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  • As tourists trickle back to resorts, Greeks have modest expectations
  • Zimbabwe tightens COVID rules ahead of anti-government protests
  • Trudeau ethics probe to draw more scrutiny to Canada's COVID-19 spending
  • Turkish floating power plant firm aims to end blackouts in west Libya
  • Australia expands wage subsidy scheme as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Die in detention or at home? U.S. pandemic forces cruel choice on asylum seekers
  • We'll discuss how German forces can help regions to be hit by U.S. troop withdrawal: minister
  • Trump made clear he's unhappy with China - White House adviser on consulate closure
  • Russia says China would be needed in expanded G7 summit: TASS
  • Two South African ministers in hospital with coronavirus
  • Merkel says there is hope EU stimulus deal possible on Monday
  • Tunisian PM resigns triggering political crisis
  • Iraq PM says won't allow threats to Iran from Iraqi soil
  • Hong Kong police search pollster's office days after security law introduced
  • China will push forward research and development of COVID-19 vaccines
  • Three dead in attack on Afghan jail, scores of prisoners flee
  • Russian fund steps up production of anti-viral drug approved by Moscow for COVID-19
  • Ryanair plane lands safely in Oslo after bomb threat, no explosives found
  • Peru protesters attack Las Bambas mining group's convoy, burn vehicles
  • Zimbabwe tightens COVID rules ahead of anti-government protests
  • North Korea tells foreigners in capital to follow rules amid coronavirus crackdown
  • UK transport minister to cut short Spanish holiday after quarantine change: Sun
  • Hong Kong reports 52 new coronavirus cases as local transmissions spike
  • Zambia health minister denies corruption charges in court
  • U.S. fighter jets near Iranian passenger plane over Syrian airspace: pilot
  • Exclusive: Biden to review Trump decision to cut troops in Germany if elected
  • 'It's a very emotional time': Hong Kongers pack memories for new life overseas
  • Bill targeting banks over China's Hong Kong law passes U.S. Senate
  • Who is Ghislaine Maxwell, the Epstein confidant detained by the FBI?
  • Eastern-based Libyan parliament asks Egypt to intervene in war
  • UK deals new blow to Spanish tourism in what Spain's PM calls 'error' by London
  • Turkish parliament gives Erdogan authority to extend layoff ban for a year
  • Indigenous leaders angry about coronavirus risk from Brazilian military visit
  • Catalan politician says Spain would be complicit in a crime if phone-hacking proven
  • Leaky border: Tourists and quarantine cheats threaten Canada amid U.S. COVID-19 surge
  • Guilty verdict for Malaysia's Najib caps dramatic turn in fortunes
  • U.S. first lady Melania Trump statue set on fire in Slovenia
  • Fujifilm's Avigan inconclusive in COVID-19 patients in Japan trial
  • U.S. business body urges Japan to end 'double standard' re-entry rules
  • After backlash, Malaysia makes U-turn on licenses for social media videos
  • Jeffrey Epstein friend Ghislaine Maxwell arrested on sex abuse charges
  • Netanyahu coalition ally wants military to front anti-COVID campaign
  • Hong Kong opens dining in shelters as residents struggle with restaurant ban
  • Japan, U.S. discuss jump in coronavirus cases at U.S. military bases
  • WHO sounds alarm as coronavirus cases rise by one million in five days
  • Poland will not let EU 'force' it into allowing gay marriages, says justice minister
  • Escape to North Korea: Defector at heart of COVID-19 case fled sex abuse investigation
  • U.S. envoy arrives in South Korea as North Korea rejects talks
  • Egypt's Sisi approves ban on retired army officers standing for election
  • Harvard professor accused of lying about China ties faces U.S. tax charges
  • Jordan arrests leaders of teachers union in opposition crackdown
  • Vietnam reports 8 more COVID-19 cases linked to Danang outbreak
  • Mexico reports 6,751 new coronavirus cases, 729 new deaths
  • 'Help us help you', France tells crisis-hit Lebanon
  • German abattoir in coronavirus outbreak stops sub-contracting workers
  • U.S. prosecutor says Ghislaine Maxwell played 'critical role' in Jeffrey Epstein's abuse
  • U.S. should not stand in way of U.N. chief naming new Libya envoy, Germany says
  • China threatens to stop recognising BNO passports of Hong Kong residents
  • For kitchen-less Hong Kongers, new ban on restaurant dining is a bitter pill
  • Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong says poll disqualification won't stop democracy fight
  • France speeds up plans to mandate face masks over COVID-19 fears
  • Gifted young Afghan returnee is victim of campaign attacking civil society
  • UK quarantine on Spain is not disproportionate: junior minister
  • Major Beirut medical centre lays off hundreds as crisis bites
  • Turkey says six killed in bomb attack near Syria border
  • Canada court rules 'Safe Third Country' pact with U.S. invalid, cites detention risk
  • Jordan sets November 10 as date for parliamentary polls: state media
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 412 to 199,375: RKI
  • Santander Chairman says EU aid agreement paves way for cross-border mergers
  • John Hume, champion of peace in Northern Ireland's darkest days
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 159 to 198,963: RKI
  • U.S. cybersecurity firm says Beijing-linked hackers target Vatican ahead of talks
  • German restaurants object after police use COVID data for crime-fighting
  • Australian PM seeks voter redemption in by-election
  • Iran says two Swedes arrested in crackdown on drugs trafficking network
  • UK taxi, private hire vehicle drivers to undergo criminal record checks every 6 months
  • Austrian resort town St. Wolfgang grapples with coronavirus outbreak
  • Republicans renew complaints Twitter stifles president, conservatives
  • Pompeo says U.S. aims to extend U.N. arms embargo on Iran for more than short period of time
  • Sweden's health agency says open schools did not spur pandemic spread among children
  • Tunisia's parliament speaker narrowly survives confidence vote
  • EU executive expresses concern over Hungary's media freedom
  • Israel's 'Bibi generation' starts to turn on Netanyahu over economy and COVID-19
  • Masks, disinfectant, social distancing: Japan responds to disaster amid coronavirus
  • Polish 'LGBT-free' town weighs risk of losing EU funds
  • Cambodian Russia Today translator's 'fake news' case sent to appeal court
  • Colombia will contest court order suspending activities of U.S. troops
  • Dozen of bodies found in Burkina Faso, and rights group suspects extrajudicial killings
  • France speeds up plans to mandate face masks over COVID-19 fears
  • Meghan felt 'unprotected' by UK royal family while pregnant: court papers
  • 'It makes sense': French shoppers take compulsory masks in their stride
  • Down but not out: Berlusconi could hold key to Italian government's future
  • Indian royal dynasty keep control of one of world's richest temples
  • U.N. expert accuses White House of 'onslaught' against media
  • India's interior minister hospitalised with coronavirus
  • Indian gangster accused of killing eight policemen shot dead
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus
  • Two South African ministers in hospital with coronavirus
  • People refusing coronavirus treatment may face jail in Italy's Veneto
  • Under fire over coronavirus policy, Netanyahu announces money for all