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  • Lebanon's Hariri says no sect has exclusive right to ministries
  • Brazil prosecutors bring graft charges against Bolsonaro's son: report
  • Merkel says German coronavirus infections could hit 19,200 a day: source
  • France's Macron says wants to avoid escalation in EU-Turkey tensions
  • UK says on Brexit: We'll leave with no deal unless the EU is flexible
  • Argentina coronavirus death toll surpasses 10,000
  • Cyprus says committed to peace talks, but not at gunpoint
  • Serbia suspends Belarus military drill, citing EU pressure
  • Mexico reports total of 642,860 coronavirus cases, 68,484 deaths
  • Iran rejects Saudi accusation it trained a terrorist cell
  • Bahrain says foiled 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran in early 2020
  • Britain is fully committed to implementing withdrawal agreement, PM's spokesman says
  • Two injured in Paris stabbing attack: police source now says
  • Disney's 'Mulan' sparks backlash over ties to Xinjiang, Hong Kong
  • Thailand's growing protest movement
  • Factbox: Fully loaded supertanker catches fire off Sri Lanka
  • EU prolongs sanctions over Russia's Crimea annexation
  • Bahraini, Israeli defence ministers hold first phone call
  • One in eight deaths in Europe linked to pollution, environment, EU says
  • Gulf coronavirus infections surpass 800,000,tally shows
  • France's Macron says working for new Libya meeting to solve crisis
  • UK says will offer Germany help to investigate poisoning of Putin-critic Navalny
  • U.S. to provide $720 million Syria aid and funds for Sahel, South Sudan
  • Netherlands records 3,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours, new record
  • Biden or Trump, no guarantee of a post-Brexit U.S.-UK trade deal
  • Russia jails two Jehovah's Witnesses for four years on extremism charges, group says
  • England adds Denmark, Slovakia and Iceland to travel quarantine list
  • Signs of life detected under rubble a month after Beirut blast, says rescuer
  • EU seeks urgent debate on Belarus at U.N. rights body
  • Polish bank owner accused of cheating clients, justice minister says
  • Police and protesters clash as Mali starts post-coup transition talks
  • London Mayor proposes new COVID-19 restrictions
  • World leaders mark U.N. at 75, challenged by pandemic and U.S., China tensions
  • 'Hands off the children': masked men arrest protesting Belarusian students
  • Rocket hits perimeter of Baghdad international airport, no casualties
  • UK extradition hearing for Assange to resume Monday after negative COVID test
  • EU and Britain far apart as key week of Brexit talks begins
  • New Zealand divided over historic marijuana vote
  • League's Salvini eyes electoral coup in Italy's Tuscany
  • Japan's Suga plans to keep Aso as deputy PM and finance minister: Nikkei
  • Russia offers to mediate any Cyprus-Turkey talks
  • Three Somali special forces killed, U.S. officer wounded in car bomb, Somali official says
  • Marble quarry collapse in remote Pakistan kills at least 17
  • Civil lawsuits filed over COVID-19 outbreak at Austrian ski resort Ischgl
  • Israel returns to lockdown as COVID-19 cases mount
  • Five Indian nationals detained in China handed over - Indian army
  • Canada's COVID-19 testing system overwhelmed after slow move to new tests
  • U.N. chief to push pandemic ceasefire at world leaders meeting, but fears opportunities lost
  • Britain sends evidence on accused Islamic State 'Beatles' to U.S.
  • The ventilators never came: How graft hampered Brazil's COVID-19 response
  • Thai court releases key anti-government activists
  • Russian and Belarusian army chiefs discuss joint military drills in Belarus: RIA
  • Polish government spokesman casts doubt over coalition's future
  • Lebanon's prime minister-designate quits in blow to French initiative
  • UK PM Johnson warns on COVID: We've reached perilous turning point
  • Two French soldiers killed, one injuredin Mali - Presidency
  • Canary Islands aim for quick tourist testing to save winter season
  • Britain is upholding Northern Irish peace, PM Johnson's spokesman says after Biden comments
  • Explainer: What is Novichok, the poison Germany says was used on Alexei Navalny?
  • Initial information says blast hit Hezbollah house in southern Lebanon, security source says
  • Pope gives green light for extension of accord with Beijing
  • Johnson met Trump advisor Kushner, discussed Middle East, PM's office says
  • Chances of Brexit deal fading every day, EU Commission chief says
  • Israel tightens second-wave lockdown as PM, critics argue over protest curbs
  • Dutch PM Rutte warns of need for restrictions amid surging COVID-19 infections
  • UAE introduces equal pay for men and women in private sector - state news agency
  • Betrayed Macron says will continue Lebanon efforts, eyes Hezbollah
  • India arrests nine al Qaeda militants planning 'terrorist attacks'
  • Congo gold miners scour rubble for bodies after cave-in
  • EU will not appease UK's threat to break law -Irish foreign minister
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero denied bail during terror trial
  • Palestinian economic woes compounded by COVID-19: U.N. report
  • French analysis concludes Navalny was poisoned in attempted assassination - Elysee
  • China to allow foreigners with valid residence permits to enter from Sept 28
  • Bahraini, Israeli defence ministers hold first phone call
  • China's People's Daily defends right not to carry U.S. envoy's op-ed
  • UAE, Israeli cyber chiefs discuss joining forces to combat common threats
  • Turkey deploying Syrian fighters to help ally Azerbaijan, two fighters say
  • School closed in Spain after teachers test positive for COVID-19
  • Turkish court hands life sentence to main suspect in nightclub shooting
  • Philippines surpasses 300,000 confirmed coronavirus cases
  • Iranian president accuses U.S. of savagery after new sanctions
  • Five men arrested in Paris knife attack: judicial source
  • Russia continues checks into Navalny case, resents pressure: Kremlin
  • Russia's COVID-19 infections to rise until reaching plateau in October: RIA cites scientist
  • Indonesia president urged to delay regional polls over contagion threat
  • China coal mine accident kills 16, Xinhua says
  • Mali's junta faces reality check as honeymoon phase ends
  • WHO says safety comes first as over 170 nations join COVID-19 vaccine plan
  • Egypt cuts highways across pyramids plateau, alarming conservationists
  • U.S. expects to identify Belarus sanctions targets in a few days
  • Jailed Belarusian opposition leader tells protesters not to give up: news portal
  • Russia scrambles jets to escort U.S. bombers over Black Sea: news agencies
  • U.S. plans to enforce U.N. sanctions on Iran with its own action
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya wants to meet French president in Vilnius: advisor
  • Peru President Vizcarra survives ouster vote in Congress impeachment trial
  • 'There's nothing we can do,' striking South African undertakers tell bereaved
  • French PM: No new nationwide lockdown over COVID-19 surge
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,630 to 258,480: RKI
  • Germany declares regions in 11 European countries high coronavirus risk