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  • Britain is fully committed to implementing withdrawal agreement, PM's spokesman says
  • Brexit back in crisis: EU warns UK over divorce pact
  • Rescuers search Beirut rubble for second day after pulse detected
  • Japan's Suga says to run for ruling party leadership race, wants to avoid vacuum
  • Germany: Don't criticise us for being bearer of bad news on Navalny's poisoning
  • UK expresses deep concern over arrest of HK activist Joshua Wong
  • UK schools should remain open during second wave, minister says
  • EU chief, set to unveil asylum policy, says migration is a fact of life
  • Vatican-based Filipino cardinal tests positive for coronavirus
  • Dutch PM Rutte plans 'regional' steps as coronavirus cases hit record
  • Turkey considers allowing Phase III testing of Russia's COVID-19 vaccine
  • Timeline: Thailand's growing protest movement
  • Australia records first day without COVID-19 death in two months
  • Uganda reverses forest destruction by inviting in ... loggers
  • Belarus opposition's Tsikhanouskaya to visit Berlin, could meet Merkel
  • Afghan peace negotiators far apart on basic issues such as ceasefire, women's rights
  • Exclusive: EU chair Germany proposes adherence to rule of law as key to getting bloc's cash
  • Factbox: Fully loaded supertanker catches fire off Sri Lanka
  • Kuwait's new ruler to seek stability among fractious, powerful neighbours
  • Israeli minister quits as coronavirus lockdown looms over Jewish holidays
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero's family calls for an international trial
  • Israel tightens COVID lockdown as infections climb
  • Queen applauds photographers who captured lockdown Britain
  • We're striking: French teachers walk out of college after coronavirus cases
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys explosive-laden drone launched by Yemen's Houthis - SPA
  • Three Egyptian policemen, four militants killed in prison break attempt
  • More than 50 prisoners starve to death in east Congo prison
  • Polish President considering imposing sanctions on Belarus, Lithuania says
  • Swiss report 1,095 new coronavirus cases
  • Senior Japan ruling party member suggests early election: media
  • China denies reports of troops laying cables at India border
  • Protesters scuffle with police at London anti-lockdown demo
  • Ireland tightens COVID-19 restrictions in second region
  • Explainer: How common cold viruses are being used in vaccines from Russia, China
  • Australia's Claremont serial killer found guilty after 30 years
  • EU laments Lebanon prime minister-designate's resignation
  • Russia has serious questions to answer on Navalny, says Britain
  • Britain could make Portugal quarantine decision on Friday, minister says
  • English tourists rush back from Portugal to avoid COVID-19 quarantine
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya wants to meet French president in Vilnius: advisor
  • Two Myanmar soldiers taken to the Hague after confessing to Rohingya killings: reports
  • Beijing unveils new protections for health emergency whistleblowers
  • British bird group issues gag order over Taiwan-China issue
  • Hezbollah chief tells France's Macron can't act like Lebanon's ruler
  • Australian PM Morrison's approval rating rises, poll shows
  • UK overriding Brexit divorce deal would be 'self-defeating': EU diplomats
  • U.S., Guyana to launch joint maritime patrols near disputed Venezuela border
  • U.N. investigators say Maduro told Venezuelan intelligence 'who to target'
  • UK foreign minister dismisses report on diverting aid spending to defence
  • Kuwait' emir health is stable - Emiri Diwan statement
  • BBC staff whose tweets break impartiality rules could be axed - Director General
  • Australian writer detained in China says will 'fight to the end'
  • AstraZeneca may resume COVID-19 vaccine trials next week: FT
  • Romania reopens schools under strict rules as coronavirus cases rise
  • UK health minister: Second national lockdown possible
  • China to hold more military drills off northeast, east coasts
  • Nagorno-Karabakh announces martial law and total mobilization
  • Iran building new production hall for centrifuges in mountains near Natanz
  • A 'moonshot', PM Johnson wants mass testing in Britain by spring
  • Safety paramount in vaccine trials, suspensions 'not unusual', WHO says
  • Energy markets on edge over Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict
  • Exclusive: Brazil Amazon fires likely worst in 10 years, August data incomplete, government researcher says
  • UK told U.S. it was Brussels, not London, threatening Irish peace
  • Israel deal protects Bahrain's interests amid Iran threat, minister says
  • EU air safety head says in-flight COVID infection risks marginal
  • Serbia commemorates daring World War Two airlift mission with monument
  • Hong Kong residents arrested at sea 'will have to be dealt with' by mainland China: Lam
  • Ivory Coast ex-PM, barred from standing for president, says Ouattara must be blocked
  • No explosives found in package found at Paris attack scene
  • Scores detained as security forces crack down on mass protest in Belarus
  • No Nord Stream 2? No problem for Germany, economists say
  • India, China foreign ministers agree to quickly disengage border troops
  • Suspected Islamists kill at least 53 in eastern Congo
  • UK reports 2,659 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday
  • Singapore PM warns against turn inwards as anxiety over foreigners grows
  • Argentine lawmaker quits after lewd act during virtual session
  • Nigerian authorities cite need for more COVID-19 test sample collections
  • U.S. renews pressure on Europe to ditch Huawei in new networks
  • Crowds rally in New Zealand's Auckland against coronavirus lockdown
  • Could Egypt's #MeToo movement be the tinder for a 'feminist revolution'?
  • WHO's Tedros says 'vaccine nationalism' would prolong pandemic
  • We must work to stop spread of coronavirus to elderly, says UK PM Johnson
  • Puzzled scientists seek reasons behind Africa's low fatality rates from pandemic
  • Two civilians die in gunfight with military police near dam protest in northern Mexico
  • Kremlin rejects Navalny poisoning accusations, sanctions talk
  • Exclusive: China sharply expands mass labor program in Tibet
  • Exclusive: Trump plans executive order to punish arms trade with Iran - sources
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says the region has lost some territory to Azerbaijan's army
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko says he may have been in power too long: Russian news agencies
  • Venezuela charges detained U.S. 'spy' with terrorism, weapons trafficking
  • Hedge fund manager Odey pleads not guilty to indecent assault charge
  • Angered by Arab-Israel ties, Palestine quits chairing Arab League sessions
  • North Korean leader offers rare apology for killing of South Korean
  • Slovakia reports record spike in coronavirus cases
  • Japan's Suga plans to keep Aso as deputy PM and finance minister: Nikkei
  • Guatemalan president and minister have coronavirus, cabinet to test
  • Eiffel Tower reopens after bomb hoax
  • Threat to evacuate U.S. diplomats from Iraq raises fear of war
  • Ireland's travel `green list' under review, minister says
  • Rise in UK COVID-19 'concerning' but not out of control - Hancock