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  • Protesters occupy Swiss square demanding action on climate change
  • German prosecutor in McCann case starts new rape investigation
  • Taiwan says Chinese anti-submarine aircraft off its coast
  • Indonesia president warns over super-power tensions in U.N. address
  • Vatican officials defend accord with China after Pompeo criticism
  • Greece shortens business hours for some retailers to stem COVID-19 spread
  • Man accused of slashing pregnant wife's stomach 'to check gender'
  • Mexican soldiers may be arrested in infamous missing students case: sources
  • Belarus police detain dozens of protesters at anti-government rally
  • Myanmar reports 424 new COVID-19 cases in record daily rise
  • Belarus charges protest leader Kolesnikova with undermining national security
  • Germany says only a little time is left in Brexit divorce deal talks
  • U.S. Treasury imposes sanctions on Iranian 'cyber threat group'
  • Irish PM not confident on prospects of EU/British trade deal
  • Timeline: Algeria's struggle between protesters and state
  • EU may take legal action against UK over new Brexit law: sources
  • Thousands protest after Belarusian leader hastily sworn in
  • Belarus opposition leader calls for U.N. monitoring mission
  • Remains of Jurassic sea predator found in Chile's Atacama desert
  • Slovakia bans most public cultural, sports events over COVID-19
  • U.S. House speaker says violating Good Friday accord would kill any U.S.-UK trade deal
  • Brussels honours health workers by dressing up famous statue
  • Australia opposes release of Afghan prisoner who killed three of its soldiers
  • Belarus says Lithuania broke international law by recognising Tsikhanouskaya as leader
  • Betrayed Macron says will continue Lebanon efforts, eyes Hezbollah
  • U.S., Belgium strike 'preclearance' deal for U.S.-bound air passengers in Brussels
  • Ivory Coast ex-PM, barred from standing for president, says Ouattara must be blocked
  • India's Taj Mahal gets first visitors as coronavirus infections climb
  • Singapore grapples with coronavirus in migrant workers' dormitories
  • Concern, relief as Spanish children return to school
  • Portugal 'regrets' England's decision to remove country from safe travel list
  • Mexican women demanding legalization of abortion clash with police
  • Factbox: U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran after U.N. standoff over arms
  • Israel becomes new obstacle for Sudan in quest to leave U.S. terrorism list
  • Russia scrambles jets to escort U.S. bombers over Black Sea: news agencies
  • Lebanon faces hurdles to deliver cabinet on time
  • Johnson says Britain should attract talented people from around the world
  • Coronavirus ravages Latin America's working class, Mexico deaths pass 75,000
  • U.S. renews waiver for Iraq to import Iranian energy for 60 days
  • UK hits highest daily COVID-19 cases at 6,634, partly due to more tests
  • Czech health ministry to limit sporting events audience: paper
  • U.S. troops to start extended exercises in Lithuania amid tensions over Belarus
  • China says it hopes Japan will not develop official ties with Taiwan
  • Britain says doubling aid to help Belarus media, rights organizations
  • UK's Lewis expresses optimism for a solution to legislation row
  • Piracy, other high seas crimes rise in Asia: report
  • Hawaii to allow pre-travel test option to skip quarantine on arrival
  • Ireland plans to join common EU system of COVID-19 travel restrictions - PM
  • Australia COVID-19 hotspot records fewest cases since June
  • If world handles climate like COVID-19, U.N. chief says: 'I fear the worst'
  • Prosecutors open homicide case after hacker attack on German hospital
  • Prominent Bahrain lawyer gets suspended sentence for 'inciting hatred'
  • Canadians must be vigilant to avoid massive COVID-19 second wave, PM Trudeau says
  • Turkey at second peak of coronavirus outbreak, health minister says
  • Young Palestinians seek new ways to achieve goals, 20 years after Second Intifada
  • South Korea ready for talks with Japan to improve ties, Moon tells Suga
  • Timeline: Journalists caught in Australia-China diplomatic tussle
  • Senior U.S. official to visit Taiwan this weekend amid China concerns
  • Merkel: Germany can avoid second coronavirus lockdown
  • Taiwan denounces China's 'vulgar threats' towards Czech speaker
  • Pakistani students back in school after more than six months
  • Qatar to host Afghani peace negotiations starting Sept. 12: statement
  • Singapore PM warns against turn inwards as anxiety over foreigners grows
  • Saudi-Led coalition shoots down explosive drone over Yemen
  • Hungary to decide Saturday whether to extend loan moratorium: PM Orban
  • Russia says Germany exploiting Navalny illness, demands medical data
  • PM Johnson to urge Britons to go back to working from home - The Telegraph
  • Italy's Berlusconi has slight lung infection, doctor says
  • Turkey's Erdogan says East Med is test of EU's sincerity
  • U.S. to allow Indian air carriers to conduct ground handling operations
  • Not yet, but soon: Argentina could restart international flights in October, source says
  • Mexico records 3,486 new coronavirus cases, 223 more deaths
  • Japan says it will bear cost of coronavirus vaccines for populace
  • UK preparing Magnitsky sanctions over Belarus human rights violations: minister
  • Iranian president accuses U.S. of savagery after new sanctions
  • Venezuelan media name alleged U.S. spy arrested near refinery complex
  • Japan's Suga: given pandemic, political vacuum had to be avoided
  • Syria says U.S. sanctions behind acute fuel crisis
  • UK Supreme Court to hear jihadist bride's citizenship case in November
  • Good Friday accord not at risk, British foreign minister says
  • China says military drills near Taiwan were a 'necessary action'
  • Russia to resume flights with Belarus, others next week
  • EU chairman delays summit to Oct. 1-2 after going into quarantine
  • Exclusive: Japan ruling coalition partner Komeito indicates it does not want snap election
  • Russia seals another deal to supply and test its coronavirus vaccine abroad
  • German police raid meatpacking industry over illegal workers
  • UK reports 34 new deaths after positive COVID-19 test, excluding Scotland
  • Navalny's condition improving, police guard stepped up: Der Spiegel
  • Polish foreign minister flags possibility of national sanctions against Belarus
  • Woman charged with sending ricin letter to Trump to remain in U.S. custody
  • Death toll in eastern Congo village attacks rises to at least 53
  • Chinese fishing vessels leave area near Ecuador's Galapagos
  • Sudan to discuss removal from U.S. terrorism list in UAE
  • Putin and Armenia PM discuss Nagorno-Karabakh clashes: Kremlin
  • Myanmar casualties may amount to further war crimes, U.N. rights chief says
  • China says banning Australian scholars within its sovereign remit
  • Ireland delays relaxing strict COVID-19 travel restrictions until October
  • Britain and EU face 'challenging areas' to secure trade deal: UK's chief negotiator
  • IMF urges higher social spending in Mideast, Central Asia
  • Facebook tells Irish court that probe threatens its EU operations - newspaper