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  • Hong Kong leader says won't take U.S. sanctions against her to heart
  • Millions likely infected by coronavirus in New Delhi, survey finds
  • EU freezes Mali training missions after military coup, denies responsibility
  • Next big COVID-19 treatment may be manufactured antibodies
  • Australian state reports jump in coronavirus cases but says New Year show must go on
  • Flights between Turkey, Iraq suspended until Oct. 1: Iraq aviation
  • Statement from UK Chief Negotiator Frost on Brexit talks
  • Chilean policeman appears in court over blinding of protest student
  • Wanting to social distance, biking surges in North America's largest city
  • Fourth hostage released in Le Havre police operation: police union
  • More businesses in India re-open even as COVID-19 cases surge
  • France plans masks at work as daily COVID-19 cases surpass 3,000
  • Happy drink in sad times: champagne-makers gather pandemic harvest
  • Algeria approves more measures to ease coronavirus lockdown
  • Turkey's new COVID-19 cases reach highest since mid-June, government imposes measures
  • Bulgarian PM says he is prepared to quit but wants government to stay
  • U.S. senators want to block drone sales to Saudis
  • U.N. Security Council rejects U.S. bid to extend Iran?arms embargo: Pompeo
  • Belarus ready for constructive talks with foreign partners on election aftermath: BelTA
  • After block, new Facebook group criticising Thai king gains 500,000 members
  • Hong Kong's Apple Daily vows to fight on after owner arrested
  • On eve of Hariri verdict, Lebanese grapple with new ordeal
  • France to make masks compulsory in most workplaces from September 1
  • German doctors say Navalny is in a fit state to fly: activists
  • Kazakhstan secures supplies of Russian COVID-19 vaccine candidate
  • 'Double lockdown': COVID-19 adds to blockaded Gaza's despair
  • Kuwaiti PM assures cabinet on 91-year-old emir's health: tweet
  • U.S companies unveil Iraq investments before premier's White House visit
  • EU calls on Belarus to drop criminal case against opposition body
  • Greece rolls out more restrictions to fight rising COVID infections
  • Mexico reports 6,686 new coronavirus cases, 926 more deaths
  • Spanish minister asks Belarus counterpart to stop violence, open dialogue
  • Philippines defends coronavirus response after soaring cases
  • China says U.S. South China Sea sanctions are unjust
  • Japan's Abe, on WW2 anniversary, vows not to repeat war, sends offering to shrine
  • Hong Kong court blocks release of first person charged under new security law
  • Container ships sent to Tripoli to keep Lebanon supply lines running
  • Israel closes Gaza crossing after Palestinians launch incendiary balloons
  • French government expects COVID-19 vaccines from end of 2020 or early 2021
  • Hong Kong reports 62 new coronavirus cases
  • Lebanon must fight corruption after Beirut blast, says German foreign minister
  • Australia virus cases dive to five-week low
  • Belarusian opposition leader says she will return to Belarus when it is safe
  • Spain visitor numbers climb but still only a fraction of 2019 levels
  • PM Johnson to talk up UK unity on Northern Ireland visit
  • Hong Kong records 44 new coronavirus cases as social distancing restrictions extended
  • Australia PM says building Indo-Pacific alliance will be 'critical priority'
  • COVID-19 cases slow in South African hotspot provinces, minister says
  • Philippines reports 4,836 new coronavirus cases, seven deaths
  • Belarus, Russia could unite troops in case of threat from the West, says Lukashenko
  • Tunisia's parliament approves a technocratic government
  • Sri Lanka president, brother tighten grip with big election win
  • Migrants play dangerous cat-and-mouse game with police in Calais
  • Saudi sacks officials at tourism projects on suspicion of corruption
  • EU's Barnier says at this stage deal with Britain seems unlikely
  • Germany fights virus uptick with mandatory testing for travellers
  • Public anger over corruption hits support for Bulgarian government
  • Zimbabwe Catholic bishops, lawyers criticise alleged government abuses
  • Thousands join Thai anti-government protest, royalists hold rival rally
  • Italy says China a key strategic partner, despite U.S. concerns
  • Surge in South Korea coronavirus cases sparks hospital bed shortage concerns
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 436 to 216,327: RKI
  • France reports post-lockdown daily record of 4,897 new COVID-19 cases
  • Spain's Canary Islands curb smoking amid COVID-19 worries
  • Standoff with China will be long, India warns in pulled statement
  • Hungary wants EU to pursue dialogue, careful steps on Belarus
  • 'UFO' in Congo jungle turns out to be internet balloon
  • Denmark drops plan to lift curbs on public gatherings as infections spike
  • Protesters dispersed by gunfire in Libya's capital
  • Exclusive: Germany and France quit WHO reform talks amid tension with Washington - sources
  • Hungary ties up close to 5 million vaccine dosages in EU scheme: PM Orban
  • Israel opposes any F-35 sale to UAE despite their warming ties
  • State Department watchdog finds fault in conduct of U.S. Ambassador to Britain
  • Ivory Coast opposition says third term for Ouattara would destabilise country
  • Most Brits, French, Germans would skip holiday if tests, masks involved: survey
  • South Korea doctors' strike escalates even as Seoul races to tackle COVID surge
  • India's envoy to U.S. says current trade talks first step to a comprehensive bilateral trade pact
  • Large fire in closed market in Ajman, UAE, under control: police
  • Myanmar urged to restore internet in Rakhine to help contain virus
  • Philippines confirms 2,965 new coronavirus cases, 34 more deaths
  • Google says Australian antitrust law would hit small content creators
  • France doing everything possible to avoid repeat COVID-19 lockdown, says Macron
  • French military officer investigated over suspected security breach
  • Germany declares most of Spain a virus risk region
  • Latin America passes 250,000 death toll from COVID-19
  • Japan voices concerns over Chinese activity around disputed islands: NHK
  • Germany: Optimistic we'll have a vaccine in coming months and certainly next year
  • Millions likely infected by coronavirus in New Delhi, survey finds
  • Iran says it detained a UAE ship and its crew on Monday: state TV
  • Wild polio sufferers reflect as Africa declared free of the disease
  • Lebanon's health minister says many injuries and large damage from Beirut blast: LBC TV
  • Lebanon's health minister says many injuries and large damage from Beirut blast: LBC TV
  • Russia says medics to get anti-COVID shots in two weeks, some Russians wary
  • Police in Belarus detained 3,000 people at protests after election: RIA
  • Factbox: The Lebanon Tribunal: the case, suspects and evidence
  • German prosecutors probe possible death of suspended Volkswagen employee
  • Thailand plans to widen medical marijuana production
  • After block, new Facebook group criticising Thai king gains 500,000 members
  • Israel's Netanyahu hails deal with UAE as 'historic'
  • In big shift, Pope names six women to Vatican financial oversight body