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  • Mexican protesters clash with police over custody death
  • Mexico registers 947 new deaths from coronavirus and 5,437 new cases
  • Strong quake shakes New Zealand's Milford Sound
  • Lawmakers in Europe call on Israel to ditch annexation plans
  • Coronavirus reaches maximum intensity in Mexico, health official says
  • Australia's Victoria state mandates coronavirus testing for travellers
  • Delhi reserves hospital beds for residents as virus cases surge
  • Factbox: Key details in draft of China's Hong Kong security law
  • Ukraine president's wife hospitalized with moderate COVID-19
  • Former South Africa president Zuma appears in court for resumed graft trial
  • Hungary's parliament revokes government's special powers as virus ebbs
  • Colombia ELN rebels would back U.N. ceasefire, urge government to join
  • Paris bans demo over black Frenchman who died in 2016 police operation
  • India says China unilaterally tried to change status quo at disputed border site
  • British PM Johnson hosts global vaccine summit, calls for funding
  • Hong Kong store owner rejects call to remove protest statue
  • Poles run for LGBT equality ahead of presidential vote
  • Australia's most populous state doubles public transport capacity as coronavirus curbs ease
  • Hong Kong's last British governor likens city's democrats to Mandela, King
  • Boko Haram kills 69, razes village in northern Nigeria: sources
  • A sight for sore eyes: Madrid reopens its museums
  • Hong Kong's Disneyland reopens after five-month coronavirus break
  • Denver police ordered to limit use of tear gas and plastic bullets in protests
  • Rio Tinto loses Australian indigenous backing after blasting sacred caves
  • Malaysia to ask Bangladesh to take back Rohingya refugees found at sea
  • Iran rejects U.N. report that arms 'of Iranian origin' used in Saudi attacks
  • Kyrgyzstan to resume domestic flights, allow Chinese charter flights
  • Saudi Arabia confirms virtual donors conference for Yemen with U.N.
  • Austrian army officer found guilty of spying for Russia but set free
  • Drought adds to Belgian farmers' coronavirus misery
  • Palestinian PM: Israel must face consequences over planned West Bank annexations
  • Malta PM demands inquiry after /Times of Malta report
  • Australian police arrest two after Captain Cook statue defaced
  • India seeks extradition from Pakistan of suspected Mumbai attack mastermind
  • Nigeria's president rebukes security chiefs over worsening violence
  • Coronavirus crisis could see number of extreme poor rise to 1.1 billion worldwide: researchers
  • Spain extends its state of emergency until June 21
  • Philippines must pass anti-terrorism bill to stay off "grey list": council
  • Relatives of Mexico's disappeared surround president's car, demand meeting
  • In Haiti, coronavirus spreads in slums, showing challenge for Latin America
  • Panama isolates migrants in remote jungle coronavirus unit
  • China says U.S. 'addicted to quitting' over plan to withdraw from WHO
  • Assange surprised by timing of new U.S. indictment
  • Turkey says Macron suffers 'eclipse of the mind' over Libya
  • Oldest and largest ancient Maya structure found in Mexico
  • Oxford college says it wants to remove statue of colonialist Rhodes
  • 'Summer is not yet lost', Irish PM backs air bridges
  • No call between Trump and India's Modi on China border tension: official source
  • UK says China and Russia trying to exploit coronavirus crisis
  • Petition calling for UK PM's aide to be sacked passes one million signatures
  • Spain may quarantine British tourists, minister tells BBC
  • U.S.'s Pompeo to meet China's top diplomat in Hawaii seeking to ease tensions: media
  • Arrest of military pilot sparks protests in Djibouti: lawyer, social media
  • U.N. Libya mission says warring sides have engaged in truce talks
  • Thai army holds ceremony countering pro-democracy protesters view of history
  • Soaring demand and sagging spirits at casket maker in Peru
  • Global Pride event to unite groups after canceled parades
  • Extreme poverty in Italy was falling before coronavirus, survey shows
  • Taiwan jets 'drive away' intruding Chinese fighter plane, third intrusion in days
  • Germans off to sunny Spain as Europe loosens border lockdown
  • Cuba starts easing lockdown but shortages hamper businesses
  • Denmark agrees to send more troops to Iraq's NATO training mission
  • Ruling Mongolian People's Party wins landslide election
  • Hong Kong store owner rejects call to remove protest statue
  • China to impose visa restrictions on U.S. individuals over Hong Kong
  • Belgium adopts mobile tracking to limit beach crowds
  • Italian nursing homes lacked tools for COVID-19 onslaught, survey shows
  • UK coastguards locate wreckage of U.S. fighter plane, pilot missing
  • Iran's Zarif sees Trump favourite to win U.S. election
  • Hungary's parliament revokes government's special powers as virus ebbs
  • EU 'appalled' by Floyd's death, warns against excess force
  • Australia scrambles to prevent second COVID-19 wave after first death in a month
  • Rotating premiership in recession should force "spiky pragmatism" on Irish leaders
  • Pakistani court convicts three in politician's murder in London
  • North Korea accuses U.S. of hurting its image with cyber threat warning
  • Hong Kong police fire pepper spray to disperse Tiananmen protesters
  • WHO calls for Brazil to better coordinate efforts against coronavirus
  • Taiwan's Chiang Kai-shek statues draw curious crowds - and controversy
  • In Brazil, the elderly and loved ones reunite, with a little ingenuity
  • Facing crisis, Cuba calls on citizens to grow more of their own food
  • Voices from the streets; why protesters are marching the world over
  • Mainland China reports 19 new coronavirus cases, including 13 in Beijing
  • UK support for Johnson's Conservatives falls as COVID deaths rise
  • India, China commanders meet after border clash amid calls for boycott of Chinese goods
  • Mexican federal judge and wife shot dead in violent western state
  • Brazil's Supreme Court halts police raids in Rio's favelas during pandemic
  • Tanzanian court finds opposition leader guilty of sedition, sets him free
  • Australian surfer killed in shark attack
  • Factbox: Key details in draft of China's Hong Kong security law
  • Venezuela lawyer indicted for 'attack' after being pinned to street by military officer
  • Mexico posts record number of new coronavirus infections
  • Mexico confirms nearly 600 new coronavirus deaths: health ministry
  • Donors promise Yemen $1.35 billion, falling short of U.N. target to save aid operations
  • Ireland seeks health officials' backing to speed up reopening plan
  • Cuba to test visitors for coronavirus, limit tourism to keys
  • Sudan to introduce direct cash payments to its neediest citizens
  • Canada public servants will still work remotely even as offices reopen: minister
  • Tanzanian recycling plant starts making face shields from plastic bottles
  • Polish parliament passes presidential election bill, date still to be fixed
  • Need a bit more human contact? So do London Zoo's gorillas