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  • COVID-19 crisis shakes Brazil, but Bolsonaro keeps impeachment at bay
  • Spanish village makes its own rainbow after council's gay pride flag banned
  • "India's George Floyds": Father-son death in police custody sparks outrage
  • Rio Tinto launches board-led review into sacred caves blast
  • New Zealand extends cruise ship ban, tightens rules to contain virus at border
  • Turkey releases three journalists on trial for reporting deaths of intelligence officers
  • Norway says its salmon did not cause virus at Beijing market
  • Czech Republic's number of coronavirus cases rises to more than 10,000
  • South Korea to extend virus guidelines on prevention, sanitation
  • France's tourism industry asks itself: can we save summer?
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 262 to 193,761: RKI
  • UK preparing to relax quarantine measures, minister says
  • Schools reopen as Singapore eases lockdown restrictions
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 587 to 191,449 - RKI
  • Somalia's Islamist group al Shabaab says sets up COVID-19 treatment centre
  • Japan to delay 'womenomics' target for female leaders by up to a decade: media
  • U.N. chief seeks to clarify protest advice, telling staff to fight racism
  • Rohingya refugees tell Malaysia how dozens perished during four-month voyage
  • Turkish warplanes strike Kurdish targets in northern Iraq
  • Beijing ramps up testing capacity, reaching a third of city's population so far
  • Beijing coronavirus testing to enter 'fast track' as cases mount
  • Graft probe of Brazil president's son moved to special court
  • Russia says preparing for new wave of coronavirus in autumn
  • EU holds off decision on borders, Americans set to be excluded
  • Fearing second COVID-19 wave, Europe aims to train 'army' of medics
  • Hong Kong leader calls out 'double standards' on national security, points to U.S.
  • Coronavirus deaths surge in Brazil, Mexico as regional leaders look to reopen
  • Black lives matter says Meghan, calling U.S. events 'devastating'
  • Italy reports 24 coronavirus deaths on Sunday, 224 new cases
  • Mexican president says Trump summit unlikely, but keeps door open
  • Explainer: Dollar peg is critical to Hong Kong amid U.S. threats, China worries
  • Warsaw hopes some U.S. troops based in Germany will be moved to Poland
  • Trump, Poland's Duda discuss sending some U.S. troops to Poland from Germany
  • Exclusive: African nations seek U.N. inquiry into U.S. racism, 'police brutality' - text
  • EU balks at adding Russia back into G7
  • U.N. chief calls for marine personnel be designated key workers
  • Czech government orders out two Russian embassy staff
  • Kyrgyz ex-president sentenced to 11 years in prison
  • Bolsonaro threatens WHO exit as COVID-19 kills 'a Brazilian per minute'
  • Beijing district in 'wartime emergency' after virus cluster at major food market
  • 'No justice, no peace': Tens of thousands in London protest death of Floyd
  • Philippines confirms 7 new coronavirus deaths, 714 more cases
  • No new COVID sufferers, 300 asymptomatic, after Wuhan-wide tests
  • Nigerian campaigners stage protest over sexual violence
  • Malaysia could send Rohingya detainees back out to sea: sources
  • EU 'appalled' by Floyd's death, warns against excess force
  • Ukraine leader cancels meetings, trips after wife tests positive for coronavirus
  • Delhi to use 500 railway coaches as hospital facilities to fight coronavirus
  • Former Mexican bishop shot in neck after getting caught in crossfire
  • Strong quake shakes New Zealand's Milford Sound
  • Ukraine to open more hospitals to coronavirus cases amid surge
  • Argentina, Brazil monitor massive locust swarm; crop damage seen limited
  • Malaysia could send Rohingya detainees back out to sea: sources
  • China asks Canada to investigate pests found in logs
  • Iran urges people to wear face masks amid fears of new coronavirus wave
  • Russia accuses U.S. of 'destructive' stance on nuclear-test ban treaty
  • Australia asks embassy in U.S. to register concern over cameraman
  • Beaches reopen as Spain courts foreign tourists with health guarantee
  • Jordan's king says regional stability put at risk by Israeli annexation
  • Mali says 24 soldiers killed in ambush on Sunday
  • UK PM working for all schools to open in September
  • Philippines confirms 7 new coronavirus deaths, 714 more cases
  • Polish archbishop urges protection of 'family values' ahead of vote
  • Belarus election candidate says she will press on despite threat to children
  • China warns of reprisal as Japanese city changes disputed area name
  • Please queue here: UK parliament votes on ending special coronavirus measures
  • Italy records 88 new coronavirus deaths on Thursday, 177 new cases
  • Trump postpones G7 summit, seeks to add countries to invitation list
  • Exclusive: Obscure Indian cyber firm spied on politicians, investors worldwide
  • Italy's PM says virus crisis should be opportunity to reform country
  • Spain expects swift decision on travel corridor with Britain: source
  • UK records around 64,000 excess deaths during pandemic, ONS official says
  • Armenian PM Pashinyan tests positive for coronavirus
  • Poland says pandemic situation at coal mines is stable
  • Philippines capital comes back to life although virus threat lingers
  • Spain will not accept threats over digital tax - govt spokeswoman
  • Kyrgyzstan to resume domestic flights, allow Chinese charter flights
  • West reluctant for 'dangerous' Taliban prisoners to be freed: sources
  • Petition calling for UK PM's aide to be sacked passes one million signatures
  • Poland seizes three tonnes of cocaine worth $761 million
  • Taiwan's Chiang Kai-shek statues draw curious crowds - and controversy
  • U.S. officials to meet this week on Israel annexation plan
  • Australia's Victoria again sees double digit rise in coronavirus cases
  • Russia reports 8,855 new coronavirus cases, 197 deaths in last 24 hours
  • Dutch protesters demand end to fur farming after coronavirus outbreak
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says time to end 'abuses' of Supreme Court
  • Explainer: Singapore heads for July polls in pandemic
  • Mexico blows past 20,000 coronavirus deaths
  • Bus plunges off motorway bridge in Polish capital Warsaw, one dead
  • Toronto's first black police chief announces surprise retirement
  • Factbox: China's numerous diplomatic disputes
  • Mexico's coronavirus deaths pass 25,000, infections approach 203,000
  • Turkey could ban layoffs for three more months, Hurriyet reports
  • U.S. hits Syria with toughest sanctions yet to push Assad to end war
  • South Korea says it will discuss Trump's invitation to G7 summit with the U.S.
  • Honduras extends coronavirus curfew by one week to June 14
  • Mainland China reports 27 new coronavirus cases, including 22 in Beijing
  • Hong Kong police arrest 53 pro-democracy activists, more rallies planned
  • Egypt surpasses 50,000 confirmed coronavirus cases
  • U.S. slaps sanctions on Mexican firms, individuals linked to Venezuelan oil trade