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  • New Northern Ireland curbs likely to tackle 'grave' COVID-19 spread
  • Poll finds over 40% of Spaniards back republic in wake of royal scandals
  • Ten dead, three missing as 2020's strongest typhoon slams Philippines
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  • Turkey to take legal, diplomatic steps against French caricature of Erdogan
  • No more trade talks unless EU changes position, UK's Johnson says
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  • India begins selecting people for priority coronavirus vaccines
  • Philippines' Duterte vows to fix row in parliament to avoid budget delay
  • COVID-19 cases in England rose by 51,900 per day last week: ONS
  • Row in Hungary around children's book fuels fears of rising homophobia
  • U.S. targets only one percent of Chinese students over security: White House official
  • Bang your pots: top French chef calls for COVID protest
  • Iran brands U.S. 'pirates' over seized Venezuela-bound oil
  • Yemen's war shifts focus to Marib, thousands of displaced at risk
  • Spain sets record COVID-19 case rise with over 55,000 new infections: health ministry
  • Azerbaijan's Aliyev says ready for Nagorno-Karabakh talks, but no concessions
  • Merkel urges Germans to reduce contacts and travel as infections rise
  • Israeli minister quits government over COVID-19 curbs on protests
  • Malaysia reports 375 new coronavirus cases
  • 'One-der-ful': Australia's coronavirus hotspot records single case
  • EU travellers could avoid quarantine under plans for COVID-19 testing regime: The Telegraph
  • Factbox: UK in COVID-19 lockdown - What are the restrictions?
  • Police set up traffic controls as Madrid heads back into lockdown
  • Kyrgyz president to ask parliament for repeat vote on PM
  • France reports more than 12,000 new coronavirus infections
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial Brazil volunteer dies, trial to continue
  • Modi says committed to COVID-19 vaccine for all citizens
  • Microsoft detects cyberattacks from Iran-linked actor engaged in intelligence collection
  • U.S. urges diplomacy as Nagorno-Karabakh fighting rages
  • Germany suggests new EU trade talks with U.S. after elections
  • Chemical weapons watchdog ready to assist Russia in Navalny case
  • UK wants EU assurance that trade approach has changed, says PM's spokesman
  • Tens of thousands protest across Thailand in defiance of ban
  • North Korea displays apparently new ICBM at military parade: analysts
  • Belgium postpones non-essential hospital work to deal with COVID surge
  • Israeli minister says Turkey opposed to regional peace
  • Sudan and main rebel groups formalise peace deal
  • France, U.S. and Russia to meet on Nagorno-Karabakh amid fears of regional war
  • At least 11 die as migrant boat sinks off Tunisia
  • New Zealand approves euthanasia, set to reject recreational marijuana
  • EU wants a constructive relationship with Turkey: von der Leyen
  • Iran’s oil minister says Tehran's oil industry will not yield to U.S pressure: tweet
  • German minister drops plans for EU car toll
  • Sweden's daily COVID-19 cases hit highest level since June
  • Eating like the English? French curfew puts early dinner on menu
  • Canada probing allegations Azeri forces are using Canadian technology in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • UK's Raab says: we're disappointed by EU but a deal can be done
  • Raab: U.S. wants to see leadership from Europeans
  • Lebanon's caretaker PM says lifting subsidies would cause 'social explosion'
  • 20 killed on temple trip in Thailand as bus, train collide
  • Hamas releases Palestinian peace activists arrested after Zoom call with Israelis
  • Paraguay declares state of emergency as forest fires rage
  • Israel confirms it will hold U.S.-mediated talks with Lebanon on shared maritime border
  • Canada probing allegations Azeri forces are using Canadian technology in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • France sees highest number of COVID-19 patients going into hospital since April
  • Former IMF chief Rato to leave Spanish prison on semi-release from embezzlement sentence
  • Azerbaijan ready return to talks with Armenia when military conflict ends: TASS citing Aliyev
  • Dozens stage attack on police station in Paris suburb
  • Russia expels two Bulgarian diplomats: ministry
  • Explainer: Malaysian premier seeks a state of emergency amid political crisis
  • Italy's former PM Berlusconi recovers from COVID-19: source
  • New Zealand's Ardern to form government within 3 weeks after historic election win
  • China says it supports Fujian in new integrated development with Taiwan: Xinhua
  • Jordan's King Abdullah swears in new government to speed reforms
  • Portugal's president ponders COVID-19 state of emergency
  • Indonesian Muslims ramp up global outcry against Macron the 'real terrorist'
  • Malaysia will not re-impose coronavirus curbs for now despite spike
  • Business as usual? Scant enforcement of Madrid's new lockdown
  • EU launches legal case against UK over Internal Market Bill
  • Tunisia to investigate Mahdi Organisation over Nice attack: state media
  • Taiwan says diplomat sent to hospital after China spat in Fiji
  • Bulgaria and Slovakia recalling ambassadors from Belarus
  • U.S. welcomes transitional government in Mali
  • Kuwait parliament term to end Thursday, says Speaker
  • Singapore's last village proves nostalgic tourism hit in pandemic
  • 'The Godfather': Mexico's ex-defense chief helped ship tons of cocaine and heroin
  • Belgium says COVID-19 situation serious as infections reach new highs, bars close
  • What women want: Female vote key but policies lacking in New Zealand election
  • Crackdown on illegal housing leaves some Egyptians struggling to pay fees
  • Austria's Kurz urges EU sanctions against Turkey
  • Former U.S. citizen sentenced in Chile for shooting at protesters
  • U.N. says Nagorno-Karabakh attacks could be war crimes
  • French teacher's killer messaged with parent angry over caricatures: source
  • Russia not producing chemical weapons, Kremlin says after OPCW findings on Navalny
  • South Sudan families displaced by fighting forced out again by floods
  • Canada police officer found not guilty in death of mentally ill Black man
  • UK health minister offers parliament more say in coronavirus measures
  • Jordan warns of full lockdown after virus cases surge
  • U.S. designates Chinese body a foreign mission, quits local cooperation agreement
  • Ivory Coast police rescue 11 children working on cocoa farms
  • Quiet please: French jet's sonic boom shakes Paris, disrupts tennis
  • Syrian victims of chemical attacks file case with German prosecutors
  • You won't be alone this Christmas, Merkel assures Germans
  • Azeri president says Turkey should be in Nagorno-Karabakh talks
  • Israel's Netanyahu says deal with Sudan start of 'new era'
  • Belarus announces sanctions list in retaliation against EU
  • Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan dies after weeks in hospital