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  • In Paris knife attack one suspect Pakistani, one Algerian: police source
  • Flying Dutchman: Cargoes of Iranian fuel seized by U.S. remain at sea
  • European bishops demand Belarus allow return of Catholic leader
  • Japan's Suga vows to put growth ahead of fiscal reform, stay course on Abenomics
  • Macron says France must not lock up elderly in nursing homes as COVID-19 cases rise
  • No other option but for Navalny to return to Russia, says spokeswoman
  • No explosives found in package found at Paris attack scene
  • Trump imposes new bans on Cuban rum, cigars, hotels
  • Visegrad Four grouping push back on new EU migration plan
  • Pompeo tells Southeast Asia to stand up to China, shun its firms
  • Myanmar casualties may amount to further war crimes, U.N. rights chief says
  • Factbox: Continuity and reforms: Japan PM hopeful Suga's key policies
  • Turkey sees EU summit as chance for reset - Erdogan spokesman
  • Two civilians die in gunfight with military police near dam protest in northern Mexico
  • Argentina coronavirus death toll surpasses 10,000
  • ‘Illegal thoughts’: how some exiled critics of Thai king are fuelling a revolt
  • Dozens of children injured in New Zealand after school bus collides with train
  • EU calls for U.N. monitoring of Belarus rights abuses: document
  • French 'yellow vests' tussle with police as Paris protests resume
  • France again registers over 7,000 new COVID-19 infections, ICU numbers spike
  • Burnt sculpture of U.S. First Lady Melania Trump exhibited in Slovenia
  • Swedes confidence in PM's handling of coronavirus crisis declining, poll shows
  • 'They should have let us die in the water': desperate Lebanese migrants sent back by Cyprus
  • Exhausted Indian doctors battle surging COVID-19 cases
  • Russia strongly protests to Berlin's Moscow envoy over Navalny allegations
  • South African volunteers on AstraZeneca vaccine trial say not alarmed by pause
  • Zimbabwe protest organizer, journalist freed on bail, banned from posting on Twitter
  • Pope to travel outside Rome for first time since coronavirus pandemic
  • Pope wears mask, warns against political exploitation of coronavirus
  • 'What do I do with fridge full of food?' French bars rail at COVID shutdown
  • France protests after Afghans release Taliban prisoners behind French deaths
  • Saudi Arabia says it busted terrorist cell trained by Iran's Revolutionary Guards
  • Yemeni warring factions hold talks on prisoners release: U.N.
  • UK reports 5,693 coronavirus cases on Sunday
  • Rescue of stranded whales in Australia enters final phase
  • Japan's Suga plans to keep Aso as deputy PM and finance minister: Nikkei
  • Trump to host Israel-United Arab Emirates deal-signing ceremony on September 15
  • 'We have to comply,' Mexican president says as friction grows over U.S. water pact
  • In occupied West Bank, Palestinian bloggers see local tourism as defiance
  • Iran, Russia discussing joint production of COVID-19 vaccine: agencies
  • WTO should play role in COVID-19 medicine access: candidate
  • Turkey's Erdogan floats regional conference in tense east Mediterranean
  • Colombia's capital lifts most coronavirus measures but says new outbreak inevitable
  • Egypt to hold parliamentary elections on Oct. 24-25: official
  • France's new COVID-19 cases slow down, but hospitalisations up
  • France's Macron urges U.N. mission to visit China's Xinjiang region
  • Afghan negotiators wait in Kabul as start of peace talks faces delays - sources
  • West, legal experts press China on case of 12 detained Hong Kong citizens
  • U.S. imposes Iran sanctions, says U.N. penalties resume despite skepticism
  • Russia's COVID-19 vaccine showed antibody response in initial trials
  • Major fire breaks out at a factory near Iran's capital, no casualties: TV
  • Sri Lanka spots oil slick from fire-stricken supertanker
  • French PM raises specter of reconfinement as COVID-19 cases rise
  • Brazil prosecutors bring graft charges against Bolsonaro's son: report
  • UK police arrest man over stabbings in Birmingham
  • French spy master joins effort to deliver Lebanese reforms, sources say
  • China says its vessel is patrolling waters under its jurisdiction after Indonesian report
  • Canada reports zero COVID-19 deaths for first time since March
  • Junior partner in Polish coalition warns of early election after animal rights rift
  • Greek police arrest six over Lesbos fire, migrants resist new camp
  • Kuwait TV cuts to Koranic verses in possible sign of death in ruling family
  • 'Fateful times': Lebanese patriarch says new cabinet must spurn old, corrupt ways
  • Japan's new prime minister Suga, Trump hold first talks by phone
  • Belarus accuses U.N. rights council of meddling, says it would retaliate against EU sanctions
  • Romania reopens schools under strict rules as coronavirus cases rise
  • Belarus's Tsikhanouskaya calls for release of opposition leader Kolesnikova
  • New Bahrain policy to allow flights between Israel and UAE to cross its airspace
  • Turkey's Erdogan floats regional conference in tense east Mediterranean
  • Two injured in Paris stabbing attack: police source now says
  • UK records 4,322 new daily COVID-19 cases, highest since early May
  • Surge in Turkish COVID cases pits doctors against politicians
  • Allies of Kremlin critic Navalny say campaign office in Siberia attacked
  • Maersk captain calls for help for migrants stuck at sea
  • Philippines reports 2,839 new coronavirus infections, 85 more deaths
  • Frenchman says tattoos cost him kindergarten teaching job
  • U.S. House members ask Trump to probe Navalny poisoning, suggest sanctions
  • Russia to send paratroopers to Belarus for joint drills starting on Monday: RIA
  • Families of captured Hong Kong activists demand their return
  • India, China accuse each other of firing in the air on tense border
  • Australia says majority of 470-strong beached whale pod has died
  • Hong Kong activist Wong gets bail after being charged for 2019 protests
  • Open for Christmas: Australia's virus hotspot could be near normal by summer
  • Indian state uses draconian law to detain those accused of killing cows
  • Taiwan scrambles jets as 18 Chinese planes buzz during U.S. visit
  • Irish PM says focused on achieving a 'decent' EU-UK free-trade deal
  • India arrests nine al Qaeda militants planning 'terrorist attacks'
  • U.N. experts, activists seek probe of Philippines drug war killings
  • Greek PM says concerned by extension of Turkish drill ship operations off Cyprus
  • Mexican president says 'we have other options' after pause in AstaZeneca vaccine trial
  • Navalny needs at least a month to be fit, predicts activist
  • EU prolongs sanctions over Russia's Crimea annexation
  • Japan PM Suga, China's Xi to hold phone talks Friday: source
  • Indonesia gives free Bali staycations to test tourism readiness
  • Hong Kong residents arrested at sea 'will have to be dealt with' by mainland China: Lam
  • U.S. House speaker says violating Good Friday accord would kill any U.S.-UK trade deal
  • Protesters in France's Marseille rebel against COVID shutdown
  • Iranian fuel seized by U.S. to reach Texas within days - sources
  • Philippines' Duterte calls out Facebook after accounts taken down
  • 'Keep calm and support Barnier': French minister denies Brexit negotiator sidelined