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  • Czechs shut culture, sports venues, limit restaurants as COVID-19 cases surge
  • UK's Johnson, Ukraine's Zelenskiy to sign partnership agreement
  • Wales to impose two-week deep firebreak: 'everyone must stay at home'
  • First Black Canadian to head a federal party says victory can make politics more inclusive
  • Ireland's PM says EU can still get Brexit trade deal
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan agree to defuse Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Europe's green tech key to climate change fight, Belgium says
  • South Korea sticks to flu vaccine plan despite safety fears after 25 die
  • Deaths after flu shots in S.Korea fan fears, but authorities find no link
  • 'Time is running out,' EU warns, urging measures to avoid new lockdowns
  • 'All I could do was fear for my life', says Belarus singer who fled to Kyiv
  • Finland's COVID-19 cases hit new daily record
  • Turkish court sentences U.S. consulate employee over aiding terrorist organisation
  • Europe becomes second region to cross 250,000 deaths as second COVID wave hits
  • EU says Britain must respect withdrawal pact, deal or no deal
  • Thai PM says preparing to lift emergency in Bangkok
  • UK's Labour leader apologises after damning anti-Semitism report
  • Parents not found for 545 children separated at U.S.-Mexico border: filing
  • EU wants a constructive relationship with Turkey: von der Leyen
  • Nine killed, 14 hospitalised in forest fires in eastern Ukraine
  • Greece imposes lockdowns in northern regions, suspends flights
  • Spain enters six-month state of emergency to tackle pandemic
  • Nearly half of Argentina in poverty as pandemic deepens crisis, researchers say
  • Britain intensifying EU no-deal prep, says Gove
  • Togo names new government with record number of women ministers
  • Kyrgyz president renews state of emergency in capital after unrest
  • India changes controversial land laws in disputed Kashmir
  • Seven suspects detained on tanker in English Channel: radio
  • Japan to remove travel ban for 12 countries including China next month: Yomiuri
  • UK sees 66% chance of Brexit trade deal but tells EU to hurry up
  • One in 10 may have caught COVID, as world heads into 'difficult period': WHO
  • EU aid money tied to Ukraine fighting corruption: Interfax Ukraine
  • Ten dead, three missing as 2020's strongest typhoon slams Philippines
  • South Korea police set up 'bus walls' to prevent protests amid COVID-19 concerns
  • Tanzanian President Magufuli eyes second term as polls close
  • Turkish leader backs boycott of French goods over cartoon row
  • Palestinian president meets World Jewish Congress head
  • Italy orders bars to close early, shuts gyms as COVID cases surge
  • Nigerian judge throws out case against 47 men facing homosexuality charge
  • Colombia's government must protect communities to stop activist killings: report
  • Venezuela's Maduro says Amuay refinery was hit by a 'terrorist attack'
  • Abu Dhabi crown prince says he and Netanyahu discussed boosting UAE-Israeli ties
  • Russia says Germany denied Russian diplomats access to Navalny
  • Several dead in Vienna attack: interior minister
  • North Korean defector says abuse by South Korean spies broke her trust and her dream
  • Q&A: Where are we in the COVID-19 vaccine race?
  • Despite COVID-19, new wave of Venezuelan migrants heads to Colombia
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro rejects plan to buy China's Sinovac vaccine; health minister tests positive
  • Police given access to details of people told to self-isolate by UK government's system
  • Qatar might get F-35s despite Israel's objections, Israeli minister says
  • U.S. designates Chinese body a foreign mission, quits local cooperation agreement
  • Senior U.S. lawmakers ask Trump to investigate Navalny poisoning
  • UK interior minister vows to toughen up 'broken' asylum system
  • UK police officer died from shot to the chest, inquest hears
  • Australia says it's deeply concerned about writer in China espionage trial
  • UK needs to make a Brexit call soon: deal or no-deal?
  • Nine arrested on suspicion of helping 12 flee Hong Kong for Taiwan
  • Iraqi Kurdish prime minister condemns Erbil attack
  • South Korea finance minister loses home as housing policy comes back to haunt
  • Kyrgyz president to ask parliament for repeat vote on PM
  • Grave-counting satellite images seek to track Yemen's COVID death toll
  • Germany's infectious disease institute targeted in arson attempt, police say
  • Eiffel Tower area evacuated briefly after bag filled with ammunition found: police
  • Thai emergency decree extended to end-November to curb coronavirus
  • At least four dead after boat carrying migrants capsizes off northern France
  • 'It's a madhouse!': Tourists pile into Cancun airport after hurricane hits
  • Kyrgyzstan delays election for reform, helping Japarov
  • Egyptian designer tailors clothing brand for people with disabilities
  • Deaths after flu shots in S.Korea fan fears, but authorities find no link
  • 'Bring your own pen': How Bolivia is voting amid the pandemic
  • Police in Minsk use water cannon to disperse protesters: Ifax
  • Duterte ally seeks Philippine senate probe on Facebook 'censorship'
  • Factbox: What does Libya's ceasefire deal contain?
  • Greece, Turkey set up hotline to avoid clashes in Eastern Mediterranean, NATO says
  • New Zealand's Ardern says her party has mandate to lead government
  • Hungary's coronavirus daily tally tops 3,000 for first time
  • Turkey summons French charge d'affaires over caricatures in Charlie Hebdo weekly
  • Lebanon asks Interpol to arrest Russian ship captain, owner over port explosion
  • Factbox: From war to the coronavirus: curfews in France and its territories
  • Abu Dhabi crown prince condemns terrorist attacks in France
  • France and Turkey at odds as Karabakh fighting divides NATO allies
  • China gives six U.S. media outlets a week to report on operations
  • UK foreign minister Raab says hopeful of closing gap in EU talks before summit
  • Russian defence minister urges Armenia, Azerbaijan to respect Nagorno-Karabakh truce
  • Hundreds held in Indonesia as tempers flare on second day of protests
  • Families call for access to Hong Kong relatives detained in China
  • Guinea's president retains lead in first round of voting- electoral commission
  • WHO chief Tedros says 184 countries signed up to vaccine facility
  • Yemen's war shifts focus to Marib, thousands of displaced at risk
  • Ruling party in ex-Soviet Georgia leads in parliament vote: election body
  • French hospitals will feel impact of accelerating infections in two weeks: minister
  • Yemen's war shifts focus to Marib, thousands of displaced at risk
  • Nearly half of Argentina in poverty as pandemic deepens crisis, researchers say
  • Ukraine reports record daily high new coronavirus cases
  • Time running short, UK and EU get back down to Brexit business
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial Brazil volunteer dies, trial to continue
  • Second national UK lockdown not inevitable, says minister
  • Kuwaitis await new crown prince as Arab leaders mourn late emir
  • Two U.S. nationals released by Houthi rebels in possible prisoner swap
  • Czech bar staff race model electric cars to bide time amid lockdown