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  • U.S., Belgium strike 'preclearance' deal for U.S.-bound air passengers in Brussels
  • Israel deal protects Bahrain's interests amid Iran threat, minister says
  • Factbox: Foreign journalists forced to leave China as diplomatic tensions worsen
  • Assange lawyer says she saw Trump ally offer to arrange pardon
  • UK records 3,539 new COVID-19 cases, up from 2,919
  • Lebanese Christian party offers idea to resolve dispute over new cabinet
  • Palestinians set to soften stance on UAE-Israel normalisation - draft statement
  • France's Macron says to seek common EU position on Turkey
  • Queen applauds photographers who captured lockdown Britain
  • China says hopes Armenia, Azerbaijan resolve differences via talks
  • France's Le Drian: We must not let the guard down in Mali
  • Philippine court to hear appeal against early release of U.S. Marine convicted of killing transgender woman
  • Marseille's hospitals back on crisis footing as coronavirus spreads again in France
  • Armenia ends state of emergency but some restrictions to remain until January
  • Brazil registers 829 new coronavirus deaths
  • Asked about Biden criticism, UK says Northern Irish peace deal not at risk
  • German economy minister ends quarantine after negative COVID-19 results
  • Bolivian court denies former leader Morales' bid to be Senate candidate
  • Iranian judge in Romania committed suicide, prosecutors say
  • UK reports 30 new COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, compared to 3 on Monday
  • Australia COVID-19 hotspot records fewest cases since June
  • Chinese fishing fleet off Peru stirs up diplomatic waters as navy monitors
  • Spain calls for ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan
  • Belarusian protest leader ripped up passport to avoid expulsion, allies say
  • Turkey's Erdogan, France's Macron discuss Eastern Mediterranean tensions
  • France says Lebanese political forces must form govt without delay
  • Pakistan opens criminal probes into 50 pilots, 5 civil aviation officials - sources
  • Exclusive: EU chair Germany proposes adherence to rule of law as key to getting bloc's cash
  • World must scale up clinical trials to address COVID-19, WHO says
  • Intelligence helps Namibia turn tide against rhino poachers, government says
  • Belarusian police use tear gas, stun grenades against protesters: TASS
  • U.S. has no reason to doubt German view Novichok used against Navalny: source
  • In Paris knife attack one suspect Pakistani, one Algerian: police source
  • Dutch coronavirus cases reach new daily high at 2,544: health authorities
  • Scotland's Sturgeon says tougher COVID-19 restrictions on the way
  • German police raid meatpacking industry over illegal workers
  • Stretched to the limit, Spanish medics demand better conditions
  • Mainland China reports eight new COVID-19 cases versus 10 a day earlier
  • Be courageous in diplomacy, EU chief says, proposing new sanctions
  • Britain will not withdraw legislation as EU asks, says Gove
  • Militia enters city unopposed in east Congo, surrounds prison
  • U.S. lawmakers quiz Disney CEO over Xinjiang connection to 'Mulan'
  • Germany says no Russian request to send investigators for Navalny case
  • Iran's new coronavirus cases exceed 450,000: Health Ministry
  • Iran and Iraq commit to boosting border cooperation and trade
  • COVID-19 outbreak hits EU patrol boat docked in Italy
  • China says questioning of Australian journalists part of normal law enforcement
  • Trump again raises idea of decoupling economy from China
  • Spanish princess quarantined after classmate diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Netherlands records 3,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours, new record
  • EU must rise to challenge on migration, EU Commission chief says
  • Tankers carrying Iranian fuel begin entering Venezuelan waters - data
  • Protesters scuffle with police at London anti-lockdown demo
  • UK, EU negotiators have useful review, Brexit differences persist, UK PM's spokesman says
  • Man sets himself on fire outside police station in Belarus: ministry
  • Belarus to sanction some 300 officials from Baltic states in tit-for-tat move: Belta
  • Afghan peace negotiators set to fly to Doha on Thursday: reconciliation council spokesman
  • Timeline: Anwar pushes to replace PM as Malaysia power struggle intensifies
  • Crises pile up in Sudan as aid slows and prices soar
  • Panama to pay $1.9 million for WHO COVID-19 vaccine program
  • Factbox: Continuity and reforms: Japan PM hopeful Suga's key policies
  • Philippines extends partial coronavirus curbs in Manila until Oct 31
  • Pink coffins mark growing death toll of Congo gold mine collapse
  • Brazil COVID-19 cases rise to almost four million, death toll 123,780: ministry
  • UK police arrest man over stabbings in Birmingham
  • Belarus police detain at least 10 protesters in Minsk - TASS
  • COVID-19 cases rise in Canada, schools to put pressure on testing system
  • Saudi Arabia sentences three to death over links to 2017 Jeddah attack
  • Philippine president pardons U.S. Marine jailed for transgender killing
  • 'My life's work': Venezuelan union leader vows to defend workers after pardon
  • Two Myanmar soldiers taken to the Hague after confessing to Rohingya killings: reports
  • Japan's Suga wins party leadership race, headed for premiership
  • Protests flare in Libya's Benghazi over power cuts, living conditions
  • Azerbaijan's parliament approves martial law, curfews: president's aide
  • Belarus does not rule out 'forceful response' to military threats: TASS cites defence ministry
  • Explainer: Wrangling over Northern Ireland threatens Brexit, again
  • Charlie Hebdo survivor: gunmen said 'Allahu akbar', then shot me
  • Greece resettling stranded migrants to tent camp on Lesbos
  • Japan foreign minister Motegi to retain post in new cabinet: Kyodo
  • Three Somali special forces killed, U.S. officer wounded in car bomb, Somali official says
  • Two dead as destructive storm Ianos hits central Greece
  • Russia doesn't plan lockdowns despite increase in coronavirus cases: Kremlin
  • Police in Belarus arrest at least 53 people: activists
  • Libyan interior minister restored to post after talks
  • Thai republic hashtag trends as frustration surges among protesters
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko begins talks with Putin in Russia's Sochi: TASS
  • Japan lawmakers call for military drills with U.S. around disputed islets
  • Factbox: Mediaset and more - Berlusconi's business empire
  • Philippines adds Australia's CSL as potential vaccine source
  • Mexico creating 100 millionaires with presidential jet 'raffle'
  • China calls for global 'green revolution' as Trump goes solo on climate
  • Syria shoots down 'Israeli rockets' aimed at Tiyas airport:state news agency
  • Two-thirds of Japan public support new PM Suga, polls show
  • UK schools should remain open during second wave, minister says
  • Australia's daily coronavirus tally falls to lowest in more than three months
  • Factbox: Britain imposes six-month curbs against second COVID wave
  • UK foreign minister dismisses report on diverting aid spending to defence
  • Afghan negotiators to discuss reduction of violence in Taliban talks
  • Slovak conservatives hope to tighten abortion law, rights groups protest
  • Turkey's Erdogan, Germany's Merkel discuss east Mediterranean