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  • 'Bring your own pen': How Bolivia is voting amid the pandemic
  • Biden applauds NATO efforts to defuse tensions between Turkey, Greece
  • Afghan forces launch counter assault after Taliban offensive overshadows talks
  • Canada will continue to stand up against Chinese human rights abuses, PM Trudeau says
  • Pandemic puts global progress against tuberculosis at risk: WHO
  • Moldova presidential election goes to run-off, opposition leads
  • Factbox: Foreign hostages held in West Africa's Sahel region
  • U.S. and Brazil must reduce dependence on China imports: Pompeo
  • Angry French city asks after church attack: Why us again?
  • Kremlin says not aware of any plans to impose new lockdown as cases climb
  • Home learning in Gaza hindered by blackouts and poverty
  • French coronavirus infections set new record above 20,000 per day
  • Japan opens airport coronavirus test lab for departing travellers
  • U.S. expected to impose new sanctions on Iran's financial sector - source
  • "Rebirth": Chileans vote by millions to tear up Pinochet's constitution
  • Canada says Turkey and others should 'stay out of the conflict' in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • 'Thanks for the chaos': Madrid returns to lockdown
  • Malaysian PM seeks king's nod to declare state of emergency, sources say
  • Israel, UAE to sign agreement for 28 weekly flights, ministry says
  • Iran frees prominent rights activist, news agency reports
  • Italy's foreign ministry advises against overseas travel, warns of curbs
  • Thousands, including indigenous people, march in peaceful Colombia protests
  • China threatens countermeasures for U.S. sanctions warning to banks over Hong Kong
  • U.S. holding back on Belarus sanctions, hopes for joint move with EU: sources
  • Japan fishermen oppose 'catastrophic' release of Fukushima water to ocean
  • IOC chief Bach says Olympic Games cannot be 'marketplace of demonstrations'
  • Thousands protest anti-coronavirus restrictions in Germany over weekend
  • 'We cannot live in fear': French pupils remember murdered teacher, protests persist
  • Hospitals in Wisconsin, Texas under strain as COVID-19 cases surge
  • U.S. blacklists Nicaraguan officials, financial institution
  • Home learning in Gaza hindered by blackouts and poverty
  • Kremlin says Kyrgyzstan is in chaos and needs stabilising
  • UK PM Johnson says sure Trump will stage 'a very strong recovery'
  • Accounting errors to blame for German elite troops' 'missing' ammunition: report
  • Polish divers hope Nazi shipwreck holds key to Amber Room treasure
  • Merkel's party postpones Dec. 4 congress planned to choose new leader
  • Tens of thousands march in Belarus despite firearms threat
  • Scotland to impose two-week mini lockdown from Friday: Sun newspaper
  • Factbox: UK COVID-19 measures: Johnson locks down England
  • Gunmen kill two in 'terror attack' in Vienna, manhunt launched
  • Explainer: Who's fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh, and why does it matter?
  • Russia records 9.6% more deaths in August year-on-year: stats agency
  • Motive of attacker in Lyon shooting still unknown: mayor
  • Footage of man beating wife to death on Chinese street sparks outrage
  • Israel uncovers tunnel from Gaza, military says holds Hamas responsible
  • Mexico's tax chief Buenrostro tests positive for COVID-19: tax authority
  • One killed as pre-election protests spread in Ivory Coast
  • Red Cross says injuries reported after boat carrying aid attacked in Myanmar
  • Myanmar's trishaws turn campaigners as virus curbs canvassing
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys two ballistic rockets targeting Saudi Arabia's Jazan and Najran: state TV
  • South Africa's health minister tests positive for COVID-19
  • UK's Heathrow airport begins appeal against expansion block
  • UK foreign minister Raab says hopeful of closing gap in EU talks before summit
  • Nearly 9,000 flee homes in Philippines as Molave intensifies into typhoon
  • Finally, a government after 652 days: New Belgian PM debuts at EU summit
  • Iran plans to expand face mask mandate beyond capital
  • U.S. expected to impose new sanctions on Iran's financial sector - source
  • U.S. suspends Turkey visa services after reports on potential attacks
  • Facebook shuts NZ party's page before polls over COVID-19 misinformation
  • Australian politician tells inquiry Chinese visa scheme was a scam
  • Attacker paid students to identify French teacher before beheading, says prosecutor
  • Kenyan court jails two men for 2013 Westgate mall attack
  • Manchester ambulance service declares 'major incident' over volume of calls
  • PM Johnson picks journalist-turned-adviser to front televised briefings
  • Russia finds contaminants in rivers near site of far east sea pollution
  • Vatican moves to clarify pope's comments on civil union laws
  • Slovak parliament narrowly rejects tightening of abortion rules
  • U.S. prepared to meet immediately with Russia on nuclear arms control: State Department
  • Thai hotel seeks deal with guest facing jail over bad reviews
  • China reports 49 new coronavirus cases, conducting mass testing in Xinjiang
  • Rwandan court denies 'Hotel Rwanda' hero Rusesabagina bail, extends detention
  • Trump has not spoken with Chinese President Xi in a while, does not want to
  • Syrian minister leads mourners for cleric killed in bombing
  • Zoroastrians make a comeback in northern Iraq, but still face stigma
  • Kurdish officials say they foiled attack on diplomats in northern Iraq
  • 'We are all leaders today': Arrests don't stop Thai protests
  • Britain has clear red lines in EU talks, says Gove
  • Venezuela's opposition prepares popular consultation to reject Maduro
  • Japan PM Suga sends offering to Yasukuni Shrine for war dead: NHK
  • Weekly COVID-19 cases up 61% in England - test and trace scheme
  • UK's Raab says: we're disappointed by EU but a deal can be done
  • WHO chief Tedros says 184 countries signed up to vaccine facility
  • EU leaders strike deal to end Turkey-Belarus deadlock, officials say
  • Political failings put Colombian activists at risk: Amnesty
  • Malaysian PM says cabinet to further discuss king's rejection of emergency request
  • Turkey tells Russia that Armenia must leave Azeri lands -ministry
  • Two French journalists seriously wounded after shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Rwandan genocide suspect in detention in The Hague
  • China urges U.S. not to be haven for criminals and their assets
  • In Tibet, China preaches the material over the spiritual
  • Wait, what? Dutch justice minister explains lockdown rules for weed
  • Bitter rivals, familiar faces and fears as Ivory Coast votes for president
  • French 'Alzheimer's village': where nursing home meets the outside world
  • Pompeo to visit Sri Lanka and Maldives as China threat looms
  • Amid COVID surge, WHO urges Europe to step up controls now to save lives
  • 'We're scared': Lebanon on edge as time and money run out
  • Dutch coronavirus cases hit new high, up nearly 5,000 in 24 hours: official data
  • Mali announces new government following August coup
  • Central banks sketch out digital currency as China forges ahead
  • 'We want more': Armenians in America push Trump administration to support homeland