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  • For Greek camp migrants, COVID-19 quarantine was spark
  • Belarusian opposition leader meets France's Macron: social media
  • Canada, U.S., EU and Britain are discussing sanctions against Belarus: Ottawa
  • Australian PM Morrison's approval rating rises, poll shows
  • Pompeo says violence must stop in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • As foreigners depart, Singapore sees population drop for first time since 2003
  • Kremlin critic Navalny posts photo of himself walking
  • Police arrested a local journalist alleging spying for China
  • UK promises 'unfettered access' legal guarantee for Northern Ireland by year end
  • Putin tells Russians to obey rules as COVID-19 cases tick higher
  • Bahrain King reiterates necessity for peace based on two state solution after Israel normalization agreement
  • U.S. troops to stay longer in Lithuania, defence minister says
  • Russia's transport police say probe into Navalny case still under way
  • Russia to keep ex-journalist accused of treason behind bars: court
  • Burned out and abused: French COVID-19 testers strike over work conditions
  • Police clear climate protesters from square near Swiss parliament
  • Colombia opens South America's longest road tunnel
  • Bahrain king says accord with Israel not directed against any country
  • Hungary's Orban convinced Trump will win U.S. election, has no plan B
  • Slovakia reports record high 552 new COVID-19 cases
  • Chemical weapons agency: use of nerve agent is considered use of chemical weapons
  • Venezuela's Maduro says election delay to meet EU request 'impossible'
  • Police in Belarus detained more than 350 people at Sunday's protests
  • Pope calls for negotiations over Caucasus flare-up
  • Afghan peace talk negotiators hold first direct session in Doha
  • Myanmar’s ‘maximum containment’ COVID plan pushed to brink as virus surges
  • EU's executive offers Britain 'good faith' in Brexit talks
  • U.S. Secretary of State says up to Afghans to determine political system during peace talks
  • Pompeo tells Southeast Asia to stand up to China, shun its firms
  • Philippine court to hear appeal against early release of U.S. Marine convicted of killing transgender woman
  • Germany extends COVID-19 travel warning for outside Europe until Sept. 30
  • Afghan police seize four tonnes of bomb-making chemical
  • Iran's military holds annual drill near Strait of Hormuz: state TV
  • EU won't accept Britain going back on Brexit deal, Germany's Roth says - magazine
  • Exclusive: EU prepares to lift sanctions on Libyan powerbroker, diplomats say
  • London on course for new COVID curbs: Evening Standard
  • Vatican steps up opposition to euthanasia and assisted suicide
  • Exclusive: U.S. eyes December agreement on F-35 jets with UAE - sources
  • Police raid Russian opposition groups before local elections
  • Thousands protest against Bulgarian government, scuffle with police
  • Thousands protest against Bulgarian government, scuffle with police
  • China says Australia searched homes of four Chinese journalists
  • Argentine lawmaker quits after lewd act during virtual session
  • U.S., Germany among 29 nations condemning reported internet shutdowns in Belarus
  • UK overriding Brexit divorce deal would be 'self-defeating': EU diplomats
  • Thai republic hashtag trends as frustration surges among protesters
  • Cameroonian soldiers jailed for killing women and children
  • Canada, biggest provinces promise new steps to fight second COVID wave
  • Factbox: Selected quotes as COVID-19 pandemic reaches new milestone
  • UK's Johnson raises concerns with Turkey's Erdogan over east Med tensions
  • UK reports 4,044 new cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths
  • Russia urges Germany to share Navalny's medical information: foreign ministry
  • U.S., Guyana to launch joint maritime patrols near disputed Venezuela border
  • Twitter confirms account of PM Modi's personal website hacked
  • French government to consider local lockdowns as COVID virus worsens
  • India unlikely to revoke PUBG ban despite Tencent license withdrawal - source
  • Ukraine's president orders prompt investigation of plane crash
  • Russia to send paratroopers to Belarus for joint drills starting on Monday: RIA
  • Japan's Suga says important to cover fertility treatment by national insurance
  • EU says 'time is too short' to send observers for Venezuela's December vote
  • UK seeks to seize $39 million from lawyer who helped corrupt Nigerian politician
  • Taiwan reports multiple Chinese fighters to its southwest
  • Czech Republic to tighten restrictions on public gatherings: health minister
  • Indian, China troops exchanged gunshots twice last week as tensions rose
  • Belarus says police detained 633 protesters on Sunday
  • South Korea to secure coronavirus vaccines for 60% of population
  • Students blockade top arts university as Hungary's government tightens control
  • Wealthy Britons step up citizenship shopping to thwart Brexit
  • Factbox: A stern enforcer who does 100 sit-ups daily - some facts about Japan's Suga
  • Angered by Arab-Israel ties, Palestine quits chairing Arab League sessions
  • 'Everything is uncertain': Coronavirus rages in Argentina, cases top 700,000
  • Smoke from Beirut port remnants of Thursday fire, 'no danger to city' - source
  • Kremlin: bottle in Navalny case could have been evidence, but was removed from Russia
  • Complacency could be our undoing, UK PM Johnson warns on virus
  • Sea of Slush: Arctic sea ice lows mark a new polar climate regime
  • Pompeo says U.S. 'deeply concerned' over Turkey actions in east Med
  • Catalans rally for independence despite health warnings
  • China's Xi tells Japan's Suga that he hopes for cooperation: state TV
  • Hundreds of Belarus protesters say they were beaten by police, demand justice
  • Lebanon going "to hell" if government not formed: president
  • Madrid region orders partial lockdown in poorer areas hit by COVID-19
  • Colombia coronavirus cases pass 700,000, deaths nearing 23,000
  • France's COVID hospitalisations at one-month high as cases surge
  • Dutch coronavirus second wave continues, cases near record on Monday
  • UAE, Israeli cyber chiefs discuss joining forces to combat common threats
  • French PM tests negative for COVID after contact at Tour de France
  • UK summons Russian ambassador over Kremlin-critic Navalny
  • Desperate migrants stranded on Greek island seek shelter, Europe weighs options
  • French president to go to Lithuania and Latvia amid Russia tensions
  • Singapore grapples with coronavirus in migrant workers' dormitories
  • Taiwan says Chinese anti-submarine aircraft off its coast
  • Burned out and abused: French COVID-19 testers strike over work conditions
  • Students return to class in Wuhan, but parents and teachers wary of coronavirus risk
  • Explainer: What happens next with UK plan to breach Brexit divorce treaty?
  • South Korea charges former 'comfort women' activist with fraud, embezzlement
  • Polish deputy foreign minister says Navalny situation very worrying: PAP
  • Delhi police file rioting charges against government critics
  • EU rule of law action against Hungary, Poland to continue: Germany
  • Dozens of Hong Kong people write postcards to fugitives arrested by China
  • Taiwan president praises 'heroic' pilots who intercepted Chinese jets