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  • Martin named new Irish prime minister, vows to tackle deep recession
  • Germany approves 6 billion euro warship contract, 2.8 billion to Airbus: source
  • UK taking 'right steps' to ease virus lockdown, says foreign minister
  • Graphic: Tracking the lockdown - what is opening up around the world
  • Israeli defence chief says he's preparing for consequences of West Bank annexations
  • France 'will not tolerate' Turkey's role in Libya, Macron says
  • Egypt surpasses 50,000 confirmed coronavirus cases
  • Rain stops play for COVID-hit Paris cafes
  • China warns of countermeasures in response to U.S. Uighurs law
  • British PM Johnson tells China: We'll not walk away from Hong Kong people
  • Mexico, India, Ireland, Norway elected to U.N. Security Council, one seat still open
  • Norwegian police worry that coronavirus upheaval could lead to more radicalisation
  • Rwanda genocide suspect's health no obstacle to transfer to U.N.tribunal: French court
  • Congo justice minister released after questioning by prosecutors: police
  • Saudi Arabia will resume sports activities, without fans starting from June 21
  • PM Johnson to urge EU to reach agreement by end of summer
  • Serbia to hold Europe's first election since coronavirus lockdown
  • Canada's Trudeau calls arrest video of indigenous leader 'shocking'
  • StanChart says it supports national security law for Hong Kong
  • Congo announces end of Ebola outbreak in east, second deadliest on record
  • Mexican president's airport project pushes full steam ahead despite coronavirus
  • Divided Koreas mark 70 years since war began, but no treaty in sight
  • Mexico's Libre Abordo says U.S. sanctions wrongly link it to unrelated entities
  • Portuguese prosecutors to trawl German suspect's records in McCann case
  • Vietnam says most serious COVID-19 patient on path to recovery
  • Ireland's Green Party set to ratify coalition deal: Irish Times
  • U.S. says in 'close coordination' with South Korea after North Korea destroys liaison office
  • Bank of England to remove any portraits of former governors linked to slave trade
  • Japan to keep close watch over disputed islands: Suga
  • Under new guidelines, Britons plan for a different kind of BBQ
  • Facing criticism, Brazil's Bolsonaro restores Ministry of Communications
  • Murder of indigenous Maya healer spurs calls for justice in Guatemala
  • France's new confirmed cases of coronavirus slow down
  • Mexico's president accuses Spain's Iberdrola of 'hidden' media attack
  • Thailand plans to provide domestic tourism stimulus from July
  • Montenegro reports first new coronavirus case since May 5
  • Australia seeks to engage China over actor sentenced to death
  • Egypt raids activist's family after U.S. suit against former PM: lawyers
  • Exclusive: Europeans working with U.S. to restructure WHO, top official says
  • Venezuela criticizes U.S. 'provocation' after navy operation
  • The British are fatter than the rest of Europe, says PM Johnson
  • Thailand pro-democracy protesters mark end of absolute monarchy
  • Mexico and U.S. extend border travel ban for 30 days: Mexico foreign ministry
  • Taiwan raps China for military activity, says it should fight virus instead
  • Go-go bars gone as coronavirus hits Bangkok's sex district
  • Darfur militia leader in ICC custody, face allegations of crimes against humanity
  • Russia quits U.N. system aimed at protecting hospitals, aid in Syria
  • Pakistan cracks down on safety breaches, coronavirus cases top 100,000
  • No need for another Lee: Singapore PM's brother won't contest election
  • UK PM Johnson says on racism: focus on substance rather than symbols
  • Gabon lawmakers vote to decriminalise homosexuality
  • UK government committee to discuss social distancing rule in England
  • Coronavirus deaths near 44,000 in Brazil, No.2 global hotspot
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 262 to 193,761: RKI
  • Wife of Canadian detained in China speaks out
  • China sees European virus strain in Beijing, WHO says more study needed
  • Ivory Coast to allow international flights from July 1
  • Hoping to rebound from coronavirus, UK PM Johnson sets out school building plan
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers protest amid anthem bill debate
  • London police chief says: We will disperse illegal parties
  • Wear masks in public says WHO, in update of COVID-19 advice
  • Iranian-American freed in prisoner swap with U.S. arrives in Iran
  • Afghans condemn Iranian police after refugees killed in car blaze
  • Johnson says China's actions in Hong Kong risk eroding Sino-UK agreement
  • After second round of voting, Kenya wins spot on U.N. Security Council
  • Indigenous chief says Canadian police beat him over expired licence plate
  • UK records almost 62,000 excess deaths during pandemic: ONS official
  • Czechs drop travel restrictions for Austria, Germany, Hungary from noon on Friday
  • French boy thrown from UK Tate gallery endured months of fear, still in wheelchair
  • Trump troop pullout would still leave hefty U.S. footprint in Europe
  • Rhodes Must Fall - Oxford protesters target statue of colonialist
  • Air strikes break truce in rebel towns in Syria's northwest: witnesses
  • New Zealand could return to normal life as early as next week
  • Kremlin defends Russia's coronavirus death data after WHO query
  • Italian judge orders seizure of neo-fascist CasaPound headquarters
  • U.S. decision to withdraw troops from Germany "unacceptable" - Merkel ally
  • Germany's Merkel rejects Trump invite to attend G7 summit in Washington: Politico
  • Indonesia reports 1,043 new coronavirus infections, biggest daily rise
  • Brazil's Supreme Court halts police raids in Rio's favelas during pandemic
  • U.S. lawmakers say Uighur bill supports China's Muslims
  • Pubs, restaurants and hotels to reopen as England eases social distancing
  • Panama reinstates some curbs on people movement to fight coronavirus
  • Anti-racism protest targets British PM Johnson's aide Cummings
  • China warns students about choosing Australia, citing racist incidents
  • Jailed 'Wolf Pack' members sentenced for another sex crime in Spain
  • Brazil registers 42,725 new cases of coronavirus, 1,185 deaths
  • Venezuela's rival leaders begin tug-of-war over London gold
  • Turkey and Russia put off talks expected to tackle Libya and Syria
  • Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
  • Jehovah's Witness jailed in Russia for extremism, lawyer says
  • 'Stand up to Trump!' Canada protesters shout to Trudeau who kneels at anti-racism rally
  • Polish president Duda faces tough run-off vote on July 12
  • Generational shift? Historian sees virus encouraging new values
  • Finland's finance minister steps down over training payments
  • Dutch police detain 400 after protest over coronavirus restrictions
  • Turks stream out for first lockdown-free weekend in nearly two months
  • No COVID-19 deaths reported in Sweden in 24 hours, but weekend figures typically delayed
  • UK coastguards locate wreckage of U.S. fighter plane, pilot missing
  • Singapore's ruling party adds former Facebook exec to election slate
  • Australia scrambles to prevent second COVID-19 wave after first death in a month