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  • Bolivia election race heats up as field tightens
  • Kremlin critic Navalny appears in public after leaving Berlin hospital
  • Turkish, Greek officials meet for talks to reduce conflict risks - Turkey
  • China says WHO gave blessing for coronavirus vaccine emergency use programme
  • Mayor of Bogota, Colombia, calls for reconciliation after deadly protests
  • Merkel: Germany can avoid second coronavirus lockdown
  • Possible war crimes in Yemen fuelled by arms flows from West, Iran - U.N.
  • Bollywood actress at centre of media frenzy arrested by India's narcotics agency
  • Hungarian protestors demand academic freedom for top arts university
  • Myanmar casualties may amount to further war crimes, U.N. rights chief says
  • U.S., Oman discuss ways to strengthen security, boost economic ties
  • Piracy, other high seas crimes rise in Asia: report
  • Afghan woman prays that peace will save her fourth husband
  • Intelligence helps Namibia turn tide against rhino poachers, government says
  • Australia opposes release of Afghan prisoner who killed three of its soldiers
  • Iran's coronavirus single-day 207 death toll highest since August 1: health ministry
  • Mongolians protest visit of China diplomat as language dispute simmers
  • In bumpy U.N. dealings, Trump found backing on North Korea, isolation on Iran
  • Belarus opposition leader says authorities threatened to kill her during deportation attempt: lawyer
  • More than 40 crew missing after cattle ship capsizes in storm off Japan
  • Indian army asks China's PLA if missing civilians in their custody
  • Johnson lashes out at EU as he clears first hurdle for Brexit treaty breach
  • Dawn patrol: Parisians queue in dark for COVID tests
  • U.S. charges three Iranians over satellite tech firm hacking
  • UK may be moving too slowly to tackle COVID-19 outbreak, government adviser says
  • German economy minister ends quarantine after negative COVID-19 results
  • Johnson says Brexit legislation will protect integrity of UK
  • UK sanctions Belarus leader Lukashenko
  • Britain's COVID testing buckles, pressuring government
  • Saudi King, France's Macron discuss G20: SPA
  • UK says nothing can override need for unfettered Northern Ireland-UK flow of goods
  • Belarusian protest leader detained by unidentified people: Tut.By media report
  • Russia continues checks into Navalny case, resents pressure: Kremlin
  • Belgium eases mask rules, cuts quarantine despite rising cases
  • Support for New Zealand's Ardern drops in latest poll but coalition still seen winning
  • Navalny ally says recovery will take a long time
  • UAE announces candidacy for U.N. Security Council seat
  • Pandemic sharpens 'battle for the soul' of United Nations between U.S. and China
  • 'Or gas them': Germany's far-right AfD fires official over migrant comment
  • French labs show how global supply bottlenecks thwart effort to ramp up testing
  • U.S. to announce on Wednesday charges in computer intrusion campaigns related to China
  • Backroom deals, old-school politics help rise of Japan's likely new premier
  • UK risks new lockdown as COVID cases hit highest since May
  • U.S. conveyed concerns to Russia over Syria troop collision - White House official
  • EU fumes over British defiance, but will press on with Brexit talks
  • R rate improvement could prompt COVID-19 plan rethink: UK's Johnson
  • Ring found in mass grave brings closure to Spanish civil war victim's family
  • Qatar ruler meets Afghan, Taliban delegations during peace talks in Doha
  • TRESemmé hair ad angers South Africans still hurting from racist past
  • Britain is at COVID-19 tipping point, health minister says
  • France's centre right keeps control of Senate in election
  • Defying protests and poverty, Haitians get creative to wed in style
  • Thailand's parliament votes to delay consideration of constitutional amendment: lawmaker
  • French prosecutor seeking court appearance for ex-Macron bodyguard Benalla
  • Gulf coronavirus infections surpass 800,000,tally shows
  • Russia asks Germany for copious details of poison tests on Navalny
  • Kuwait's new emir is Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf, says cabinet
  • Highlights: Key comments as historic Afghan-Taliban peace talks begin
  • PM Johnson: We need new COVID-19 restrictions, but economy can keep moving
  • Japan's Suga says coronavirus a top priority, to stay on Abe policy course
  • Mali's M5-RFP coalition rejects junta's post-coup charter
  • Record floods threaten pyramid sites in Sudan
  • Johnson should rip up Brexit divorce deal, think-tank says
  • Israel returns to lockdown as COVID-19 cases mount
  • Japan's former foreign minister touts diplomatic experience in leadership race
  • China, India agree to disengage troops on contested border
  • Yemen warring parties to travel to Switzerland to discuss prisoner releases
  • Retired colonel sworn in as Mali interim president after coup
  • EU set to miss Monday deadline to impose Belarus sanctions - diplomats
  • Bahrain says foiled 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran in early 2020
  • Steve Bannon’s effort to export his fiery popularism to Europe is failing
  • Britain, France, Germany say U.N. sanctions relief for Iran to continue beyond September 20
  • A 'moonshot', PM Johnson wants mass testing in Britain by spring
  • New Zealand ends all pandemic restrictions outside main city of Auckland
  • Fed-up Lesbos islanders, migrants stuck waiting for Europe to decide
  • Trump and Biden take sharply different paths on immigration
  • Australia says majority of 470-strong beached whale pod has died
  • Pakistani journalist arrested for defaming military
  • UK reports 4,368 new cases of COVID-19
  • Australia says security agencies acted on evidence in Chinese journalist raid
  • Lebanese PM-designate to hold more talks in faltering bid to appoint cabinet
  • Merkel doesn't rule out sanctions on Russian gas pipeline, spokesman says
  • Mosul war victim struggles to make ends meet through pandemic
  • 'Unacceptable' if Mexicans subjected to medical abuse in U.S. custody, minister says
  • On current path, UK risks exponential increase in deaths, says top medic
  • Malaysia says no more 'fist bumps' as coronavirus numbers jump
  • UK PM Johnson warns on COVID: We've reached perilous turning point
  • Egypt air to resume direct flights between Cairo and Moscow Sept 17: MENA
  • 'Emir of Winterthur' convicted in Swiss jihadist trial
  • Mongolians protest visit of China diplomat as language dispute simmers
  • EU to hone "carrot and stick" line on Turkey at summit - top official
  • Deer bucks the odds to escape French hunters
  • UK's Integumen unveils prototype COVID-19 breath test
  • Twitter aims to label more state-affiliated accounts worldwide
  • Rescuers search Beirut rubble for second day after pulse detected
  • Death toll in eastern Congo village attacks rises to at least 53
  • Early count points to centre-left win in Tuscany regional election
  • Get serious! Careless French public riles COVID medics
  • Chinese journalist targeted in Australian raid calls investigation 'baseless'
  • Belgian politics on hold as mediator contracts COVID-19