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  • Hong Kong reports 69 new coronavirus cases
  • Kremlin says does not want Navalny illness to damage ties with West
  • German girls more studious, boys on screens during pandemic: survey
  • Tokyo governor Koike says coronavirus situation improving, 2021 Games on track
  • Half of daily 100,000 COVID-19 cases in Americas are in U.S.: WHO director
  • Singapore to allow New Zealand, Brunei visitors in first border easing
  • Mali PM calls on mutineers to stand down
  • Wife of Kremlin critic appeals to Putin to let Navalny be moved from hospital
  • Hong Kong bans Brazil's Aurora chicken imports as massive COVID-19 tests scheduled
  • U.S. State Dept. says IG found U.S. arms sales to Saudi did not break law: official
  • Greta Thunberg urges Merkel to get out of climate 'comfort zone'
  • Taliban kill four survivors of Afghanistan flash floods
  • Gaza rapper, 11, strikes chord with rhymes about war and hardship
  • Spain's Canary Islands curb smoking amid COVID-19 worries
  • Singapore to allow New Zealand, Brunei visitors in first border easing
  • Chilean policeman appears in court over blinding of protest student
  • India's coronavirus surge eases slightly as millions take exams, pubs reopen
  • Rockets fall near Baghdad airport, no casualties
  • Israeli protesters, decrying corruption, keep pressure on Netanyahu
  • U.S. international airline passenger contact tracing plan stalls, sources say
  • EU Commission ready to help Lebanon with preferential trade
  • Taiwan's China-friendly opposition routed in mayoral by-election
  • Hostage taker surrenders outside French bank, all six captives unharmed
  • Suspected Islamist militants kill 13 in eastern Congo villages
  • Canada's Trudeau taps ally Freeland as finance minister, promises bold recovery plan
  • Macron's office confirms French nationals killed in Niger
  • UK risks big second coronavirus wave if it reopens schools without more testing, study finds
  • Opposition candidate Tikhanouskaya denies being forced out of Belarus
  • Explainer: The U.S. triggered a 'snapback' of U.N. sanctions on Iran, what does that mean?
  • Belarusian leader says no to new election, accuses NATO of build-up
  • Beirut blast a wake-up call on dangers of ammonium nitrate, experts warn
  • French President says strong political measures needed for Lebanon
  • Amid quarantine, Ecuador women speak in code to seek protection from domestic violence
  • Macron's office confirms French nationals killed in Niger
  • Czechs record biggest daily jump in coronavirus cases since April 3
  • Pompeo arrives in Bahrain, urges seizing momentum of UAE-Israel deal
  • More than a dozen killed in Peru nightclub crush as police raid clandestine party
  • Vietnam PM says risk of widespread COVID-19 infection 'very high'
  • Special Report: Last doctor standing - Pandemic pushes Indian hospital to brink
  • South Africa's Ramaphosa seeks to stamp authority on ANC after corruption scandals
  • Hong Kong leader announces mass COVID-19 testing to begin September 1
  • Kremlin: Putin, Lukashenko confident that Belarus' problems will be resolved
  • Polish opposition shows rainbow LGBT solidarity at president's swearing-in
  • Russia expels Norwegian diplomat over spy case
  • Greece registers 262 new coronavirus cases, highest daily tally
  • France calls for transparent probe on suspected poisoning of Navalny
  • Malaysia extends coronavirus movement curbs until end-2020
  • Belarus revokes accreditations of journalists covering protests for foreign media
  • Lebanon central bank tells banks to make cheap dollar loans to those hit by Beirut blast
  • Belarus minister: we don't consider current situation to be revolution - Tass
  • Turkey detains senior Islamic State figure, minister says
  • South Korea’s Moon says always ready to talk with Japan over history disputes
  • Cairo's Tahrir Square gets a contested makeover
  • Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided to resign, source says
  • U.S. announces nearly $204 million in additional humanitarian assistance for?Iraq
  • Trinidad and Tobago opposition concedes defeat in elections
  • Aid group ACTED says its staff members caught up in Niger attack
  • WHO appeals for $15 million aid for Lebanon after Beirut blast
  • Hardened Lebanese merchants battered by Beirut blast
  • Nigeria convicts first pirates under new maritime law
  • Thousands march in Berlin against coronavirus curbs
  • EU calls for dialogue with Turkey, end to tensions in east Mediterranean
  • Trump says to join conference call to support Lebanon on Sunday
  • Zimbabwe court denies bail to journalist over anti-government protests
  • Japan's tripling of coronavirus tests unlikely to improve fight, experts say
  • South Korea floods, landslides kill 14
  • Everyone could be a carrier: Covering the pandemic in rural India
  • Sudan's PM says held 'direct' talks with Pompeo
  • Mexican murders edge up in July, femicides stubbornly high
  • COVID-19 cases slow in South African hotspot provinces, minister says
  • Egyptian-operated ship was unloading Ukrainian wheat in Beirut as port blast hit: director
  • Dominican Republic's new president takes office warning of tough recovery
  • Navalny will survive 'poison attack', Bizilj tells Bild
  • U.S. monitoring Belarus closely, says Pompeo
  • Head of China's Hong Kong liaison office says U.S. sanctions indicate he is doing what he should
  • U.S. sanctions branded 'clowning actions' as Hong Kong vows it won't be intimidated
  • Struggling live-event workers protest in Lisbon to save pandemic-hit sector
  • WHO calls for widespread flu vaccinations this year
  • Kenyan all-female conservation ranger unit patrols amid COVID-19
  • Thai king approves banking executive Predee Daochai as finance minister
  • UK records 1,295 daily confirmed cases of COVID-19
  • Saudi-led coalition downs Houthi missile fired towards Najran: Saudi TV
  • China reports eight new COVID-19 cases vs 15 a day earlier
  • UK's Johnson welcomes deal to normalise Israel-UAE relations
  • Brazil bars Doctors Without Borders COVID-19 help to indigenous villages
  • Canada extends international travel ban to September 30
  • Governor of Brazil's Sao Paulo state says no longer has coronavirus
  • U.S.-led troops withdraw from Iraq's Taji base
  • Taiwan says Chinese fighters approached Taiwan, were tracked by missiles
  • Australia says journalist detained in China
  • Hong Kong to resume face-to-face school classes by late September
  • U.S. slams Turkey's Erdogan for hosting Hamas
  • UK urges Hong Kong government to reinstate candidates, hold elections
  • Argentina records record number of coronavirus cases and deaths
  • Veteran administrator Mohamed Ould Bilal named Mauritania's new PM
  • Hong Kong regulators see limited sanctions impact as banks weigh action
  • U.N. rights office concerned about Jimmy Lai arrest, seeks review
  • France's Macron: no more info on Beirut blast, international probe needed
  • Modi says India set to mass produce COVID-19 vaccine, launches digital health mission
  • 'Coffee, cigarettes, journalists': video shows hostage-taker captured in Ukraine bank