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  • Kremlin voices concern over Kyrgyzstan after opposition claims power
  • LSE prepares Dutch share trading arm in case of Brexit stalemate
  • Lagos imposes indefinite curfew to curb Nigeria protests, police deploy anti-riot squad
  • As clock ticks, EU and UK tell each other to budge on Brexit
  • U.S. stresses reform, anti-corruption as Hariri named Lebanese prime minister
  • Canada will continue to stand up against Chinese human rights abuses, PM Trudeau says
  • Turning point in Thailand: Queen's brush with protest
  • Scotland's Sturgeon lambasts virus-positive lawmaker who took long train journey
  • White House official went to Syria seeking Americans' release
  • 'Bring your own pen': How Bolivia is voting amid the pandemic
  • Yemen's Houthis say attacked Saudi Arabia's Abha airport with drone
  • Police set up traffic controls as Madrid heads back into lockdown
  • Venezuela's Maduro says Amuay refinery was hit by a 'terrorist attack'
  • 'Perfect storm': How Nigeria's peaceful police protests turned violent
  • Philippines' Duterte orders graft probe across state agencies
  • EU's von der Leyen negative in second COVID-19 test, in quarantine until Tuesday
  • Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire hopes sink as warring sides bicker and fight
  • Chechen leader says Macron stance on cartoons inspires terrorists
  • Two UK prisoners convicted of trying to murder jailer after terrorism probe
  • Senior PLO official Erekat taken to hospital after COVID-19 condition worsens
  • Gunmen storm Kabul University, killing 22, in second deadly attack on students in just over a week
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Minsk group stalling on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • UK COVID-19 'R' reproduction number edges up to 1.3-1.6
  • Taiwan lays to rest 'Mr Democracy' Lee Teng-hui
  • Spain, Portugal announce cross-border access to health for citizens
  • Grave-counting satellite images seek to track Yemen's COVID death toll
  • 'We're not used to debating': Rare Bolivia election standoff fizzles as vote nears
  • Venezuelan professionals turn to cooking and delivery to survive quarantine
  • Irish court rejects French extradition of Briton Bailey for 1996 murder
  • Azerbaijan ready return to talks with Armenia when military conflict ends: TASS citing Aliyev
  • France to deploy 12,000 police to enforce corona curfews
  • China, Russia elected to U.N. rights council; Saudi Arabia fails
  • Belgium becomes EU nation with highest rate of COVID-19 infections
  • Ivory Coast president's supporters and opponents clash ahead of election
  • Italy condemns detention of fishermen seized off eastern Libya
  • Azerbaijan wants to resolve Nagorno-Karabakh conflict by political and military means: Azeri president
  • Japan coast guard says Chinese vessels sail near disputed East China Sea islands
  • Sudan receives wheat from UAE grant, Israel
  • Set to fail, Spanish no-confidence vote shows divisions among right
  • Footage of man beating wife to death on Chinese street sparks outrage
  • Judges, fracking and a fly: Six takeaways from the U.S. vice presidential debate
  • U.S. urges Sri Lanka to make 'difficult' choices over China ties
  • Explainer: When will COVID-19 vaccines be generally available in the United States?
  • Senior U.S. official accuses China of aiding North Korea cyber thefts
  • PM Johnson says lockdown approach correct despite rising cases
  • Political failings put Colombian activists at risk: Amnesty
  • Protests flare in Italian cities against COVID-19 restrictions
  • Singapore's last village proves nostalgic tourism hit in pandemic
  • Britain's Meghan says she doesn't do social media for 'self-preservation'
  • Protesters clash with police over COVID-19 restrictions in Barcelona
  • Dutch hit daily record with around 6,500 new coronavirus cases
  • France's new COVID-19 cases above the 10,000 threshold again
  • Canada's Atlantic region closed out world to beat COVID-19, and the economy has done OK
  • Chile protest marred as teenager falls from bridge amid police clashes
  • Gas explosion hits market, kills at least five in southwest Iran
  • Truck bomber kills 11 in Afghanistan despite talks on peace
  • Australia's Victoria state police no longer investigating Vatican money transfers
  • U.S. cites 'credible allegations' of fraud in Tanzania election
  • Thai students pose with 'dissidents' in graduation protest
  • North Korean defector says abuse by South Korean spies broke her trust and her dream
  • Pandemic protests test Putin's influence in ex-Soviet space
  • Donors pledge $600 million for Rohingya to meet aid shortfall
  • Polish President Duda infected with coronavirus; thousands protest against curbs
  • Iran blacklists U.S. ambassador in Iraq, reciprocating U.S. move
  • Former U.S. citizen sentenced in Chile for shooting at protesters
  • Canada games out scenarios for U.S. election, frets over potential disruption
  • KLM plane in Bucharest searched after bomb threat, no explosives found
  • PM Johnson says pandemic will not drag Britain down
  • Nigerian army plans nationwide exercise as protests rock country
  • England adds Cyprus and Lithuania to travel quarantine list
  • Saudis launch national artificial intelligence strategy
  • Under attack and losing hope, Iraqi activists flee abroad
  • Hand signals only: How Thais are marshalling mass protests
  • South African white farmers, Black protesters face off over farm murder
  • China says U.S. should stop meddling after exiled Tibetan leader visits State Department
  • Business as usual? Scant enforcement of Madrid's new lockdown
  • Russia evacuates villages as huge blaze breaks out at arms depot
  • Ambitious EU climate goal would support industry investment, Latvia says
  • Putin says Russia is ready for any coronavirus developments: RIA
  • Washington to host talks on Nagorno-Karabakh, warring sides say
  • EU ready to negotiate with Britain on trade: executive
  • Bolivian Congress approves report recommending lawsuit against outgoing president
  • Turkey will declare asymptomatic COVID-19 cases as of next week: paper
  • Belgium says COVID-19 situation serious as infections reach new highs, bars close
  • Israeli cabinet approves UAE deal, Netanyahu says will meet its leader
  • Analysis: Fighting talk as besieged Thai loyalists try to rally
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says 62 more of its soldiers killed
  • Over 20,000 Hungarian nurses reject being relocated amid pandemic
  • France grapples with lockdown backlash from small shops
  • Suspected Islamists kill 17 civilians in eastern Congo raid
  • Chemical weapons watchdog ready to assist Russia in Navalny case
  • France and Germany thrust into lockdown as second COVID-19 wave sweeps Europe
  • Russia touts test launch of hypersonic missile on Putin's birthday
  • Harry and Meghan decry 'crisis of hate' in social media
  • Taiwan says diplomat sent to hospital after China spat in Fiji
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  • EU unity on Brexit strong, working for a fair deal, Barnier says
  • Death of U.S. embassy employee in Ukraine may be crime or accident: Ukrainian official
  • British PM Johnson says trade deal is up to the EU
  • Nagorno-Karabakh truce frays as both sides allege attacks