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  • Czech Republic daily count of coronavirus cases drops to 985
  • Factbox: A stern enforcer who does 100 sit-ups daily - some facts about Japan's Suga
  • Egypt's total recorded coronavirus cases hit 100,041 - Health ministry
  • France urges international partners to raise pressure on Lebanese politicians
  • Serbia commemorates daring World War Two airlift mission with monument
  • Afghan official Abdullah in Pakistan for talks on peace bid
  • Kosovo ex-commander appears before Hague court, delays war crimes plea
  • WHO says vaccine safety top priority, as AstraZeneca pauses study
  • Zimbabwe nurses end three-month strike over pay
  • Malaysia reports 147 new coronavirus cases, three new deaths
  • U.S. to announce on Wednesday charges in computer intrusion campaigns related to China
  • International travel fell 65% in first half, could take four years to recover, U.N. tourism body says
  • Indian army indicts soldiers in killing of suspected Kashmir militants
  • Vatican-based Filipino cardinal tests positive for coronavirus
  • McCann suspect may face more jail time after EU court ruling
  • Factbox: Prominent people diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Israeli who killed Palestinian baby, parents gets life imprisonment
  • Not many issues remain to secure 'thin' EU-UK trade deal: Irish foreign minister
  • UK government moves to defuse row with lawmakers over coronavirus measures
  • Turkey will keep supporting Libya's GNA despite Sarraj plan to quit
  • WHO's Ryan: don't turn COVID-19 into "political football"
  • PM Johnson says bill will stop EU using 'stick' against UK
  • UK health minister doesn't rule out telling uni students to stay away from home at Christmas
  • Australia records first day without COVID-19 death in two months
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,345 to 271,415: RKI
  • U.N. war crimes experts urge Turkey to rein in rebels in Syria
  • Police drag Belarus students from university building, arrest five, rights group says
  • Ethiopia files terrorism charges against leading opposition activist
  • Kremlin critic Navalny posts picture with family from hospital
  • Britain should honour deal with EU if it wants any future partnership: EU
  • Barnier says no change following meeting with Britain's Brexit negotiator
  • Australia's daily coronavirus tally falls to lowest in more than three months
  • Ivory Coast to free opposition leader's allies in pre-vote peace gesture, spokesman says
  • Five children found dead in German flat, mother tried to kill herself
  • You're kidding me? Children's haircut costs rise most in post-lockdown Germany
  • Pompeo says violence must stop in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Australia defends intelligence raids as spat with China escalates
  • Greece, Turkey agree to talks over Eastern Mediterranean, NATO says
  • Hundreds of Thai students rally to demand school reform
  • Kenya's WTO candidate says she will focus on climate change if selected
  • Factbox: Promises by Canadian government to fight pandemic, support people and economy
  • German police raid meatpacking industry over illegal workers
  • Ethiopia's Tigray region to holds poll, defying federal government
  • 'Boiling again': Lebanon's old Christian rivalries rear up amid crisis
  • Russia says U.S. sanctions on Iran will not affect Moscow-Tehran cooperation: Ifax
  • Hawaii to allow pre-travel test option to skip quarantine on arrival
  • Timeline: Israel-Gulf 'normalisation' moves follow years of failed peace initiatives
  • Turkey's Erdogan floats regional conference in tense east Mediterranean
  • Nobel laureate Alexievich denounces Belarus 'terror' as another activist is detained
  • Mexican women demanding legalization of abortion clash with police
  • UK reports 2,420 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, excluding data from Northern Ireland
  • Be courageous in diplomacy, EU chief says, proposing new sanctions
  • France still pushing for new Lebanese cabinet after missed deadline
  • IAEA in wide-ranging talks with Saudi Arabia on tougher nuclear checks
  • British PM Johnson to make statement to parliament on Tuesday
  • New Zealanders may be able to travel to some Australian states before Christmas, Ardern says
  • Kremlin says glad Navalny is recovering, says he's welcome back in Russia
  • Armenia ends state of emergency but some restrictions to remain until January
  • China rebuked by West at U.N. rights forum on Hong Kong, Xinjiang
  • China's Xi tells Japan's Suga that he hopes for cooperation: state TV
  • Stop, or suspend? Israel-Gulf deals see discord over language
  • PM Johnson: We need new COVID-19 restrictions, but economy can keep moving
  • Hospital ICUs lean on telemedicine amid U.S. COVID-19 crisis
  • Ireland delays reopening of Dublin bars as COVID-19 case numbers climb
  • France backs idea by Lebanese politician to end cabinet logjam
  • Salvagers mend ruptures in fire-hit oil tanker off Sri Lanka
  • France will not let Lebanon down: source close to Macron
  • Japan's new government should focus on response to coronavirus, digitalization:poll
  • French president to go to Lithuania and Latvia amid Russia tensions
  • UK upholds decision to not prosecute 15 soldiers for 1972 'Bloody Sunday'
  • Azerbaijan says 12 Azeri civilians killed, 35 wounded by Armenian fire
  • Swiss complete trans-European rail route with Ceneri Tunnel under the Alps
  • A Nobel for Thunberg? In the age of climate change and virus, it is possible
  • England's pubs to close early to tackle COVID-19 rise - The Sun
  • Insurgency in Mozambique threatens food security, says World Food Programme
  • France will not let Lebanon down: source close to Macron
  • In Brazil's Amazon a COVID-19 resurgence dashes herd immunity hopes
  • Chances of Brexit deal fading every day, EU Commission chief says
  • WHO's Ryan: don't turn COVID-19 into "political football"
  • Myanmar races to build field hospital as coronavirus surge stretches health system
  • France's Macron urges U.N. mission to visit China's Xinjiang region
  • PM Johnson calls on leaders to build back greener after coronavirus
  • Japan's military asks new government to continue strengthening of armed forces
  • Argentina seeks clarity from Paraguay over deaths of two 11-year-old 'rebels'
  • Polish government spokesman casts doubt over coalition's future
  • Mali junta moves toward selecting interim president after embargo threat
  • Armenia's defence ministry says warplane shot down by Turkish F-16 fighter jet
  • Iranian wrestler Navid Afkari executed over 2018 security guard killing
  • 'Cautious but reasonable optimism' over Berlusconi's health, doctor says
  • Sweden to ease COVID restrictions on public gatherings in some cases
  • UK at critical point in COVID pandemic, top medical adviser says
  • Military plane carrying air force cadets crashes in Ukraine, killing 22
  • Trump nominee elected to head Latin American development bank
  • China planning building spree in Tibet as India tensions rise, sources say
  • China's Xi says 'happiness' in Xinjiang on the rise, will keep teaching 'correct' outlook
  • Zimbabwe to gradually re-open schools from October 26
  • UAE daily coronavirus cases surge to near peak level
  • China foreign ministry will make 'legitimate responses' to U.S. curbs on diplomats
  • Belarus to sanction some 300 officials from Baltic states in tit-for-tat move: Belta
  • Chile's capital becomes hot spot for cougar sightings