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  • After dining ban, takeaway waste clutters Hong Kong's pavements, parks and waterways
  • Russian PM Mishustin, Belarus' Golovchenko discuss deepening ties: statement
  • Pompeo says U.S., Russia have made progress on arms control
  • Scotland says not yet safe to lift COVID-19 restrictions in Aberdeen
  • Nigeria to reopen for international air travel in weeks
  • Former India president Mukherjee dies after developing lung infection
  • Trump expected to give update on U.S. COVID-19 vaccine development -White House
  • Trump hammers China over virus as U.S. health secretary heads to Taiwan
  • Japan ruling party's Noda will not run to succeed Abe: Kyodo
  • South Korea battles worst coronavirus outbreak in months, warns of crisis
  • French foreign minister Le Drian to meet China's Wang Yi this weekend
  • Lebanon government resigns after deadly Beirut blast
  • Russia's Navalny, Putin's nemesis and crusader against graft
  • Explainer: What do we know about the health of Japan's Shinzo Abe?
  • Brazil police bust alleged coronavirus corruption racket in Sao Paulo
  • Philippines records 3,314 new coronavirus cases, 18 deaths
  • Suga seen top contender in Japan PM race as ruling party plans slimmed-down vote
  • Lebanon to place Beirut port officials under house arrest: sources
  • French nationals killed in Niger were aid workers: defence minister
  • Hezbollah 'not concerned' with verdict of U.N.-backed tribunal
  • Russia health officials say Navalny had tested negative for cholinesterase inhibitors
  • U.S. lifts global health coronavirus travel advisory
  • Sea life around Mauritius dying as Japanese ship oil spill spreads
  • 'They killed us twice': finding loved ones at last among Syria's tortured dead
  • Tankers ship Iranian fuel cargoes to U.S. for seizure
  • Chief of staff to Brazil's Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19
  • South Korea doctors' strike escalates even as Seoul races to tackle COVID surge
  • Returning Venezuelan migrants find cold welcome amid COVID
  • Saudi Jazan civil defence says Yemen's Houthis fired projectile at border village: state TV
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,147 to 214,214: RKI
  • Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi says must avoid a new Cold War
  • Europe and China must keep conversation going: Merkel
  • Iran's Khamenei: UAE 'disgraced forever' by Israel deal
  • South Korea's Moon to focus on victims in 'comfort women' dispute with Japan
  • Gambia imposes curfew as coronavirus cases surge 60% in a week
  • Exclusive: France outlines reforms for crisis-ridden Lebanon
  • Finland's PM calls for shortening working hours
  • South Korea expands social distancing rules as coronavirus outbreak grows
  • Mystery no more: Spain's ex-king, Juan Carlos, has been in UAE since Aug. 3
  • U.S. imposes sanctions on Zimbabwe businessman, company
  • Brazil fires top parks official in latest environmental reshuffle
  • Coronavirus re-infections raise concerns about immunity
  • Kremlin critic Navalny too unwell to be moved from Siberian hospital: doctor
  • Mexico to trial China, U.S. COVID-19 vaccines, may produce some
  • Italy says China a key strategic partner, despite U.S. concerns
  • Oil spill threatens ecological disaster as Mauritius declares emergency
  • Indonesia reports 2,473 new coronavirus cases, 72 deaths
  • Visegrad group presidents call on Belarus to stop violence, back free elections: joint statement
  • UK PM Johnson praises Northern Ireland's Hume as a 'political giant'
  • Greece calls Turkey's seismic survey in Mediterranean illegal
  • South African speakeasies boost calls for end to COVID booze ban
  • Greta Thunberg urges Merkel to get out of climate 'comfort zone'
  • In race to replace Japan's Abe, loyalist Suga emerges as strong contender
  • Austria says it will issue travel warning for Spain's Balearic islands
  • Violent 24 hours in Rio de Janeiro, as shootouts plague city
  • Mexicans seek referendum on trying ex-presidents for graft
  • EU relations with Belarus under review following election
  • Head of Brazil's 'Car Wash' anti-graft task force quits with team's future in doubt
  • Belarusian police search Minsk offices of Russian internet firm Yandex
  • Canada to give provinces, territories up to C$2 billion for school restart
  • Factbox: What is a 'table-top runway', the site of deadly Air India plane crash?
  • China grants country's first COVID-19 vaccine patent to CanSino: state media
  • Wild polio sufferers reflect as Africa declared free of the disease
  • 'Polishing the gun': China, U.S. tensions raise Taiwan conflict fears
  • Brazil registers 3,035,422 confirmed cases of coronavirus, total deaths rise to 101,049
  • Montenegro's ruling DPS narrowly ahead of opposition in vote, pollster forecasts
  • Initial investigations point to negligence as cause of Beirut blast, source says
  • Scotland bans household visits in Glasgow because of COVID-19
  • One person killed by Dubai restaurant gas explosion: media
  • Hiroshima marks 75 years since atomic bombing in scaled-back ceremony
  • Pakistani army chief visits Saudi Arabia to revive ties strained over Kashmir
  • U.S. requires Confucius Institute center to register as foreign mission
  • Slovakia expels three Russian diplomats, cites abuse of visas
  • Scholz pick helps Germany's Social Democrats to surpass Greens in polls
  • Croatia pays price in COVID-19 cases for lax approach to nightlife
  • Russia's Navalny, Putin's nemesis and crusader against graft
  • Syria gas pipeline explosion 'almost certainly' ISIS strike: U.S. envoy
  • Brazil priest under investigation over accusations pilgrim donations were misused
  • Amid contagion fears, Myanmar parents back school closures
  • Exclusive: Rio vows to preserve ancient Australian rock shelter after outcry over caves blast
  • Cuba to start clinical trials of potential coronavirus vaccine
  • More than 110 wounded during Beirut protests, Red Cross tells media
  • Navalny's condition stable after flight to Berlin: activist Bizilj to Bild
  • Turkey's new COVID-19 cases reach highest since mid-June, government imposes measures
  • Germany, France and Poland urge for free and fair election in Belarus
  • Jordan to close border with Syria after spike in COVID-19 cases
  • Lebanon must fight corruption after Beirut blast, says German foreign minister
  • Some agreement, but issues remain as West African mediators meet Mali coup leaders
  • WHO blasts 'vaccine nationalism' in last-ditch push against hoarding
  • Philippines records 3,314 new coronavirus cases, 18 deaths
  • Hungary cabinet chief, justice minister quarantined over coronavirus
  • Russia's coronavirus case tally nears 900,000
  • Workers at Chilean copper mine uncover brightly-dressed mummies
  • Polish PM to discuss situation in Belarus with opposition at home
  • Peace talks between Afghan officials, Taliban to start in September: Afghan officials
  • Israeli forces kill Palestinian in West Bank, military says he was planning attack
  • Trump will host Iraqi prime minister at the white house Aug 20: White House
  • New Zealand PM Ardern says dissolution of parliament deferred
  • Italian valley evacuated as cathedral-sized glacier slips
  • U.N. condemns air strikes in Yemen that reportedly killed children