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  • Hungary's parliament revokes government's special powers as virus ebbs
  • West African ministers propose phased re-opening of borders
  • German coronavirus outbreak at abattoir infects more than 1,000
  • Police use tear gas in Paris protest
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 408 new coronavirus cases, one death
  • UK says expects United States to continue to protect media freedoms
  • Brazil's Sao Paulo state suspends cuts in utilities services for poorest amid COVID-19
  • Kazakhstan tightens COVID-19 restrictions, former president tests positive
  • Swedish high schools to re-open on June 15: PM Lofven
  • British double amputee Tony Hudgell, aged five, raises one million pounds with walk
  • Russia's total coronavirus cases exceed 520,000
  • Governor shuts streets in Brasilia to stop protesters reaching Congress, Supreme Court
  • Taiwan to further ease coronavirus restrictions
  • Bolsonaro calls WHO 'political,' threatens Brazil exit
  • Ukraine alleges $5 million bribe over Burisma, no Biden link
  • Pakistan to seal city areas across country to stem quickening virus spread
  • Mexico's coronavirus deaths pass 25,000, infections approach 203,000
  • Thailand pro-democracy protesters mark end of absolute monarchy
  • Swiss anti-racism protesters march in Geneva during Floyd funeral
  • Ex-U.S. marine jailed by Russia on spying charges hopes for prisoner swap: Ifax
  • French nurse: We cared for COVID patients, who will care for us?
  • Mexico registers 947 new deaths from coronavirus and 5,437 new cases
  • Ivory Coast ex-president Bedie says he will run in 2020 election
  • Mexican anti-discrimination agency chief resigns after censure by president
  • U.S. offers $10 million reward for capture of former Colombian rebels
  • Spanish PM Sanchez to extend lockdown a final time to June 21
  • France's Macron takes drubbing in local elections, Greens surge
  • New Zealand police officer shot dead during routine traffic stop
  • Mexican president says he ordered release of 'El Chapo's' son
  • Social taboos hinder Indonesia's fight against coronavirus
  • WHO pushes to keep ties with 'generous' U.S. despite Trump's exit move
  • UK might be able to change quarantine rules for travellers: Sunak
  • 'Palestinian lives matter': Killing of autistic man by Israeli police draws George Floyd parallels
  • Senegal president self-quarantines after contact with COVID-19 case
  • U.S. wants face-to-face meeting with Iran on prisoners
  • Canada to overhaul foreign worker program after farm coronavirus outbreaks
  • China loses appetite for salmon, seafood on virus contamination worries
  • Japan government spokesman says it is crucial to maintain current G7 framework
  • Pope urges U.S reconciliation, condemns racism and street violence
  • Moldova asks U.S. to extradite tycoon Plahotniuc over $1 billion theft
  • Malaysia reports 19 new coronavirus cases; no new deaths
  • British PM, top EU officials to hold talks on June 15
  • Pakistan flag carrier to ground a third of pilots over 'dubious' licences
  • Poland to extend ban on international flights to June 16
  • Black boxes from crashed Pakistan jet head to France for analysis
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro tells actress to 'get out' after she criticizes pandemic response
  • Britain unveils plans to impose EU border checks in stages
  • Russia summons Czech ambassador amid diplomatic tensions: Russian news agencies
  • India's Mumbai braces for monsoon diseases amid strain of a pandemic
  • Swiss anti-racism protesters march in Geneva during Floyd funeral
  • Guatemala replaces health minister and his three deputies: presidency
  • Coronavirus, spreading in Brazil's interior, threatens to 'boomerang' back to major cities
  • Polish president Duda faces tough run-off vote on July 12
  • Kremlin dismisses Japan's objection to geological survey in Okhotsk Sea
  • Myanmar jails doctor for insulting monks over sex education
  • Turkey in talks to use two Libya military bases: source
  • Japan says coronavirus border controls in place, adding 18 countries to entry ban
  • Italy PM says prosecutors to question him over coronavirus response
  • Rio de Janeiro governor faces impeachment proceedings over graft investigations
  • Malta to reopen its airport on July 1
  • Kurdish case becomes rallying cry for Japan protest against police
  • South Korea says it will discuss Trump's invitation to G7 summit with the U.S.
  • Dutch drink offenders to get teetotal tag to keep them dry
  • UK says China and Russia trying to exploit coronavirus crisis
  • UK is following scientific advice on cautious lockdown easing, minister says
  • U.N. agency urges Hungary to repeal tightened asylum rules
  • U.S. urges Russia, China to give Venezuela more aid in COVID fight
  • Israeli minister says still no consensus with U.S. on West Bank annexations
  • French police disperse crowd marking 2016 death of black man
  • Iran's Zarif sees Trump favourite to win U.S. election
  • Ireland to keep its 14-day quarantine on British travellers: Sunday Times
  • Taiwan warns off intruding Chinese aircraft for fourth time in nine days
  • Turkey releases three journalists on trial for reporting deaths of intelligence officers
  • Work on possible 'air bridges' continuing, says UK PM's spokesman
  • Latin America hits 70,000 pandemic deaths, daily record in Mexico
  • Iranian wedding party fuelled newCOVID-19 surge, President Rouhani says
  • Russia says U.S. plans to lift curbs on drone sales would hurt arms pact: RIA
  • Italy PM says prosecutors to question him over coronavirus response
  • Japan gives UK six weeks to strike a post-Brexit trade deal: FT
  • Iranian wedding party fuelled newCOVID-19 surge, President Rouhani says
  • UK lawmakers 'conga' round parliament to cast their votes
  • Outdoor seating only: Parisian cafes eke out space along sidewalks
  • Italy PM says prosecutors to question him over coronavirus response
  • Germans cook more in coronavirus crisis, turn away from junk food
  • India reports record rise in coronavirus cases as major city locks down
  • Beijing city government to further cut COVID-19 emergency response level
  • Mexican finance minister gets coronavirus, bringing infection close to president
  • UK death toll from confirmed COVID-19 cases rises by 181 to 41,662
  • Jordan's king says regional stability put at risk by Israeli annexation
  • Dozens missing after boat capsizes on Congo side of Lake Kivu
  • Mexican finance minister gets coronavirus, bringing infection close to president
  • Russia says Open Skies nations to meet July 6 over U.S. exit: RIA
  • Global coronavirus deaths top 400,000 as outbreak grows in Brazil, India:tally
  • WHO calls for Brazil to better coordinate efforts against coronavirus
  • "Respect our police" - wives of French officers berate government
  • ‘We lost our sight’: Life in Myanmar under world's longest internet shutdown
  • U.S. official: Iran's arrest warrant for President Trump is 'propaganda stunt'
  • Trump signs bill pressuring China over Uighur Muslim crackdown
  • North Korea criticizes South Korea, threatens to close liaison office
  • Eastern forces quit Libyan capital after year-long assault