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  • China says non-peaceful action on Taiwan is last resort
  • Thailand reports 18 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • China says opposes all U.S. restrictions on Chinese airlines
  • Myanmar doctor charged for insulting monks over sex education
  • Exclusive: Afghan lawmakers say 45 migrants drowned after Iranian guards forced them into river
  • Merkel: we can be a bit bold but must be careful on easing lockdown
  • Special Report: Cyber-intel firms pitch governments on spy tools to trace coronavirus
  • New Zealand PM Ardern's election prospects boosted by latest poll
  • EU must go 'back to the future' of open borders after COVID-19, commissioner says
  • Malaysia reports 37 new coronavirus cases; two deaths
  • A London community shattered by the coronavirus
  • Brazil's top court blocks Bolsonaro move to expel Venezuelan diplomats
  • Philippines' coronavirus infections breach 11,000 mark
  • Yemen reports first three coronavirus cases, one death in Lahaj province
  • Bahrain eases coronavirus restrictions, Saudis announce hefty fines
  • Cambodia lifts entry ban from six countries as coronavirus eases
  • Chinese corrals Pacific, Caribbean support ahead of World Health meeting
  • Spain's coronavirus death toll tops 25,000
  • London's "temples of gastronomy" improvise to survive COVID-19
  • Hong Kong's veteran pro-democracy activists defiant as they hear charges in court
  • Factbox: Back to the beaches and bars: France eases COVID lockdown
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll drops sharply ahead of lockdown easing
  • About 136,000 people in England currently infected with COVID-19: study
  • Dubai reopens parks, hotel beaches in further easing of curbs
  • China's Xi says supports WHO probe when COVID-19 controlled
  • U.N. warns of global mental health crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic
  • Australia's borders will not open 'anytime soon': PM Morrison
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 797 to over 176,000: RKI
  • Iran complains to U.N., summons envoy over U.S. threat on Venezuela shipment
  • Erdogan announces Turkish lockdown over religious holiday
  • Former South Korean 'comfort women' leader apologises for 'banking errors'
  • Taiwan eyes further U.S. arms purchases with new anti-ship missile
  • UK will increase visa rights if China pursues Hong Kong security law: BBC
  • Niger says 75 Boko Haram insurgents killed in border-region security operations
  • Russia slams U.S. assertion at U.N. that it remains party to Iran nuclear deal
  • Northern Chinese region including Beijing to ease COVID-19 curbs
  • Norway to reopen high schools, bars and most of society by mid-June
  • UK PM Johnson to proceed with 'maximum caution' in coronavirus response
  • Burial numbers in Jakarta indicate coronavirus toll is higher than officially reported
  • UK police to take no action against PM's adviser Cummings: Telegraph
  • Vietnam reports two new COVID-19 cases, total at 320
  • Japan may lift Tokyo state of emergency as early as next week: PM
  • Electronic voting in some Russian regions on extending Putin's term: election chief
  • Bolsonaro allows Brazilians to go to the gym as coronavirus cases surge
  • Croatian oyster farmers hope lockdown easing will save some of season's harvest
  • Germany to lift virus-related travel warning for EU countries from June 15
  • Iran news agency warns U.S. against any move on fuel shipment to Venezuela
  • England's anglers cast coronavirus worries aside, return to action
  • Bosnia's coronavirus-free Adriatic resort charges disinfection entrance fee
  • Pro-Beijing lawmakers, democrats clash in Hong Kong legislature
  • Australia eyes New Zealand travel 'bubble' as cases fall
  • WHO oversight body backs pandemic review, suggests reforms
  • Palestinians shun CIA after declaring end to security coordination with U.S. and Israel
  • Northern Chinese region including Beijing to ease COVID-19 curbs
  • Driver who rammed Paris police pledged allegiance to Islamic State: prosecutor
  • Slovenia anti-government protests continue as country calls an end to epidemic
  • Russia's Putin urges unity as he presides over slimmed down Victory Day
  • Trump says glad to see North Korea's Kim 'back, and well!'
  • Factbox: Back to the beaches and bars: France eases COVID lockdown
  • Impoverished Burundi, battered by violence and coronavirus, gears up for elections
  • Mexico begins reopening despite coronavirus onslaught fears
  • In Syria's Idlib city, a caravan spreads the word about coronavirus
  • 'What's the point of staying?': Gulf faces expatriate exodus
  • France seizes 440,000 face masks as it breaks up medical smuggling networks
  • UK PM's adviser has been reported to police over lockdown journey: Daily Mirror
  • With suitcase and bikini emojis, Spain urges tourists back from July
  • China's planned security agencies for Hong Kong a 'death knell' for autonomy: Pompeo
  • Russia flies nuclear-capable bombers over Baltic Sea in training exercise
  • Bolsonaro taps family friend as Brazil top cop, Supreme Court OKs probe
  • Palestinians shun CIA after declaring end to security coordination with U.S. and Israel
  • Poland's ruling parties reach deal to postpone election: statement
  • English court to weigh recognition of Maduro, Guaido in Venezuela gold case
  • Remote Lesotho becomes last country in Africa to record COVID-19 case
  • All mosques in Iran to reopen temporarily on Tuesday
  • Rio beach vendor turns to home delivery to beat coronavirus lockdown
  • New Slovak government wins confidence vote, readies for COVID-19 impact
  • Hungarian PM's power to rule by decree to end on June 20: government
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says he may release tape in police probe
  • U.S. military says Russia deployed fighter jets to Libya
  • Almighty cleanup: St. Peter's in Rome gets coronavirus scrub-down
  • Russian hackers accessed emails from Merkel's constituency office: Der Spiegel
  • Rwandan genocide suspect Kabuga denounces charges as 'lies'
  • Pompeo welcomes Afghan power-sharing deal, chides leaders for lost time
  • Number of coronavirus cases at Dutch meatpacking plant jumps to 147
  • Germany's coronavirus infections rise by 933 cases to 172,239: RKI
  • Special Report: U.S. rearms to nullify China's missile supremacy
  • Indonesia summons China's ambassador over burials at sea on fishing fleet
  • UK government 'bleeding credibility' over PM's aide, says cabinet member: ITV
  • UK says Belgium is worse on COVID-19 deaths per million
  • UK envoy in Washington backs probe into origins of pandemic, WHO reforms
  • Berlin: Germany expects China to respect rule of law in Hong Kong
  • U.S. envoy misses Pompeo's arrival in Israel over illness
  • COVID-19 deaths in Sweden pass 3,000: Public Health Agency
  • Malaysia criticises WHO's advice against palm oil during coronavirus
  • 'It's up to us': how Merkel and Macron revived EU solidarity
  • Ghana president says one person infected 533 with coronavirus at fish factory
  • PM hopes Slovaks can "live freely again" soon as cinemas, malls to reopen
  • Venezuela military to escort Iranian fuel tankers: defense minister
  • Pope joins inter-faith prayers against coronavirus, irks ultra-conservatives
  • PM Mishustin says Russia's coronavirus outbreak reaching stabler phase