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  • Iran's rial hits record low as tension spikes with the U.S.
  • Israel's Netanyahu demands probe of investigators in his corruption trial
  • U.S. to allow Indian air carriers to conduct ground handling operations
  • Mexico reports 4,841 coronavirus cases, 624 new deaths
  • Greek PM says EU must show 'tangible solidarity' on migrants, Turkey
  • Lebanon's Shi'ite Hezbollah group condemns U.S. sanctions on allied politicians: statement
  • Turkish court sentences pro-Kurdish MP to jail on terrorism charges
  • India, China accuse each other of firing in the air on tense border
  • UAE, Israel discuss energy, infrastructure cooperation
  • U.S. to cut $100 million in aid to Ethiopia over GERD dam dispute
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero says he was duped into coming to Rwanda, NYT reports
  • Exclusive: Japan ruling coalition partner Komeito indicates it does not want snap election
  • Trump says he would sell other Gulf countries U.S. weapons systems
  • Iranian fuel seized by U.S. to reach Texas within days - sources
  • South Korean vigilante website targeting sex crimes shuts down amid outcry
  • Thai Airways opens diner for customers craving in-flights meals
  • UK interior minister shocked by fatal shooting of police officer
  • Malaysian PM banks on victory in Borneo poll after Anwar challenge
  • U.S., UK sign agreement on artificial intelligence
  • Bahrain's minister of transportation discusses cooperation with Israeli counterpart - BNA
  • UK wants students to be able to go home for Christmas despite COVID
  • HK leader says cannot demand rights protection for 12 arrested by China
  • Factbox: Prominent people diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Police in Birmingham seeking one suspect in connection with stabbings
  • Brexit deal contains ambiguities after being written at pace, says UK PM's spokesman
  • 'Like the Stasi': UK lawmaker slams COVID-era snooping
  • Forget banana bread, try this dish sponge: Pandemic inspires 'illusion cakes' in Hong Kong
  • U.N. steps up monitoring of reported abuses in Belarus, raising stakes
  • Belarusian protest leader detained by unidentified people: Tut.By media report
  • Japan's Suga wins party leadership race, headed for premiership
  • Banned Chinese scholar says guilty of emojis, not security risk in Australia
  • First elections since coronavirus test Italian government stability
  • England Test and Trace reports tripling of COVID-19 cases since late August
  • French COVID cases and death toll mounts
  • Britain will not become post-Brexit 'high-subsidy regime': PM's spokesman
  • UK's Johnson says he is fit as a butcher's dog after losing weight
  • Vietnam to resume some Asian flights as curbs on business travel ease
  • Myanmar rejects calls to postpone election despite virus surge
  • Pandemic review panel to ask 'hard questions', WHO files open, co-chairs say
  • Russia to resume flights with Belarus, others next week
  • North Korea tells U.N. that now it has 'effective war deterrent' it will focus on economy
  • Iran prepares to impose new coronavirus lockdowns as cases rise
  • Ireland's travel `green list' under review, minister says
  • Swine fever found in Germany putting pork exports at risk
  • Australia's coronavirus hotspot sees second weekend of small protests
  • Russia says Syria needs international help to rebuild its economy
  • Lebanese firefighters douse remains of Beirut port fire
  • Poland reports new record daily increase in coronavirus cases
  • Incidents in UK's Birmingham look to be related: Mayor
  • TRESemmé hair ad angers South Africans still hurting from racist past
  • Pompeo says fewer than 200 al Qaeda left in Afghanistan today
  • Factbox: Continuity and reforms: Japan PM hopeful Suga's key policies
  • Venezuela charges detained U.S. 'spy' with terrorism, weapons trafficking
  • Mexican president says does not accept all of Trump drug report
  • Jordan's mainstream Islamists to stand in November parliamentary election
  • Germany to tighten COVID curbs but no national shutdown: Merkel
  • Greece reports 17 coronavirus cases in Moria migrant camp
  • EU sanctions Turkish company accused of breaking Libya embargo
  • Belarus opposition's Tsikhanouskaya to visit Berlin, could meet Merkel
  • Russia faces problems looking into Navalny case after evidence removed: Kremlin
  • Malta to ask for return of shark tooth given to Prince George
  • Talks between Russia's Putin and Belarus' Lukashenko end: media
  • Britain is upholding Northern Irish peace, PM Johnson's spokesman says after Biden comments
  • Belarus faces imminent sanctions as pressure mounts on Lukashenko
  • France has no plan to order a new coronavirus lockdown: minister
  • Typhoon Haishen hammers southern Japan with high winds and power outages
  • Burned jaguars, fire tornadoes: Blazes in Brazil wetland deliver climate warning
  • New Japan PM Suga crafts 'continuity cabinet', pledges reform
  • Australia's COVID-19 hotspot to ease curbs ahead of schedule as cases slow
  • Israeli minister quits as coronavirus lockdown looms over Jewish holidays
  • Russia says to resume patrolling of Syrian highway with Turkey when situation calms
  • Kremlin urges halt to Karabakh fighting
  • Ukraine-U.S. military exercises begin as Russia holds drills in Belarus
  • Malaysia's ruling coalition wins first electoral test in boost for PM Muhyiddin
  • West Africa leaders say Mali junta should name a president by Sept. 15
  • Australia COVID-19 hot spot says cases fall to single digits
  • Quarantine 'confusion' in the UK with different rules for England, Wales and Scotland
  • Italy's Berlusconi breathing on his own despite COVID pneumonia
  • Russia has agreed to lend Belarus $1.5 billion, Putin says at talks with Lukashenko
  • Modi pledges to use India vaccine-production capacity to help 'all humanity'
  • BHP sought to disturb cultural sites even after concerns raised: inquiry
  • Britain's Labour accuses government of being too slow with business help
  • With tourists slow to return, Egypt's resorts and ancient sites face tough winter
  • Mainland China reports 15 new COVID-19 cases vs seven a day earlier
  • Ethiopia tells U.N. 'no intention' of using dam to harm Egypt, Sudan
  • Aoun warns Lebanon will go "to hell" unless government agreed
  • Myanmar orders Yangon stay at home from Monday
  • UK can keep schools open, health secretary says
  • Nigeria reels from twin crises that threaten food availability
  • Czech media group pledges 200,000 euros to independent Hungary news portal
  • Turkey extends operations of energy drill ship off Cyprus until mid-October
  • Stolen plane in Mexico flies to Venezuela before crashing in Guatemala
  • Taiwan denounces China's 'vulgar threats' towards Czech speaker
  • French 'yellow vests' tussle with police as Paris protests resume
  • Former French President Giscard d'Estaing admitted to hospital: aide
  • U.S. Treasury imposes sanctions on Iranian 'cyber threat group'
  • Botswana says toxins in water killed hundreds of elephants
  • In coronavirus vaccine race, China inoculates thousands before trials are completed
  • Australia plans disposal of hundreds of stranded whale carcasses
  • Pakistan court sentences Christian to death on blasphemy charges