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  • Mexico's COVID-19 death toll could surpass 30,000: deputy health minister
  • Ivory Coast says Burkina Faso national led deadly attack against army
  • Former South Africa president Zuma appears in court for resumed graft trial
  • Trauma, abuse for Thai elephants taught tricks for tourists, charity says
  • Fuel from Russian Arctic spill reaches large lake, says governor
  • Mexico's coronavirus death toll surpasses 10,000
  • Governor of Japan's capital and rival to PM to seek new term
  • Gunmen ambush Mali army convoy, soldiers killed: residents
  • Tens of thousands join Black Lives Matter protest in London
  • Pakistan accuses India of funding militants as diplomatic relations dive
  • Shaman critical of Putin loses bid to end enforced psychiatric treatment
  • Ready to roll: Zimbabwe cigar venture eyes smokers at home and abroad
  • Timeline: From reform hopes to brutal crackdown - China's Tiananmen protests
  • Too early to exclude travellers from UK coronavirus quarantine: testing coordinator
  • India calls in army to run facilities in Delhi as cases surge
  • One person killed in St Petersburg hospital fire: agencies
  • Mainland China reports seven new confirmed, one asymptomatic COVID-19 cases
  • Brazil minister quits as Supreme Court sends message to Bolsonaro
  • Irish parties ink deal to bring Greens into new coalition government
  • UK says expects United States to continue to protect media freedoms
  • Irish PM expects coalition deal in next couple of days
  • Factbox: Some options open to Trump in response to Hong Kong crisis
  • Jailed 'Wolf Pack' members sentenced for another sex crime in Spain
  • India, Pakistan to expel embassy staff in tit-for-tat spy row
  • Australia's most populous state files suit to stop Black Lives Matter protest
  • Japan halts deployment of Aegis Ashore missile defence system
  • Coronavirus-induced border bottlenecks slow food deliveries in East Africa
  • Myanmar jails doctor for insulting monks over sex education
  • Poland plans no new restrictions despite hike in coronavirus infections
  • China asks Canada to investigate pests found in logs
  • America's rivals return fire on human rights after U.S. protests
  • Brazil registers 21,432 additional coronavirus cases, 654 deaths
  • Kazakhstan locks down two towns over coronavirus
  • Beijing reports 13 new COVID-19 cases for June 22 vs nine a day earlier
  • Russia says new coronavirus cases at lowest since April 30
  • China, scientists dismiss Harvard study suggesting COVID-19 was spreading in Wuhan in August
  • Chile surpasses 100,000 cases of coronavirus: health minister
  • Beijing ramps up testing capacity, reaching a third of city's population so far
  • Death toll from Mexican quake rises to 10 as residents clear rubble
  • Britain's Labour leader says PM Johnson is 'asleep at the wheel'
  • Canadian Mounted Police to seek body cameras to 'enhance trust,' accountability
  • Don't celebrate victory over coronavirus too soon, Pope tells Italians
  • U.S. troops are in Europe to defend transatlantic security, German ambassador says
  • Nine years of war. Nine portraits of kids who dream of home
  • Canada over worst of coronavirus outbreak, U.S. spike a cause for concern: Trudeau
  • U.S. wary of Egypt truce effort in Libya, wants former Danish PM to lead U.N. peace bid
  • Rain stops play for COVID-hit Paris cafes
  • Leopold not to blame for Congo abuse, Belgian king's brother says
  • Turkish police block lawyers marching to Ankara against bill
  • Congo announces end of Ebola outbreak in east, second deadliest on record
  • Confronting a bygone era, London removes slave trader statue
  • Panama names new health minister as pandemic intensifies
  • Canada's Trudeau, opposition leaders vow to fight racism at home
  • Amazon forest fires could increase risk of serious coronavirus infections
  • No indication Glasgow attack was terrorism: security source
  • Up to 12 infected in Congo's new Ebola outbreak: WHO
  • WHO calls for Brazil to better coordinate efforts against coronavirus
  • China loses appetite for salmon, seafood on virus contamination worries
  • Saudi Arabia reopens mosques with strict regulations for worshippers
  • Australia can confidently respond to new COVID-19 outbreaks: Morrison
  • Mexican president makes economic case for risky Trump visit
  • Police pepper spray Hong Kongers defying ban to mark Tiananmen
  • India, China accuse each other of violating de facto border
  • Australia begins probe into Rio's destruction of Aboriginal site
  • Growth in young Irish COVID-19 cases 'a real concern': chief doctor
  • French coronavirus deaths rise by 21 to 29,752
  • French mortality rate in May below previous years despite epidemic
  • Iraqi officials release Iran-backed militiamen arrested last week
  • For Syrian family with 16 children, life at Turkish border only gets harder
  • Caribbean chokes on monster Saharan dust cloud headed toward the U.S.
  • U.S. urges North Korea to 'refrain from further counterproductive actions'
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says armed forces exist to defend democracy
  • Venezuela criticizes U.S. 'provocation' after navy operation
  • Japan lifts coronavirus travel curbs to help economy bounce back
  • Biden criticizes Trump for inaction over reported Russian bounties
  • Russia says Libya ceasefire in tatters, situation deteriorating: agencies
  • City of Moscow revises up its coronavirus death toll for April after criticism
  • Spain says PM off to Africa, EU's list of safe nations ready soon
  • Mexican finance minister gets coronavirus, bringing infection close to president
  • Rights groups urge U.N. to investigate U.S. 'police violence'
  • 'Astonishing' giant circle of pits found near Stonehenge
  • U.S.-China tech war bigger risk than coronavirus, EU chamber chief says
  • Some business travel to Thailand may resume next month, official says
  • Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
  • Turkey says no issues with Russia on Libya after talks delayed
  • Canada to mandate temperature checks for airline passengers, Trudeau says
  • Tourists dip their toes in water as top Mexican beach getaway reopens
  • Do I wear a mask? Catch me at the grocery store, says Merkel
  • India says to join June 23 trilateral meeting with Russia, China
  • UK committed to working with stats watchdog over virus, says PM's spokesman
  • Beijing reports 13 new COVID-19 cases for June 22 vs nine a day earlier
  • Germany's Merkel calls for reconciliation after 'terrible' Floyd murder
  • Biden criticizes Trump for inaction over reported Russian bounties
  • U.S. urges North Korea to 'refrain from further counterproductive actions'
  • Denmark arrests six people suspected of tax fraud, money laundering
  • Trump to meet with Poland's Duda at White House next week
  • Growth in young Irish COVID-19 cases 'a real concern': chief doctor
  • Black Lives Matter rallies Papuan activists in Indonesia
  • U.N. says Libya sides agree to truce talks
  • U.S. senators urge funding for internet access during pandemic