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  • Lebanon's Adib secures majority support to be designated PM
  • Malawi to lift COVID-19 air travel, school restrictions from September
  • Druze leader Jumblatt urges international probe into Beirut port blast
  • French minister Beaune: Share concerns and fears over Putin critic Navalny
  • South Africa's COVID-19 infections breach 600,000 mark
  • U.S. envoy says any U.S. arms sales to UAE won't endanger Israel: newspaper interview
  • Brazil death toll from COVID-19 rises to 97,256: health ministry
  • Belarusian opposition politician calls for more strikes to force new elections
  • Canada to give provinces, territories up to C$2 billion for school restart
  • Jordan delays resuming international flights after COVID-19 surge abroad
  • In big shift, Pope names six women to Vatican financial oversight body
  • Turkey to issue Mediterranean exploration licences, raising tensions with Greece
  • French military officer investigated over suspected security breach
  • Australian PM extends lead as country's most preferred leader, poll shows
  • Current Hong Kong legislature extended for at least a year
  • Hungary to tighten COVID-19 restrictions from September, says PM's aide
  • U.S. crackdown on Confucius Institutes demonises the program, says China
  • Egypt's Sisi welcomes UAE-Israel deal, halt to annexation of Palestinian lands
  • Malaysia extends coronavirus movement curbs until end-2020
  • Three Amazon tribesmen in Peru killed during protest against oil firm
  • Pakistani army chief visits Saudi Arabia to revive ties strained over Kashmir
  • Belarusian police detain 19 people in new protests after contested election -witness
  • August rains flood Pakistan's financial capital, shatter records
  • Egyptian-operated ship was unloading Ukrainian wheat in Beirut as port blast hit: director
  • France's COVID-19 cases at four-month high, health system holding up
  • Argentina records record number of coronavirus cases and deaths
  • EU foreign policy chief calls for free, fair election in Belarus
  • Flash floods in northern Turkey kill five, 11 missing
  • U.S. imposes sanctions on Chinese national over fentanyl trafficking
  • Vietnam PM says risk of widespread COVID-19 infection 'very high'
  • Spain says U.S. should waive tariffs on EU goods as wine, olives hit
  • Families of coronavirus victims lament 'lack of control' in Mexico
  • Russia health officials say Navalny had tested negative for cholinesterase inhibitors
  • Libya sovereign fund to ask UN for freedom to invest billions
  • What is ammonium nitrate and why is it dangerous?
  • Israel strikes Hamas in Gaza over rockets, fire balloons
  • Equinor evacuates oil platform in U.S. Gulf of Mexico ahead of storms
  • France to ramp up police checks to ensure masks are worn
  • New Zealand's Ardern extends lockdown to stamp out coronavirus outbreak
  • Canadian preacher jailed in Myanmar for holding services during virus ban
  • Gone fishing - English angling sees post-lockdown boom
  • Shooting heard at scene of demonstrations in central Beirut
  • Statement from UK Chief Negotiator Frost on Brexit talks
  • Kazakhstan secures supplies of Russian COVID-19 vaccine candidate
  • WHO says it trusts G7 to act together on crises amid overhaul talk
  • Factbox: India's long Ayodhya dispute as temple construction starts
  • A life’s work shattered: stained glass artist counts cost of Beirut blast
  • U.S. says seized four Iranian fuel shipments en route to Venezuela
  • Police break up forest rave in England amid COVID-19 clampdown
  • Colombia passes half a million coronavirus cases as deaths approach 16,000
  • Czech senate speaker will pay 'heavy price' for Taiwan visit, China says
  • Released tycoon Lai says Hong Kong needs patient, not radical, democracy campaign
  • Poland reports 843 new coronavirus cases
  • Wait of centuries is over, India PM says, as Hindu temple construction begins
  • Back to the paddy fields. COVID smashes Indian middle-class dreams
  • South Korean farmers bartering sugar for North Korean booze to bypass sanctions
  • After blast, Lebanon has less than a month's grain reserves
  • Jordanian police clash with protesters over union crackdown
  • Bahrain ends mandatory self-isolation for all arrivals
  • Heavy rain batters India's Mumbai disrupting rail and road traffic
  • The survivor: last Korean war criminal in Japan wants recognition
  • Proportion of youth with COVID-19 triples in five months: WHO
  • Most Brits, French, Germans would skip holiday if tests, masks involved: survey
  • Nobel laureate author emerges as powerful voice backing Belarus protests
  • China foreign ministry says no Indian troops died along border
  • Greece ready to spend more to boost its armed forces, finance minister says
  • France asks Afghans not to free Taliban convicted of killing French citizens
  • Russian opposition leader Navalny shows indications of poisoning: German hospital
  • Global coronavirus cases hit 20 million:tally
  • North Korea's Kim says Typhoon Bavi caused little damage: KCNA
  • Wife of Dutch ambassador seriously injured in Beirut blast: ministry
  • Brazil coronavirus cases pass 3.6 million, death toll at 114,744
  • Kremlin says does not want Navalny illness to damage ties with West
  • Britain says it is working with France on blocking migrant route
  • Japan's tripling of coronavirus tests unlikely to improve fight, experts say
  • Philippines reports 4,650 new coronavirus cases, 111 additional deaths
  • Hundreds of prisoners flee before Afghan forces end Islamic State jail siege
  • Yemen president Hadi to head to U.S. for medical treatment, sources say
  • Peru unrest flares as pandemic second wave hits, with resources firms in focus
  • Greece to ratify sea accord with Egypt on August 26
  • Sri Lankan president's party ahead in election vote count
  • Modi says India set to mass produce COVID-19 vaccine, launches digital health mission
  • Passengers from mainland China to be allowed temporary transit through Hong Kong
  • Poland to reopen schools despite new coronavirus record
  • Pakistan rolls back social distancing restrictions as virus counts drop
  • Germany summons Belarus ambassador over detention of journalists
  • Olympics: Stranded Japanese honeymooners end up as Cape Verde's team ambassadors
  • Protesters pack Belarus capital, Russia says military help available
  • German air ambulance lands in Russia seeking to collect Kremlin critic Navalny: flight data
  • Australian state premier apologises for cruise ship failures after COVID-19 spike
  • Dubai's highest court rejects superyacht seizure appeal in mammoth divorce battle
  • New Zealand COVID-19 outbreak grows, Australia still struggles
  • EU eyes softening key state aid demand in Brexit talks: sources
  • Czech president Zeman hospitalised after arm injury, will undergo surgery: spokesman
  • Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong files court challenge to 2019 poll disqualification
  • Hezbollah 'not concerned' with verdict of U.N.-backed tribunal
  • Three killed in Ivory Coast protests against president's third term bid
  • Malaysia's Penang halts medical tourists after arrivals from Indonesia
  • Factbox: Political crisis unfolds in Belarus after presidential vote
  • Four Vietnamese arrested for coronavirus PPE scam targeting U.S. buyers