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  • Malaysia will not re-impose coronavirus curbs for now despite spike
  • Gunmen kill 25 displaced people in Burkina Faso, U.N. says
  • South Korea finance minister loses home as housing policy comes back to haunt
  • Kuwait's new crown prince is a security czar who shunned limelight
  • Italy has 48 hours to approve new COVID-19 restrictions: Health Minister
  • UK to shut north England pubs and restaurants - The Sun
  • Several injured in Vienna shooting, police say
  • Malaysia's Mahathir says political uncertainty won't end with Anwar as PM
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial Brazil volunteer dies, trial to continue
  • Queen expresses support for mainstream media
  • Lebanon's protest flame still flickers on anniversary of 'revolution'
  • 'Time is very short' Britain says as EU's Barnier heads to London
  • New Zealand PM Ardern vows to phase out coal-fired boilers, cut emissions in climate push
  • Second national UK lockdown not inevitable, says minister
  • Ex-PM Sharif, daughter face sedition charges for criticising Pakistani military
  • Kuwait retail co-ops remove French products over Prophet cartoon
  • French president Macron announces new COVID-19 restrictions
  • Detained Australian Yang Hengjun set to face trial in Beijing
  • Japan sends three vessels to South China Sea in anti-submarine exercise
  • Pompeo wraps up Asia tour in Vietnam following prisoner release
  • Ivory Coast opposition rallies against President Ouattara's third term bid
  • Germany slams Turkey for sending survey ship to eastern Mediterranean
  • Singapore's last village proves nostalgic tourism hit in pandemic
  • Mali and France at odds over talks with Islamist militants
  • Ukraine reports record daily high new coronavirus cases
  • Two U.S. nationals released by Houthi rebels in possible prisoner swap
  • Romania, U.S. to sign cooperation agreements over nuclear reactors
  • Kremlin using intimidation to discourage Navalny's return, says ally
  • Australia to discuss security, economic recovery at 'Quad' meeting with Japan, India, U.S
  • Turkey wants conditions on Caucasus ceasefire, floats broader talks
  • Australian politician tells inquiry Chinese visa scheme was a scam
  • Police in Belarus detained 523 people at protests on Sunday: ministry
  • India says three soldiers killed by Pakistani fire in Kashmir
  • Former IMF chief Rato to leave Spanish prison on semi-release from embezzlement sentence
  • China urges Britain to 'correct its mistakes' on Hong Kong visas
  • Churchgoers in Dutch 'Bible Belt' defy coronavirus instructions
  • With ropes and wooden guns, returning Armenians train for war
  • Russia's Mishustin, Azerbaijan's Asadov talk on phone: agencies
  • Merkel: Barriers to investing in China are still too high, need reciprocity
  • Europe key to Middle East peace process after Abraham Accord, Pompeo says
  • New Northern Ireland curbs likely to tackle 'grave' COVID-19 spread
  • Turkey criticises ceasefire efforts to end Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Factbox: Britain's MI5 spy chief on COVID-19, China, Russia and threats
  • Brexit trade costs will be 'material' deal or no deal: Deutsche Bank
  • Pakistan stays on global terrorism financing 'grey list'
  • Swiss hostage in Mali killed: Swiss foreign ministry
  • For isolated tribe, Philippine rickshaw brings learning amid pandemic
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says cure, not vaccine, way out of coronavirus crisis
  • On war anniversary, Xi says China's interests won't be undermined
  • Reports of scattered unrest as Ivory Coast holds vote
  • EU leaders to hold COVID-19 video-conference Oct.29
  • Czech government shuts shops, curbs movement to stem COVID-19 surge
  • Newly discovered hull damage not to blame for 1994 ferry disaster, report says
  • Mexico's ruling Morena party elects leader after fractious race
  • Landslide hits barracks in Vietnam, killing 14 and leaving 8 missing
  • Praying for a miracle? COVID curbs hit Portuguese shrine's tourist trade
  • French PM to seek new law to better protect public servants against threats
  • U.S. on brink of rampant coronavirus spread, Europe hospitals strained
  • Shoe shopping and dog grooming: French town flouts lockdown rules
  • Greece says onus on Turkey to ease tensions
  • Churchgoers in Dutch 'Bible Belt' defy coronavirus instructions
  • Uganda's Museveni warns off disruptors as he starts bid for another term
  • Judicial panel into shooting, police brutality convenes in Lagos
  • 'We're scared': Lebanon on edge as time and money run out
  • Factbox: UK COVID-19 measures: Johnson locks down England
  • Lebanese security chief tests positive for COVID-19 in U.S
  • Guinea opposition candidate to contest election result in court: spokesman
  • Greece imposes lockdowns in northern regions, suspends flights
  • Canada imposes additional sanctions on Belarusian officials
  • More than 150 evacuated from Russian coronavirus hospital after fire
  • Malaysia's Anwar says facing 'malicious' probe on list of backers for PM bid
  • After signs of rapprochement, Turkey-EU ties sour again
  • Lithuanian election winner pledges more women in government
  • U.S. water row puts Mexican president in opposition sights
  • Cambodia demolished U.S.-built facility on naval base: researchers
  • Russia confirms pollution off Far East amid concern about 'ecological disaster'
  • Taiwan president calls for 'meaningful dialogue' with China
  • Guinean President Conde ahead of rivals in presidential election
  • France's Macron: support for Cyprus, Greece but willing to talk to Turkey
  • Scotland to impose two-week mini lockdown from Friday: Sun newspaper
  • Chile keeps eye on Chinese fishing fleet along South American coast
  • North Cyprus president to face prime minister in runoff
  • In hardening stance, France, Germany push for EU sanctions on Russians over Navalny poisoning
  • New Zealand's Ardern says her party has mandate to lead government
  • After Pompeo criticism, Vatican asserts right to go its own way on China
  • Greece says Turkey lacks credibility after new sail to disputed waters
  • Chechen leader says Macron stance on cartoons inspires terrorists
  • Warsaw police detain 278 after Saturday's protests against coronavirus restrictions
  • Coronavirus pandemic deepens Japan's demographic crisis
  • As campus crumbles and students flee, Venezuela's main university struggles to survive COVID-19
  • U.S. officials took part in rare Israeli visit to Sudan, source says
  • Poorest countries face tough choice over G20 debt relief plan
  • Canada imposes additional sanctions on Belarusian officials
  • Russia arrests two men for stealing icon donated by Putin to island monastery
  • EU watchdog to clarify share trading after full Brexit
  • Goldman Sachs says there could be Brexit drama ahead and then a thin deal
  • 'Mercenary' hacker group runs rampant in Middle East, cybersecurity research shows
  • On Suga's overseas debut, Japan, Vietnam agree broadly on defence transfer
  • Brazil registers 10,220 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday
  • Lagos imposes indefinite curfew to curb Nigeria protests, police deploy anti-riot squad