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  • Putin calls for fighting to stop in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Syrian satirist questioned over "Macron" flogging stunt in Berlin
  • Pompeo urges Saudi Arabia to consider normalizing relations with Israel
  • BOJ to begin experimenting with digital currency next year
  • Britain's coronavirus cases rise sharply to record level
  • Kuwait bids farewell to late ruler and pillar of Arab diplomacy as new emir takes over
  • Guinea opposition candidate claims victory, violence erupts
  • No skiing, but still mountaintop luxury at 2021 World Economic Forum near Lucerne
  • Stung by the pandemic, Ethiopia boosts health budget 46%, PM says
  • Kyrgyz parliament to meet, consider PM candidates on Saturday: report
  • NATO would seek early summit with Biden, if elected, envoys say
  • France urges EU to adopt measures against Turkey at next summit
  • Mainland China reports first local COVID-19 infections in nearly two months
  • 'Very little time' to reach trade deal with EU, says UK negotiator
  • Dutch hit daily record with around 6,500 new coronavirus cases
  • Spanish families mark Day of the Dead separately amid COVID-19 fears
  • Azerbaijan wants Turkey part of future Caucasus peace process
  • Mainland China reports 13 new COVID-19 cases vs 13 a day earlier
  • Mexican president mulls asking U.N. to help get museums to return artifacts
  • Argentina exceeds 1 million Covid-19 cases
  • Nigeria's police chief orders immediate mobilisation to reclaim public space: statement
  • Lawyer surrenders, accused of bribing witnesses in ICC case against Kenya VP
  • Energy security and economic fears drive China's return to coal
  • Thailand reports first local coronavirus cases in over a month
  • U.N. acting Libya envoy 'optimistic' on ceasefire talks
  • Peru opens Machu Picchu for a single Japanese tourist after almost seven-month wait
  • Factbox: Britain talks of Aussie-style trade deal with EU. But what is it?
  • Exclusive: Indonesia rejected U.S. request to host spy planes - officials
  • Explainer: Who's fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh, and why does it matter?
  • Brussels bars and cafes to close as COVID-19 cases resurge
  • Israel's Netanyahu says deal with Sudan start of 'new era'
  • Floods kill 17 people in central Vietnam, next storm due soon
  • By the pool or ferris wheel? Japanese theme park becomes new office for teleworkers
  • Refusing to wear a mask in Ethiopia could cost you two years in jail
  • Thai king says still loves protesters, Thailand is land of compromise
  • EU rules out sending observers for Venezuela's Dec. 6 vote
  • Mexico bristles at U.S. for role in ex-army chief's arrest
  • Malaysia to review rules on social, sports activities amid coronavirus spike
  • Germany to discuss response to Navalny poisoning after OPCW findings
  • Turkey and Poland put on quarantine lists in England and Scotland
  • As millionth case looms, COVID tears through France faster than in spring
  • French police conduct raids in crackdown after teacher beheading
  • Taliban to 'reset' commitments under agreement with Washington to bring down violence: U.S. special envoy
  • Ravaged by first wave, Italy ill-prepared as second COVID assault hits
  • Myanmar releases voter app criticised for Rohingya label, despite EU objection
  • Turkey withdraws from base in northwest Syria, sources say
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 7,830 to 348,557: RKI
  • Party city Berlin slaps corona curfew on bars, restaurants
  • Taiwan says has spent almost $900 million scrambling against China this year
  • There is a Brexit trade deal to be done, says UK's Raab
  • Qatar government says invasive searches of women at airport 'illegal actions'
  • PM Johnson wishes Trump well in COVID recovery: spokesman
  • South Korea takes in 164 asylum seekers from nearly 6,000 applicants
  • Putin, Erdogan discussed Nagorno-Karabakh, Syria during phone call: Kremlin
  • North Korean state TV broadcasts military parade in Pyongyang
  • Spain invokes state of emergency for Madrid lockdown
  • Burned-out buildings and armed gangs in Lagos despite president's plea
  • Britain's coronavirus cases rise sharply to record level
  • Palestinian business leader hopes UAE, Bahrain will press Israel to stop settlements
  • Special Report: For Black South African rugby player, a COVID victory, and loss
  • Kremlin accuses CIA of working with critic Navalny, says he's receiving instructions from 'instructors'
  • Russia says Germany denied Russian diplomats access to Navalny
  • Indonesian president signs contentious jobs bill: CNN Indonesia
  • EU wants Brexit deal, but not at any price, says Commission chief
  • Philippines says it and China reaffirm strong relations
  • Corpses lie unclaimed on Day of the Dead in violent Mexican state
  • Lebanon's President Aoun vows to see through new PM nomination
  • Factbox: Kyrgyzstan slides again into political turmoil
  • FBI to open office with Cambodia police amid frosty ties
  • Trump administration sets record low limit for new U.S. refugees
  • Singapore PM takes the stand in defamation case against blogger
  • Malaysia PM quarantines after having contact with minister who has COVID-19
  • UK reports 24,405 new cases of coronavirus
  • Malaysian PM quarantines after minister tests positive for COVID-19
  • Factbox: Kyrgyzstan's political turmoil
  • Kidnapped politician, French aid worker to be freed in Mali prisoner swap
  • Kuwait's emir asks government to stay on, prepare for elections
  • Coronavirus pandemic deepens Japan's demographic crisis
  • Non-profits say India's new rules on foreign funding will hit operations
  • Wait, what? Dutch justice minister explains lockdown rules for weed
  • Guinean President Conde ahead of rivals in election
  • UK PM Boris Johnson searching for a chief of staff: Sunday Times
  • Spain invokes state of emergency for Madrid lockdown
  • Azeri foreign minister?says Nagorno-Karabakh truce is temporary
  • Analysis: If Biden wins U.S. election, Brazil's Bolsonaro loses key trade, climate ally
  • All pubs in Glasgow and Edinburgh to close under new Scottish virus curbs
  • British PM Johnson says trade deal is up to the EU
  • Romania, U.S. to sign cooperation agreements over nuclear reactors
  • Turkey has right to act if militants not cleared from Syria border - Erdogan
  • Swelled by rain and COVID curbs, locust swarms ravage Ethiopia
  • Malaysia summons French diplomat over alleged anti-Islam speech
  • India's federal police to probe alleged gang rape of woman who died of injuries: statement
  • In Venezuelan rural heartland, angry Maduro supporters fuel protest wave
  • U.S. blacklists more Syrians in fresh push for Assad to end war
  • People must follow coronavirus rules, says UK PM's spokesman
  • Turning point in Thailand: Queen's brush with protest
  • PM Johnson wishes Trump well in COVID recovery: spokesman
  • We should get ready for Australia-style no-deal exit, PM Johnson says
  • Turkey wants conditions on Caucasus ceasefire, floats broader talks
  • Migrants hoping to reach EU stranded in Bosnian woods as cold sets in