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  • U.S. troops injured in Russian vehicle collision in Syria, U.S. officials say
  • Amid heat and COVID-19, Japanese visit Yasukuni on WW2 anniversary
  • President of Belarus accuses Russia of lying, warns of revolution plot
  • Venezuela opposition leaders in talks to join parliament vote, Turkey official says
  • U.S. announces nearly $204 million in additional humanitarian assistance for?Iraq
  • Greek PM to rejig cabinet: PM's office
  • Grounded Mauritius ship operator apologises for oil leak
  • Pompeo discusses Gulf unity, regional stability with Bahraini leaders
  • French President Macron lands in Beirut on official visit
  • Train derails in northern Italy, three injured
  • North Korea brings aid supplies to border town under lockdown: state media
  • How India's Silicon Valley saw its COVID-19 success come undone
  • West accepts Moscow was right to approve COVID vaccine: Russian official
  • U.S. State department says Pompeo and Hamdok discussed 'positive developments' in the Sudan-Israel relationship
  • U.S. senators want to block drone sales to Saudis
  • IAEA chief says agency's Iran approach not political, issues need to be addressed
  • South Sudan death toll in disarmament fighting rises, UN sends peacekeepers
  • Standoff with China will be long, India warns in pulled statement
  • Economic clout makes China tougher challenge for U.S. than Soviet Union was - Pompeo
  • Belarusian leader says no to new election, accuses NATO of build-up
  • U.S. warship transits Taiwan Strait for second time in two weeks
  • Factbox: New Zealand court hears how shooter planned deadly attacks
  • Norway suspends cruise ships with 100+ people on board from disembarking at ports
  • Highly-explosive material blew up in Beirut port, says interior minister
  • Russia to expel Austrian diplomat after Vienna orders Russian diplomat out
  • UK transport minister: 'It is now safe to return to work'
  • Russia's coronavirus cases surpass 865,000
  • Four hurt in blast, fire in publishers' area of Iran capital: state media
  • Malaysia arrests ex-finance minister on corruption charges
  • Lukashenko: Belarus does not need outside mediators to solve situation - Belta
  • Denmark shouldn't reopen clubs and venues as infections rise, state expert says
  • France's Macron expressed concerns about human rights to China's Wang Yi
  • Thai protesters openly criticize monarchy
  • Zimbabwe court denies bail to journalist over anti-government protests
  • Governor of Brazil's Sao Paulo state says no longer has coronavirus
  • U.N. water rights expert questions Chile's avocado and energy priorities
  • Lebanese president promises transparent inquiry into Beirut blast
  • Watchdog finds U.S. did not weigh civilian risks when pushing Saudi arms sales
  • After private pensions, Peru's congress turns to public funds for COVID-19 relief
  • Australia to seek veto powers on all public deals with foreign nations, PM to say
  • Japan's Abe says health should hold up until successor chosen
  • Airplane mode and prepaid SIMs: some Israelis dodge COVID-19 tracking
  • Swiss add mainland Spain to places requiring COVID-19 quarantine
  • Israel halts fuel shipments to Gaza over fire balloons
  • Businessman accused of Malta journalist’s murder on hunger strike
  • Factbox: What is ammonium nitrate, the chemical that blew up Beirut?
  • Belarus opposition leader to meet No. 2 U.S. diplomat on Monday
  • U.S. backs EU probe of Russian opposition leader's illness: Pompeo
  • No. 2 U.S. diplomat Biegun will visit Russia, Lithuania amid Belarus crisis
  • Turkey's Erdogan, NATO chief discuss eastern Mediterranean
  • U.S. envoy says any U.S. arms sales to UAE won't endanger Israel: newspaper interview
  • Germany urges Turkish-Greek talks to avoid 'catastrophe'
  • Germany calls on Russia to do more to clarify Navalny case
  • Obey corona rules to keep economy, schools running, says Merkel
  • Russian health officials say industrial chemical found on hair, hands of Kremlin critic Navalny
  • EU urges respect for human rights and press freedom in Hong Kong
  • Bangladesh approves late-stage trial of China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine candidate
  • UK's COVID-19 death toll lowered to 41,000 after methodology change
  • Failure to extend arms embargo on Iran a serious mistake: Pompeo
  • Morocco rejects normalizing ties with Israel, PM says
  • U.S. senators want to block drone sales to Saudis
  • Comedian mocks Zimbabwe's government, despite fear of reprisal
  • U.N. chief urges Yemen's Houthis to grant access to decaying oil tanker
  • South Korean doctors strike over plan to boost medical student numbers
  • Israeli forces kill Palestinian in West Bank, military says he was planning attack
  • Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi says must avoid a new Cold War
  • Lebanese government quits amid fury over Beirut blast
  • Scholz pick helps Germany's Social Democrats to surpass Greens in polls
  • Pakistan army chief to visit Saudi Arabia in quest to smooth ties
  • UAE, Israeli ministers pledge defence cooperation
  • Exclusive: Taiwan in talks to make first purchase of sophisticated U.S. drones - sources
  • Thai PM appeals for unity amid almost daily protests
  • Beirut port blast death toll rises to 190
  • Hong Kong's new security law inhibits anxious artists
  • EU raps Belarus over election violence, says may take measures
  • Brazil's court rules government must protect tribes from coronavirus
  • President of Belarus accuses Russia of lying, warns of revolution plot
  • Pakistan jails three men linked to group accused of Mumbai attack
  • UK eases COVID-19 lockdown in parts of Northern England
  • Norway PM to meet Belarus opposition leader Tsikhanouskaya
  • Ukraine has frozen dialogue with Belarus -foreign minister
  • Factbox: What is a 'table-top runway', the site of deadly Air India plane crash?
  • Havana back on lockdown as coronavirus rebounds
  • Mexican president says money stolen by corrupt officials must be returned
  • Hungary ties up close to 5 million vaccine dosages in EU scheme: PM Orban
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,510 to 226,914: RKI
  • German girls more studious, boys on screens during pandemic: survey
  • Israeli flight attendant says "shalom" to UAE, bye to airline
  • Israel-UAE deal could open up U.S. weapons sales to Gulf kingdom, experts say
  • Germany declares most of Spain a virus risk region
  • Lebanon's Kataeb Party says its three MPs resigning from parliament in wake of Beirut blast
  • Who owned the chemicals that blew up Beirut? No one will say
  • Russia says armoured vehicle attacked during patrol in Syria: Ifax
  • Saudi-led coalition downs Houthi missile fired towards Najran: Saudi TV
  • Lebanon's Aoun designates ambassador Adib as PM
  • Half of daily 100,000 COVID-19 cases in Americas are in U.S.: WHO director
  • Lebanon risks disappearing without new government, reforms: French foreign minister
  • Lebanon central bank tells banks to make cheap dollar loans to those hit by Beirut blast
  • Belarusian protesters, defying army, flood Minsk
  • Spain visitor numbers climb but still only a fraction of 2019 levels