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  • Scotland imposes 14-day quarantine on arrivals from Greece
  • 'Only God can help': forlorn families await Beirut blast missing
  • Prince Philip and royals to lead UK's VJ Day commemorations
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 555 to 215,891: RKI
  • Rakuten CEO urges review of Japan's COVID-19 entry curbs on foreigners
  • '$500 for everyone': Belarus leader's Soviet-style economy wears thin for some voters
  • Poland supports efforts to provide Navalny with best treatment: PM
  • COVID-19 cases in Australia's hotspot fall to seven-week low
  • Lebanon tribunal: the case, suspects and evidence
  • Modi says India set to mass produce COVID-19 vaccine, launches digital health mission
  • Mali state television channel goes offline after president detained
  • South Korea expands social distancing rules as coronavirus outbreak grows
  • Brazilian state agrees to produce Russian COVID-19 vaccine
  • Sudan PM tells Pompeo he's not authorised to normalise ties with Israel
  • Abenomics fails to deliver as Japan braces for post-Abe era
  • Israel offers aid to Lebanon after blast, Israeli ministers say
  • Mexico reports 5,928 new coronavirus cases and 504 more deaths
  • Baltic PMs urge Belarus to hold 'free and fair' elections
  • North Korean troops, vehicles seen preparing for huge parade, U.S. think-tank says
  • Algerian leader secures fugitive officer with Erdogan call, source says
  • Swedish PM defends COVID strategy from criticism over death toll
  • Indonesia capital displays dummy coffin as COVID-19 warning
  • Slovenia's government warns against travel to Croatia
  • Screens and scripture: An Israeli seminary fights coronavirus
  • North Korean leader Kim calls for prevention efforts against coronavirus, looming typhoon: KCNA
  • Zimbabwe shortens coronavirus curfew, extends business hours
  • Belarus president lacks democratic legitimacy, top EU diplomat says
  • Opening up without control of COVID-19 is recipe for disaster, says WHO
  • Cult British TV puppet show mocks up PM Johnson and adviser Cummings
  • Belgian students to self-collect saliva in large COVID-19 testing experiment
  • Japanese ship involved in Mauritius oil spill breaks apart
  • '$500 for everyone': Belarus leader's Soviet-style economy wears thin for some voters
  • Senegal port seeks removal of 2,700 tonnes of chemical that caused Beirut blast
  • Israel offers aid to Lebanon after blast, Israeli ministers say
  • Vietnam to buy Russian COVID-19 vaccine
  • Trump says U.S. looking at reports about Russian opposition leader Navalny
  • South Korea warns of nationwide coronavirus risk as church outbreaks spread
  • Factbox: The assassination of Lebanon's Hariri and its aftermath
  • Former Catalan minister Puig should not be sent back to Spain, Brussels court says
  • South Korea COVID-19 infections 'in full swing' after protest outbreak
  • Mexican president gains popularity during pandemic: poll
  • Venezuela’s Maduro thanks Iran for helping oil industry overcome U.S. sanctions
  • China reports 16 new COVID-19 cases, eighth day without local infections
  • Ireland delays full reopening of bars again after COVID-19 rate doubles
  • French city tells shoppers: wear masks outside or pay fine
  • Mali's coup leaders meet mediators seeking return to civilian rule
  • Violence across Colombia leaves 17 dead
  • EU leaders to support Belarusian protesters, tell Russia to stay out
  • Brazil tourist spot Fernando de Noronha bets on COVID-19 immunity in novel strategy
  • Russian doctors wary of rapidly approved COVID-19 vaccine, survey shows
  • Paris, Marseille named as high-risk COVID zones, making curbs likelier
  • EU offers 400 million euros to WHO-led COVID-19 vaccine initiative
  • OSCE chairman renews offer to facilitate dialogue in Belarus
  • Russian city holds sixth anti-Kremlin protest over detained governor
  • As UAE hails Israel accord, silence from Saudi Arabia
  • Australia big business chafes at virus border closures
  • 'Double lockdown': COVID-19 adds to blockaded Gaza's despair
  • Congo army says Islamist militia kills 20 in east
  • Poll shows Swiss back $6.6 billion plan to buy new fighter jets
  • Australia says journalist detained in China
  • Netanyahu says Israel preparing for direct flights to UAE over Saudi Arabia
  • Irish PM accepts minister's resignation over COVID-19 breach
  • UK-U.S. in talks to introduce 'air bridge' between London and New York: Telegraph
  • Three Katyusha rockets fell into Iraq’s Balad air base: statement
  • Oman transfers powers from Sultan's remit in government revamp
  • Suspected Russian hackers stole contents of ex-UK trade minister's personal email account: sources
  • Bahrain says UAE-Israel agreement strengthens chances of peace: BNA
  • New Zealand PM Ardern defers lockdown decision but says good progress made
  • Ecuador navy surveils huge Chinese fishing fleet near Galapagos
  • EU calls for dialogue with Turkey, end to tensions in east Mediterranean
  • Trump says 'great' bond with China's Xi changed after COVID-19
  • Belarusian protesters, defying army, flood Minsk
  • New Zealand extends Auckland lockdown, Australian COVID-19 cases fall to seven-week low
  • Serbian purchase of missile defence system shows ties deepening with China
  • Istanbul restricts indoor ceremonies as COVID cases, deaths rise
  • Relatives bury Nicaraguan laborer whose death sparked migrant-work debate in Europe
  • Exclusive: Germany and France quit WHO reform talks amid tension with Washington - sources
  • Saudi-led coalition downs ballistic missile aimed at kingdom: SPA
  • Belarusian election commission says Lukashenko was re-elected by a landslide
  • President of Belarus, after protests, says we won't let our country be torn apart - Belta
  • India's foreign minister says favorable U.S. visa policy would be good for both countries
  • North Korean leader's sister is 'de facto second-in-command', South Korean lawmaker says
  • 'Barbaric' horse killings put French countryside on alert
  • More migrants cross Channel to Britain as political tension rises
  • Israel offers aid to Lebanon after blast, Israeli ministers say
  • Zimbabwe Catholic bishops, lawyers criticise alleged government abuses
  • Story regarding extradition of German from Italy is incorrect and is withdrawn
  • Ireland reports highest number of new COVID-19 cases since early May
  • Pompeo says U.S. supports international probe of Belarus election
  • Turkey wants no pre-conditions, 'honest' EU mediation for talks with Greece
  • Belarus detains two members of opposition council
  • France pours more aid as wine sector faces 'major difficulties'
  • Indonesian teachers warn of new virus clusters as schools reopen
  • Brother of UK's 2017 Manchester suicide bomber jailed for at least 55 years
  • EU must support peaceful Belarus protesters, France's Macron says
  • Costa Rica's foreign trade minister unexpectedly quits
  • France to ask UK to pay 30 million pounds to police English Channel: newspaper
  • U.S. targets Chinese individuals, companies amid South China Sea dispute
  • Poland plans to fully reopen schools in September despite COVID-19 spike
  • At least 10 dead in Ethiopia protests over autonomy: health officials