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  • UK-U.S. in talks to introduce 'air bridge' between London and New York: Telegraph
  • Jubilant worshippers return to Lagos mosques
  • German institute says coronavirus vaccinations could start in early 2021
  • One dead, 34 injured as Polish bus runs off highway in Hungary
  • Trump adviser sees more Arab, Muslim partners for Israel after UAE deal
  • Indonesia reports 1,877 new coronavirus infections, 79 deaths
  • Japan says concerns over Hong Kong growing, after activist Agnes Chow arrested
  • Canada says new waves of coronavirus could swamp healthcare system, send death toll soaring
  • At least 15 dead as rebels attack southern Burundi
  • Belarusian's unlikely journey from home life to opposition hero
  • Mass arrests in Ethiopia raise spectre of repressive past
  • French President: Lebanon needs reforms or will suffer more
  • 'Revolution': Angry crowds in Beirut urge Macron to help bring change
  • Former Central African Republic interim leader to run in December poll
  • Israel hails UAE deal but Palestinians - and settlers - dismayed
  • Coronavirus making it harder for Colombia's indigenous Wayuu to survive: HRW
  • Brazil death toll from COVID-19 rises to 97,256: health ministry
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says nobody will be forced to have coronavirus vaccine
  • Macron promises angry Beirut crowds aid won't go to "corrupt hands"
  • Massive blast rips through Beirut, killing 78 and injuring thousands
  • Turkey in talks with Germany, China, Russia on vaccine trials
  • At least 43 Syrians among people killed in Beirut blast: Al Mayadeen
  • Japan ruling party agrees to slimmed-down version of leadership vote
  • Lebanese environment minister resigns from government
  • U.S. health chief, visiting Taiwan, attacks China's pandemic response
  • Greece rolls out more restrictions to fight rising COVID infections
  • Despite U.S. sanctions bid, Iran aims to keep nuclear deal alive until U.S. election
  • Release arrested Belarusian opposition Council members, Polish PM says
  • Belarusian church leader calls on Lukashenko to stop violence in the country
  • Lithuania says Russia is using Belarus crisis to try to draw it closer into its orbit
  • French PM likens killing of French aid workers in Niger to 2015 Paris attacks
  • Mali PM also detained by mutinying soldiers, African Union condemns
  • Australia's Victoria reports lowest rise in COVID-19 cases in five weeks
  • Brazilian billionaire Lemann leads initiative to build COVID-19 vaccine factory
  • India to hold national college tests despite surging virus infections
  • Philippines promises 'refreshed' coronavirus approach as capital exits strict lockdown
  • Trump says he will join international aid conference call for Lebanon
  • Coronavirus in 'sustained decline' in Mexico, top official says
  • Top envoy says U.S. preparing tighter oil sanctions on Venezuela
  • Belarus to invite Russia and Ukraine to discuss alleged mercenaries: Belta
  • No Beirut blast inquiry request, says U.N. after Macron call for probe
  • ECOWAS agrees Mali's transitional government to last only one year: Nigerian presidency
  • Putin says Russia has set up force to aid Belarus leader if needed
  • Tanzania opposition names presidential candidate who survived shooting
  • Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan cautiously prepare for second reopening
  • Poll shows Swiss back $6.6 billion plan to buy new fighter jets
  • At least three migrants die as boat catches fire off Italy
  • U.N. tribunal convicts Hezbollah defendant in Hariri assassination case
  • Yemen president Hadi to head to U.S. for medical treatment, sources say
  • Special Report: Lebanon’s power struggle – why a failing state can’t get the lights on
  • Japan's former defense minister Ishiba to run in LDP leadership election: Asahi
  • Greece bans flights from Barcelona, extends COVID-19 travel restrictions
  • Russia detains YouTube blogger, accuses him of breaching secrets law
  • India sets global record with single-day rise in coronavirus cases
  • Japanese shipping company says Mauritius government has requested compensation
  • Mexican president wants graft testimony from predecessors Calderon and Pena Nieto
  • UK extends household meeting ban to the town of Preston
  • Prince Philip and royals to lead UK's VJ Day commemorations
  • Philippines' Duterte has 'huge trust' in Russia vaccine, volunteers for trial
  • Poland to shorten coronavirus quarantine period to 10 days
  • U.S. ambassador to Russia visits jailed ex-Marine Reed
  • Malaysia arrests ex-finance minister on corruption charges
  • Man stabs Israeli cop, is shot dead in Jerusalem's Old City: police
  • New statue of UK's Princess Diana to be installed next year
  • Amid tensions with Turkey, Greece in joint manoeuvres with France
  • Pompeo says 5G declaration protects Slovenia against authoritarian threats
  • Timeline: Three years on, a look at the Rohingya crisis
  • Afghan grand assembly gathers to decide fate of Taliban prisoners
  • Second wave of coronavirus could hit France in November: government advisor
  • Ireland reports highest number of new COVID-19 cases since early May
  • Belarusian army to hold drills near Poland and Lithuania: RIA
  • Humanity versus disease showcased as London's Science Museum reopens doors
  • UK government U-turns on England school exam grades after uproar
  • Jordanian police clash with protesters over union crackdown
  • French government says second coronavirus wave threatens but life must go on
  • Israel successfully tests Arrow-2 missile interceptor, says U.S. missile agency
  • France's Macron: I won't condemn cartoons of Prophet Mohammad
  • Greece calls Turkey's seismic survey in Mediterranean illegal
  • New Zealand COVID-19 outbreak grows, Australia still struggles
  • Gaza in lockdown to contain its first COVID-19 outbreak
  • Montenegro's pro-Western ruling party falls short of majority in vote
  • From golden age to war and ruin: Lebanon in turmoil as it hits 100
  • Colombia requests extradition of ex-paramilitary boss from United States
  • UAE and Israel discuss cooperation on food and water security
  • Gaza's lone power plant shuts down amid tension with Israel
  • Lebanon's president calls for two-week state of emergency in Beirut after blast
  • Belarusian protester, reported dead, says he survived police beating
  • Ireland to take 'very cautious approach' to easing COVID restrictions
  • Trump adviser O'Brien says possible poisoning of Navalny very concerning: Fox News interview
  • Montenegro's ruling DPS narrowly ahead of opposition in vote, pollster forecasts
  • Taiwan warns of accidental conflict as regional tensions rise
  • South Korea floods, landslides kill 14
  • Bahrain says UAE-Israel agreement strengthens chances of peace: BNA
  • Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi casts doubt on coronavirus originating in China
  • Australia, New Zealand tread cautiously as coronavirus lingers
  • Lebanese call for downfall of president, other officials over Beirut blast
  • Indian villagers tire of coronavirus rules just as rural cases surge
  • Nigeria to reopen for international air travel in weeks
  • Niger expands emergency across region where aid workers were killed
  • Libya's NOC welcomes oil restart proposal, calls for military withdrawal