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  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trials resume in Brazil
  • As foreigners depart, Singapore sees population drop for first time since 2003
  • New Zealand divided over historic marijuana vote
  • Iran Guards warn of 'harsh revenge' against Bahrain by Bahrainis, Palestinians over Israel deal
  • Senior Chinese diplomat says China will keep opening up
  • Armenia's parliament accuses Azerbaijan of 'full-scale military attack' on Karabakh
  • TRESemmé hair ad angers South Africans still hurting from racist past
  • Belarus to suspend major online media outlet Tut.by for three months
  • New Zealand's ruling party plans higher tax for top earners if re-elected
  • Denmark imposes new restrictions to curb coronavirus spike
  • Brexit deal can be done despite UK 'chaos': Irish foreign minister
  • Japan says it will bear cost of coronavirus vaccines for populace
  • Mexico records 5,937 new coronavirus cases, 513 more deaths
  • Ukraine warns Russia on Belarus interference as UK flags sanctions
  • France regrets that Lebanese government not yet formed but says there is still time
  • In midst of pandemic, Mexicans resume searches for the disappeared
  • Brazil registers 1,075 new coronavirus deaths: health ministry
  • EU determined to impose Belarus sanctions, bloc's top diplomat says
  • Factbox: Who are Japan PM frontrunner Suga's advisers and supporters?
  • Russia, China, Iran are all a threat to U.S. elections: Acting Homeland Security Secretary
  • Queen Elizabeth to honour UK health workers during the pandemic
  • India unlikely to revoke PUBG ban despite Tencent license withdrawal - source
  • Romania's ruling centrists ahead in municipal vote
  • Around 270 whales stranded on sandbar off Australia's Tasmania
  • Normality could return in summer 2021 if vaccine succeeds - Hancock
  • UK upholds decision to not prosecute 15 soldiers for 1972 'Bloody Sunday'
  • Human Rights Watch says aid interference in Yemen must stop
  • Algeria upholds conviction of journalist; rights groups fear new crackdown
  • 'Unbelievable': Another fire in Beirut unnerves shattered residents
  • India's new coronavirus infections at lowest in almost a month
  • Explainer: What is Novichok, the poison Germany says was used on Alexei Navalny?
  • UK police intercept huge drug haul hidden in fruit
  • EU executive says of Bulgaria protests: any use of force must be proportionate
  • U.N. investigator on Belarus warns of 'another Iron curtain'
  • 'Never-ending nightmare': Violence returns to Paris street where Charlie Hebdo was attacked
  • Japan's Suga says important to cover fertility treatment by national insurance
  • Russia says it respects Serbia's decision to withdraw from military drills in Belarus
  • Desperate migrants stranded on Greek island seek shelter, Europe weighs options
  • Greece imposes negative COVID-19 test rule for visiting Russians
  • Belarus's Tsikhanouskaya: each country should make its own decision on sanctions
  • Stretched to the limit, Spanish medics demand better conditions
  • Three dead after fire at Huawei facility in southern China: local government
  • Serbia's Vucic plays down hopes for quick political deal with Kosovo
  • Stretched to the limit, Spanish medics demand better conditions
  • Bahrain's minister of transportation discusses cooperation with Israeli counterpart - BNA
  • U.S. general sees no signs of North Korea looking at 'lashing out'
  • Russia urges all sides to show restraint over Karabakh breakaway region: Ifax
  • India reports record daily jump of 95,735 coronavirus cases
  • More than 60 LGBT, intersex people killed in Colombia in first eight months of 2020
  • Hundreds of Belarus protesters say they were beaten by police, demand justice
  • UK will do whatever it takes to get COVID testing working, minister says
  • Mexico's president to seek referendum on prosecuting predecesors
  • EU says trust needed if talks with UK are to continue
  • U.S. State Department eases China travel advisory for Americans
  • How Britain and EU can settle Internal Market Bill dispute
  • Novichok used on Navalny 'harder' than previous forms: Spiegel
  • Polluted stretch of Manila Bay gets fake white sand makeover
  • Japan's Suga says strong economy necessary to pursue fiscal reform
  • Mexican court to hear youths' climate change case against government
  • U.S. troops to stay longer in Lithuania, defence minister says
  • Hungary PM Orban endorses Trump in November U.S. election
  • Explainer: Why is Taiwan-China tension rising and what are the risks?
  • Twenty-nine German police suspended for sharing pictures of Hitler
  • EU executive very concerned about British bill plans, would undermine trust
  • China foreign ministry will make 'legitimate responses' to U.S. curbs on diplomats
  • Putin critic Navalny faces long period of illness, German hospital says
  • Mainland China reports 25 new COVID-19 cases vs 11 a day earlier
  • About 9,000 migrants on Greece's Lesbos move into tent camp after fire
  • UK extradition hearing for WikiLeaks' Assange postponed over COVID-19 concerns
  • French government to consider local lockdowns as COVID virus worsens
  • France's Le Drian: We must not let the guard down in Mali
  • Saudi-Led coalition shoots down explosive drone over Yemen
  • Deputy PM says time is right for Spain to become a republic
  • EU says will consider next Brexit steps after UK's end-month deadline
  • UK hands over to India statues stolen from Hindu temple in 1978
  • Brother of South Korean slain by North rebuffs accusation he tried to defect
  • Pompeo says Hezbollah weapons risk torpedoing French efforts in Lebanon
  • Iranian judge in Romania committed suicide, prosecutors say
  • German police raid meatpacking industry over illegal workers
  • French labs show how global supply bottlenecks thwart effort to ramp up testing
  • Indian army asks China's PLA if missing civilians in their custody
  • Polish President considering imposing sanctions on Belarus, Lithuania says
  • Indian hospitals desperate for oxygen as coronavirus cases top 5 million
  • UK Brexit border delays 'likely to worsen' in January: report
  • State investigators in Belarus search flat of opposition politician Znak: lawyer
  • Mexico's president nods to environment but favors state energy firms
  • Do not hand the EU power to break up Britain, says PM Johnson
  • U.S. cancels visas of more than 1,000 Chinese nationals deemed security risks
  • Armenia's defence ministry says warplane shot down by Turkish F-16 fighter jet
  • Sri Lanka navy says no real risk of spill on stricken supertanker
  • Bougainville elects former rebel commander as next president
  • German politicians question Russia gas project after Navalny suspected poisoning
  • Former Canada PM Turner, who was in office for just 11 weeks, dies aged 91
  • Brazil to keep Car Wash anti-corruption squad active through at least January
  • French President: keen to help guarantee Iraq's security and economic sovereignty
  • Robots target coronavirus with ultraviolet light at London train station
  • Yemen Houthis say attacked 'important target' in Riyadh with missile, drones
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko lands in Sochi for talks with Putin
  • Russia's Lavrov calls for immediate ceasefire in Libya
  • U.S. troops to stay longer in Lithuania, defence minister says