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  • British PM, top EU officials to hold talks on June 15
  • France denies harbouring Venezuelan opposition leader Guaido in Caracas
  • Israeli campaigners want Jewish ruins included in West Bank annexations
  • Russia accuses scientist of treason for passing secrets to China: lawyer
  • Poles run for LGBT equality ahead of presidential vote
  • Laid off Hungarians turn to truck driving, carrot picking
  • Algeria to further relax coronavirus lockdown
  • Japan calls China's reported move on Hong Kong 'regrettable'
  • Turkey passes neighbourhood guards' bill, alarms opposition
  • Coronavirus deaths surge in Brazil, Mexico as regional leaders look to reopen
  • UK COVID-19 death toll nears 55,000 including suspected cases
  • Former HK leader calls out HSBC following UK criticism of security law
  • Australia's High Court says former judge sexually harassed six female staff
  • Congo announces end of Ebola outbreak in east, second deadliest on record
  • Macron caught off guard as spokeswoman calls for lifting taboo on race
  • A Peruvian driver delivers ashes of the dead as coronavirus toll mounts
  • Fierce presidential election erupts in Pacific amid China-Taiwan tussle
  • Sweden indignant as Finland excludes it from travel curb easing
  • No progress in latest round of EU-Brexit talks, Barnier says
  • Key dates in Hong Kong's anti-government protests
  • Tokyo confirms 58 new cases of coronavirus infection: TV Asahi
  • Iraqi officials release Iran-backed militiamen arrested last week
  • Britain's most senior civil servant stands down
  • Don't let the pub reopenings go to your head, warns UK PM Johnson
  • Japan lifts coronavirus travel curbs to help economy bounce back
  • Beirut's nightlife on the brink as pandemic compounds financial crisis
  • Japan has no position yet on Trump's plan to expand G7 summit
  • Turkey plans to resume flights with 40 countries in June
  • Canada hits 100,000 coronavirus cases, major challenges remain
  • Hundreds killed in further Taliban attacks with peace talks ahead
  • Hong Kong police refuse permission for march to mark handover
  • Putin appeals to Russians' core values as vote on extending term looms
  • Australian politician says he is not a suspect in 'China probe' after raid
  • EU becoming safer, better-off and healthier - but less gender-equal
  • Brazil sets another record for daily coronavirus deaths
  • What Hong Kong opinion poll respondents are saying about protests, security law
  • Namibia faces red locust invasion
  • Russia hopes India, China find mutually-acceptable solution to border clashes: Ifax
  • Dutch protesters smash windows after anti-racism protest canceled
  • Pakistani prime minister under fire for bin Laden 'martyrdom' remark
  • Mexican anti-discrimination agency chief resigns after censure by president
  • Norwegian police worry that coronavirus upheaval could lead to more radicalisation
  • Hong Kong to extend restrictions on foreign visitors by three months
  • French coronavirus 24-hour death toll under 30 for third day in a row
  • Germany: Doubt if now is right time to change G7 format
  • Merkel, Erdogan agree U.N. process for Libya should be bolstered: statement
  • PM Johnson says he is confident on future data-sharing with EU
  • Emirates to decide on fleet size in the next few months
  • Russia says new coronavirus cases at lowest since April 30
  • Republican lawmakers urge Trump to reconsider Germany troop reduction plan
  • "India's George Floyds": Father-son death in police custody sparks outrage
  • Lesotho former first lady arrested in murder case
  • Trump cutting U.S. ties with World Health Organization over virus
  • North Korea criticizes South Korea, threatens to close liaison office
  • Johnson & Johnson in talks with governments on possible COVID-19 vaccine
  • French nurse: We cared for COVID patients, who will care for us?
  • U.S., Russia agree on June nuclear arms talks, invite China: U.S. envoy
  • Bulgarian PM to be fined for not wearing face mask in church
  • Venezuela's rival presidents prepare to battle over gold in London vaults
  • Shot in the arm: South America seeks to tame seasonal flu as COVID-19 spreads
  • Macron says France won't remove statues, erase history
  • Churchill statue and war memorial boarded up before London protests
  • Russia plans coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in two weeks: report
  • NATO to investigate Mediterranean incident between French, Turkish warships
  • Ivory Coast to allow international flights from July 1
  • UK COVID-19 death toll surpasses 50,000:tally
  • NATO must deal with, not ignore Turkish problem: French official
  • Norway to lift travel curbs on European countries, with conditions
  • No details yet on Trump's Germany pullout, NATO chief says
  • EU to focus on rebuilding after pandemic in next 18 months: Germany
  • Little fear, lots of love as Madrid medics do home rounds amid pandemic
  • Some medics say they are muzzled in Egypt’s coronavirus response
  • Gunmen ambush Mali army convoy, soldiers killed: residents
  • Trump has not lost confidence in Venezela's Guaido: White House
  • Man appears in court over three stabbing deaths in English town
  • Death toll from Mexican quake rises to 10 as residents clear rubble
  • Italy's coronavirus death toll rises by 78 to 34,301
  • Review into two-metre rule to be completed in coming weeks, says UK PM's spokesman
  • Indonesia reports 1,043 new coronavirus infections, biggest daily rise
  • Toppling of statues in West prompts reflection in Russia, Ukraine over Soviet monuments
  • Russian journalist charged with justifying terrorism calls her trial a sham
  • For gay stars of banned condom ad, no let-up in Poland's LGBT rights clampdown
  • Philippine doctors shield families with 'quarantent', safe spaces
  • Who killed Swedish PM Olof Palme in 1986? Swedes hope to find out
  • France sees no change in Russia warranting reintegration to G7: Elysee official
  • Palace of Versailles to reopen, but will visitors come?
  • Russia jails anti-Kremlin prankster for 15 days for petty hooliganism
  • WHO sending team to China to investigate origins of coronavirus
  • Twitter takes down Beijing-backed influence operation pushing coronavirus messages
  • Malaysia reports 30 new COVID-19 infections
  • Brazil reports 679 new coronavirus deaths amid controversy over data
  • Australia eliminates coronavirus in many areas, to ease curbs
  • South Africa coronavirus restrictions further eased for casinos, salons
  • Citing virus, some Russian election officials shun vote to extend Putin rule
  • Turkish court rules Kurdish leader's jailing violated rights
  • Australia's High Court says former judge sexually harassed six female staff
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says armed forces exist to defend democracy
  • Britain to change immigration rules if China imposes security law on Hong Kong, Johnson says
  • Siberian zoo sees animal baby boom during lockdown
  • Workers living in Mexico helping California's pandemic health response