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  • Bulgarian ruling party vows to stay in power after violent protests
  • Brazilian expert on uncontacted Amazon tribes killed by arrow
  • France's new COVID-19 cases slow down, but hospitalisations up
  • Spanish princess quarantined after classmate diagnosed with COVID-19
  • France's COVID hospitalisations at one-month high as cases surge
  • Nagorno-Karabakh announces martial law and total mobilization
  • Kremlin urges halt to Karabakh fighting
  • India's parliament meets after six months as COVID cases surge
  • Oman to restart international flights on October 1 - government tweet
  • Head of UK government's legal department quits over Brexit deal threat: FT
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trials resume in Brazil
  • Militia enters city unopposed in east Congo, surrounds prison
  • Austria's Kurz reiterates opposition to taking in asylum seekers from Moria
  • EU sanctions against Belarus should target Lukashenko: Germany's Weber
  • Argentina's wetlands under assault by worst fires in more than a decade
  • Belarusian police use tear gas, stun grenades against protesters: TASS
  • Hong Kong student faces charges of inciting secession: police
  • UK government reaches deal with Conservative rebels: BBC
  • Serum Institute pauses India trials of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine
  • Chemical weapons agency: Germany has asked for help in investigating alleged Navalny poisoning
  • Russia announces troop build-up in Far East
  • Amid theft and accusations of sabotage, Haiti struggles to turn on the lights
  • North Korea blames officials' inaction for typhoon casualties
  • Yemen Houthis block flights to Sanaa as economic warfare rages
  • Britain pursuing strategy to suppress coronavirus, says PM Johnson
  • Trump to tell U.N. it 'must hold China accountable for their actions' on virus
  • Israel deal protects Bahrain's interests amid Iran threat, minister says
  • Armenia not considering deploying peacekeepers in Karabakh: agencies cite PM
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero declines to plead to terrorism charges
  • U.S. to cut $100 million in aid to Ethiopia over GERD dam dispute
  • Armenian PM warns against any Turkish involvement in conflict with Azerbaijan
  • U.S. to announce on Wednesday charges in computer intrusion campaigns related to China
  • COVID-19 forces EU lawmakers to scrap Strasbourg meeting
  • Armenia ends state of emergency but some restrictions to remain until January
  • Hungary says new EU proposal on rule of law conditions 'unacceptable'
  • U.S. bishop-elect resigns over abuse allegation weeks before taking office
  • Taiwan's armed forces strain in undeclared war of attrition with China
  • Togo's prime minister and government resign, presidency says
  • Crew member of capsized ship off Japan rescued, coast guard says
  • Britain working to reduce quarantine through testing, Hancock says
  • Bolivian court denies former leader Morales' bid to be Senate candidate
  • Syria shoots down 'Israeli rockets' aimed at Tiyas airport:state news agency
  • Explainer: Wrangling over Northern Ireland threatens Brexit, again
  • Japan sending team to probe Mauritius ship grounding
  • China's Xi honours COVID-19 'heroes', as focus shifts to economic recovery
  • Hong Kong court says media tycoon Jimmy Lai not guilty of criminal intimidation in 2017 case
  • Former UK PM May says government putting UK integrity at risk, could damage N. Ireland peace
  • Madrid at 'serious risk' without tougher COVID-19 rules, health minister warns
  • Turkish Red Crescent worker killed in northern Syria
  • Nobel laureate Alexievich leaves Belarus for medical treatment in Germany
  • Slovakia bans most public cultural, sports events over COVID-19
  • Don't be complacent about COVID, British health minister says
  • Germany replaces military intelligence boss after far-right scandals
  • El Salvador prosecutor says he will investigate allegations of government pacts with gangs
  • Trump says U.S. has no proof yet of 'tragic' Navalny poisoning
  • Honduran finance minister tweets that he tested positive for COVID-19
  • EU's Michel says relocation no silver bullet to migration feuds
  • Germany adds Vienna and Budapest to coronavirus risk list
  • Nigerian air travel could shut as unions pledge to join strike
  • Australia says security agencies acted on evidence in Chinese journalist raid
  • Israeli mask maker Sonovia awaits China coronavirus lab result
  • U.S. urges immediate halt to violence between Azerbaijan and Armenia
  • Serbian leader fires back at Moscow after 'Basic Instinct' jibe
  • Spain passes 500,000 coronavirus cases in Western European first
  • Australia saves 25 stranded pilot whales, rescue efforts continue
  • World must scale up clinical trials to address COVID-19, WHO says
  • Pompeo to visit East Asia next week amid frosty ties with China
  • Montenegro president accepts his party lost election
  • Belarus to pay $330 million Gazprom debt from new Russian loan - TASS
  • Guinea Constitutional Council clears President Conde's third term bid
  • Head of Ukraine armed forces tests positive for COVID-19
  • EU calls for U.N. monitoring of Belarus rights abuses: document
  • Paris knife attack suspect wanted to avenge Prophet cartoons: video
  • India's new coronavirus infections at lowest in almost a month
  • Germany advises against tourist trips to batch of European destinations
  • Afghan peace talks open with calls for ceasefire, women's rights
  • Britain says considering 'fall back options' on Northern Ireland Brexit problems
  • U.N. investigator on Belarus warns of 'another Iron curtain'
  • Spanish court strips late dictator Franco's heirs of summer palace
  • Iran records highest daily coronavirus cases since early June
  • Coronavirus spreads in top echelon of Guatemala's government
  • Dutch corona cases reach daily record of 2,995: health authorities
  • Red Cross warns coronavirus is driving discrimination in Asia
  • Greece extends negative COVID-19 test rule for Russians until October 5
  • Factbox: Nagorno-Karabakh - old tensions erupt again into violence
  • Nobel laureate Alexievich denounces Belarus 'terror' as another activist is detained
  • Japan's Suga signals readiness to prod BOJ to ease more
  • North Korea's Kim praises army for rebuilding typhoon-hit area - KCNA
  • Oman welcomes Bahrain-Israel normalisation decision
  • UK promises 'unfettered access' legal guarantee for Northern Ireland by year end
  • China says Australian journalist suspected of endangering security
  • Former UK PM May says government putting UK integrity at risk, could damage N. Ireland peace
  • COVID rising again in Sweden amid return to 'hugs and parties': PM
  • Made homeless by record floods, tens of thousands of Sudanese wait for aid
  • EU chief executive says chances for Brexit deal fading every day
  • Czech Republic daily count of coronavirus cases drops to 985
  • Coronavirus curbs could crimp key South Korean holiday despite fewer cases
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  • Transgender woman killed at army checkpoint in Colombia, prompting outrage
  • Yemen's Houthis say they fired drones at Saudi Arabia's Abha airport