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  • New Zealand parliament dissolution delayed following COVID-19 outbreak, local broadcaster 1NEWS says
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 436 to 216,327: RKI
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys explosive-laden drone, boat launched by Yemen's Houthis: SPA
  • U.S. announces nearly $204 million in additional humanitarian assistance for?Iraq
  • UK government subsidises 35 million restaurant meals
  • Pompeo discusses Libyan conflict, Iran with UAE counterpart
  • Landslide kills 15 in southern India, more than 50 feared trapped
  • Special Report: Almost Home - COVID-19 ensnares elderly ICE detainee from Canada
  • Thai police arrest rappers and other activists over protests
  • Piles of cash in viral video stoke bribery scandal in Mexico
  • Former king Juan Carlos decides to leave Spain amid corruption allegations
  • Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided to resign, source says
  • As coronavirus surges, Spain's back-to-school plans under fire
  • Mali's neighbours tell junta to transfer power to transitional government
  • EU raps Belarus over election violence, says may take measures
  • Developments in east Mediterranean 'extremely worrying', EU says
  • Japan's Shinzo Abe sought to revive economy, fulfil conservative agenda
  • Timeline: Thailand's turbulent politics since 2014 military coup
  • Former Ukrainian premier Tymoshenko tests positive for coronavirus
  • Ireland says fresh COVID-19 spike 'deeply concerning'
  • Peru president names ex-defense minister Walter Martos as new prime minister
  • U.S. backs EU probe of Russian opposition leader's illness: Pompeo
  • Migrant woman with coronavirus gives birth on board a helicopter
  • Scared by Skopje flight, Finland to mandate COVID-19 tests for travellers
  • Death follows refugee family from Syrian war to Beirut blast
  • New Zealand coalition partner calls for vote delay due to COVID-19
  • Factbox: The Charlie Hebdo attackers and their alleged accomplices
  • Governor of Brazil's Sao Paulo state says no longer has coronavirus
  • French city tells shoppers: wear masks outside or pay fine
  • Coronavirus crisis threatens to unravel Japanese artist's kimono ambitions
  • Train derails in northern Italy, three injured
  • Amazon blazes burn forest, farmland and threaten homes
  • Macron says aid to blast-stricken Lebanon will not go to 'corrupt hands'
  • Hundreds of prisoners flee before Afghan forces end Islamic State jail siege
  • Lebanon's Aoun says aid will go where needed
  • Bougainville's youth pursue break from bloody past at presidential vote
  • 'Filth': Mexican president blasts purported cash bribes seen in viral video
  • South Korea, U.S. to hold smaller military drills due to coronavirus
  • Britain to provide five million pounds of aid to Beirut: Raab
  • Thai PM asks student protesters 'not to create chaos'
  • South Korea closes most schools in Seoul area to battle resurgent coronavirus
  • State Department: We're responsible for Russian, Iranian text message campaign
  • Mauritania names new PM after previous cabinet resigns amid corruption probe
  • Belarus election was not free and fair, U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo says
  • Syria says two killed, seven wounded in Israeli missile attack
  • Egypt passes law shielding sex crime victims' identities
  • Brazil registers 620 new deaths and 23,101 new cases of coronavirus
  • Mountain village landslides kill 16 in Nepal, sweep away homes
  • Biggest Thai protest in years puts pressure on government
  • Japan's Abe says wants to do his best at job, amid worries over health
  • Deal with EU will not be easy, time is short: UK negotiator Frost
  • Death toll from northern Turkey flash floods rises to six: Anadolu
  • Eldest son of Brazil's president tests positive for COVID-19
  • Belarus launches criminal case into opposition council: RIA
  • Lebanon faces 'biggest danger', needs elections, says patriarch
  • 'Barbaric' horse killings put French countryside on alert
  • Belarus to invite Russia and Ukraine to discuss alleged mercenaries: Belta
  • German prosecutors probe possible death of suspended Volkswagen employee
  • Three men killed in north Lebanon shooting, security sources say
  • Gambia imposes curfew as coronavirus cases surge 60% in a week
  • U.S. eyes October deadline to end exemptions on Venezuela oil sanctions: sources
  • Taiwan warns of accidental conflict as regional tensions rise
  • Indonesia reports 2,719 new COVID-19 cases, biggest daily increase
  • Saudi-led coalition intercepts a ballistic missile launched towards Najran
  • Britain's Queen Elizabeth pays tribute on 75th anniversary of Japan's WW2 defeat
  • Despite U.S. sanctions bid, Iran aims to keep nuclear deal alive until U.S. election
  • After dining ban, takeaway waste clutters Hong Kong's pavements, parks and waterways
  • UK-U.S. in talks to introduce 'air bridge' between London and New York: Telegraph
  • Philippines confirms 3,249 new coronavirus infections, 97 deaths
  • Israel holds tender for flight to United Arab Emirates next week
  • Protesters hold seventh anti-Kremlin march over detained governor
  • Brazil's court rules government must protect tribes from coronavirus
  • Belarusian opposition politician calls for more strikes to force new elections
  • Venezuela environment groups say they are barred from joining oil spill cleanup
  • Three killed, 41 wounded in Taliban truck bomb in Afghanistan
  • 'I am Taiwanese,' Czech speaker says, angering China
  • Mali's coup leaders meet mediators seeking return to civilian rule
  • Coronavirus case emerges at second mine in Papua New Guinea
  • Indigenous tribe lifts protest on key Brazil grain route
  • Indonesia reports 2,307 new coronavirus infections, 53 deaths
  • Lebanon must fight corruption after Beirut blast, says German foreign minister
  • India tea plantation landslide death toll rises to 43
  • Lebanon economy minister says has flour to last four months
  • Plane carrying Israeli officials, Trump adviser lands in Abu Dhabi:witness
  • Pakistan blocks five dating apps including Tinder and Grindr
  • Belarus detains around 20 journalists preparing to cover protest:witness
  • Saudi remains committed to Arab Peace Initiative for Israel peace, foreign minister says
  • Iran official says UAE-Isreal deal will not secure regional peace: Tweet
  • India accuses China of fresh 'provocative actions' at mountain border
  • United Nations removes survey asking staff if they are 'yellow'
  • Mexico posts lowest weekly coronavirus death toll in two months
  • Former king Juan Carlos has already left Spain, El Mundo says
  • Australian state to impose hefty fines to compel COVID-19 isolation
  • Honduran judge orders trial to begin for accused mastermind of activist's murder
  • Afghanistan to release 400 'hard-core' Taliban prisoners in bid for peace
  • Russia, Turkey halt patrols in Syria's Idlib over militant attacks
  • Thanks for the COVID vaccine, but can you say that in Estonian?
  • U.N. experts alarmed over reports of torture, mistreatment of detainees in Belarus
  • Russia's coronavirus cases surpass 885,000
  • Church at centre of South Korea coronavirus outbreak says government fabricating tests