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  • 'Justice prevailed:' Salvadoran ex-colonel gets 133 years for priest slayings
  • Britain will not become post-Brexit 'high-subsidy regime': PM's spokesman
  • At least 100,000 Belarus protesters flood streets to demand end of Lukashenko
  • Action against COVID-19 will be different to last time, UK minister says
  • Macron tells Mali junta to hand power back to civilians quickly
  • Virus cases falling in Australia's hotspot state, restrictions may ease further
  • France urges international partners to raise pressure on Lebanese politicians
  • Exclusive: J&J seeking one-third of COVID-19 vaccine trial volunteers in hard-hit Latin America
  • Prisoners sought by Taliban on flight to Doha, peace talks this weekend
  • France will not let Lebanon down: source close to Macron
  • China's Xi tells Japan's Suga that he hopes for cooperation: state TV
  • Palestinians say Egyptian fire killed two Gaza fishermen
  • India's Taj Mahal gets first visitors as coronavirus infections climb
  • UK police intercept huge drug haul hidden in fruit
  • Russia seals another deal to supply and test its coronavirus vaccine abroad
  • Pakistani ruling party lawmaker seeks to criminalise criticism of military
  • Dawn patrol: Parisians queue in dark for COVID tests
  • Virus sows dread in India's festival season as infections cross six million
  • Germans fear Trump more than coronavirus, survey shows
  • In England, parents despair at COVID dilemma as testing system buckles
  • U.S. has no reason to doubt German view Novichok used against Navalny: source
  • Romania reports record jump in coronavirus cases
  • Two civilians die in gunfight with military police near dam protest in northern Mexico
  • Uzbeks rally behind woman who beat up harassers
  • UK minister declines to say whether Britain would abide by arbitration panel rulings
  • Poorer countries to get 120 million $5 coronavirus tests, WHO says
  • Brazil reports 10,273 coronavirus cases, 310 deaths
  • Japan's search for crew of capsized cattle ship still suspended
  • U.S., Germany among 29 nations condemning reported internet shutdowns in Belarus
  • COVID-19 forces EU lawmakers to scrap Strasbourg meeting
  • U.N. investigators say Maduro told Venezuelan intelligence 'who to target'
  • Japan coast guard rescues one man likely to be crew of capsized cattle ship
  • Azerbaijan says 12 Azeri civilians killed, 35 wounded by Armenian fire
  • Factbox: Scientists, drugmakers and traders react to AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial pause
  • 'We do our best': fuel shortages make Yemen doctors' lives even harder
  • Saudi Cabinet: International community must deal firmly with Iran's nuclear violations
  • Israel to lock down nationwide in main holiday season amid COVID-19 surge
  • Lithuania, Poland and Romania to ask EU leaders to offer trade, visa-free travel to Belarus
  • China says U.S. trying to incite instability with proposed orders to block Xinjiang imports
  • Kuwait TV cuts to Koranic verses in possible sign of death in ruling family
  • Dutch COVID-19 cases hit new weekly peak in second wave
  • Saudi King tells Trump that kingdom is eager to achieve fair solution to Palestinian issue
  • Irish PM not confident on prospects of EU/British trade deal
  • Australia's COVID-19 epicenter extends hard lockdown till late September
  • Venezuela's Guaido calls for more international pressure on Maduro
  • Syrian air defences thwart Israeli attack on Aleppo city - Syrian state TV
  • Israel tightens second-wave lockdown as PM, critics argue over protest curbs
  • French PM to end self-isolation after another negative COVID-19 test
  • British ministers prepare for social lockdown in northern Britain, London: The Times
  • Peru opposition bids to oust economy minister over COVID-19 response
  • Britain, Canada, EU throw weight behind 2030 biodiversity protection goal
  • Facebook tells Irish court that probe threatens its EU operations - newspaper
  • UK's Johnson says he is fit as a butcher's dog after losing weight
  • Italy's Berlusconi breathing on his own despite COVID pneumonia
  • EU's Barnier says bloc stepping up no-deal Brexit preparations
  • UK PM Johnson says EU has not taken 'revolver' off table in trade deal talks
  • Lebanon faces hurdles to deliver cabinet on time
  • Kenya's WTO candidate says she will focus on climate change if selected
  • India's coronavirus infections spike again after dip
  • Early count points to centre-left win in Italy's Puglia regional election
  • U.S. blacklists individuals, entities linked to leader of Russia's IRA
  • Khashoggi's family lawyer says verdict 'fair and deterrent'
  • Severe floods hit 760,000 people in West and Central Africa
  • Myanmar police detain student protesters in Rakhine state
  • Flying Dutchman: Cargoes of Iranian fuel seized by U.S. remain at sea
  • Two civilians die in gunfight with military police near dam protest in northern Mexico
  • Putin and Belarus's Lukashenko to meet on Monday, Kremlin says
  • Philippine police, military disown fake Facebook accounts
  • Czechs order masks indoors as daily cases top 1,000 for first time
  • Germany says only a little time is left in Brexit divorce deal talks
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine could be on the market by end of 2020: Italy minister
  • Yemen Houthis block flights to Sanaa as economic warfare rages
  • Former commanders of Colombia's demobilized FARC rebels apologise for kidnappings
  • Jordan reports its highest number of COVID-19 cases in a single day
  • Swiss probe terrorism link to fatal stabbing of Portuguese man
  • Turkey's Erdogan calls on Armenians to stand against leadership amid clashes with Azerbaijan
  • U.S., UK sign agreement on artificial intelligence
  • Britain says considering 'fall back options' on Northern Ireland Brexit problems
  • Families of captured Hong Kong activists demand their return
  • South Koreans urged to avoid a surge of coronavirus over harvest holiday
  • UK Northern Ireland minister defends legislation that breaches EU deal
  • Mayor of Bogota, Colombia, calls for reconciliation after deadly protests
  • Greece reports 372 new coronavirus cases, highest daily tally so far
  • Russia presses Germany for more detail on Navalny, urges 'transparency'
  • Austria to welcome skiers, but dancing on bars is off the menu
  • Seoul city seeks $4 million in damages from church over new COVID-19 outbreak
  • 'Substantial chance' Russian officials behind Navalny poisoning: U.S.'s Pompeo
  • Turkey denies claim that it shot down an Armenian warplane
  • Incidents in UK's Birmingham look to be related: Mayor
  • Severe floods hit 760,000 people in West and Central Africa
  • Russia says Navalny sanctions talk is affecting its borrowing plans
  • Italy's Berlusconi has slight lung infection, doctor says
  • Australian, British aid workers killed in blast in Solomon Islands
  • Hungary's Orban rejects criticism over rule of law, says he is a 'freedom fighter'
  • Two Myanmar soldiers taken to the Hague after confessing to Rohingya killings: reports
  • UK's Johnson says he is fit as a butcher's dog after losing weight
  • Czech PM Babis: we do not want to lock down economy despite coronavirus spike
  • Man accused of slashing pregnant wife's stomach 'to check gender'
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Armenia must withdraw from Azeri lands
  • Taiwan urges China to show restraint amid military tensions