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  • Sweat, smoke and flames: fighting fires in the Amazon
  • EU mulls Belarus sanctions as opposition calls for Merkel's aid
  • ECOWAS agrees Mali's transitional government to last only one year: Nigerian presidency
  • El Salvador supreme court rebukes president's decree to reopen economy
  • Face mask sales soar as Swedes eye potential guideline change
  • Hong Kong reports 85 coronavirus cases as authorities battle third wave
  • Indigenous Australian group blocks Uluru access route over pandemic fears
  • Death follows refugee family from Syrian war to Beirut blast
  • Lebanon central bank tells banks to make cheap dollar loans to those hit by Beirut blast
  • Australia commemorates end of WW2 with message of unity
  • Zelenskiy says Ukraine, Germany want four-way talks on eastern Ukraine in September
  • Malaysian court jails teenager for killing 23 people in school fire
  • Irish tourism boss quits after taking a vacation in Italy
  • Germany can cope with rising number of infections for now: RKI
  • UK risks big second coronavirus wave if it reopens schools without more testing, study finds
  • UK transport minister says people know the risks of travel in 2020
  • Belarus' Lukashenko: air assault brigade will move to Belarus' Western border
  • Young people are not invincible amid coronavirus, WHO says
  • Top envoy says U.S. preparing tighter oil sanctions on Venezuela
  • Belarus to inaugurate Lukashenko as president within two months: TASS cites election authority
  • Germany calls on Russia to do more to clarify Navalny case
  • Thousands protest in Mauritius over dead dolphins, demand resignations
  • Locked out by COVID, refugees' lives on hold
  • China accuses U.S. using 'national security' as excuse to act against Chinese firms
  • Hasidic Jewish pilgrims stranded at Ukraine airports after travel ban
  • Belarus opposition council members questioned in criminal case
  • Pompeo says U.N. Security Council to vote next week on extending Iran arms embargo
  • WHO downplays danger of coronavirus entering food chain
  • Jordan delays resuming international flights after COVID-19 surge abroad
  • Second journalist killed in Mexico in under a week
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero's family accuses government of kidnapping him
  • UK PM Johnson says: We will focus on the needs of Lebanon people
  • New UK coronavirus cases jump to highest since June 12
  • Lukashenko: I need to contact Putin, protests not just threat to Belarus
  • Ambulances rush to scene of Minsk protests after Belarus presidential vote: Interfax
  • White House says U.S. tracking explosion in Beirut closely
  • Pakistan Taliban reunite with two splinter groups as army hails battle success
  • Philippines records 3,314 new coronavirus cases, 18 deaths
  • Global coronavirus cases surpass 25 million:tally
  • Mali's gold miners carry on digging despite coup, shares hit
  • Special Report: Lebanon’s power struggle – why a failing state can’t get the lights on
  • France concerned about Iran's 'destabilising activities': Le Drian
  • Arab League says ready to mobilise Arab efforts to help Lebanon; Turkey ready to rebuild port
  • Two Mauritians killed in accident near site of Japanese ship oil spill
  • Austria's foreign minister joins call for sanctions against Belarus
  • Blaze kills at least 10 in Indian coronavirus centre
  • Stark photos highlight plight of Indonesia's vulnerable doctors
  • Heavy rain batters India's Mumbai disrupting rail and road traffic
  • Afghan President signs decree to release final batch of Taliban prisoners - sources
  • Hong Kong police raid on newspaper filmed in real time as China flexes muscles
  • South Korea accuses church pastor as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro calls surging Amazon fires a 'lie'
  • Malawi to lift COVID-19 air travel, school restrictions from September
  • Erdogan says Greece 'sowing chaos' in Mediterranean
  • Dozens of migrants rescued off Greek island
  • Stopping clusters spreading into community key in fighting virus: WHO
  • New Zealand court rules part of early coronavirus lockdown was illegal
  • Philippines confirms 3,462 more coronavirus cases, nine deaths
  • Belarusian church leader calls on Lukashenko to stop violence in the country
  • Pompeo says 5G declaration protects Slovenia against authoritarian threats
  • Pompeo arrives in Bahrain, urges seizing momentum of UAE-Israel deal
  • 'Ball is in Russia's court' on nuclear arms deal, U.S. says
  • China's Wuhan says all schools to reopen on Tuesday
  • France concerned about Iran's 'destabilising activities': Le Drian
  • India's shortage of remdesivir is easing, says producer Cipla
  • Belarus police crack down on mass protests against strongman president after election
  • Hong Kong health workers, activists urge boycott of mass testing
  • Another resignation from Brazil's economy ministry
  • Kremlin says it doesn't want Navalny illness to hurt ties with West
  • Colombia could participate in more vaccine trials, health minister says
  • Scared by Skopje flight, Finland to mandate COVID-19 tests for travellers
  • Colombian ex-president's defense team asks for case to be transferred
  • Factbox: Who's who in Mali's military junta?
  • Mexico's confirmed coronavirus cases rise to 568,621, deaths reach 61,450
  • Israel deal should remove any hurdle to F-35 sale, UAE official says
  • China embassy says Britain is distorting Beijing's diplomatic efforts
  • Indonesia capital displays dummy coffin as COVID-19 warning
  • Coronavirus re-infections raise concerns about immunity
  • Turkey gave Hamas members passports, Israel says
  • Syria's Assad designates Arnous to form a new government, presidency says
  • Navalny will survive 'poison attack', Bizilj tells Bild
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys explosive-laden drone, boat launched by Yemen's Houthis: SPA
  • Explainer: Source of New Zealand coronavirus outbreak still a mystery
  • Greek PM warns over jump in COVID-19 cases, says new curbs possible
  • EU, Britain trade blame after scant progress towards post-Brexit deal
  • Syria's Assad stops speech due to low blood pressure before resuming - state TV
  • Global coronavirus deaths exceed 700,000, one person dies every 15 seconds on average
  • South Korea says Japan PM Abe's resignation regrettable, pledges to work with new leader
  • NHC says 60% chance of cyclone formation near Cape Verde islands
  • Rouhani says Iran will continue nuclear cooperation with IAEA: TV
  • Abu Dhabi crown prince says committed to Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital
  • WHO calls for widespread flu vaccinations this year
  • Gaza in lockdown to contain its first COVID-19 outbreak
  • Australian newspaper cartoon of U.S. candidates Harris and Biden criticized as racist
  • Germany to Russia: we will protect our people, online and off
  • Kremlin says doctors doing everything for stricken Putin critic Navalny
  • Coronavirus making it harder for Colombia's indigenous Wayuu to survive: HRW
  • Spain diagnoses 3,781 new coronavirus cases, some regions stabilise
  • Lukashenko must respect fundamental rights, says NATO chief
  • China's rain-swollen Yangtze river triggers unprecedented flood alert