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  • Foundation run by Kremlin critic Navalny fined under 'foreign agent' law
  • Dutch police detain about 50 farmers protesting over pollution rules
  • Britain's Princess Beatrice marries in Windsor
  • Canadian charity at center of Trudeau ethics probe says it paid PM's mother, brother
  • U.S. Forces in Japan to announce coronavirus case numbers to reassure public
  • PM Johnson uses own struggles with weight to urge Britain to get fit
  • Malaysia PM unseats speaker with narrow win in crucial test of support
  • Chile eyes gradual reopening after coronavirus infections slow in some areas
  • Iranian passenger plane approached by U.S. fighter jets lands back in Tehran: Fars news
  • Islamic State storm Afghan jail, freeing hundreds of prisoners
  • Anti-Kremlin protest in Russia's far east attracts thousands for a fourth weekend
  • Australia's Victoria reports 108 new coronavirus cases, biggest jump since March
  • Mainland China reports 46 new coronavirus cases, including 22 in Xinjiang
  • UK deals new blow to Spanish tourism in what Spain's PM calls 'error' by London
  • Africa urged to test more as coronavirus cases exceed 500,000
  • UK extends COVID-19 self-isolation to 10 days from 7
  • Swiss warn over faulty respirators bought during COVID-19 rush
  • Qatar allows citizens and permanent residents to travel and return anytime
  • Indonesia reports 1,904 new coronavirus cases, 83 deaths
  • Catalan separatist leader says was target of political spying
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah fired missile at Israeli vehicle in Shebaa Farms attack, says Lebanese source
  • Singapore ruling party, stung by poll setback, faces succession questions
  • Hezbollah fighter killed in Israeli strike near Damascus: death notice
  • Hong Kong's top public prosecutor quits, says he was cut out of new national security cases
  • UK to review potentially faulty England COVID-19 death data
  • Rouhani says 25 million Iranians may have been infected with coronavirus
  • Canada extends COVID-19 international border closures, mandatory quarantine order
  • Half of violence against African migrants is by law enforcers, U.N. says
  • 'Falling off a cliff': Lebanon's poor borrow to buy bread
  • U.N. announces start of Libya central bank audit
  • Greece makes masks compulsory on ferry decks after rise in COVID-19 cases
  • UK intelligence report to disclose Russian meddling in Scottish independence vote: The Telegraph
  • Merkel says there is hope EU stimulus deal possible on Monday
  • Wife of Brazil's Bolsonaro, and her two daughters, test negative for coronavirus
  • Bosnian Serbs ask Vucic to tie their region's independence to Kosovo talks
  • South Pole warmed three times the global rate in last 30 years: study
  • Nearly one in three children have dangerous amounts of lead in bloodstream: study
  • U.S. Forces in Japan to announce coronavirus case numbers to reassure public
  • France to push for rights sanctions in EU recovery plan: minister to FT
  • Serbia's Vucic blames opponents for orchestrating violent protests
  • Philippines records 20 coronavirus deaths, 2,019 new cases
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro, sick with coronavirus, says he is 'doing very well'
  • Polish president accuses German-owned tabloid of election meddling
  • British trade minister to meet top U.S. officials next week, USTR says
  • Hundreds protest in Belarus after two main challengers barred from election ballot
  • Mexico posts new case record to overtake Spain; official says virus 'slowing'
  • French coronavirus death toll rises to 29,920
  • Exclusive: Colombia to collect more 2020 tax than previously thought, official says
  • Russian Orthodox Church says regrets decision over Hagia Sophia - TASS
  • New Genoa bridge to open in August, two years after fatal collapse
  • North Korea says no need to sit down with U.S. for talks
  • Google supports OECD engagement on digital taxes, CEO Pichai says
  • Indonesia sees biggest daily jump of COVID-19 deaths
  • Russia digs trench around Siberian village to enforce COVID quarantine
  • Thailand plans November human testing for potential coronavirus vaccine
  • Explosion reported in west Tehran, denied by officials
  • Bus plunges into reservoir in China, 21 dead
  • Spain not planning to make masks compulsory at all times, source says
  • Philippines sees region's biggest daily rise in COVID-19 deaths
  • Mexico City outlaws gay conversion therapy
  • WHO preparing full mission to China to study virus origins
  • Pompeo pushes Iran arms embargo at U.N., Russia says U.S. knee on Iran's neck
  • Thai police to examine dropping of hit-and-run charges vs Red Bull heir
  • Verdict in first 1MDB case packs risk for Malaysian government
  • More fighting as Taiwan opposition again occupies parliament
  • Panama extends suspension of international flights by a month due to coronavirus
  • U.S. diplomats head to China despite row over Houston consulate
  • Brazil's Amazon chief Raoni is hospitalized
  • Assigning judges to Hong Kong security cases is judiciary's responsibility, chief justice says
  • U.S. tells Japan it hopes for in-person G7 summit in late August, Japanese sources say
  • Former Unaoil managers convicted in Britain of Iraq bribery
  • No kissing and disinfect the microphone: Japan nightlife sets its virus rules
  • New Zealand mosque shooter sentencing begins on Aug. 24
  • Iran denies U.S. seizure of Iranian arms on way to Houthis in Yemen
  • North Korean defectors arrivals in South plummets amid virus lockdowns
  • Iran agency says chain of errors caused Ukrainian plane crash
  • Land ahoy: Shore leave at last for Danish sailors stranded by pandemic
  • Nigeria to restart domestic flights July 8 in easing of coronavirus curbs
  • Kosovo prime minister says he has COVID-19
  • India's coronavirus cases cross 600,000 amid easing of lockdowns
  • Hundreds jam airport as evacuations from Vietnam's Danang begin
  • Poland's Duda seen ahead in presidential vote: late poll
  • Coronavirus slump threatens Mexican president's crusade on poverty
  • UK will announce changes to extradition arrangements with China, says PM Johnson
  • French coronavirus death toll up 13 at 29,933, new cases slow
  • Factbox: Reaction to Turkish ruling and Erdogan statement on Hagia Sophia
  • UK quarantines travellers from Spain in sudden blow to Europe's revival
  • British government to hold White House-style televised briefings
  • Disqualification not the end, says Hong Kong opposition candidate
  • Indonesia reports 1,904 new coronavirus cases, 83 deaths
  • Hundreds of French women protest against new interior minister
  • With hospitals 'close to collapse,' Bogota doctors call for city-wide quarantine
  • Kenya arrests two police after 'shooting incident', launches enquiry
  • Airlines to drop UK quarantine legal challenge, lawyer tells court
  • Australia new virus cases fall, but testing blitz runs into resistance
  • No talks on closing borders with EU countries, Spanish minister says
  • Bulgarian anti-graft protests want Borissov's government out
  • Mexico surpasses Italy to post world's fourth-highest coronavirus death toll
  • Egypt's military production minister dies
  • France's foreign minister says new sanctions on Turkey possible