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  • China says it has been in touch with Australia about detained writer
  • England's pubs to close early to tackle COVID-19 rise - The Sun
  • IAEA in wide-ranging talks with Saudi Arabia on tougher nuclear checks
  • Ugandan move to regulate online activity is tool to curb dissent ahead of polls, rights groups say
  • Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong arrested for 2019 illegal assembly
  • South Africa ready to help insurgency-hit Mozambique, if asked
  • Dozens of abandoned migrants rescued in Sahara
  • Mali's protest leader backs civilian 'rare bird' to lead transition
  • Russia completes early trials of second potential COVID-19 vaccine - Ifax
  • WHO chief scientist: 'We should see vaccine rollout by mid-2021'
  • Senegal activates emergency floods aid plan after downpour
  • New Zealand's Ardern seen cruising to victory as election contest heats up
  • EU won't leave trade deal talks with Britain: EU's Sefcovic
  • Large parts of Wales to go into lockdown
  • Belarusian opposition leaders Kolesnikova and Znak being held in custody, investigative committee says
  • Polish court lets Communist-era secret police challenge automatic pension cuts
  • Kremlin rejects Navalny poisoning accusations, sanctions talk
  • Russia doesn't plan lockdowns despite increase in coronavirus cases: Kremlin
  • Residents of Chinese border city near Myanmar test negative after coronavirus cases
  • Johnson says Brexit legislation will protect integrity of UK
  • UK science adviser: other vaccine trials also likely to be paused
  • Russia jails two Jehovah's Witnesses for four years on extremism charges, group says
  • Betrayed Macron says will continue Lebanon efforts, eyes Hezbollah
  • Congo police fire tear gas to disperse protest over Rwandan diplomat
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 814 to 250,799: RKI
  • Qatar Emir tells Kushner two-state solution needed to end Palestine-Israel conflict
  • U.S. cancels visas of more than 1,000 Chinese nationals deemed security risks
  • Belarus opposition's Tsikhanouskaya to visit Berlin, could meet Merkel
  • Mali coup, third-term bids fan fears of West African democracy backslide
  • Amnesty halts India operations, saying it is being silenced
  • Singapore to trial business traveller pass as virus curbs ease
  • WHO's Ryan: don't turn COVID-19 into "political football"
  • Jordan reports its highest number of COVID-19 cases in a single day
  • Is a chaotic Brexit looming after latest spat?
  • Police sergeant shot dead at police station in London
  • Labour leader Starmer urges voters to 'take another look' at his party
  • PM Johnson says furlough scheme keeps people in 'suspended animation'
  • Honduran finance minister tweets that he tested positive for COVID-19
  • Japan's former foreign minister touts diplomatic experience in leadership race
  • UK could impose COVID curfew on London - Evening Standard
  • Former Mali colonel Ndaw named interim president, junta leader VP
  • U.S. ambassador says Turkey ignores pharma debt at its peril
  • EU seeks urgent debate on Belarus at U.N. rights body
  • Early count points to centre-left win in Italy's Puglia regional election
  • Japan's fractured opposition unites as Suga set to succeed PM Abe
  • South Korea eases social distancing for two weeks ahead of major holiday
  • India building collapse toll climbs to 35, search and rescue efforts continue
  • Senior U.S. official to visit Taiwan this weekend amid China concerns
  • Coronavirus found on imported squid packaging in China
  • UK bill will break international law 'in limited way', minister says
  • Germany extends COVID-19 travel warning for outside Europe until Sept. 30
  • Turkey's Erdogan says COVID-19 vaccine must be for everyone
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says COVID-19 vaccinations will not be mandatory
  • Hungary to decide Saturday whether to extend loan moratorium: PM Orban
  • Putin did not discuss supplying arms in talks with Belarus leader: TASS, citing Kremlin
  • EU eyeing new sanctions on Russia over Navalny case
  • French President: response to COVID-19 resurgence must be proportionate
  • Ivory Coast government seeks end to violence ahead of October election
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya says Lukashenko has no legitimacy to sign treaties
  • Merkel paid personal visit to Kremlin critic Navalny: spokesman
  • Russian PM to visit Belarus on Thursday amid political crisis
  • Finland says pandemic spread points to 'accelerating phase'
  • Taiwan says it has Vatican assurances on China accord
  • Sudan declares three-month state of emergency over floods - SUNA
  • France reports highest number of new COVID-19 cases in a day
  • COVID-19 referendum vote 'no riskier than going to supermarket': Chilean poll chief
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko says he may have been in power too long: Russian news agencies
  • Lebanon faces hurdles to deliver cabinet on time
  • England puts Portugal back on coronavirus quarantine list
  • U.S. lawmakers quiz Disney CEO over Xinjiang connection to 'Mulan'
  • Turkey sees EU summit as chance for reset - Erdogan spokesman
  • Global coronavirus deaths rise above 'mind-numbing' million
  • Belarus accuses U.N. rights council of meddling, says it would retaliate against EU sanctions
  • Delhi police file rioting charges against government critics
  • From field to compost: French firm develops hemp face masks
  • Barred from office, outgoing Catalan leader sees regional elections in coming months
  • Iran's rial hits record low as tension spikes with the U.S.
  • WHO director warns Latin America is opening too early, COVID-19 still a risk
  • Virtual schooling in pandemic sharpens divide for Bolivia's poor
  • U.S. imposes new Iran sanctions over human rights violations
  • India's opposition parties quiz Facebook over political bias
  • Kosovo ex-commander appears before Hague court, delays war crimes plea
  • EU won't accept Britain going back on Brexit deal, Germany's Roth says - magazine
  • Greece imposes negative COVID-19 test rule for visiting Russians
  • Hundreds of Belarus protesters say they were beaten by police, demand justice
  • In bumpy U.N. dealings, Trump found backing on North Korea, isolation on Iran
  • France says number of confirmed coronavirus cases up by 8,051 over 24 hours
  • A migrant mother saw her disabled son walk into the U.S. Then he disappeared
  • Hong Kong says it will not interfere with China's arrest of 12 at sea
  • 'Big probability' of China, India defence chiefs meeting: Global Times editor
  • Could Egypt's #MeToo movement be the tinder for a 'feminist revolution'?
  • French president to go to Lithuania and Latvia amid Russia tensions
  • Chinese fishing vessels leave area near Ecuador's Galapagos
  • Greek PM: Dialogue with Turkey is important, but on peaceful terms
  • Brazil's coronavirus cases pass the four million mark: ministry
  • Chemical weapons agency: use of nerve agent is considered use of chemical weapons
  • UK may be moving too slowly to tackle COVID-19 outbreak, government adviser says
  • Kremlin: bottle in Navalny case could have been evidence, but was removed from Russia
  • South African volunteers on AstraZeneca vaccine trial say not alarmed by pause
  • Russia scrambles jets to escort U.S. bombers over Black Sea: news agencies