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  • Azerbaijan ready return to talks with Armenia when military conflict ends: TASS citing Aliyev
  • Russia approves second COVID-19 vaccine after preliminary trials
  • Polanski's wartime rescuers named Righteous Among the Nations
  • Jailed for protesting, Belarus basketball star speaks out for political change
  • Putin and Saudi crown prince discuss OPEC+ agreements and coronavirus
  • Donors pledge $600 million for Rohingya to meet aid shortfall
  • China launches crackdown on mobile web browsers, decries 'chaos' of information
  • Somali women's basketball team defy prejudice, hostility
  • Spanish families mark Day of the Dead separately amid COVID-19 fears
  • Armenia publishes photos of wreckage it says is SU-25 warplane shot down by Turkish F-16 jet
  • Slack says some users facing performance glitches on app
  • Tens of thousands march in Belarus despite firearms threat
  • Kuwait's new emir meets senior U.S. and Iranian officials
  • UK army veteran 'Major Mick' attempts to row 100 miles in homemade boat
  • COVID crisis derails Britain's plan to recast its global role
  • Azeri president says Turkey should be in Nagorno-Karabakh talks
  • Ethiopia proposes holding postponed vote in May or June 2021: FANA
  • Belarus announces sanctions list in retaliation against EU
  • Russia gives whistleblower Edward Snowden permanent residency rights
  • Spain invokes state of emergency for Madrid lockdown
  • Russia's Lavrov says Moscow willing to host Azeri and Armenian counterparts for talks
  • Thai PM says to lift emergency amid protests
  • Irish health chiefs recommend return to full lockdown: sources
  • American jailed for bid to overthrow Vietnam government says he was kidnapped
  • New Caledonia rejects independence from France: full referendum count
  • Venezuela insists on December congress vote despite EU call for delay
  • Slovak parliament narrowly rejects tightening of abortion rules
  • UK foreign minister Raab says hopeful of closing gap in EU talks before summit
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says 62 more of its soldiers killed
  • UK records 14,162 daily COVID-19 cases
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial Brazil volunteer dies, trial to continue
  • North Korea's Kim pledges thousands of new homes as economic push begins
  • Cyprus says plan to re-open part of abandoned Varosha illegal
  • Russia arrests two men for stealing icon donated by Putin to island monastery
  • Indian parliamentary panel slams Twitter in China map dispute
  • Malaysian royal palace postpones meetings due to coronavirus curbs
  • Egypt's Sisi welcomes normalising of ties between Sudan and Israel: tweet
  • Britain to restrict export of flu vaccines to protect UK supplies
  • Nigerian minister says it's unclear who shot protesters in Lagos
  • Turkey touts past maritime conquests ahead of talks on Mediterranean dispute
  • Tens of thousands protest in Belarus, defying warning shots
  • Russia disagrees with Turkey's position on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russian foreign minister says
  • Germany's Scholz calls for targeted, temporary curbs to slow coronavirus spread
  • Myanmar releases voter app criticised for Rohingya label, despite EU objection
  • U.S. special envoy says message from Britain, EU is no return to hard border in Ireland
  • Indonesia police fire tear gas at protesters in Jakarta:witness
  • Grave-counting satellite images seek to track Yemen's COVID death toll
  • U.S. stresses reform, anti-corruption as Hariri named Lebanese prime minister
  • Johnson locks down England as UK COVID-19 cases pass 1 million
  • Taiwan says Hong Kong warned of ongoing danger after South China Sea flight blocked
  • Poland reports over 8,000 new coronavirus cases
  • Germany says EU could sanction Russians who make nerve agents
  • U.S.-backed truce crumbles as Nagorno-Karabakh fighting resumes
  • Belgium tightens social contact rules as coronavirus cases surge
  • UK to pilot new COVID-19 mass testing approach in Liverpool
  • West African leaders lift sanctions on Mali
  • Deal to normalise ties with Israel stirs opposition in Sudan
  • First Tripoli-Benghazi flight for a year follows Libya talks
  • China says U.S. undermines Taiwan Strait's stability
  • Facebook shuts NZ party's page before polls over COVID-19 misinformation
  • Prince William recruits celebrities to launch global environment prize
  • Pakistan army orders probe into alleged abduction of top provincial police official following outcry
  • Kidnapped French aid worker's son cautious on word of her release in Mali
  • Iraqi Kurdish prime minister condemns Erbil attack
  • Australia to discuss security, economic recovery at 'Quad' meeting with Japan, India, U.S
  • Poland's government heads further to the right in new lineup
  • EU Commission says both sides engaging 'intensively' to reach Brexit deal
  • Barnier says for UK access to EU market competition must be free and fair
  • Australia's Labor Party on track to win Queensland vote in COVID-dominated race
  • Iran short of 'significant quantity' of potential bomb material: IAEA boss
  • Merkel says fight against 'Islamist terrorism' is common struggle
  • Israeli minister says Turkey opposed to regional peace
  • Brazil surpasses 150,000 coronavirus deaths, health ministry says
  • Belarusian students complain of expulsions after joining opposition strike
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah: negotiating over border does not mean peace with Israel
  • Delhi stops displaying notices at homes of COVID-19 patients because of stigma
  • France, Russia, U.S. demand immediate end to Nagorno-Karabakh hostilities
  • EU faces summit impasse on Belarus sanctions as Cyprus stands firm
  • First Jerusalem-born American gets U.S. passport that lists 'Israel' as birthplace
  • Greece says Turkey lacks credibility after new sail to disputed waters
  • Irish court rejects French extradition of Briton Bailey for 1996 murder
  • 'Shameful': Church of England head decries child abuse cover-up
  • Putin calls for fighting to stop in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Merkel plans 'lockdown light' to slow infection wave in Germany - Bild
  • WHO 'outraged' by sex abuse reports in Congo Ebola operation
  • Italy's daily coronavirus cases hit new record, infections in Lombardy soar
  • Czechs in COVID quarantine head to drive-in polling stations forregional vote
  • Valuable stolen Mao Zedong scroll found cut in half in Hong Kong
  • UAE resumes granting some work permits, entry permits for domestic workers
  • Turkey withdraws from base in northwest Syria, sources say
  • Mexico removes Columbus statue ahead of annual protest
  • Yazidi Iraqi keeps tradition alive of arak-making from dates
  • Exclusive: Russian hackers targeted California, Indiana Democratic parties
  • Merkel: Turkey deal clears way for Belarus sanctions
  • French mayor threatened with 'decapitation' just week after Paty murder
  • Lebanon's Sunni leader Hariri urges revival of French plan
  • Seven bodies found in fertilizer shipment from Serbia to Paraguay
  • Mental health services disrupted during pandemic, as needs grow - WHO
  • Spain considers curfews to fight new coronavirus wave
  • Explainer: Malaysian premier seeks a state of emergency amid political crisis