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  • Iran summons French diplomat over alleged insult against Prophet Mohammad
  • Offers of free food to needy English children put government in awkward spot
  • Thousands, including indigenous people, march in peaceful Colombia protests
  • Turkey detains suspects over forest fire
  • 'Terrible situation': Spain first European nation to top 1 million COVID-19 cases
  • Canada to keep U.S. border curbs until pandemic is much less serious
  • Mexico captures leader of bloody Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel
  • Young Egyptian remembers father killed by COVID-19 as she heads back to school
  • Exclusive: New global lab network will compare COVID-19 vaccines head-to-head
  • Israel's Mossad head meets top Bahrain security officials: BNA agency
  • Germany slams Turkey for sending survey ship to eastern Mediterranean
  • Mexico's tax chief Buenrostro tests positive for COVID-19: tax authority
  • Ivory Coast president scores landslide win, opposition cries foul
  • Greek Orthodox priest shot and wounded at church in France
  • UK R number edges down to 1.1-1.3, growth rate slows
  • Azerbaijan says one person killed, three wounded in Armenian attack on town of Horadiz
  • UK considers reducing quarantine period for COVID-19 contacts
  • Russia finds contaminants in rivers near site of far east sea pollution
  • Malaysia's Anwar says to meet king to prove majority
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan agree to defuse Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Cyprus president slams 'illegal' Varosha move
  • Prominent Polish lawyer and critic of government charged with fraud
  • Night flight from Belarus: How a disgruntled policeman defected
  • Thai police probe media, as thousands again defy protest ban
  • Saudi Arabia says intercepts Houthi drones aimed at southern region
  • Flight of Hong Kong protesters piles pressure on Taiwan
  • After blast in northwest Syria town, U.S. says rise in attacks troubling
  • NATO would seek early summit with Biden, if elected, envoys say
  • Much still to do on Brexit trade deal, EU's Barnier says
  • Hungarian minister says Ukraine's entry ban order is 'pathetic and nonsense'
  • Pakistan blocks social media app TikTok for "immoral and indecent" content
  • Cut from the same cloth, Nigerian waste fabric becomes art
  • Dutch hit daily record with around 6,500 new coronavirus cases
  • Hungarian minister says Ukraine's entry ban order is 'pathetic and nonsense'
  • Top court rules EU states must curb mass spying on data
  • Sudan’s normalization with Israel depends on legislative approval: minister
  • Thailand seeks Red Bull heir extradition after Interpol 'red notice'
  • Myanmar volunteers under strain as coronavirus toll grows
  • Japan coast guard says Chinese vessels sail near disputed East China Sea islands
  • UK 'SBS' special forces storm tanker and detain stowaways in Channel
  • U.S. stresses reform, anti-corruption as Hariri named Lebanese prime minister
  • UK to follow clinical advice in deploying COVID-19 vaccine, Hancock says
  • No breakthrough, but Brexit deal still possible, Merkel says
  • Thousands of dead seal pups wash ashore in Namibia, says conservancy group
  • A year on, Lebanon's protests have faded and life has got worse
  • Japan's Suga opposes actions that boost tension in South China Sea
  • Israel would oppose any U.S. F-35 sale to Qatar, Israeli minister says
  • Saudi-led coalition intercepts explosive-laden drone launched by Yemen's Houthis: state TV
  • Belarus allows police to use combat weapons as protests persist
  • U.S. issues fresh Iran-related sanctions targeting state oil sector
  • Taiwan celebrates equality, coronavirus success in Asia's largest Pride march
  • Kuwait's new crown prince is a security czar who shunned limelight
  • Pompeo seeks reversal of 'provocative' North Cyprus move to reopen Varosha
  • Delight and worry as Sweden lifts pandemic ban on nursing home visits
  • Exclusive: Indonesia rejected U.S. request to host spy planes - officials
  • Italy's foreign ministry advises against overseas travel, warns of curbs
  • Supply of potential COVID-19 vaccines to start in earnest in April: EU's von der Leyen
  • Austria investigates four over COVID-19 quarantine at Ischgl ski resort
  • Humanitarian crisis feared as Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire buckles
  • U.S. has begun process of removing Sudan from state terrorism list, Pompeo says
  • France grapples with lockdown backlash from small shops
  • 'Shocked' EU leaders condemn terror attacks in France: statement
  • Palestinian village installs cameras, accusing Israeli settlers of attacks
  • Footy-mad Melbourne in malaise as COVID-19 lockdown kills the party vibe
  • Ravaged by first wave, Italy ill-prepared as second COVID assault hits
  • UK PM Johnson rejects criticism of moving too slowly with COVID lockdown
  • Foreign lawyers for 'Hotel Rwanda' hero say they have been denied access to him
  • Trump and Biden 'pooper' figurines steal the show in Catalan nativity
  • Montenegro's top Orthodox Christian cleric dies from COVID-19 infection
  • Iran says U.S.-brokered Sudan-Israel deal secured by 'ransom'
  • Former Pakistani prime minister accuses country’s army chief of toppling his government
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah chief calls French cartoons 'an aggression'
  • Indonesia Islamic groups, students join movement to scrap jobs law
  • Eighteen Burkinabe nationals die in Ivory Coast bus crash
  • Brazil prosecutors accuse BHP, Vale of colluding to reduce payouts to disaster victims
  • Syrian satirist questioned over "Macron" flogging stunt in Berlin
  • Channeling 'anger into art', artists in Beirut process blast
  • Timeline: Violence marks 15-year furore over cartoons of Prophet Mohammad
  • Pompeo to visit India next week for strategic talks
  • French police face worst nightmare: an attacker they never saw coming
  • Indonesia parliament passes flagship jobs bill, critics vow protests
  • ICC delegation to visit Sudan to discuss case against Bashir
  • German minister drops plans for EU car toll
  • China tells Indian media not to call Taiwan a country, Taiwan says 'get lost'
  • Danish filmmaker says he can share evidence on North Korea trying to skirt sanctions
  • EU leaders' chairman hopeful rule-of-law snag to recovery plan will be solved
  • UK R number edges down to 1.1-1.3, growth rate slows
  • Nagorno-Karabakh peace hopes slim before Washington talks
  • 'No' camp headed for win in New Caledonia independence vote, says French government spokesman
  • Quebec probes incident of indigenous woman who filmed abuse from nurses in hospital
  • Delhi's oldest graveyard clears space to bury coronavirus dead
  • Israel, Lebanon agree to resume border talks next month
  • Germany agrees stricter anti-COVID measures for virus hot spots
  • Islamic State tells supporters to target westerners, oil pipelines in Saudi Arabia
  • Azerbaijan says Armenia launched missile attack against Azeri city of Mingachevir
  • Merkel plans 'lockdown light' to slow infection wave in Germany - Bild
  • Tens of thousands march in Belarus despite firearms threat
  • Israeli parliament approves deal establishing ties with UAE
  • UK PM Johnson to look beyond COVID crisis in next legislative agenda
  • North Korean leader Kim speaks at military parade in Pyongyang: state TV