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  • Vatican police carry out new raid over suspected corruption
  • France reduces Chinese flights to Paris in tit-for-tat row
  • Website editor's sacking deepens fears for media freedom in Hungary
  • West Africa proposes plan to resolve Mali crisis; opposition unimpressed
  • Saudi Arabia announces haj health measures for domestic pilgrims
  • Venezuela to vote for new parliament on Dec. 6
  • Kremlin critic Navalny says fines force him to close anti-corruption foundation
  • ‘Ugly face’: U.S. and China trade barbs in Myanmar as South China Sea rift deepens
  • Ukrainians 'tired' of lockdown, says president
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro vetoes plans to offer COVID-19 support to indigenous people
  • Teen killed in suspected shark attack off Australian coast -police
  • Myanmar poet accused of staging protest over internet blackout
  • Nigeria to allow would-be graduates back to school despite spreading COVID-19
  • Pompeo says U.S. gravely concerned by Lam warning on Hong Kong primary elections
  • Putin says Russians voted 'with their hearts' to let him extend rule
  • Child labour on Ivory Coast cocoa farms rises during pandemic, study finds
  • Iran says two Swedes arrested in crackdown on drugs trafficking network
  • Knowledge a 'treasure' for Italy's oldest student, who graduates at 96
  • Moscow says it will respond to 'unfriendly' British action after meddling allegations
  • Exclusive: Lebanese man freed by U.S. as part of secret talks, sources say
  • No talks on closing borders with EU countries, Spanish minister says
  • Greece rolls out red carpet to visitors as airports reopen
  • Politics scuppers El Salvador deal for $250 million IDB loan
  • U.S. tells Japan it hopes for in-person G7 summit in late August, Japanese sources say
  • Canada court rules 'Safe Third Country' pact with U.S. invalid, cites detention risk
  • South Pole warmed three times the global rate in last 30 years: study
  • Indonesia posts worst daily rise in COVID-19 cases after outbreak among military cadets
  • Israeli public health director quits, raps swift reopening of economy
  • Australia new virus cases fall, but testing blitz runs into resistance
  • U.S. adds 11 firms to economic blacklist over China's treatment of Uighurs
  • Turkish court sentences Germany-based journalist to jail on terrorism charges
  • U.S. Army chief of staff signs "strategic vision" pact with Thailand
  • Malaysia arrests Bangladeshi worker critical of its treatment of migrants
  • European air executives, airlines, urge Canada to safely restore travel
  • Kenyan police arrest fugitive indicted in U.S. for ivory, rhino horn trafficking
  • Public debt, populism and protests as Tunisia faces crisis
  • UK PM Johnson says anti-vaxxers 'are nuts'
  • French PM Castex: It is "essential" to reach deal at EU recovery plan summit
  • Iran's hardline lawmakers move to summon Rouhani - Tasnim
  • Russia reports 5,765 new coronavirus cases in past 24 hours
  • Recent spike in Canadian coronavirus cases is worrying, says medical official
  • Japan government persists with 'Abenomask' giveaway, reignites social media outcry
  • Deadly Syrian, Russian air strikes in Idlib amount to war crimes, U.N. says
  • Last Czechoslovak Communist-era ruling party chief Jakes dies
  • South African restaurants plead for end to 'job-killing' restrictions
  • North Korean women faced torture, rape, malnourishment in detention, says U.N. report
  • Kuwait ruler had successful surgery, state news agency says
  • Brexit talks scheduled just in time for key EU October summit
  • Any sanctions on China need to be done correctly, not quickly: Raab
  • Yemen's children starve amid rising fears of famine
  • Mali PM apologises for security force 'excesses' during protests
  • Russia tells IAEA it is incident-free after nuclear particle increase
  • Brazil press group files criminal complaint against Bolsonaro for removing mask
  • Accused New Zealand mosque shooter to represent himself at sentencing
  • German restaurants object after police use COVID data for crime-fighting
  • U.S. warns firms of human rights abuse risks in China's Xinjiang province
  • U.N. rights office urges U.S. to rein in police at protests
  • Russia bounty reports, if true, should lead to U.S. sanctions, John Bolton says
  • Chinese military threat on the rise, Taiwan foreign minister warns
  • Pompeo says closed Chinese consulate in Houston was 'den of spies'
  • Senior China official says new security law is turning point for Hong Kong
  • Nantes cathedral fire may be accidental: French minister
  • U.S. and Baltic states oppose Russian 'rewriting of history'
  • Death toll in Turkish migrant boat sinking rises to 40
  • Iran imposes new curbs as coronavirus toll rises
  • Hungary cancels August 20 national holiday celebrations due to pandemic
  • Italy PM says cautiously optimistic of accord at EU summit
  • 'Worst-case' UK winter could see 120,000 COVID deaths in second wave
  • Republicans renew complaints Twitter stifles president, conservatives
  • Fighting again in Taiwan parliament over disputed nomination
  • Cover harvests not protests: Belarus leader threatens to expel foreign journalists
  • Turkey wants French apology over Mediterranean warships incident
  • Proportion of COVID-19 contacts reached by English tracing scheme steadies
  • From scandal to accusations of disloyalty, South Korea's new point men on North have dramatic past
  • Former Malaysian PM Najib to appeal guilty verdict in graft trial
  • Sudan says Ethiopia denies filling the Renaissance dam reservoir
  • Assigning judges to Hong Kong security cases is judiciary's responsibility, chief justice says
  • Tunisia's parliament speaker narrowly survives confidence vote
  • As cases in Tokyo surge, Japan gives expert advisory panel a makeover
  • England releases detailed COVID-19 infection data
  • U.S. should consider sanctions on Russia, key Democrat says
  • Opposition from Dutch PM ends first day of EU summit without deal
  • Canada and U.S. likely to extend ban on non-essential travel
  • German abattoir in coronavirus outbreak stops sub-contracting workers
  • Explosion at Astron Energy's South African refinery kills at least two: source
  • Speak quietly and follow the rules, Tokyo nightclubs told as coronavirus re-emerges
  • Canada court rules 'Safe Third Country' pact with U.S. invalid, cites detention risk
  • Exclusive: UK's home testing dogged by delays, undermining push to reduce virus transmission
  • Virology institute launches Russia's second COVID-19 vaccine human trial
  • By boat and on foot, Indian state hunts for plasma for COVID patients
  • Ireland to ease travel restrictions with 15 European countries
  • UK PM to tell firms to order staff back to workplaces, Daily Mail reports
  • UK to review potentially faulty England COVID-19 death data
  • U.S. holds naval exercises with allies in Asia amid China tension
  • Tunisia coalition under pressure over PM conflict of interest allegations
  • Irish Muslims perform Eid prayers on symbolic Croke Park pitch
  • 'Don't redeem the Taliban', Afghan social media users ask world before peace talks
  • Kazakhstan denies Chinese reports of pneumonia deadlier than coronavirus
  • Tokyo confirms 206 new cases of coronavirus infections on Sunday - NHK
  • Saudi king chairs cabinet meeting from hospital, in stable condition