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  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 436 to 216,327: RKI
  • U.N. chief calls for immediate release of Mali president, others
  • Turkey says operations against Kurdish militants in Iraq to continue, urges Baghdad to cooperate
  • Ivory Coast opposition says third term for Ouattara would destabilise country
  • Belarus president's long rule is crumbling, protest leader says
  • Trump, in call with Greek PM, urges Greece-Turkey dialogue: White House
  • Norway to quarantine more travellers as COVID cases rise
  • Australia COVID-19 hotspot reports lowest rise in cases in nearly two months
  • Saudi-Led coalition destroys an explosive-laden drone launched by Houthis: SPA
  • India's Modi urges ramped up testing and tracing to beat coronavirus
  • Saudi-led coalition says destroyed Houthi drone: Saudi Press Agency
  • Belarus leader says there will be no new election 'until you kill me': Tut.by media
  • Swedish PM defends COVID strategy from criticism over death toll
  • Hezbollah chief says UAE-Israeli deal was favour to Trump
  • Lebanese foreign minister quits over slow reforms, Aoun adviser takes over
  • Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under security law, bearing out 'worst fears'
  • Guinea's ruling party nominates President Conde for third term
  • Highly-explosive material blew up in Beirut port, says interior minister
  • U.N. experts alarmed over reports of torture, mistreatment of detainees in Belarus
  • Vatican says ex-pope Benedict's condition 'not particularly worrying'
  • Economic clout makes China tougher challenge for U.S. than Soviet Union was - Pompeo
  • Philippines reports 4,686 new coronavirus cases, 13 more deaths
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys explosive-laden drone, boat launched by Yemen's Houthis: SPA
  • Cult British TV puppet show mocks up PM Johnson and adviser Cummings
  • India's foreign minister says favorable U.S. visa policy would be good for both countries
  • Singapore reports fewest daily COVID-19 cases in five months
  • Dying mother dolphin struggles to save baby in Mauritius lagoon after oil spill
  • Thai protesters openly criticize monarchy
  • Australian state to make landowners clear fire hazards
  • UK's Johnson sees 'very, very good case' for EU to agree trade deal
  • Governor says six French, two Nigeriens killed by armed bandits on motorbikes
  • Wearing masks, French pilgrims send a message of hope ahead of religious feast
  • Belarusian opposition politician Tsikhanouskaya urges EU to respect people's choice
  • U.S. ends agreements with Hong Kong which says it is a 'pawn'
  • Brazil COVID-19 deaths reach 100,000 and barrel onward
  • 'You know this face': Christchurch hero confronts killer in court
  • Saudi Arabia detains in-law of former intelligence official, says family
  • Kuwait to move to fourth stage of gradual return to normality plan: cabinet
  • Pope Francis asks for justice to be respected in Belarus
  • Japan's Yasukuni shrine a symbol of haunting wartime legacy
  • Egypt's Sisi welcomes UAE-Israel deal, halt to annexation of Palestinian lands
  • Turkey says it is ready to help rebuild port of Beirut
  • Lebanese leaders' response to reform calls 'disappointing', says U.N. official
  • UK records second-highest daily COVID cases since June as testing expands
  • Greece registers 262 new coronavirus cases, highest daily tally
  • South Korea, U.S. delay military drills over COVID-19 concerns
  • Putin tells Merkel external intervention in Belarus would be unacceptable
  • Venezuela oil minister says he has recovered from COVID-19
  • Latin America exceeds 5 million COVID-19 cases,tally shows
  • Humanity versus disease showcased as London's Science Museum reopens doors
  • France's Macron expressed concerns about human rights to China's Wang Yi
  • Hezbollah open to discussing new political order in Lebanon, says Nasrallah
  • Panama suspends international flights for another month
  • Israel's Netanyahu hails deal with UAE as 'historic'
  • Factbox: Strait of Hormuz: the world's most important oil artery
  • Britons rush home from France to beat new quarantine rules
  • Pandemic starts to surge in conflict-hit Libya
  • Jordanian police clash with protesters over union crackdown
  • Thousands protest in Mauritius over dead dolphins, demand resignations
  • Turkey wants to resolve energy exploration dispute with Greece through dialogue
  • Ugandan presidential hopeful says police used bullets to disperse supporters
  • Train derails in northern Italy, three injured
  • Spain diagnoses 3,781 new coronavirus cases, some regions stabilise
  • Brazil tourist spot Fernando de Noronha bets on COVID-19 immunity in novel strategy
  • Poland's PM wants special EU summit on Belarus
  • Landmine kills 13 in southern Afghanistan
  • Norway PM to meet Belarus opposition leader Tsikhanouskaya
  • Canada's Trudeau needs to spend to survive autumn confidence votes
  • New Zealand extends coronavirus curbs in largest city
  • Germany issues travel warning for Andorra, Gibraltar
  • Brazil's court rules government must protect tribes from coronavirus
  • Pompeo says Israel-UAE agreement is enormous step forward
  • Wait of centuries is over, India PM says, as Hindu temple construction begins
  • Coronavirus cases to peak this month in Indonesia, says president
  • Britain's COVID-19 daily infections rise to highest level since June
  • Thanks for the COVID vaccine, but can you say that in Estonian?
  • Girl, 3, survives wild skyride caught in tail of giant kite
  • Australia suffers deadliest day of coronavirus pandemic, cases rise
  • Nearly half of Brazilians say Bolsonaro not to blame for coronavirus death toll, poll says
  • Brazil reports 44,235 new coronavirus cases, death toll at 118,649
  • E3 say cannot support U.S. move to restore U.N. sanctions on Iran
  • EU freezes Mali training missions after military coup, denies responsibility
  • Wife of Brazil's president says she has tested negative for coronavirus
  • Ceasefire offers opportunity for eastern Ukraine peace push, says president
  • Beirut governor says many bodies still unidentified from port blast are foreign workers
  • Current Hong Kong legislature extended for at least a year
  • Hundreds gather in Prague, Warsaw to support Belarus protesters
  • WHO panel to review international health regulations in pandemic: Tedros
  • UK extends household meeting ban to the town of Preston
  • Iran says U.S. humiliated by rejection of U.N. arms embargo extension
  • Pompeo says Israel-UAE agreement is enormous step forward
  • India moves Kashmiri village leaders to safety after wave of attacks
  • Colombian electoral commission launches probe of Duque campaign
  • Masks to be mandatory in Paris from Friday morning 8 am - media
  • Fifth hostage freed in France police operation
  • UK reports highest daily COVID case total since June 12
  • Brazil health regulator says no request yet to make Russian COVID-19 vaccine
  • Libya's Tripoli government imposes COVID-19 curfew after protests escalate
  • Merkel: Belarusian government must avoid violence and start national dialogue
  • Former Colombian President Uribe tests positive for coronavirus