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  • 'We must go on,' says Lebanese designer Elie Saab after blast
  • Oman opens tourist restaurants and swimming pools in hotels
  • Afghan President signs decree to release final batch of Taliban prisoners - sources
  • U.S. won't approve Israeli annexations for 'some time', Kushner says
  • German lawmakers flag private party ban as coronavirus cases rise
  • City in China's Inner Mongolia issues warning after bubonic plague patient dies
  • Libya's NOC welcomes oil restart proposal, calls for military withdrawal
  • Israel, UAE to normalize relations in shift in Mideast politics; West Bank annexations on hold
  • Belarus jails two opposition leaders; teachers head rally of thousands
  • Exclusive: France outlines reforms for crisis-ridden Lebanon
  • Syrian opposition urges major powers to back nationwide ceasefire
  • Germany: There are many indications of electoral fraud in Belarus
  • Factbox: Heavily-armed Hezbollah is Lebanon's most powerful group
  • Finland launches its own coronavirus tracing app
  • Berlin police prepare for violence at protests against coronavirus curbs
  • Twitter attaches disclaimer on Trump's 'mail drop boxes' tweet
  • Facebook executive in India files police complaint after report on content practices
  • Belarus will shut transit routes if sanctions imposed, Lukashenko says
  • Montenegro ruling DPS party just ahead of pro-Serb alliance -pollster
  • New Zealand reports five new confirmed cases of coronavirus
  • Japan's Suga has indicated he will stand in LDP leadership election: source
  • Mexico to trial China, U.S. COVID-19 vaccines, may produce some
  • People exposed to virus but without symptoms should be tested, if feasible: WHO
  • Syria Constitutional Committee 'on hold' after three members test positive for COVID-19: U.N.
  • Active Irish COVID-19 tracing app users drop on battery problem - HSE
  • More than 25 killed and over 2,500 injured in Beirut blast, says health minister
  • U.S. lifts global health coronavirus travel advisory
  • Factbox: Who's who in Mali's military junta?
  • 'What's to be ashamed of': Malaysia's Najib back on the stump despite guilty verdict
  • Novavax to deliver 60 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine candidate to UK
  • Hungary exempts some visitors from border lockdown, riles EU
  • President of Belarus accuses Russia of lying, warns of revolution plot
  • Honduras to reopen domestic and international flights in mid-August
  • Indonesia drive-in concert delivers live music as coronavirus rages
  • Senegal port seeks removal of 2,700 tonnes of chemical that caused Beirut blast
  • Japan PM Abe returns to office after health exam, says ready to work
  • Vietnam PM says next 10 days 'critical' in virus fight
  • Arrest of Lai marks end of Hong Kong's press freedom, activist Law says
  • Survey finds most Britons reject COVID-19 'vaccine nationalism'
  • India interior minister back in hospital after recovering from COVID-19
  • France's Le Drian urges transparency from Russia over Navalny
  • Mali protest movement says detention of president 'not a military coup'
  • Japan to ease COVID-19 re-entry curbs on foreigners with resident visas: NHK
  • Lebanon orders two-week shutdown after COVID-19 surge
  • White House officials seek momentum with other countries after Israel-UAE deal
  • Siberian hospital diagnoses Kremlin critic Navalny with metabolic disease
  • UAE could reintroduce curfew in some areas as COVID-19 cases rise, official says
  • Piles of cash in viral video stoke bribery scandal in Mexico
  • U.S. closes lanes, adds checks at Mexico border to contain coronavirus
  • Thailand's king swears in cabinet, silent on demands for royal reform
  • Google says Australian antitrust law would hit small content creators
  • South Korea urges work from home as country reports most daily cases since March
  • Rohingya politicians excluded from Myanmar election
  • India to reopen underground train networks even as coronavirus cases jump
  • Norway adds Germany to COVID-19 quarantine list
  • Malaysia's Mahathir plans new party to woo majority Malay support
  • Hundreds protest against exams in India as virus cases hit new peak
  • Taiwan's China-friendly opposition routed in mayoral by-election
  • Niger floods kill 51, drive thousands from their homes
  • Polish border guards detain 34 people from Middle East found in a lorry
  • Australia open to talks over where NZ mosque shooter serves life sentence
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro calls surging Amazon fires a 'lie'
  • Russia's Lavrov says Belarusian opposition members who left for West seek 'bloodshed': RIA
  • Belarusian election commission says Lukashenko was re-elected by a landslide
  • Middle East insurers seen taking bulk of losses from Beirut blast: sources
  • Mexico to trial China, U.S. COVID-19 vaccines, may produce some
  • Brazil fires top parks official in latest environmental reshuffle
  • India moves Kashmiri village leaders to safety after wave of attacks
  • 'Sheep without a shepherd': Hong Kong churches torn by politics
  • Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi confirms contesting for second term
  • Zimbabwe says foreign white farmers can apply to get back seized land
  • UK transport minister says doesn't want to offer false hope on airport tests
  • Thousands protest in Mauritius over dead dolphins, demand resignations
  • Abenomics fails to deliver as Japan braces for post-Abe era
  • U.S. will do utmost to renew Iran arms embargo: Pompeo
  • Big cats' droppings help German circus weather coronavirus crisis
  • Dominican Republic's new president takes office warning of tough recovery
  • Exiled news service started by teen blogger becomes big source of Belarus news
  • Prominent Indian lawyer found guilty of contempt, fined one rupee
  • UNIFIL ship docked in Beirut port was damaged and naval peacekeepers were injured
  • Iran says U.S. arms embargo push at U.N. will fail - TV
  • U.N. tribunal verdict does not concern Hezbollah, says MP
  • E3 say cannot support U.S. move to restore U.N. sanctions on Iran
  • Bus torched in Ivory Coast as election tensions run high
  • U.S. backs EU probe of Russian opposition leader's illness: Pompeo
  • Special Report: COVID opens new doors for China's gene giant
  • Argentina death toll from coronavirus tops 5,000 as new cases spike
  • Hong Kong police chief says has no information on arrests off Chinese coast
  • Putin tells Merkel external intervention in Belarus would be unacceptable
  • Finland's PM calls for shortening working hours
  • U.S. sanctions branded 'clowning actions' as Hong Kong vows it won't be intimidated
  • Mideast peace talks remain priority, Macron says after call with Abbas
  • English schools reopen with pressure on PM Johnson after COVID-19 closure
  • Wife of Dutch ambassador seriously injured in Beirut blast: ministry
  • EU must raise pressure on Belarus's Lukashenko: German minister
  • 'I don't want to fly again': Surviving India's worst crash in 10 years
  • UK PM Johnson says Japan's Abe achieved great things
  • EU urges respect for human rights and press freedom in Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow arrested, says fellow activist
  • Windsor Castle opens terrace garden for first time in 40 years