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  • South African human rights lawyer George Bizos dies at 92
  • Virus cases falling in Australia's hotspot state, restrictions may ease further
  • Surge in Turkish COVID cases pits doctors against politicians
  • Serbian leader fires back at Moscow after 'Basic Instinct' jibe
  • Quebec imposes new curbs, Ontario warns of 'more complex' second wave as COVID-19 cases spike
  • China downplays role of Australia ground station in space programme
  • U.S. mulls sanctions on anyone involved in Belarus rights abuses, Pompeo says
  • Highlights: Key comments as historic Afghan-Taliban peace talks begin
  • Thailand to slowly restart tourism with flight from China
  • Exclusive: Swedish space company halts new business helping China operate satellites
  • U.N. rights chief urges Russia to investigate Navalny case
  • Former UK PM May says government putting UK integrity at risk, could damage N. Ireland peace
  • Nigerian doctors strike again over benefits amid coronavirus
  • Brazil prosecutors bring graft charges against Bolsonaro's son: report
  • Seoul city seeks $4 million in damages from church over new COVID-19 outbreak
  • Aoun says Lebanon faces cabinet crisis, no solution on horizon
  • France's new COVID-19 cases slow down, but hospitalisations up
  • Timeline: Journalists caught in Australia-China diplomatic tussle
  • U.S. faces hurdles in trying to nudge Belarus toward democracy
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero denied bail during terror trial
  • Britain, Canada, EU throw weight behind 2030 biodiversity protection goal
  • Putin did not discuss supplying arms in talks with Belarus leader: TASS, citing Kremlin
  • UK reports 34 new deaths after positive COVID-19 test, excluding Scotland
  • England makes no changes to COVID-19 quarantine countries
  • EU sanctions against Belarus should target Lukashenko: Germany's Weber
  • Greek PM tells Turkey to end 'provocations' for dialogue to begin
  • Israel's Netanyahu urges Beirut neighborhood to 'act now' on alleged Hezbollah arms depot
  • Coronavirus cases pass half-million mark in France
  • Femicides in Mexico rise more than 2%, protests rage
  • China coal mine accident kills 16, Xinhua says
  • Indonesia reports its biggest daily rise in coronavirus infections
  • Lebanese Hezbollah and allied parties condemn U.S. sanctions on former ministers
  • Fears of no-trade deal Brexit rise as UK says progress unlikely at talks
  • Cuba shuts down interprovincial transportation due to new COVID-19 fears
  • Indonesia reports 2,880 new coronavirus cases, 105 deaths
  • Pakistani students back in school after more than six months
  • Good Friday accord not at risk, British foreign minister says
  • South Koreans urged to avoid a surge of coronavirus over harvest holiday
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko replaces heads of KGB and security council: Belta
  • Honduras hopes to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem by end of year
  • India's opposition parties quiz Facebook over political bias
  • Palestinians arrest supporters of Abbas rival based in UAE
  • Australia COVID-19 hot spot says cases fall to single digits
  • Russia says regrets Bulgaria's decision to expel diplomats, promises retaliatory measures
  • Guinea Constitutional Council clears President Conde's third term bid
  • Russia presses Germany for more detail on Navalny, urges 'transparency'
  • Belarusian leader reshuffles security chiefs in face of mass protests
  • Belarusian opposition politician Kolesnikova suspected of calls to seize power: RIA cites lawyer
  • Dozens of Hong Kong people write postcards to fugitives arrested by China
  • Chinese fishing fleet off Peru stirs up diplomatic waters as navy monitors
  • Poland calls on Germany to halt Nord Stream 2 amid Navalny case
  • Timeline: How the global coronavirus pandemic unfolded
  • Europe's Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations head in wrong direction: WHO
  • France's Macron urges U.N. mission to visit China's Xinjiang region
  • Romania reopens schools under strict rules as coronavirus cases rise
  • UK joining 'ranks of despots' with treaty breach plan, Merkel ally says
  • Disney's 'Mulan' sparks backlash over ties to Xinjiang, Hong Kong
  • Hungary says new EU proposal on rule of law conditions 'unacceptable'
  • Yemen's Houthis say they fired drones at Saudi Arabia's Abha airport
  • U.S. blacklists ICC prosecutor over Afghanistan war crimes probe
  • Action against COVID-19 will be different to last time, UK minister says
  • German conservative Roettgen says he wants to be chancellor
  • UK's creaking COVID-19 test system puts health services at risk
  • Residents of Chinese border city near Myanmar test negative after coronavirus cases
  • Kremlin urges halt to Karabakh fighting
  • Brazil prosecutors bring graft charges against Bolsonaro's son: report
  • Factbox: Trade, climate, Hong Kong to dominate EU-China video summit
  • French spy master joins effort to deliver Lebanese reforms, sources say
  • Thai parliament delays decision on constitution changes
  • Factbox: New cabinet, same faces - Japan's new PM Suga keeps key ministers
  • Belarus says NATO activities forcing it to develop military response: Ifax
  • Asia summits under way amid U.S.-China friction
  • U.S. set to end enhanced screening of some international travelers for COVID-19: sources
  • Afghan negotiators wait in Kabul as start of peace talks faces delays - sources
  • AstraZeneca expects COVID vaccine result by year-end if trials resume
  • Indonesia's capital to reimpose restrictions over coronavirus
  • Indonesia reports its biggest daily rise in coronavirus infections
  • China's Xi tells Japan's Suga that he hopes for cooperation: state TV
  • UK PM Johnson warns more restrictions could come if steps fail to work
  • Macron to meet Ivory Coast President Ouattara after election u-turn
  • Somali president names newcomer Roble premier as elections loom
  • Rescuers search Beirut rubble for second day after pulse detected
  • Poland's ruling party says coalition could collapse over animal rights bill
  • WEF looking beyond Davos for 2021 summit: papers
  • North Korean leader offers rare apology for killing of South Korean
  • Greece imposes negative COVID-19 test rule for visiting Russians
  • Stop, or suspend? Israel-Gulf deals see discord over language
  • Myanmar rejects calls to postpone election despite virus surge
  • Taiwan says it has Vatican assurances on China accord
  • Saudi Arabia King Salman and German Chancellor Merkel discuss G20 over the phone -state news agency
  • U.S. becoming driver of militarization in South China Sea, senior China diplomat says
  • Millions of African children rely on TV education during pandemic
  • Live from Pyongyang: North Korea state media tests new formats on air and online
  • Beijing unveils new protections for health emergency whistleblowers
  • Hungary to decide Saturday whether to extend loan moratorium: PM Orban
  • Mexico reports 3,182 new coronavirus cases, 201 new deaths
  • Barnier visit to London is part of agreed informal round of Brexit talks: PM's spokesman
  • Dutch corona cases reach daily record of 2,995: health authorities
  • Poland's Kaczynski could join government as coalition teeters
  • Amid theft and accusations of sabotage, Haiti struggles to turn on the lights