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  • Islamic state claims responsibility for Kabul suicide bombing: statement
  • U.S. warns China against Taiwan attack, stresses U.S. 'ambiguity'
  • Pompeo seeks reversal of 'provocative' North Cyprus move to reopen Varosha
  • NATO chief calls for Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says 21 more servicemen killed in fighting with Azerbaijan
  • Greece says Turkey encroaching on continental shelf with new hydrocarbon search
  • Anti-lockdowners protest as London COVID alert level is raised
  • On Suga's overseas debut, Japan, Vietnam agree broadly on defence transfer
  • Malaysia reports 287 new coronavirus cases, biggest daily jump
  • China says will maintain ban on outbound tours due to virus risk
  • Thai PM says preparing to lift emergency in Bangkok
  • Italy reports new record of 21,273 coronavirus cases as more curbs imposed
  • COVID disrupts EU summit as pandemic casts new shadow over Europe
  • Brussels edges towards lockdown as Belgian COVID-19 cases hit record high
  • UAE resumes granting some work permits, entry permits for domestic workers
  • Merkel wants a fair Brexit deal that serves both sides
  • China's Communist party leadership says to promote Taiwan's reunification with mainland: Xinhua
  • Four dead, several injured in Beirut fuel tank explosion
  • UK should enshrine food standards in law, opposition leader says
  • Exclusive: Russian operation masqueraded as right-wing news site to target U.S. voters - sources
  • Malaysia says allegations of forced labour in palm plantations is "old issue"
  • Britain moves closer to COVID-19 vaccine trials that infect volunteers
  • Armenian PM Pashinyan says Azerbaijan aims to completely occupy Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Child malnutrition at record highs in parts of Yemen: U.N. survey
  • Venezuelan opposition politician Lopez arrives in Madrid, Spain says
  • Azerbaijan says one civilian dead, four wounded in Armenian rocket attack on Ganja
  • Ethiopia proposes holding postponed vote in May or June 2021: FANA
  • Malaysia's king rejects PM Muhyiddin's request to impose emergency rule
  • Russia not producing chemical weapons, Kremlin says after OPCW findings on Navalny
  • Chinese app allows small glimpse beyond 'Great Firewall'
  • Police in Belarus detained more than 500 people at protests on Monday: RIA
  • Weekly COVID-19 cases up 61% in England - test and trace scheme
  • Vienna attacker was born and raised in the city, newspaper editor says
  • France reports more than 12,000 new coronavirus infections
  • Czech COVID-19 cases surge, government warns on hospital capacity
  • Russia disagrees with Turkey's position on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russian foreign minister says
  • Ethiopia summons U.S. ambassador over Trump comments in dam dispute
  • Azeri foreign minister?says Nagorno-Karabakh truce is temporary
  • Kyrgyz parliament seeks to hold emergency meeting Wednesday: report
  • Heading off revolt, UK hands lawmakers more say on coronavirus
  • UK's COVID testing system hit by Roche supply chain glitch
  • French Muslim leader says Muslims should ignore controversial cartoons
  • Polish protesters disrupt church services over near-total abortion ban
  • Montenegro's senior Orthodox Christian cleric tests COVID-positive
  • Netherlands confirms cases of H5N8 bird flu in wild swans
  • Turkish arms sales to Azerbaijan surged before Nagorno-Karabakh fighting
  • Taiwan says military under pressure from China as missions mount
  • As the Arctic's attractions mount, Greenland is a security black hole
  • UK says some Brexit progress has been made but differences remain
  • Australia refers invasive search of women at Qatar airport to federal police
  • A millennials love affair: China's second-hand luxury goods market booms
  • Mexico says two women may have had non-consensual surgery in U.S. detention center
  • France to expel 231 suspected extremists after attack on teacher:source
  • U.S. names coordinator on Tibet amid tensions with China
  • New Zealand's Ardern says she'll step down as party boss if she loses election
  • UK to exclude Chinese students from sensitive subjects - Times
  • Colombia's capital will see second, smaller coronavirus outbreak, mayor says
  • China says U.S. should stop meddling after exiled Tibetan leader visits State Department
  • North Korea appears to have held anniversary military parade: South's military
  • Turkish parliament condemns remarks by France's Macron in cartoon row
  • Sri Lanka parliament strengthens presidential powers
  • Luis Arce: Bolivia's new president credited for its socialist growth 'miracle'
  • 'Something close' to genocide in China's Xinjiang, says U.S. security adviser
  • Divided world is failing COVID-19 test, says frustrated U.N. chief
  • Serbia tests Chinese drones, Russian jets at major exercise
  • Relatives accuse Hong Kong government of lying over surveillance of detainees
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan agree to defuse Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Church of England failed to protect children from sexual predators, inquiry says
  • Armenia says it is ready to work for Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire
  • Chile keeps eye on Chinese fishing fleet along South American coast
  • Analysis: Trump sanctions could give Biden a bargaining chip in deal talks with Iran
  • Pandemic adds to war in keeping Libyan children out of school
  • 'Time is running out,' EU warns, urging measures to avoid new lockdowns
  • EU wants a constructive relationship with Turkey: von der Leyen
  • Israeli minister quits government over COVID-19 curbs on protests
  • Turkey's Erdogan hopes to work with Russia in Nagorno-Karabakh solution
  • Iceland closes bars, gyms again to curb coronavirus spread
  • Ethiopia's Oromo celebrate tense thanksgiving amid tight security
  • Palestinian business leader hopes UAE, Bahrain will press Israel to stop settlements
  • UK police officers face misconduct probe over stop of two Black athletes
  • EU summit chair: we want trade deal with Britain but must protect our market
  • France reports over 25,000 new coronavirus infections in past 24 hours
  • Pakistan opposition holds mass rally calling for PM Khan to go
  • Clashes erupt in protests against new Indonesian jobs law
  • Taiwan president to pledge strong defences as China tensions rise
  • Schools and mosques closed in Tehran as COVID-19 infections rise
  • Lebanese security chief tests positive for COVID-19 in U.S
  • German minister says rising coronavirus numbers worrying
  • UAE welcomes permanent ceasefire agreement in Libya - statement
  • UK Labour opposition leader calls for 'circuit breaker' virus lockdown
  • UAE records highest daily COVID-19 cases for second day
  • Thai emergency decree extended to end-November to curb coronavirus
  • North Korea's Kim pledges thousands of new homes as economic push begins
  • France's new COVID-19 cases above the 10,000 threshold again
  • 'Square of Change': a Belarus courtyard becomes an unlikely protest battleground
  • Kyrgyz PM Japarov says he is assuming presidential powers
  • Azerbaijan ready return to talks with Armenia when military conflict ends: TASS citing Aliyev
  • Former Pakistani prime minister accuses country’s army chief of toppling his government
  • At least 11 dead in blast in northwest Syrian town: witnesses
  • Aliyev says he believes Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will be solved