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  • Bahrain opposition rejects Israel normalisation, calls for resistance
  • EU's Michel says relocation no silver bullet to migration feuds
  • France's Macron says U.S. maximum pressure on Iran not working
  • UK's Johnson, France's Macron agree on need for Brexit deal, UK says
  • Support for New Zealand's Ardern drops in latest poll but coalition still seen winning
  • More than 60 LGBT, intersex people killed in Colombia in first eight months of 2020
  • Iranian wrestler Navid Afkari executed over 2018 security guard killing
  • New record in Dutch daily coronavirus cases, 2777: health authorities
  • Belarus opposition leader calls for U.N. monitoring mission
  • EU human rights dialogue with China will continue, says Merkel
  • India reports global daily record of new coronavirus cases
  • Dutch coronavirus second wave continues, cases near record on Monday
  • Turkey says U.S. needs to return to neutral stance on Cyprus
  • UK says report on PM Johnson trip to Italy is 'completely untrue'
  • Delhi police file rioting charges against government critics
  • Brexit in crisis: EU 'very concerned' by UK plan to break divorce treaty
  • Ukraine border officials say Belarusian protest leader came to frontier, did not cross
  • Pandemic slashes worldwide income from work by a tenth: ILO
  • Ireland plans to open all pubs on September 21: minister
  • Madrid residents facing localised lockdown doubt curbs will work
  • Peru's Vizcarra survives ouster vote in Congress impeachment trial amid economic turmoil
  • Huge explosions rock military facility in Jordan, army blames heat wave
  • Belarusian leader says he asked Putin for weapons
  • Hundreds of Belarus protesters say they were beaten by police, demand justice
  • South Korea's new coronavirus cases sink to three-week low amid tight restrictions
  • Coronavirus surge in Canada checks Trudeau's green ambitions
  • Hungarian radio station critical of Orban faces battle to renew its licence
  • Venezuela opposition must stop pretending to be government, Capriles says
  • Nine in ten recovered COVID-19 patients experience side-effects - study
  • Russian jets strike Syrian rebel-held bastion in heaviest strikes since ceasefire
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Armenia must withdraw from Azeri lands
  • Czech PM Babis taps epidemiologist as minister to fight COVID-19 surge
  • Spain seeks 'democratic guarantees' from Venezuela for elections
  • UK records 1,940 new daily COVID cases; highest since May 30
  • Lebanon's parliament speaker says still sticks to French initiative
  • Dutch PM Rutte plans 'regional' steps as coronavirus cases hit record
  • Saudi-Led coalition destroys explosive-laden drone launched by Yemen's Houthis
  • Court acquits Hindu nationalist leaders in Babri mosque demolition case
  • UK hands over to India statues stolen from Hindu temple in 1978
  • Vatican officials defend accord with China after Pompeo criticism
  • EU won't accept Britain going back on Brexit deal, Germany's Roth says - magazine
  • Norwegian lawmaker nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
  • Australia's Claremont serial killer found guilty after 30 years
  • Baltic states extend travel ban to more Belarus officials
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero says he was duped into coming to Rwanda, NYT reports
  • Johnson to levy 10,000 pound fine on COVID-19 rule-breakers
  • Pompeo says Trump administration eager for end to Gulf rift
  • Ethiopia tells U.N. 'no intention' of using dam to harm Egypt, Sudan
  • Japan health minister Kato likely to replace Suga as chief cabinet secretary: Nippon TV
  • Philippines extends partial coronavirus curbs in Manila until Oct 31
  • Russia asks Germany for copious details of poison tests on Navalny
  • Three years after exodus, Myanmar erases names of Rohingya villages, U.N. map makers follow suit
  • China says Australian embassy obstructed law enforcement in case of evacuated journalists
  • Coronavirus ravages Latin America's working class, Mexico deaths pass 75,000
  • Palestinians rally against Bahrain-Israel normalisation
  • Belarus to close border with Poland and Lithuania: Lukashenko
  • Trump to host Israel-United Arab Emirates deal-signing ceremony on September 15
  • Singapore to trial business traveller pass as virus curbs ease
  • Czech Republic to tighten restrictions on public gatherings: health minister
  • France calls on U.S. to drop sanctions against ICC staff
  • Early count points to centre-left win in Italy's Puglia regional election
  • Malta police arrest former PM's chief of staff in money laundering probe
  • Nagorno-Karabakh region says 26 more troops killed in fighting with Azeri forces
  • France's Le Drian: Russia has explaining to do on Navalny
  • Japan says will look for better ways to counter missile attacks
  • Diplomat named Mali PM, meeting regional bloc demand for civilian
  • Ex-Goldman banker seeks review of 1MDB charges in Malaysia
  • Greek PM promises permanent migrant centre after fire on Lesbos
  • About 10 Malian soldiers killed in militant attack, army says
  • New Zealand election campaign starts, Ardern seeks mandate
  • Japan's new government should focus on response to coronavirus, digitalization:poll
  • No sign of end to Far East anti-Kremlin rallies after nearly two months
  • UK records 2,988 new coronavirus cases, highest since May
  • White House says Trump looks forward to working with Japan's Suga
  • 'There's nothing we can do,' striking South African undertakers tell bereaved
  • India says China laying cables to bolster communications at border flashpoint
  • Taiwan holds anti-landing drill on frontline island with China
  • Spain tops 700,000 coronavirus cases, Madrid surge in spotlight
  • Germany says it will investigate Navalny poisoning case, if he agrees
  • Insurgency in Mozambique threatens food security, says World Food Programme
  • Prisoners sought by Taliban on flight to Doha, peace talks this weekend
  • Australia flies journalists out of China after questioning
  • UK says Russia must explain why Putin critic Navalny was poisoned with Novichok
  • Twitter confirms account of PM Modi's personal website hacked
  • Visegrad Four grouping push back on new EU migration plan
  • Police in Belarus arrest at least 53 people: activists
  • Mexico records 5,937 new coronavirus cases, 513 more deaths
  • 'My life's work': Venezuelan union leader vows to defend workers after pardon
  • UK reports 6,178 new COVID-19 cases, highest figure since May 1
  • Romania's coronavirus cases surpass 100,000 - government
  • Japan's Suga wins party leadership race, headed for premiership
  • French PM tests negative for COVID after contact at Tour de France
  • Britain is fully committed to implementing withdrawal agreement, PM's spokesman says
  • Nobel winners to get $110,000 raise as prize money increased
  • Fear and resolve at Philippine maternity hospital amid pandemic
  • Malaysia's king to remain in hospital for follow-up treatment: palace
  • Quebec to fine people for not wearing face masks in indoor public areas
  • Slovakia reports record spike in coronavirus cases
  • Factbox: Mediaset and more - Berlusconi's business empire
  • Ivory Coast to free opposition leader's allies in pre-vote peace gesture, spokesman says