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  • New Zealand's Ardern and Collins make final pleas to voters before election
  • Somali women's basketball team defy prejudice, hostility
  • France reports over 25,000 new coronavirus infections in past 24 hours
  • Thailand seeks Red Bull heir extradition after Interpol 'red notice'
  • China uses new tactic in campaign against Taiwan with spy accusations
  • Bulgaria says North Macedonia must address historical issues or face delay on EU path
  • Brace for take off: Berlin's much-delayed airport to open in industry crisis
  • France reviews options for tighter COVID-19 restrictions: sources
  • Busy Damascus cemetery points to higher pandemic death toll in Syria
  • Kremlin says Russia, U.S., France drawing up joint statement on Karabakh crisis: Ifx
  • Kidnapped Mali politician, French aid worker and two Italians freed
  • Greece says Turkey lacks credibility after new sail to disputed waters
  • Business as usual? Scant enforcement of Madrid's new lockdown
  • UK's Johnson tells ministers he wants a trade deal on 'right terms'
  • Kurdish officials say they foiled attack on diplomats in northern Iraq
  • France's Macron: support for Cyprus, Greece but willing to talk to Turkey
  • Several injured in Vienna shooting, police say
  • Australian police probe alleged Vatican funds transfer amid Pell trial
  • India's federal police to probe alleged gang rape of woman who died of injuries: statement
  • Belarus says arson attack on police office in Mozyr was act of terrorism: Belta
  • Thousands, including indigenous people, march in peaceful Colombia protests
  • Polish PM to recommend tightest virus rules for whole country
  • Testing of Oxford vaccine will continue after volunteer dies, Brazil health authority says
  • Czechs shut culture, sports venues, limit restaurants as COVID-19 cases surge
  • First Jerusalem-born American gets U.S. passport that lists 'Israel' as birthplace
  • Kyrgyzstan ends state of emergency as nationalist consolidates power
  • Wary of security issues, Japan's government moves to shut China out of its drone supply chain
  • Delhi stops displaying notices at homes of COVID-19 patients because of stigma
  • Factbox: What does Libya's ceasefire deal contain?
  • 50 U.S. senators call for talks on trade agreement with Taiwan
  • U.S. air strike kills five Taliban fighters: official
  • Poles protest as abortion ruling expected to take effect
  • Italy condemns detention of fishermen seized off eastern Libya
  • 'Extremely damaging' no deal in Brexit trade talks would cut Bentley's profits
  • Jordan's King Abdullah swears in new government to speed reforms
  • Macron says French fisherman accept situation will change after Brexit
  • Factbox: Britain talks of Aussie-style trade deal with EU. But what is it?
  • Four men on trial over death of 39 Vietnamese migrants in UK truck container
  • Prague cafe hits sweet spot with coronavirus-shaped dessert
  • EU lawmakers award rights prize to Belarus opposition
  • EU's Barnier says Brexit divorce deal an 'absolute priority' for EU
  • New Brexit deal not possible unless last one respected, EU official says
  • Irish officials warn of 'exponential' growth in COVID-19
  • Civilians killed as Nagorno-Karabakh conflict deepens
  • Armenia's Pashinyan, France's Macron share phone call: government
  • Russia, USA to hold talks on strategic stability on Oct. 5: TASS
  • Mid-October still goal for EU trade deal, says UK PM's spokesman
  • European Parliament set for tight vote on 'historic' climate law
  • Italian region bans parties for 'stupid' Halloween
  • On a tightrope: Bulgarian circus defies odds during COVID pandemic
  • Exclusive: Process to elect ICC war crimes prosecutor stalls amid U.S. sanctions
  • Biden says he would expand sanctions on Belarus president's 'henchmen'
  • China accuses U.S. of deflecting blame as diplomatic row shifts to climate
  • Several injured in Vienna shooting, police say
  • Moldovan presidential election heading for runoff as pro-EU challenger leads
  • EU official denies FT Tweets on Brexit trade talks breakthrough
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial Brazil volunteer dies, trial to continue
  • Gunfire and barricades in Guinea as president heads for third term
  • Iran’s oil minister says Tehran's oil industry will not yield to U.S pressure: tweet
  • China's Communist party leadership says to promote Taiwan's reunification with mainland: Xinhua
  • U.S. suspends Turkey visa services after reports on potential attacks
  • Two foreign ministers test positive for COVID-19 after EU meeting
  • Pompeo wraps up Asia tour in Vietnam following prisoner release
  • UK says Brexit talks situation remains unchanged
  • Jordan returns to weekend lockdown as COVID-19 cases mount
  • Poland reports over 8,000 new coronavirus cases
  • Israeli parliament approves deal establishing ties with UAE
  • China's Xi says intends to deepen relations with North Korea: KCNA
  • China denies 'coercive' diplomacy with Canada, urges release of Huawei executive
  • Erdogan tells EU's Michel that progress needed on improving Turkey-EU ties
  • Death of U.S. embassy employee in Ukraine may be crime or accident: Ukrainian official
  • Cut from the same cloth, Nigerian waste fabric becomes art
  • Police in Belarus detained 186 people at protests on Monday: TASS cites ministry
  • Egyptian designer tailors clothing brand for people with disabilities
  • U.S. to base Coast Guard cutters in western Pacific in response to China
  • "Rebirth": Chileans vote by millions to tear up Pinochet's constitution
  • Germany slams Turkey for sending survey ship to eastern Mediterranean
  • Nagorno-Karabakh reports about 23 more losses on Wednesday: ministry
  • Human rights lawyers sue Trump administration over 'unconstitutional' ICC sanctions
  • U.S. dismantles global disinformation campaign tied to Iran: Justice Department
  • North Korea prepares for military parade despite coronavirus concern; Kim may speak
  • Factbox: Industry reaction to UK PM Johnson's Brexit statement
  • Harry and Meghan decry 'crisis of hate' in social media
  • Europe's green tech key to climate change fight, Belgium says
  • Israeli minister says normalisation deals need U.S. president tough on Iran
  • Japan PM's meddling in science panel a 'dangerous direction': scholars
  • Motive of attacker in Lyon shooting still unknown: mayor
  • Sudan’s normalization with Israel depends on legislative approval: minister
  • Thousands in Warsaw join biggest protest so far against abortion ruling
  • Belgium's former King meets estranged daughter for first time
  • Cabbies and office workers: Meet Singapore's ordinary royals
  • U.S. removal of Sudan from 'sponsors of terrorism' list is step toward debt relief: IMF
  • Spanish opposition rejects far-right's no-confidence vote on PM Sanchez
  • Czech PM Babis urges EU leaders to discuss pandemic shortfalls
  • Iran imposes new restrictions to stem coronavirus spread: Rouhani
  • U.N. chief: time for national plans to help fund global COVID-19 vaccine effort
  • Kyrgyz PM Japarov says he is assuming presidential powers
  • Ivory Coast President Ouattara wins re-election with 94.27% vote
  • UK foreign minister Raab says hopeful of closing gap in EU talks before summit
  • Kidnapped politician, French aid worker to be freed in Mali prisoner swap