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  • Chemical weapons agency: Germany has asked for help in investigating alleged Navalny poisoning
  • Burned out and abused: French COVID-19 testers strike over work conditions
  • U.S. base commander calls Chinese Guam attack video 'propaganda'
  • Exhausted Indian doctors battle surging COVID-19 cases
  • EU eyeing new sanctions on Russia over Navalny case
  • Putin critic Navalny has come out of coma, Berlin hospital says
  • Portugal extends measures to fight coronavirus until mid-October
  • Tropical storm Nana weakens, dumps rain on Guatemala, Mexico
  • France's daily COVID-19 cases pass 10,000 for first time
  • UK reports 4,368 new cases of COVID-19
  • New COVID-19 rules could spell last orders for some British pubs
  • Paris police bans planned weekend 'Yellow Vests' protest
  • Guinea-Bissau migration agency boss arrested for alleged cocaine trafficking
  • Zimbabwe nurses end three-month strike over pay
  • UK faces soaring COVID-19 death rate unless it moves fast, medics warn
  • Madrid at 'serious risk' without tougher COVID-19 rules, health minister warns
  • Australia sends troops to help contain virus on ore ship near Port Hedland
  • After months of heartache, signs of COVID-19 easing in Brazil
  • Togo president names Victoire Tomegah-Dogbe as prime minister
  • Montenegro's president accuses Serbia of meddling in election
  • China slams Pompeo for 'spreading rumors' during South America trip
  • Russia says Navalny sanctions talk is affecting its borrowing plans
  • France's new COVID-19 cases rise by more than 7,000
  • Congolese security forces thwart rebel attempt to seize mining hub
  • Mexico's transgender community in fear after second murder
  • More than 30 killed in militia attacks in western Ethiopia
  • Bahrain opposition rejects Israel normalisation, calls for resistance
  • UAE congratulates Bahrain and Israel on normalisation: foreign ministry
  • Portugal reports 646 new coronavirus cases, record since April 20
  • Germany's Scholz calls Navalny poisoning 'brutal, murderous attack'
  • EU gives banks 18-months to cut 'excessive' reliance on UK clearers
  • Saudi coalition in Yemen launches air strikes in Sanaa: coalition-backed Yemeni forces, residents
  • Turkey at second peak of coronavirus outbreak, health minister says
  • Catalan leader says his removal, election would hamper virus response
  • Surfer killed in shark attack on Australia's tourist Gold Coast
  • Saudi Arabia sentences three to death over links to 2017 Jeddah attack
  • India says China laying cables to bolster communications at border flashpoint
  • Irish PM says focused on achieving a 'decent' EU-UK free-trade deal
  • Belarusian taxi driver who helped protester flee lights up internet
  • Austria caps private indoor gatherings at 10 people as COVID-19 advances
  • India's coronavirus infections spike again after dip
  • Russia's Lavrov calls for immediate ceasefire in Libya
  • Early count points to centre-left win in Italy's Puglia regional election
  • Britain's government defeats Labour attempt to block bill
  • Fed-up Lesbos islanders, migrants stuck waiting for Europe to decide
  • Sudan declares three-month state of emergency over floods - SUNA
  • Kremlin says Germany did not tell Moscow Navalny was poisoned with Novichok
  • Germany adds Vienna and Budapest to coronavirus risk list
  • South Korea says no use of nuclear weapons in joint operational plans with U.S.
  • G7 ministers back extension of debt freeze for poorest nations, urge reforms
  • Mali's M5-RFP coalition rejects junta's post-coup charter
  • Bad weather, COVID-19 leave over 2.6 million Malawians short of food
  • Head of UK government's legal department quits over Brexit deal threat: FT
  • Malaysia expands entry ban to U.S., UK, France pass holders
  • France's Macron says U.S. maximum pressure on Iran not working
  • Germany mulls new panel of judges to oversee intelligence agency BND -Sueddeutsche Zeitung
  • Ontario narrows COVID-19 testing, doctors call for new restrictions as virus spreads
  • Lebanese PM-designate to hold more talks in faltering bid to appoint cabinet
  • British newspaper distribution hit by Extinction Rebellion blockade
  • French COVID-19 cases jump to new daily record above 13,000
  • 'Who is our enemy?' Neutral Switzerland votes on fighter jets
  • Navalny's condition improving, police guard stepped up: Der Spiegel
  • Turkey's Oruc Reis survey vessel back near southern shore, ship tracker shows
  • Sea of Slush: Arctic sea ice lows mark a new polar climate regime
  • Colombian man dies after police stun-gun shocks, prompting protests
  • Czech Republic daily count of coronavirus cases drops to 985
  • Amid COVID testing chaos, UK says: We're trying to fix it
  • Russia to sell COVID-19 vaccine to India's Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
  • Belarus to sanction some 300 officials from Baltic states in tit-for-tat move: Belta
  • Swiss probe terrorism link to fatal stabbing of Portuguese man
  • France warns of Lebanon's collapse if no government formed
  • No evidence of sterilization of migrant Mexican women, says foreign minister
  • Kremlin says no exceptions for Belarus in repaying $1.5 billion loan
  • Trailblazing journalist Harold Evans dead at 92
  • Armed militia kills at least 15 people in western Ethiopia
  • Russia approves first COVID-19 prescription drug for sale in pharmacies
  • UAE daily coronavirus cases surge to near peak level
  • U.N. rights envoy to Myanmar says election will fail to meet standards
  • Brexit proves 'Britain's greatness' but Hungary will not follow, PM Orban says
  • Facebook blocks livestream of euthanasia campaigner's death
  • Economists stick to Brexit forecasts despite no-deal rhetoric
  • Russian landlords feel the pinch as COVID-19 hits incomes and rents
  • In break with past, UAE and Bahrain forge ties with Israel at White House
  • China accuses U.S. of racial discrimination over visa cancellations
  • Do not hand the EU power to break up Britain, says PM Johnson
  • India's coronavirus infections surge to 5.4 million
  • Khashoggi's family lawyer says verdict 'fair and deterrent'
  • UK could impose COVID curfew on London - Evening Standard
  • Germany tells Britain to "stop the games", time running out for deal
  • Dutch coronavirus testing capacity strained as cases rise
  • France's Macron urges U.N. mission to visit China's Xinjiang region
  • Twitter confirms account of PM Modi's personal website hacked
  • Britain names former Australian PM Abbott as trade adviser
  • Trump targeting WikiLeaks' Assange as 'political enemy', UK court told
  • Six killed in Burundi gun attack, weeks after similar incident
  • Mali's junta faces reality check as honeymoon phase ends
  • After referendum win, Swiss face dilemma over stalled EU treaty
  • Turkey says Saudi Arabia's Khashoggi verdict falls short of expectations
  • Russian spy chief says Western provocation cannot be ruled out in Navalny case: RIA
  • Malaysia's king to remain in hospital for follow-up treatment: palace