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  • Spain not discussing UK travel corridor but will welcome thousands of German tourists
  • Soccer player puts spotlight on plight of migrant fruit pickers in Spain
  • British man seized by militant group in northwest Syria
  • Egypt registers highest daily rise in coronavirus cases in nearly two weeks
  • Fuel from Russian Arctic spill reaches large lake, says governor
  • U.S. lawmakers offer bill to block Trump from German troop withdrawal
  • Australia begins probe into Rio's destruction of Aboriginal site
  • Exclusive: In Daphne murder investigation, money trail leads to Montenegro venture
  • Japan has no position yet on Trump's plan to expand G7 summit
  • Portugal-Britain tourism 'air bridge' talks going well, says PM Costa
  • North Korea criticizes South Korea, threatens to close liaison office
  • Indian families demand justice as they await bodies of soldiers killed in clash with China
  • 'No excuse' for countries that fail in contact tracing, WHO's Tedros says
  • Costa Rica to extend border closure until June 30
  • U.S. in talks with Japan after Aegis Ashore missile defense system suspension: official
  • Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
  • One person killed in St Petersburg hospital fire: agencies
  • The future of media: more digital and more economic pain,Institute says
  • Iran rejects U.S. sanctions on Syria, vows to boost trade with ally
  • Leading health official optimistic Germany can prevent second pandemic wave
  • Some Lisbon nightlife back under curfew after illegal partying
  • 'Summer is not yet lost', Irish PM backs air bridges
  • Kremlin: Putin concerned about arrangements with U.S. amid protests - IFX
  • No details yet on Trump's Germany pullout, NATO chief says
  • Macron slams Turkey's 'criminal' role in Libya, Putin's ambivalence
  • Kremlin says Putin 'supports dialogue' after Trump's proposed G7 invite
  • Rwandan medical workers deploy robots to minimize coronavirus risk
  • Burundi's president-elect to take power immediately after death of ex-leader
  • Faster than machines, jobless Palestinian graduates bring in Gaza's crops
  • Artists around the world pay tribute to George Floyd
  • Teenager who threw French boy from London art gallery roof jailed for life
  • For Colombia's quarantined poor, lunch is served - by trendy restaurants
  • Insurgents stage 'very violent' attack close to gas projects in Mozambique
  • Honduras extends coronavirus curfew by one week to June 14
  • Italian lawmaker carried out of parliament after yelling insults
  • India government leaders row over hospital beds as coronavirus infections surge
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says time to end 'abuses' of Supreme Court
  • North Korea's Kim stokes tensions with eye on distracted Trump
  • Japan gives UK six weeks to strike a post-Brexit trade deal: FT
  • Leopold not to blame for Congo abuse, Belgian king's brother says
  • Beijing coronavirus testing to enter 'fast track' as cases mount
  • Cameroon military says missing journalist died in its custody
  • Gabon lawmakers vote to decriminalise homosexuality
  • Indonesia resumes domestic air travel, coronavirus cases jump
  • Nigeria to ease COVID-19 curbs on inter-state travel and students
  • Egypt surpasses 50,000 confirmed coronavirus cases
  • Morocco's King undergoes successful heart surgery: agency
  • Beijing says it will respond if Washington keeps targeting Chinese media
  • Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
  • Chile's women's minister, Pinochet's great niece, resigns a month into post
  • International Criminal Court describes U.S. sanctions as threats, coercion
  • Partial restrictions to remain in capital as Philippines tackles virus
  • Swedish government says has been ready to take wider measures if asked by Health Agency
  • Applications for asylum in EU plummet during pandemic
  • Tokyo confirms 58 new cases of coronavirus infection: TV Asahi
  • Italy death toll from coronavirus outbreak rises by 44 to 34,345
  • Mexico City police chief blames Jalisco Cartel for assassination attempt
  • Japan declines to join U.S., others in condemning China for Hong Kong law: Kyodo
  • Town where Maddie McCann went missing hopes parents find closure
  • Don't treat Italy like a leper colony says foreign minister
  • Malaysia to detain, charge crew of "illegal" Vietnamese boats
  • Hong Kong security law will not be retroactive: Chinese official
  • Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan hope for Nile dam deal in weeks
  • Argentine doctors eye tough weeks ahead as COVID-19 cases near peak
  • Last dance for legendary Madrid flamenco joint, stung by coronavirus
  • Brexit deadline looms over day of Anglo-French solidarity
  • Brazil's Treasury secretary confirms he plans to resign
  • Iraqi militiamen drop guns to dig graves for coronavirus victims
  • Brother of George Floyd backs U.N. probe into U.S. racism, violence
  • UK 'deeply disappointed' by sentence passed on ex-U.S. marine in Russia
  • Back to school for some, clubbing for others as Spain loosens restrictions
  • Putin and Trump discussed G7 summit, oil markets in call: Kremlin
  • Kremlin denies meddling in Belarus election
  • Iran prosecutor says human error led to shooting down of Ukrainian airliner
  • UK COVID-19 death toll grows by 55: lowest rise since March 22
  • Violence against police will not be tolerated: UK PM Johnson's spokesman
  • After second round of voting, Kenya wins spot on U.N. Security Council
  • Britain warns at UN rights forum against security law for Hong Kong
  • Pakistani prime minister under fire for bin Laden 'martyrdom' remark
  • Far-right to win southern French town of Perpignan: exit poll
  • China says social media firms should not selectively create obstacles for media
  • Congo hit by a second, simultaneous Ebola outbreak
  • Ireland to ease travel restrictions with some countries from July 9
  • Canada's Trudeau rejects call to swap Huawei executive for detainees in China
  • Canadian Mounted Police to seek body cameras to 'enhance trust,' accountability
  • U.S. seeks to widen nuclear arms deal with Russia
  • Afghan peace talks seen this month after U.S. shuttle diplomacy
  • Militia kills 16 villagers in Democratic Republic of Congo raid
  • Tokyo to further relax coronavirus curbs on Monday, governor says
  • Mexico's president accuses Spain's Iberdrola of 'hidden' media attack
  • Gabon lawmakers vote to decriminalise homosexuality
  • Thailand's parliament approves $58 billion economic package to ease virus impact
  • WHO denies its representative falsified Equatorial Guinea COVID-19 data
  • Too early to exclude travellers from UK coronavirus quarantine: testing coordinator
  • Trump aides begin discussions on Israel's West Bank annexation plan: sources
  • Factbox: Germany's stimulus package helps consumers and companies
  • Venezuela's Guaido is still legitimate head of National Assembly, EU says
  • Erdogan says will not let Syria's Idlib become conflict zone again
  • Activist Joshua Wong says he plans to run for Hong Kong legislature
  • The African refugees and migrants trapped inside Yemen's war