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  • Mayor of South Korean capital found dead after writing apology to 'everyone'
  • Vietnam redeploys tracing system in 'full force' to halt new virus contagion
  • Belarus leader, jabbing at private sector opponents before election, demands higher minimum wage
  • Spain not planning to make masks compulsory at all times, source says
  • Australia posts daily virus record, more deaths expected
  • Malaysian court hears contempt case against news portal amid media crackdown
  • Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela, dies
  • Timeline: Lebanon's ordeal - Economic and political crises since civil war
  • Sudan declares emergency in North Darfur state after violence
  • France's Macron says he is confident but cautious on EU deal
  • Hong Kong details new powers under controversial China law
  • Making masks compulsory everywhere bad for tourism, Balearic lobby group says
  • Pompeo bars two former Venezuelan officials from traveling to United States
  • Malaysian ex-PM Najib convicted on all charges in first 1MDB trial
  • China says artificial blocks to bilateral cooperation will harm India
  • Kenya police arrest prison warden over rape of patient in COVID-19 quarantine
  • Russia working on immediate Libya ceasefire with Turkey - Interfax
  • Pandemic costs Africa travel, tourism almost $55 billion
  • Magnitude 5.5 quake shakes buildings in Mexico City
  • China raises flood alert to second highest level
  • Former Pemex boss facing corruption trial leaves hospital
  • Shock and ale: electric fence keeps drinkers back from the bar in English pub
  • Namibia to close schools, limit public gatherings as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Russia, China veto Syria aid via Turkey for second time this week
  • New Genoa bridge to open in August, two years after fatal collapse
  • Ukraine to stage exercises to coincide with Russian manoeuvres
  • Jordan says to reopen airport for commercial flights next month
  • Egypt says Turkish seismic survey plans could encroach on its waters
  • Africa urged to test more as coronavirus cases exceed 500,000
  • China says U.S. consulate in Chengdu closed as of Monday morning
  • Trump administration exempts European students from coronavirus travel restrictions
  • Tight security outside U.S. Chengdu consulate after China orders closure
  • Austria's Kurz voices satisfaction after night of EU summit talks
  • India's clinical research body defends timeline for coronavirus vaccine trials
  • Magnitude 5.5 quake shakes buildings in Mexico City
  • U.S. senior diplomat complains Europe not doing enough in Libya
  • U.S. ambassador says EU criticism of Poland 'overblown'
  • Madagascar's president says two lawmakers have died from COVID-19
  • Voting amid coronavirus crisis, Singaporeans question need for foreigners
  • Sweden extends entry restrictions on visitors from outside the EU
  • Court overturns local lockdown on German slaughterhouse town
  • Explosion as fire breaks out at Iranian industrial complex
  • Nigeria restarts domestic flights amid easing coronavirus restrictions
  • UK PM to tell firms to order staff back to workplaces, Daily Mail reports
  • Guatemalan court opens process in case alleging political misconduct by VP
  • U.S. says 'deeply concerned' by Beijing's detention of Chinese law professor
  • City of London seeks confidence in transport to refill offices
  • Thai LGBT activists raise pride flag in anti-government rally
  • Romania passes law to stop COVID-19 patients from leaving hospitals
  • China says it is not afraid of any U.S. sanctions over South China Sea
  • Turkey's Halkbank to seek removal of U.S. judge in Iran sanctions case
  • Swiss warn over faulty respirators bought during COVID-19 rush
  • ‘Ugly face’: U.S. and China trade barbs in Myanmar as South China Sea rift deepens
  • Namibia to close schools, limit public gatherings as COVID-19 cases surge
  • South Korea, U.S. drills should be put off to draw North Korea into talks, nominee says
  • Israeli public health director quits, raps swift reopening of economy
  • Sun-seekers crowd Barcelona beaches, defying coronavirus stay-at-home advice
  • Ireland's chief doctor says rise in COVID-19 infections concerning
  • Vietnam reports four new COVID-19 cases; two are imported
  • Philippines confirms 11 new coronavirus deaths, 1,392 cases
  • Sudan says Ethiopia denies filling the Renaissance dam reservoir
  • Britain to spend 705 million pounds on EU border infrastructure
  • Hong Kong opposition kicks off primary elections under shadow of security law
  • Vietnam goes on coronavirus alert after first local infection in 100 days
  • China reports 43 new coronavirus cases in mainland vs 49 a day earlier
  • Man fatally shot in Venezuela gasoline protest; second such incident this month
  • Fire breaks out at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility but operations unaffected, officials say
  • Tunisia sentences woman to six months for Koranic Facebook joke
  • Green or Brown? As lockdowns lift, governments face a recovery climate choice
  • Foreign doctors' hopes for fast-track pandemic licenses in Canada fading
  • European border closures must be avoided if possible: French minister
  • Floods ravage eastern India as coronavirus infections surge
  • Serbia-Kosovo peace deal is possible, Vucic says
  • Public housing residents decry 'lockup' as Australia contains COVID-19 threat
  • U.S. adds 11 firms to economic blacklist over China's treatment of Uighurs
  • Thai youths burn image of PM as resignation calls grow
  • Portugal on high alert as firefighters battle blaze
  • UK to review potentially faulty England COVID-19 death data
  • Australia new virus cases fall, but testing blitz runs into resistance
  • Australia tightens restrictions as COVID-19 cases top 10,000
  • Cubans celebrate no local transmission of COVID-19 for first time in four months
  • Philippines reports 65 new coronavirus deaths, 836 more infections
  • UK minister: there is no silver bullet on testing to allow travel
  • Big majority of Japanese reject government tourism campaign amid new coronavirus fears: media surveys
  • Factbox: Britain imposes sanctions on Russians, Saudis, Myanmar over rights abuses
  • Prosecutor raids on Bulgarian president's offices draw public anger
  • Greece passes law regulating demonstrations, thousands march in Athens
  • Five dead, 85 wounded in car bomb attack in Syria's Azaz: Turkish state media
  • Zarif says U.S. warplane fly-by of Iranian airliner may have led to 'disaster'
  • Netanyahu's corruption trial to hear first witnesses in January
  • Kuwait bans flights to 31 'high risk' countries due to coronavirus
  • Slovenian parliament endorses coronavirus contact tracking app
  • Masks mandatory at Mickey's when Disneyland Paris reopens
  • Retired German policeman investigated over far-right threats
  • Muslims perform Eid prayers, socially distanced and masked
  • Macron taps trio to help drive coronavirus recovery
  • Cat tests positive for coronavirus in England
  • Malaysia's opposition gearing up for snap polls, says potential PM candidate
  • Opposition from Dutch PM ends first day of EU summit without deal
  • U.S. forces should quit Syria immediately, Iran president say