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  • Banned Chinese scholar says guilty of emojis, not security risk in Australia
  • China reports two new COVID-19 cases vs 10 a day earlier
  • Abiding by COVID-19 curbs, Australian school kids protest in opposition to gas
  • Syria's Assad says he wants to expand Russian investments to help offset U.S. sanctions
  • Sweden, Finland and Estonia to look at new evidence on 1994 ferry sinking
  • Kremlin critic Navalny appears in public after leaving Berlin hospital
  • Extinction Rebellion protester walks runway at Dior in Paris
  • Exclusive: 'We're confident' - Russia to share legal risks of COVID-19 vaccine
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko to visit Russia on Sept. 14: RIA cites source
  • Trump and Biden take sharply different paths on immigration
  • Would-be Merkel successor Laschet loses ground in local election win
  • Exclusive: Thailand tells universities to stop students' calls for monarchy reform
  • Severe floods hit 760,000 people in West and Central Africa
  • Germany adds Vienna and Budapest to coronavirus risk list
  • Hungary could have up to 200,000 virus cases under worst-case scenario: PM
  • Less razzmatazz, but Nobel Prizes go ahead amid pandemic
  • Merkel says German coronavirus infections could hit 19,200 a day: source
  • Mainland China reports seven new COVID-19 cases vs two a day earlier
  • Australian judge quits Hong Kong court, citing national security law
  • WHO says $700 million raised so far for COVID-19 vaccines initiative for poor
  • Disney's 'Mulan' gets cold reception in boycott-leading Hong Kong
  • EU says trust needed if talks with UK are to continue
  • France expects more severe COVID cases in next 15 days
  • Hungarian protestors demand academic freedom for top arts university
  • 'Heavy-handed' arrest of pregnant anti-lockdown woman riles Australians
  • Junta to appoint Mali leader in two-year transition, proposal says
  • 'Not yet too late': France says Lebanon must act to deliver new cabinet
  • China rejects Australian accusation of foreign interference
  • Malaysia's battle against plastic waste spans beaches and city shops
  • U.S. troops to start extended exercises in Lithuania amid tensions over Belarus
  • UK's Johnson raises concerns with Turkey's Erdogan over east Med tensions
  • French PM tests negative for COVID after contact at Tour de France
  • Slovenia confirms the highest daily number of coronavirus cases
  • Turkey upset by Sarraj's plan to step down in Libya - Erdogan
  • Belarusian protest leader ripped up passport to avoid expulsion, allies say
  • U.S. ambassador to China Branstad leaving post to help Trump campaign: U.S. official
  • Iran registers record daily high in coronavirus cases - TV
  • Iran's Zarif says world should oppose U.S. sanctions or expect same
  • Pompeo announces fresh restrictions on Chinese diplomats in U.S.
  • Palestinians set to soften stance on UAE-Israel normalisation - draft statement
  • 'Hands off the children': masked men arrest protesting Belarusian students
  • Pompeo lands in Doha for launch of Afghan peace talks
  • Saudi Arabia says it busted terrorist cell trained by Iran's Revolutionary Guards
  • Russia's COVID-19 vaccine showed antibody response in initial trials
  • Allies of Kremlin critic Navalny say campaign office in Siberia attacked
  • Novichok used on Navalny 'harder' than previous forms: Spiegel
  • Greece reports first coronavirus case in Moria migrant camp on Lesbos
  • UAE congratulates Bahrain and Israel on normalisation: foreign ministry
  • Sweden to lift COVID ban on visits to care homes
  • Sri Lanka spots oil slick from fire-stricken supertanker
  • Hawaii to allow pre-travel test option to skip quarantine on arrival
  • Italy's Berlusconi breathing on his own despite COVID pneumonia
  • Hundreds of Thai students rally to demand school reform
  • Qatar Emir tells Kushner two-state solution needed to end Palestine-Israel conflict
  • Romania's ruling centrists ahead in municipal vote
  • Colombia to gradually reopen international flights from Sept. 21
  • Dozens killed in bloodiest Afghanistan clashes since peace talks began
  • In Baltics, Macron defends French dialogue with Russia
  • White House's Kudlow cites worries Britain might shut down
  • Ukraine asks EU to keep pressuring Russia on Minsk agreement
  • Hong Kong court says media tycoon Jimmy Lai not guilty of criminal intimidation in 2017 case
  • Huge blaze at Beirut port alarms residents a month after massive blast
  • Five children found dead in German flat, mother tried to kill herself
  • Russia urges all sides to show restraint over Karabakh breakaway region: Ifax
  • Netflix says it does not agree with Chinese author's views on Uighur Muslims
  • Britain warns it citizens of risk of arbitrary detention in China
  • Germany doesn't recognise Lukashenko as Belarus president after swearing in
  • Peru's Vizcarra blames lies, betrayal for turmoil as government sues to block impeachment
  • Paris attacker wanted to set Charlie Hebdo offices on fire, prosecutor says
  • Pandemic preparedness panel slams collective failure to heed warnings
  • Tibetan soldier's death near tense India-China border sheds light on covert unit
  • Vietnam police bust ring selling 'recycled condoms'
  • Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon lessens in August but remains high
  • Polish deputy minister questions independence of Dutch judges
  • Germany pushes for EU solidarity on migration - again
  • China says Australia searched homes of four Chinese journalists
  • Taiwan denounces China's 'vulgar threats' towards Czech speaker
  • Trump says U.S. will seek to stop violence between Armenia, Azerbaijan
  • Explainer: Why is Taiwan-China tension rising and what are the risks?
  • Diplomatic standoff stalls EU's Belarus sanctions plan
  • London police shooting suspect believed to have shot himself: police chief
  • Nigerian doctors strike again over benefits amid coronavirus
  • Poisoning of Russian opposition leader 'completely reprehensible': White House
  • Belarus opposition leader says authorities threatened to kill her during deportation attempt: lawyer
  • UK's Gove says EU not always constructive in trade talks
  • Police hunt for man in Birmingham after stabbings leave one dead, seven injured
  • 'Hands off the children': masked men arrest protesting Belarusian students
  • Ethiopia's Tigray region to holds poll, defying federal government
  • In occupied West Bank, Palestinian bloggers see local tourism as defiance
  • Russian, Serbian military to take part in joint military exercises in Belarus: RIA
  • China downplays role of Australia ground station in space programme
  • Iran rejects Saudi accusation it trained a terrorist cell
  • UK says will offer Germany help to investigate poisoning of Putin-critic Navalny
  • Greece ready for talks with Turkey if 'encouraging step' is pursued
  • EU weighing sanctions on 10-15 Belarus figures, U.S. official says
  • Factbox: Mediaset and more - Berlusconi's business empire
  • Turkey begins Phase III trials of Chinese coronavirus vaccine - minister
  • France puts off strategic talks with Russia over Navalny case
  • EU mission visits Venezuela in run-up to parliamentary vote
  • Bolivia refers August 2020 protests to International Criminal Court, prosecutor says