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  • Libyan interior minister restored to post after talks
  • Quebec launches police blitz in bars as COVID-19 cases climb
  • Thai republic hashtag trends as frustration surges among protesters
  • French COVID cases and death toll mounts
  • France will not let Lebanon down: source close to Macron
  • Taiwan president says drills show China is threat to region
  • With tourists slow to return, Egypt's resorts and ancient sites face tough winter
  • Brexit positivity returns: UK 'confident' of a deal, EU 'determined' for one
  • Attacks surge in northwest Pakistan as Afghan peace effort brings shifting sands
  • UK Northern Ireland minister defends legislation that breaches EU deal
  • UK's opposition Labour leader Starmer is self-isolating
  • Venezuela says 'U.S. spy' captured near oil refinery complex
  • Minister sees strengths in BBC critics eyed for top UK media jobs
  • Indian farmers block roads, railways as protests mount over farm bills
  • Australia revokes visas of two Chinese scholars
  • U.S. revokes more than 1,000 visas of Chinese nationals, citingmilitary links
  • Russia's Putin wants stronger WHO, proposes conference on coronavirus vaccine
  • Hungary's Orban convinced Trump will win U.S. election, has no plan B
  • Backroom deals, old-school politics help rise of Japan's likely new premier
  • Main suspect in Paris knife assault arrested: prosecutor
  • Russia scrambles jets to escort U.S. bombers over Black Sea: news agencies
  • China to sanction senior US officials who visit Taiwan: Global Times editor
  • Spanish princess quarantined after classmate diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Norway arrests suspect in 1982 attack on Jewish restaurant in Paris
  • Tankers carrying Iranian fuel begin entering Venezuelan waters - data
  • Bulgarian court sentences two men to life in prison for 2012 bus bombing
  • We are committed to the divorce deal, Britain to tell EU
  • Barred from office, outgoing Catalan leader sees regional elections in coming months
  • Cuba shuts down interprovincial transportation due to new COVID-19 fears
  • Lebanese Christian party offers idea to resolve dispute over new cabinet
  • China says can cooperate with U.S. journalists if Chinese media treated fairly in U.S.
  • France opens probe into BNP Paribas over its role in Sudan
  • UK's Gove says Brexit treaty undercut clauses will remain in bill
  • Three Egyptian policemen, four militants killed in prison break attempt
  • Libyan interior minister restored to post after talks
  • Canada's COVID-19 testing system overwhelmed after slow move to new tests
  • French PM tests negative for COVID after contact at Tour de France
  • Iranian judge in Romania committed suicide, prosecutors say
  • Maduro security forces committed crimes against humanity: U.N.
  • Chain reaction: bikes and pedestrians do battle in COVID-era Paris
  • How Abe's right-hand man made his play for Japan's top job
  • Second UK lockdown? PM says second wave inevitable, new restrictions possible
  • Sweden says Stockholm measures possible as COVID cases rise
  • Canadians must be vigilant to avoid massive COVID-19 second wave, PM Trudeau says
  • France's Le Drian: Russia has explaining to do on Navalny
  • German Catholic Church to offer abuse victims compensation
  • Poland's ruling party says coalition could collapse over animal rights bill
  • EU may take legal action against UK over new Brexit law: sources
  • Myanmar reports 424 new COVID-19 cases in record daily rise
  • Pompeo tells Southeast Asia to stand up to China, shun its firms
  • U.S. charges three Iranians over satellite tech firm hacking
  • UK police arrest 10 at anti-lockdown London protest
  • Germany warns against travel to Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Tirol
  • Russia has serious questions to answer on Navalny, says Britain
  • UK records 3,395 new daily COVID-19 cases
  • Pompeo says fewer than 200 al Qaeda left in Afghanistan today
  • Sweden says Stockholm measures possible as COVID cases rise
  • French PM to end self-isolation after another negative COVID-19 test
  • Malta to ask for return of shark tooth given to Prince George
  • Philippines surpasses 300,000 confirmed coronavirus cases
  • Mexican president asks Senate for unprecedented vote on five predecessors
  • Moussa Traore, who led Mali's first military coup, dies at 83
  • Madrid bars and restaurants call for help as COVID crisis hits
  • EU condemns 'in the strongest possible terms' Russian Navalny poisoning: statement
  • Saudis warn U.N. of oil spot in shipping lane near decaying Yemen tanker
  • Polish government spokesman casts doubt over coalition's future
  • Pause in AstraZeneca vaccine trial not necessarily a setback, says UK health minister
  • Japan's Suga plans to keep Aso as deputy PM and finance minister: Nikkei
  • England tightens socializing rules as COVID infections rise
  • COVID rising again in Sweden amid return to 'hugs and parties': PM
  • Brazilian state of Bahia to test Russia's vaccine, plans to buy 50 million doses
  • Lebanese army use helicopters to control port fire, military says
  • London statue of Churchill defaced again
  • Turkey will keep supporting Libya's GNA despite Sarraj plan to quit
  • Britain will work to make progress in EU talks but gaps remain, says PM's spokesman
  • U.S. threatens to sanction arms makers that sell to Iran
  • One in eight deaths in Europe linked to pollution, environment, EU says
  • Bolivia election race heats up as field tightens
  • Three dead after fire at Huawei facility in southern China: local government
  • Kuwait's PM says Emir's health is stable and in improvement
  • In Vilnius, Macron meets exiled Belarus opposition leader
  • Aoun warns Lebanon will go "to hell" unless government agreed
  • China says banning Australian scholars within its sovereign remit
  • Lebanon's prime minister-designate quits in blow to French initiative
  • UK PM Johnson congratulates new Japanese PM Suga on his appointment
  • Three Egyptian policemen, four militants killed in prison break attempt
  • Three years after exodus, Myanmar erases names of Rohingya villages, U.N. map makers follow suit
  • Brexit deal can be done despite UK 'chaos': Irish foreign minister
  • Syria's Assad says he wants to expand Russian investments to help offset U.S. sanctions
  • China, U.S. trade attacks after paper refuses to carry envoy's op-ed
  • Trump again raises idea of decoupling economy from China
  • Australia's Claremont serial killer found guilty after 30 years
  • Lebanese patriarch warns of 'multiple dangers' without a government
  • Thousands protest in Pakistan over reprinting of Mohammad cartoons in France
  • From field to compost: French firm develops hemp face masks
  • UAE registers new daily coronavirus high amid increased testing
  • French Finance Minister tests positive for coronavirus
  • Ivory Coast to free opposition leader's allies in pre-vote peace gesture, spokesman says
  • Greek police probe aid workers on Lesbos island
  • German SPD leader can call anti-lockdown protesters 'Covidiots': prosecutors