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  • Armenia ends state of emergency but some restrictions to remain until January
  • Japan's Suga: given pandemic, political vacuum had to be avoided
  • Rise in UK COVID-19 'concerning' but not out of control - Hancock
  • U.S. slaps more election-related visa restrictions on Nigerians
  • Japan says will look for better ways to counter missile attacks
  • Trump targeting WikiLeaks' Assange as 'political enemy', UK court told
  • Piracy, other high seas crimes rise in Asia: report
  • New youth party hopes to 'unshackle' Malaysia from old politics
  • Lithuania, Poland and Romania to ask EU leaders to offer trade, visa-free travel to Belarus
  • Factbox: Kremlin foes who have suffered mysterious fates
  • Trudeau says Canada is in second wave of pandemic, urges renewed caution
  • Explainer: Why the coronavirus death rate still eludes scientists
  • China says Australia searched homes of four Chinese journalists
  • Philippine president pardons U.S. Marine jailed for transgender killing
  • Kremlin denies setting up commission to investigate Navalny's case
  • Kremlin says glad Navalny is recovering, says he's welcome back in Russia
  • Iranian fuel tankers round Africa en route to the Atlantic - data
  • Exclusive: Swedish space company halts new business helping China operate satellites
  • Brazil reports 10,273 coronavirus cases, 310 deaths
  • Austria to welcome skiers, but dancing on bars is off the menu
  • Trial of British-Iranian aid worker Zaghari-Ratcliffe postponed, UK lawmaker says
  • EU deeply concerned with Belarus repressions, plans sanctions
  • Can a tooth settle the mystery over Congo's independence hero?
  • Portuguese police told to remove racist tattoos within six months
  • U.S. troops to stay longer in Lithuania, defence minister says
  • Canada not ruling out lockdown amid COVID-19 surge but eyes 'surgical approach'
  • Column: The insights of Harold Evans, a journalist of tenacity
  • U.S. mulls sanctions on anyone involved in Belarus rights abuses, Pompeo says
  • Myanmar orders Yangon stay at home from Monday
  • Malaysia's battle against plastic waste spans beaches and city shops
  • WHO director warns Latin America is opening too early, COVID-19 still a risk
  • 'Do we have enough soap?' - children ask Norway PM about virus
  • Saudi Arabia to lift some international flight restrictions on September 15
  • COVID-19 referendum vote 'no riskier than going to supermarket': Chilean poll chief
  • India, China accuse each other of firing in the air on tense border
  • Putin to set up inquiry into Navalny poisoning: Italy's PM
  • Modi pledges to use India vaccine-production capacity to help 'all humanity'
  • Lebanon's parliament speaker says still sticks to French initiative
  • Asked about Biden criticism, UK says Northern Irish peace deal not at risk
  • Mexico records 6,196 new coronavirus cases, 522 more deaths
  • At least 50 killed in collapsed gold mine in east Congo -NGO
  • Myanmar seals off capital amid virus surge
  • Italy's Berlusconi breathing on his own despite COVID pneumonia
  • Uganda reverses forest destruction by inviting in ... loggers
  • Don't be complacent about COVID, British health minister says
  • U.S. has no reason to doubt German view Novichok used against Navalny: source
  • Australian judge quits Hong Kong court, citing national security law
  • U.S. firm Valentus to raise capital for credit fund via digital currency sale
  • No Nord Stream 2? No problem for Germany, economists say
  • China imposes curbs on U.S. diplomats in response to U.S. move
  • UK minister Gove calls Brussels to explain domestic legislation at heart of Brexit row
  • Japan finance minister urges G7 to pressure China to abide by debt relief initiative
  • UK expresses concern over welfare of prominent Belarus protest leader
  • Biden accuses Trump of silence on 'dictator' in Belarus
  • Barnier's comments are misleading on Britain's trade talks position, says PM's spokesman
  • Indonesia reports its biggest daily rise in coronavirus infections
  • TUI cruise ship crew negative for COVID-19 after docked at Greek port
  • North Korea shot, cremated missing South Korean man: South Korea military
  • UK minister says internal market bill will be in keeping with Brexit deal
  • COVID a six-month problem as UK enters colder seasons, top medic says
  • After referendum win, Swiss face dilemma over stalled EU treaty
  • Turkish Red Crescent worker killed in northern Syria
  • Protesters set government building on fire in eastern Libya
  • Thailand to slowly restart tourism with flight from China
  • Iran's new coronavirus cases exceed 450,000: Health Ministry
  • UK COVID-19 R rate rises to 1.1-1.4
  • France's Macron to address situation in Lebanon on Sunday: presidency
  • Insurgency in Mozambique threatens food security, says World Food Programme
  • Crowded Marseille soccer celebrations condemned by French minister
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero could face maximum life in prison, prosecution says
  • Kremlin critic Navalny posts photo of himself walking
  • Russia's Putin wants stronger WHO, proposes conference on coronavirus vaccine
  • Police raid Russian opposition groups before local elections
  • No evidence of sterilization of migrant Mexican women, says foreign minister
  • India records highest coronavirus deaths in more than a month
  • Charlie Hebdo uncowed after attacks - but now with bodyguards
  • Suspected gas blast kills 17 worshippers in Bangladesh mosque
  • Peru president's allies fight impeachment, accuse opponent of seeking military support
  • Greek PM says concerned by extension of Turkish drill ship operations off Cyprus
  • Amnesty halts India operations, saying it is being silenced
  • Mali negotiators back charter that could see soldier as interim president
  • Timeline: Algeria's struggle between protesters and state
  • Jordan's mainstream Islamists to stand in November parliamentary election
  • U.S.-China tensions take center stage at U.N. as Trump accuses Beijing of unleashing 'plague'
  • Brexit trade talks have window before contentious UK law can take effect - Ireland
  • Central African Republic President Touadera announces second term bid
  • Marseille's hospitals back on crisis footing as coronavirus spreads again in France
  • Malaysia to impose COVID-19 restrictions in some parts of largest palm producing state Sabah
  • New Thai army chief pledges defence of monarchy
  • Explainer: Why is Taiwan-China tension rising and what are the risks?
  • Britain is fully committed to implementing withdrawal agreement, PM's spokesman says
  • With schools shut, Indonesian bus drivers ferry COVID-19 patients instead
  • EU demanding potential veto on Britain's post-Brexit laws, regulations: The Times
  • UK concert hall sheds name of slave trader whose statue was toppled
  • COVID-19 forces EU lawmakers to scrap Strasbourg meeting
  • UK to impose further COVID restrictions in large parts of England
  • China-backed telecom firm says won't spy on Philippines
  • Kuwait's PM informs cabinet of the improvement of the emir's health: tweet
  • Madrid mulls targeted COVID-19 lockdowns as infections surge
  • Pope says gossiping is a 'worse plague' than coronavirus