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  • UAE citizens can travel to 'low-risk' countries from Tuesday
  • 'Punish with lashes': Peruvian peasant militias dole out rough justice in coronavirus fight
  • Upcoming vote could extend Putin's rule. Some Russians might not know that.
  • Poland seizes three tonnes of cocaine worth $761 million
  • Potato diplomacy as Malta seeks new era of Namibian relations
  • Burundi's new cabinet includes two under Western sanctions over rights abuses
  • Villagers in Togo mourn homes swallowed by the sea
  • Anti-racism protests undoubtedly increase risk of coronavirus spread: UK health minister
  • Ardern dances for joy after New Zealand eliminates coronavirus
  • Russia says new coronavirus cases at lowest since April 30
  • Thailand to consider reopening more businesses as virus appears contained
  • Beijing's coronavirus outbreak under control, Chinese expert says
  • Car drives onto sidewalk cafe in southern Netherlands, injuring six
  • At least 12 Indian soldiers killed in border clashes with China
  • Croatian PM refuses to self-isolate after brief encounter with Djokovic
  • Turkish company prepping offer to supply Libya power
  • UK support for Johnson's Conservatives falls as COVID deaths rise
  • 'We are culture', Spain's bullfight fans chant, seeking aid during pandemic
  • Facebook signs licensing deal with century-old Indian music label
  • Irish PM expects new coalition government in place by end of June
  • Police break up new protests in Belarus as Lukashenko warns of foreign plot
  • Libya's NOC says Russian mercenaries entered oilfield, with output blocked
  • Turkey says Macron suffers 'eclipse of the mind' over Libya
  • Mexico reports record 4,442 new coronavirus cases
  • Ardern dances for joy after New Zealand eliminates coronavirus
  • Britons clap their support for health workers
  • Turkey will work with Italy for stable peace in Libya: foreign minister
  • U.N. agency urges Hungary to repeal tightened asylum rules
  • Britain's Prince William visits Oxford COVID-19 vaccine developers
  • U.S. to impose sanctions aimed at blocking Syria military victory
  • Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong says he will be 'prime target' of new security law
  • Syrian army says Israel hits several bases across country
  • Coronavirus-induced border bottlenecks slow food deliveries in East Africa
  • Red light: Mexican coronavirus restart hits speed bumps
  • Activist Joshua Wong says he plans to run for Hong Kong legislature
  • West reluctant for 'dangerous' Taliban prisoners to be freed: sources
  • Australia relaxes lockdown further, intensifies economic recovery efforts
  • China likely lost at least 40 soldiers in border clash: Indian minister
  • China 'does not share our values', NATO chief says
  • Police in Scotland deal with "targeted assault" in Glasgow, no threat to public
  • Hong Kong leader says Beijing will not back down on new security law
  • Turkish soldier killed, two wounded in Syria's Idlib, defence ministry says
  • Counter-terrorism police charge man with three murders after knife attack in English town
  • In Thailand, it's statues of democracy leaders that are disappearing
  • France's coronavirus new deaths and cases slow down
  • Putin appeals to Russians' core values as vote on extending term looms
  • Taiwan massage parlour struggles as coronavirus cripples tourism
  • Philippines students face distance learning until COVID-19 vaccine found
  • UK PM Johnson to oust top civil servant in Whitehall revolution: Telegraph
  • African, Haitian migrants in Honduras defy border closure in attempt to reach U.S.
  • Ghana's president says health minister tested positive for COVID-19
  • Global coronavirus cases surpass 6 million
  • Honduras extends coronavirus curfew by one week to June 14
  • From crowded tubes to pedal power, London's COVID transport challenge
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers protest amid anthem bill debate
  • Spain to trial coronavirus tracing app on Canary Island
  • Mexican president slammed after comments on women staying at home
  • Veteran Kashmir separatist quits secessionist alliance
  • Trump says White has left Iranian airspace, should be home soon
  • U.N. sets up inquiry into racism after George Floyd death
  • Undiagnosed COVID-19 could mean English toll is higher than thought: ONS
  • Major quake shakes southern Mexico, at least six killed
  • Hong Kong sees rush to renew UK passports as fears for future grow
  • Japan lifts coronavirus travel curbs to help economy bounce back
  • Albania reopens land borders, but mass gatherings still banned
  • Turkey slams 'propaganda machine' Twitter over removal of accounts
  • Mainland China reports seven new confirmed, one asymptomatic COVID-19 cases
  • India seeks extradition from Pakistan of suspected Mumbai attack mastermind
  • Factbox: Travel curbs in place for Asian countries
  • Key dates in Hong Kong's anti-government protests
  • Polish presidential vote puts government's reforms on the line
  • Putin appeals to Russians' core values as vote on extending term looms
  • Satellites reveal major new gas industry methane leaks
  • Indonesia reports 557 new coronavirus infections
  • Britain will talk to partners in U.N. over China law move, says Raab
  • Putin declines British invitation to take part in coronavirus summit: Kremlin
  • Iran to send black boxes from downed Ukrainian airliner to Ukraine: minister
  • Kenya arrests three policemen for dragging woman behind motorbike
  • Nepal parliament to vote on new map in land dispute with India
  • China will continue pushing for 'fast-track' entry arrangement with other countries
  • Malaysia to ask Bangladesh to take back Rohingya refugees found at sea
  • Brother of George Floyd urges U.N. probe into U.S. racism, violence
  • Burundi's president-elect to take power immediately after death of ex-leader
  • Ukraine found no evidence against Hunter Biden in case audit: former top prosecutor
  • Thailand and Myanmar burn seized drugs worth $2 billion
  • U.N. says two peacekeepers killed in an attack on a convoy in Mali
  • Finland's PM says she hopes to give birth while in office
  • Transgender couple in limbo as Hungary bans changes to identity papers
  • Argentine doctors eye tough weeks ahead as COVID-19 cases near peak
  • Australian police arrest two after Captain Cook statue defaced
  • Hundreds protest against Nepal's coronavirus response; 7 foreigners arrested
  • Robots dish out the drinks at reopened Dutch restaurant
  • Spain may quarantine British tourists, minister tells BBC
  • Taiwan boosts domestic defence development plan with new jet
  • Ontario to allow some COVID-19 positive employees into workplaces
  • Ontario school reopening plans give parents option to keep children at home
  • Russia gets more U.S. ventilators as coronavirus cases climb
  • French court allows access to archives on 1994 Rwanda genocide
  • Former Mexican bishop shot in neck after getting caught in crossfire
  • Italy reports 72 new COVID deaths on Saturday, 270 new cases