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  • Australia's COVID-19 cases hit eight-day high, restrictions may linger
  • Barnier says no change following meeting with Britain's Brexit negotiator
  • Iran state TV shows wrestling star's purportedconfession to murder
  • Taliban, Afghan government meet in Doha
  • Widespread COVID-19 vaccinations not expected until mid-2021, WHO says
  • U.S. revokes more than 1,000 visas of Chinese nationals, citingmilitary links
  • Mexico requests month-long extension on U.S.-Mexico border restrictions
  • U.S. Democrats demand Trump response to reported Russian bounties
  • Exclusive: Brazil Amazon fires likely worst in 10 years, August data incomplete, government researcher says
  • With tourists slow to return, Egypt's resorts and ancient sites face tough winter
  • Israel doubly deserted on Yom Kippur during holiday and COVID-19 lockdown
  • EU says Britain has 'seriously damaged trust' with planned law
  • Three dead after fire at Huawei facility in southern China: local government
  • British bird group issues gag order over Taiwan-China issue
  • Maersk captain calls for help for migrants stuck at sea
  • Colombia's capital lifts most coronavirus measures but says new outbreak inevitable
  • U.S. auction house withdraws Spanish conquistador manuscript after Mexico's theft complaint
  • Italy's Berlusconi breathing on his own despite COVID pneumonia
  • Trump says another country could join Israel-UAE accord
  • From field to compost: French firm develops hemp face masks
  • French police arrest man in probe of horse killings: TV
  • Everyone should obey the law, UK PM Johnson says after government admission
  • Germany mulls new panel of judges to oversee intelligence agency BND -Sueddeutsche Zeitung
  • German court opens criminal proceedings against former Volkswagen CEO
  • Malaysia's king to remain in hospital for follow-up treatment: palace
  • Mexico records 5,937 new coronavirus cases, 513 more deaths
  • Johnson says Brexit legislation will protect integrity of UK
  • Moscow ramps up COVID hospitals to handle 'big second wave': sources
  • Nine in ten recovered COVID-19 patients experience side-effects - study
  • Thai republic hashtag trends as frustration surges among protesters
  • Pakistan court sentences Christian to death on blasphemy charges
  • Pompeo hails Colombia's stance on Maduro, pledges more help in drugs fight
  • U.S. eases travel advisory for Guatemala and Nicaragua
  • U.S. Treasury imposes sanctions on Iranian 'cyber threat group'
  • U.S., Greece call for peaceful resolution of maritime disputes in east Mediterranean
  • Brexit positivity returns: UK 'confident' of a deal, EU 'determined' for one
  • Britain says considering 'fall back options' on Northern Ireland Brexit problems
  • Yemen's Houthis say they fired drones at Saudi Arabia's Abha airport
  • Earthquake of magnitude 5.7 strikes Vanuatu: EMSC
  • UN rights expert urges Colombia to suspend some Cerrejon mine operations
  • Traditional 'Bunraku' puppets for children help Japanese master endure coronavirus shutdown
  • Uzbekistan stages outdoor exams for 1.4 million university applicants
  • Turkey to fight "propaganda and perception operations"
  • U.N.'s Guterres calls for $35 billion more for WHO COVID-19 programme
  • Dutch coronavirus cases jump by highest number on record
  • Russia strongly protests to Berlin's Moscow envoy over Navalny allegations
  • Hezbollah chief tells France's Macron can't act like Lebanon's ruler
  • Argentina coronavirus death toll surpasses 10,000
  • AstraZeneca expects COVID vaccine result by year-end if trials resume
  • Thai protest leader says demands letter to king handed to police
  • Germany tells Britain to "stop the games", time running out for deal
  • Hundreds join unions' car caravan protest in Bogota
  • China rejects Australian accusation of foreign interference
  • Spike in coronavirus cases in Gaza worries main U.N. aid group
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah condemns Bahrain move to normalize Israel ties
  • China air force video appears to show simulated attack on U.S. base on Guam
  • Brazil registers 1,113 coronavirus deaths, highest toll in almost two weeks
  • Spanish government wants partial Madrid city lockdown, local authorities differ
  • UK eyes tougher COVID-19 restrictions for England as outbreak spreads
  • Raab discusses Middle East with Trump adviser Kushner
  • Eight European countries urge Brazil to take action on Amazon deforestation
  • Palestinians say Egyptian fire killed two Gaza fishermen
  • UN rights expert urges Colombia to suspend some Cerrejon mine operations
  • Belarusian police detain dozens of protesters - witness
  • China accuses Indian troops of firing warning shots in border dispute
  • Factbox: Promises by Canadian government to fight pandemic, support people and economy
  • Second UK lockdown? PM says second wave inevitable, new restrictions possible
  • UK counter-terrorism police arrest man over London package
  • Factbox: U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran after U.N. standoff over arms
  • Rule of law situation in Poland has deteriorated: European Parliament
  • At least 100,000 Belarus protesters flood streets to demand end of Lukashenko
  • Teachers, medics rally in Spain over poor COVID planning, infections stable
  • Crowds rally in New Zealand's Auckland against coronavirus lockdown
  • Japan PM Suga, China's Xi to hold phone talks Friday: source
  • Kuwait's new emir, Sheikh Nawaf, to be sworn in Wednesday: parliament speaker
  • French new COVID-19 infections at record high, lockdowns feared
  • Mass murderer Breivik to apply for parole: report
  • China says Australian embassy obstructed law enforcement in case of evacuated journalists
  • Poland's Kaczynski could join government as coalition teeters
  • Pakistan opposition urges end to military 'interference' in politics
  • Biden warns UK on Brexit: No trade deal unless you respect Northern Irish peace pact
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' inspiration tells court he did not direct attacks
  • No COVID-19 test, no grape harvest in Spain's Basque Country
  • Belarusian opposition politician Kolesnikova suspected of calls to seize power: RIA cites lawyer
  • Afghan peace talks open with calls for ceasefire, women's rights
  • 'Do we have enough soap?' - children ask Norway PM about virus
  • Femicides in Mexico rise more than 2%, protests rage
  • EU sanctions Turkish company accused of breaking Libya embargo
  • Ivory Coast ex-PM, barred from standing for president, says Ouattara must be blocked
  • Military plane carrying air force cadets crashes in Ukraine, killing 22
  • Sudan declares three-month state of emergency over floods - SUNA
  • EU calls for U.N. monitoring of Belarus rights abuses: document
  • Military plane carrying air force cadets crashes in Ukraine, killing 22
  • Trump calls on Iran to not execute wrestling star Navid Afkari
  • Crew member of capsized ship off Japan rescued, coast guard says
  • Landslides in Nepal kill 12 people, at least 21 missing
  • Romania's coronavirus cases surpass 100,000 - government
  • U.S., Germany among 29 nations condemning reported internet shutdowns in Belarus
  • Chickens roost in Kenya's empty classrooms amid COVID-19 shutdown
  • EU chairman delays summit to Oct. 1-2 after going into quarantine