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  • Russia resumes international flights with Egypt, UAE andMaldives
  • Iran's Zarif says wrestler Afkari executed for murder, not role in unrest
  • Israeli who killed Palestinian baby, parents gets life imprisonment
  • Exclusive: Japan ruling coalition partner Komeito indicates it does not want snap election
  • Navalny ally says Russian investigation would show Putin responsible for poisoning
  • Australia's COVID-19 cases hit eight-day high, restrictions may linger
  • Russia seals another deal to supply and test its coronavirus vaccine abroad
  • 'Health catastrophe': Argentine provinces strain as coronavirus cases top 500,000
  • South Korea's new coronavirus cases sink to three-week low amid tight restrictions
  • Zimbabwe to gradually re-open schools from October 26
  • Syrian businessman long allied with Assad calls on him to put end to dismantling his charities
  • Germany urges Russia to probe Novichok attack on Putin critic
  • U.N. rights chief discussing visit to Xinjiang with China
  • French COVID testers to strike over 'wartime' conditions
  • Spanish nursing home residents greet friends, family from behind windows
  • Britain will seek to use treaty breaching powers if EU acts in bad faith
  • Taiwan president praises 'heroic' pilots who intercepted Chinese jets
  • UK may be moving too slowly to tackle COVID-19 outbreak, government adviser says
  • Pakistani police hunt for gang rape suspects as protests held across country
  • Sex workers say Brussels prostitution ban drives them underground
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll rises above 25,000: health ministry
  • Myanmar reports highest COVID-19 daily toll, with 307 new cases
  • Turkey says conditions conducive to launching talks with Greece
  • U.S. charges New York City police officer with acting as illegal agent of China
  • Armed men kill at least a dozen civilians in northeast Congo
  • Russia urges Germany to share Navalny's medical information: foreign ministry
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya says new elections must be held before, not after, new constitution
  • Taiwan president praises 'heroic' pilots who intercepted Chinese jets
  • Philippines to prioritise coronavirus vaccine supply from Russia or China
  • Britain must get serious on Brexit talks, German EU presidency says
  • UAE official says Israel accord should dispel doubts over F-35 sale
  • Canary Islands aim for quick tourist testing to save winter season
  • In coronavirus vaccine race, China inoculates thousands before trials are completed
  • German breeding piglet prices slump after swine fever found
  • Police clear climate protesters from square near Swiss parliament
  • Belarus police detain at least 10 protesters in Minsk - TASS
  • Chinese city near Myanmar border to test all residents after coronavirus cases
  • Mexico asks U.S. for answers about alleged migrant detention abuse
  • Slovakia bans most public cultural, sports events over COVID-19
  • Hungary to decide Saturday whether to extend loan moratorium: PM Orban
  • Italy's Berlusconi leaves hospital after 'dangerous' COVID-19 battle
  • Iran's Rouhani says U.S. faces defeat in bid to reimpose U.N. sanctions
  • Britain criticises China over Xinjiang and Hong Kong
  • China's People's Daily defends right not to carry U.S. envoy's op-ed
  • German foreign, economy ministers in quarantine after coronavirus contacts
  • Japan's fractured opposition unites as Suga set to succeed PM Abe
  • Trump says U.S. dealing well with 'tough,' 'smart' Taliban
  • Kosovo war crimes tribunal arrests first suspect, former KLA leader
  • Iran calls for immediate end to the conflict between Armenia, Azerbaijan: TV
  • U.N. rights envoy to Myanmar says election will fail to meet standards
  • Barnier's comments are misleading on Britain's trade talks position, says PM's spokesman
  • Iraq to bar pilgrims over COVID-19 fears
  • Palestinians fire rockets at Israel, wounding two, during White House ceremony
  • Floods kill at least 13 and injure 19 in Burkina Faso
  • Malaysia power struggle set to drag on as king recuperates in hospital
  • Belarus warns EU against inviting Lukashenko's rival to meeting
  • France urges international partners to raise pressure on Lebanese politicians
  • No other option but for Navalny to return to Russia, says spokeswoman
  • Tires and oil on fire at Beirut port, military source says
  • Lithuania fears Lukashenko will sign away Belarus independence to Russia
  • Denmark's COVID-19 reproduction rate falls despite spike in new infections
  • Trump and Biden take sharply different paths on immigration
  • Kosovo awarding Trump its highest honor after Serb economic deal
  • French President: response to COVID-19 resurgence must be proportionate
  • British PM Johnson defends test and trace system to tackle coronavirus
  • Tropical storm Nana weakens, dumps rain on Guatemala, Mexico
  • China's Xi honours COVID-19 'heroes', as focus shifts to economic recovery
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya to tell Macron she wants new elections in 2020
  • Asia summits under way amid U.S.-China friction
  • Belarus opposition's Maxim Znak declares hunger strike in jail
  • U.S. troops to stay longer in Lithuania, defence minister says
  • UK says Russia must explain why Putin critic Navalny was poisoned with Novichok
  • England adds seven Greek islands to coronavirus quarantine list
  • Japan says it will bear cost of coronavirus vaccines for populace
  • Senegal activates emergency floods aid plan after downpour
  • Russia says it hopes China and India find quick solution to border tensions
  • Greece ready for talks with Turkey if 'encouraging step' is pursued
  • Singapore reports fewest daily COVID-19 cases in nearly six months
  • Turkish critics want harder line from visiting head of European court
  • Brazil to join COVAX vaccine facility, as Chile, Israel, UAE also sign up
  • Afghan peace talk negotiators hold first direct session in Doha
  • Man sets himself on fire outside police station in Belarus: ministry
  • British bird group issues gag order over Taiwan-China issue
  • We make the rules, Portugal tells U.S. after China threats
  • UK judge rejects Assange bid to delay U.S. extradition case
  • Timeline: Anwar pushes to replace PM as Malaysia power struggle intensifies
  • Brazil registers 987 new deaths due to coronavirus
  • Indian and Chinese defense ministers set for meeting in Moscow over border row
  • China foreign ministry will make 'legitimate responses' to U.S. curbs on diplomats
  • Travellers snap up Asian airlines' scenic 'flights to nowhere'
  • PM Johnson says furlough scheme keeps people in 'suspended animation'
  • Burned out and abused: French COVID-19 testers strike over work conditions
  • With EU help, Taiwan gets rare win in China naming dispute
  • Energy markets on edge over Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict
  • India reports record daily jump of 95,735 coronavirus cases
  • Macron to meet Belarus opposition leader in Vilnius on Tuesday, Elysee says
  • Russia seals another deal to supply and test its coronavirus vaccine abroad
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya to tell Macron she wants new elections in 2020
  • Top U.S. diplomat for East Asia calls China 'lawless bully'
  • Police clear climate protesters from square near Swiss parliament