Irish golf dinner furore
  • Britain backs COVID-19 immunity studies with 8.4 million pounds
  • Coronavirus crisis threatens to unravel Japanese artist's kimono ambitions
  • Ivory Coast's Ouattara applies to run for third term amid protests
  • UK COVID-19 daily death count could be scrapped: Telegraph
  • U.N. tribunal convicts Hezbollah defendant in Hariri assassination case
  • Japan PM Abe returns to office after health exam, says ready to work
  • Jubilant worshippers return to Lagos mosques
  • New evidence in Thai Red Bull hit-and-run case, says prosecutor's office
  • Kremlin critic Navalny's in stable condition: hospital
  • 'Impossible Orchestra' holds virtual performance to battle Mexico's domestic violence
  • Ailing Abe quits as Japan PM as COVID-19 slams economy, key goals unmet
  • Pressure on Belarusian leadership is counterproductive, Russia's Putin tells EU's Michel
  • Three men killed in north Lebanon shooting, security sources say
  • Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow arrested, says fellow activist
  • Ukraine president says Kyiv staying out of U.S. internal politics, elections
  • Hezbollah denies storing weapons at Beirut port depot
  • U.S. sanctions branded 'clowning actions' as Hong Kong vows it won't be intimidated
  • Turkey to hold military exercise off Cyprus amid Mediterranean tensions
  • U.S. unfreezing Venezualan assets to help opposition fight COVID-19: Guaido
  • Lebanese environment minister resigns from government
  • Deputy PM says former king's 'flight' from Spain hurts monarchy
  • Iran says talks with IAEA chief in Tehran were 'constructive': ISNA
  • Putin, Lukashenko discussed Belarus crisis on phone: Belarus state media
  • Mexico's energy minister to quarantine for two weeks after coronavirus contact
  • Global coronavirus deaths exceed 700,000, one person dies every 15 seconds on average
  • Saudi-Led coalition destroys an explosive-laden drone launched by Houthis: SPA
  • Greece calls Turkey's seismic survey in Mediterranean illegal
  • Japan's Suga has indicated he will stand in LDP leadership election: source
  • Zante flight to Cardiff told to self isolate after COVID cases found
  • China state media excoriates U.S. 'wackadoodles' over journalist visas row
  • Bomb experts dispose of chemicals at UK nuclear site
  • France suspends controversial glue-trapping of songbirds
  • Berlin bans protest against coronavirus curbs
  • Two dead in clashes south of Lebanese capital
  • Turkish, Qatari and German ministers visit Libya amid ceasefire efforts
  • Death toll from northern Turkey flash floods rises to six: Anadolu
  • Norway expels Russian diplomat over spy case
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys explosive-laden drone, boat launched by Yemen's Houthis: SPA
  • No fiesta in Spain as public drinking banned,clubs closed due to coronavirus surge
  • Trinidad and Tobago PM claims election victory for ruling party
  • Putin hails new Sputnik moment as Russia is first to approve a COVID-19 vaccine
  • At least five dead in Air India Express crash - state minister
  • EU must raise pressure on Belarus's Lukashenko: German minister
  • Malaysia extends coronavirus movement curbs until end-2020
  • Scientists ask: Without trial data, how can we trust Russia's COVID vaccine?
  • Pressure mounts to disband Brazil's crack anti-corruption squad
  • Belarus police crack down on mass protests against strongman president after election
  • England resumes lockdown easing but stiffens punishment on rule breaches
  • Taliban kill four survivors of Afghanistan flash floods