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  • Exclusive: Kremlin hopes big companies and prize draws will boost Putin vote turnout
  • Zurich quarantines nearly 300 nightclub revellers after six people contract COVID-19
  • Lebanon protesters burn roads, clash with security in second night of unrest
  • Trudeau says discrimination by Canada police must end, after indigenous woman killed
  • North Korea warns of retaliatory actions over defectors in South
  • In China, U.S. protests a hot topic on state, social media
  • Coronavirus is not high threat to workers, EU says, causing outcry
  • India denies visas to U.S. panel on religious freedom, says it has no standing
  • Cuba starts easing lockdown but shortages hamper businesses
  • Iran says it successfully tests new naval cruise missile
  • Libya's NOC says Russian mercenaries entered oilfield, with output blocked
  • Colombia extends coronavirus lockdown measures until July 15
  • Guinea-Bissau president sacks five ministers
  • HSBC and StanChart back China security law for Hong Kong
  • Mexico reports 4,930 new coronavirus cases, 770 more deaths
  • Israeli defence chief says he's preparing for consequences of West Bank annexations
  • Pubs, restaurants and hotels to reopen as England eases social distancing
  • Ten French children repatriated from Syria, says French foreign ministry
  • Philippines reports 862 additional coronavirus infections, seven more deaths
  • Norwegian found guilty of spying for Iran in Denmark
  • Czech Senate speaker to visit Taiwan in trip that could irk China
  • Peru indigenous leaders push quick Amazon protection vote, defying oil industry
  • Kiribati's pro-China leader wins re-election in blow to Taiwan
  • Kyrgyzstan weighs return to state of emergency over coronavirus
  • Anti-racism protesters take a knee in silence in Paris
  • Go-go bars gone as coronavirus hits Bangkok's sex district
  • Russia to hold talks with Syria about obtaining more facilities, maritime access: Ifax
  • Virus-free Vietnam not ready to open doors to foreign tourists yet: PM
  • U.S. envoy to U.N. pushes back against criticism over protests
  • Scrap the quarantine, British lawmaker for Gatwick says
  • Militia kills 16 villagers in Democratic Republic of Congo raid
  • Doctors Without Borders to close Kabul maternity clinic after attack
  • Hong Kong sees rush to renew UK passports as fears for future grow
  • U.S. troop plans "shake transatlantic relationship", Merkel ally says
  • Tens of thousands join Black Lives Matter protest in London
  • U.S. farming body and Zambian firm partner aim to boost crop yields
  • Trump authorizes sanctions over ICC Afghanistan war crimes case
  • Indonesia reports 1,031 new coronavirus infections; Southeast Asia's highest case total
  • Testing the waters: South Korea's waterparks open under new anti-virus measures
  • UK COVID-19 death toll rises by 36, lowest daily tally during lockdown
  • U.N. chief seeks to clarify protest advice, telling staff to fight racism
  • Exclusive: Obscure Indian cyber firm spied on politicians, investors worldwide
  • Norway must keep strict border controls to avoid new infections: PM
  • AstraZeneca agrees to supply Europe with 400 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine
  • Mexican protesters clash with police over custody death
  • German coalition parties agree 130 billion euro stimulus package
  • Turkey jails three MPs stripped of parliamentary status
  • Tearful Mexican cartel chief threatens government after mother's detention
  • Schools reopen as Singapore eases lockdown restrictions
  • Russian journalist charged with justifying terrorism calls her trial a sham
  • Actress' comments reignite long debate on racism in Mexico
  • Fugitive Bulgarian tycoon says he will launch political movement
  • French President Macron to meet Germany's Merkel on June 29
  • Amid pandemic, SE Asian nations warn of 'alarming' South China Sea incidents
  • French court allows access to archives on 1994 Rwanda genocide
  • North Korea rejects South's offer of envoys, vows to redeploy border troops
  • COVID-19 crisis shakes Brazil, but Bolsonaro keeps impeachment at bay
  • Families of COVID victims in hard-hit Italian city seek judicial probe
  • Far-right suspect goes on trial for killing German politician
  • As lockdown eases, illegal raves take off across Europe
  • A sight for sore eyes: Madrid reopens its museums
  • Austria lifting coronavirus border checks with all neighbours bar Italy
  • Philippines confirms eight more coronavirus deaths, 590 new cases
  • Russia's total coronavirus cases exceed 520,000
  • Gunmen ambush Mali army convoy, soldiers killed: residents
  • Argentina, Brazil monitor massive locust swarm; crop damage seen limited
  • UK science advisory board publishes minutes of meetings in push for transparency over virus
  • Russia calls for immediate ceasefire in Libya conflict
  • Saudi Arabia reopens mosques with strict regulations for worshippers
  • U.N. rights chief urges Israel to halt "illegal" annexation plan
  • Weekly coronavirus death toll in French nursing homes doubles to 73
  • Indonesian court finds seven Papuan men guilty of treason
  • Saudi Arabia reopens mosques with strict regulations for worshippers
  • Canada's Trudeau backs opposition leader kicked out of Parliament in racism row
  • Europe threatens digital taxes without global deal, after U.S. quits talks
  • Families of COVID victims in hard-hit Italian city seek judicial probe
  • El Salvador's president says economic re-opening to begin June 16
  • Sudan to introduce direct cash payments to its neediest citizens
  • French health minister: Worst of epidemic behind us, but virus not dead
  • On banks of Danube, Hungary and South Korea mourn victims of boat accident
  • WHO calls for Brazil to better coordinate efforts against coronavirus
  • Slovakia to allow travel from 16 more countries, ease mask rules
  • France's Macron says Europe needs to be less dependent on China, U.S.
  • Australia scrambles to prevent second COVID-19 wave after first death in a month
  • Germany, preparing EU presidency, wants more reciprocity with China
  • India reports record rise in coronavirus cases as major city locks down
  • Thailand reports eight new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • Montenegro reimposes restrictions after jump in COVID-19 cases
  • Iran urges people to wear face masks amid fears of new coronavirus wave
  • UK imposes lockdown on city of Leicester to curb COVID-19 outbreak
  • China urges Australia to safeguard Chinese citizens' safety
  • Greece ready to open to tourists, PM says safety is top priority
  • France to lift border controls for EU travellers on June 15
  • UK ditches quarantine for arrivals from low COVID-19 risk countries
  • Spain to trial coronavirus tracing app on Canary Island
  • Egypt surpasses 50,000 confirmed coronavirus cases
  • Veteran Kashmir separatist quits secessionist alliance
  • WHO and other experts say no evidence of coronavirus losing potency
  • China eases flight curbs after United States targets its carriers
  • Japan's NHK removes video about U.S. protests after online outrage