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  • Serbia's Vucic plays down hopes for quick political deal with Kosovo
  • Vietnam jails four over migrant deaths in British truck
  • Brazil prosecutors bring graft charges against Bolsonaro's son: report
  • U.S. faces hurdles in trying to nudge Belarus toward democracy
  • Madrid residents facing localised lockdown doubt curbs will work
  • Australian writer detained in China says will 'fight to the end'
  • Global coronavirus deaths rise above 'mind-numbing' million
  • Slovak conservatives hope to tighten abortion law, rights groups protest
  • Putin critic Navalny has come out of coma, Berlin hospital says
  • EU funds to Ukraine hinge on constructive work with IMF: Borrell
  • U.S. imposes new Iran sanctions over human rights violations
  • China's international schools struggle as teachers, students remain stuck abroad
  • Bolivia election race heats up as field tightens
  • Major Canadian province clamps down on parties to fight coronavirus spread
  • Christian pastor, soldier shot dead in Indonesia's Papua
  • Pompeo visits refugees in Brazil, pressuring Venezuela's Maduro
  • Turkey's Erdogan, Germany's Merkel discuss east Mediterranean
  • U.N. rights body agrees to hold urgent debate on Belarus
  • Exclusive: Brazil's Lula says he will back anyone who can take on Bolsonaro
  • Australia's COVID-19 hotspot on track for easing curbs, faces three lawsuits
  • Factbox: How Russia has prepared itself to blunt threat of more sanctions
  • Two killed as violence spills from Mexico protest against water flow to U.S.
  • Turkey backs Libya ceasefire but doubtful after Haftar's rebuff
  • Pompeo to attend start of intra-Afghan peace talks in Doha
  • In new book, British teen climate activist urges peers to 'Challenge Everything'
  • China's Qingdao finds coronavirus on seafood importer's goods
  • Britain will work to make progress in EU talks but gaps remain, says PM's spokesman
  • UK Brexit negotiator sees no guarantee EU will OK food imports from UK
  • U.S. auction house withdraws Spanish conquistador manuscript after Mexico's theft complaint
  • Turkey to fight "propaganda and perception operations"
  • Hungary PM Orban endorses Trump in November U.S. election
  • Senior Japan ruling party member suggests early election: media
  • Spain seeks 'democratic guarantees' from Venezuela for elections
  • U.S., UK sign agreement on artificial intelligence
  • One in eight deaths in Europe linked to pollution, environment, EU says
  • Greece and Turkey agree to resume exploratory talks soon
  • Israelis protest outside Netanyahu's home after bid to curb demonstrations
  • Japan's PM frontrunner vows insurance coverage for fertility treatments
  • Brazil to join COVAX vaccine facility, as Chile, Israel, UAE also sign up
  • Australian PM wants internal borders open by Christmas, protests at virus restrictions grow
  • Czech PM Babis taps epidemiologist as minister to fight COVID-19 surge
  • Tropical Storm Paulette takes aim at Bermuda, gaining strength
  • Israel to lock down nationwide in main holiday season amid COVID-19 surge
  • 'Or gas them': Germany's far-right AfD fires official over migrant comment
  • UK records 3,395 new daily COVID-19 cases
  • Dutch daily COVID cases hit new high, also pass 100,000 in all
  • Israeli court approves extradition to Australia of sex-crime suspect
  • Prominent Bahrain lawyer gets suspended sentence for 'inciting hatred'
  • Britain chides Belarus over riot police arrests
  • Four people injured in knife attack in Paris: Prime Minister
  • UAE planning first official visit to Israel on September 22 - source
  • Japan says it will bear cost of coronavirus vaccines for populace
  • COVID-19 cases rise in Canada, schools to put pressure on testing system
  • Saudi crown prince, Japan's defense minister discuss security of marine traffic - SPA
  • Saudi Arabia grants approval for UAE-Israel flights to use its airspace
  • Catalans rally for independence despite health warnings
  • Czechs order masks indoors as daily cases top 1,000 for first time
  • Pakistan opens criminal probes into 50 pilots, 5 civil aviation officials - sources
  • Timeline: Israel-Gulf normalization moves follow years of failed diplomatic initiatives
  • Two members of Lebanese security forces killed in armed clashes
  • China says its vessel is patrolling waters under its jurisdiction after Indonesian report
  • Australia opposes release of Afghan prisoner who killed three of its soldiers
  • Japan ruling party head Suga preparing cabinet, continuity in foreground
  • Japan's Suga: decision to dissolve parliament must take into account pandemic
  • McCann suspect may face more jail time after EU court ruling
  • China, India agree not to send more troops to Ladakh border
  • New Japan PM Suga crafts 'continuity cabinet', pledges reform
  • EU sanctions against Belarus should target Lukashenko: Germany's Weber
  • EU says positions on Brexit 'far apart', talks must quicken
  • Ireland tightens Dublin COVID-19 restrictions as cases surge
  • Is breaking the law right on Brexit? UK says the law must be obeyed on COVID
  • Rouhani says U.S. can impose neither negotiations nor war on Iran
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine could be on the market by end of 2020: Italy minister
  • What happens next with UK bill breaching Brexit divorce treaty?
  • Iran reports highest daily coronavirus cases in past 10 days
  • Protesters scuffle with police at London anti-lockdown demo
  • Quebec launches police blitz in bars as COVID-19 cases climb
  • Factbox: The main players in Algeria's political upheaval
  • Vietnam sentences brothers to death over bloody land clash
  • Britain wants EU trade talks to succeed - senior minister Gove
  • Saudi, Bahraini ministers discuss regional developments: SPA
  • Facebook bans Indian ruling party politician for policy violation
  • UAE, Israeli ministers discuss energy, technology cooperation
  • In new book, British teen climate activist urges peers to 'Challenge Everything'
  • U.S. charges three Iranians over satellite tech firm hacking
  • Ex Cambridge Analytica boss banned over 'unethical services' - UK agency
  • BHP sought to disturb cultural sites even after concerns raised: inquiry
  • Tires and oil on fire at Beirut port, military source says
  • UK agrees to meet EU over new Brexit bill, government spokesperson says
  • Exhausted Indian doctors battle surging COVID-19 cases
  • Australia's daily coronavirus tally falls to lowest in more than three months
  • WHO says safety comes first as over 170 nations join COVID-19 vaccine plan
  • Belarusian opposition leader says ally's abduction is attempt to derail opposition council
  • EU court adviser backs ritual animal slaughter without stunning
  • Russia-Belarus military drills are not targeting other countries: Ifax
  • British Columbia imposes fresh curbs on nightclubs as COVID-19 cases spike
  • Macron says Belarus's Lukashenko must go: paper
  • Russian PM to visit Belarus on Thursday amid political crisis
  • Scotland's Sturgeon says tougher COVID-19 restrictions on the way
  • Mexican president says does not accept all of Trump drug report