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  • COVID creates conflict over English school leavers' results
  • Kushner hopes another Arab state normalises Israel ties within "months"
  • South Korea reports biggest rise in coronavirus cases since March
  • Brazil fires threaten world's largest wetland
  • Indian villagers tire of coronavirus rules just as rural cases surge
  • U.S. health chief arrives in Taiwan on trip condemned by China
  • UK urges Hong Kong government to reinstate candidates, hold elections
  • China reports 37 new COVID-19 cases in mainland, same as day earlier
  • Pro-western leader Zaev returns to power in North Macedonia
  • Singapore battles record dengue outbreak with more mosquitoes
  • A life’s work shattered: stained glass artist counts cost of Beirut blast
  • West accepts Moscow was right to approve COVID vaccine: Russian official
  • Pompeo says Sudan's democratic transition is 'once in a generation opportunity'
  • Israel says it expects Bahrain and Oman to follow UAE in formalising ties
  • Mystery no more: Spain's ex-king, Juan Carlos, has been in UAE since Aug. 3
  • UK says it's confident of Brexit trade deal as EU changing tone
  • Germany summons Belarus ambassador over detention of journalists
  • Indonesia sees 2,266 new coronavirus infections, 72 deaths
  • Venezuela pardons dozens of opposition politicians as election nears
  • Passengers from mainland China to be allowed temporary transit through Hong Kong
  • Belarus leader Lukashenko says there will be no new election: Belta
  • Spaniards ask where Juan Carlos has gone after ex-king leaves country
  • Japan's travel ban to contain virus unfair, western businesses say
  • Trump to attend Paris conference to help support Lebanon
  • Governor of Venezuela's capital district, key Maduro ally, dies of COVID-19
  • Swedish COVID-19 response chief predicts local outbreaks, no big second wave
  • German, Israeli air forces fly past 1972 Munich Olympic attack site
  • Police arrest Thai activist over rally calling for reform of monarchy
  • 'UFO' in Congo jungle turns out to be internet balloon
  • Thailand's king swears in cabinet, silent on demands for royal reform
  • Mexico to phase out use of herbicide glyphosate
  • Pompeo says U.S. supports international probe of Belarus election
  • Australians want chemical plant moved after deadly Beirut blast
  • Second COVID wave highly likely to hit France this year, scientists say
  • Gambia president extends state of emergency as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Paris prefecture says face mask order to be in place for one month
  • Thai PM appeals for unity amid almost daily protests
  • Norwegians urged to wear face masks on Oslo public transport
  • Stopping clusters spreading into community key in fighting virus: WHO
  • Sudan ready to cooperate with ICC over Darfur, says PM
  • Gulf Cooperation Council secretary general condemns Iran's 'threats' to UAE
  • New Zealand scrambles to contain coronavirus resurgence as it heads toward election
  • Key dates since the start of the 2001 war in Afghanistan and efforts to broker peace
  • Lebanese riot police fire tear gas at protesters in Beirut
  • Beirut port manager among 16 held in blast probe, judicial source says
  • Argentina death toll from coronavirus tops 5,000 as new cases spike
  • Kenya woman's ordeal highlights newly identified sex trafficking route
  • New Zealand extends Auckland lockdown, Australian COVID-19 cases fall to seven-week low
  • Current Hong Kong legislature extended for at least a year
  • Facebook to block news on Australian sites after new law, riling lawmakers
  • Belarus police detain at least a dozen protesters in central Minsk:witness
  • UK diners snap up state-subsidised quinoa and steak
  • Beijing rejects U.S. report on Chinese warheads
  • Taiwan's award-winning winemaker aims to revive fading tradition
  • Canada court blocks release of more documents to Huawei's Meng Wanzhou
  • France's Macron sees possible targeted sanctions on corrupt Lebanese politicians
  • Explainer: Source of New Zealand coronavirus outbreak still a mystery
  • Belarus ready for constructive talks with foreign partners on election aftermath: BelTA
  • Tunisia's incoming PM plans restructuring of economic ministries
  • Nigerian lawyers fight back against police brutality, graft
  • 'Wake-up call': World Bank hopes Lebanese blast will spur reform
  • U.S. HHS says Secretary Azar to lead delegation to Taiwan
  • Peru president bans family gatherings, extends lockdowns, as coronavirus infections spike
  • China complains to U.S. about health chief visit to Taiwan
  • Chinese cities find coronavirus in frozen food imports, WHO downplays infection risk
  • Japan's Abe may speak on health issues this week: media
  • Peru surpasses 500,000 coronavirus cases, marks highest fatality rate in LatAm
  • Middle East insurers seen taking bulk of losses from Beirut blast: sources
  • Indigenous protest over COVID-19 continues on Brazilian grain highway
  • Ukraine has frozen dialogue with Belarus -foreign minister
  • Belarusian police detain 125 protesters during rally in Minsk: RIA
  • Argentina daily COVID-19 cases top 10,000 for first time
  • France and Germany: we can give Navalny medical care in Europe
  • South Korea orders striking doctors back to work amid surge in coronavirus cases
  • South Korea’s Moon says always ready to talk with Japan over history disputes
  • Japan's Abe: Won't comment on specific names of possible successor
  • UK PM Johnson warns: there will be bumpy months ahead
  • Canada says tensions did not 'necessarily' end COVID-19 vaccine partnership with China
  • 'You know this face': Christchurch hero confronts killer in court
  • Uganda's tough approach curbs COVID, even as Africa nears 1 million cases
  • Initial investigations point to negligence as cause of Beirut blast, source says
  • Explainer: Thailand's anti-government protests
  • Lebanese riot police fire tear gas at protesters in Beirut
  • Belarus, Russia could unite troops in case of threat from the West, says Lukashenko
  • Kuwait Emir's health shows 'positive improvement': Cabinet twitter
  • Iran closes down newspaper after expert doubts official coronavirus tolls
  • China sends fighter jets as U.S. health chief visits Taiwan
  • Lebanon central bank tells banks to make cheap dollar loans to those hit by Beirut blast
  • New evidence in Thai Red Bull hit-and-run case, says prosecutor's office
  • Japan PM Abe to hold press conference on Friday amid health worries
  • France to reciprocate Britain's quarantine rule in coming days: minister
  • Somali pirates release last three hostages as armed men attack Panama-flagged ship
  • Climate activist Greta Thunberg back to school in Sweden
  • Japan PM Abe arrives at hospital -witness
  • Rohingya hold 'silent protest' on anniversary of exodus to Bangladesh
  • Iran's president says UAE made 'huge mistake' with Israel deal
  • Kremlin critic Navalny's in stable condition: hospital
  • After Hagia Sophia, Turkey's historic Chora church also switched to mosque
  • Some Cubans returning from Venezuela test positive for COVID-19
  • New Canadian face mask plant to help avoid 'terrifying' shortages during pandemic: premier