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  • Turkey's Erdogan says East Med is test of EU's sincerity
  • Fight and talk: Facing negotiations, Taliban almost took key Afghan city
  • Belarus opposition leader to address top UN rights body on Friday
  • Chickens roost in Kenya's empty classrooms amid COVID-19 shutdown
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll rises above 25,000: health ministry
  • Disney's 'Mulan' sparks backlash over ties to Xinjiang, Hong Kong
  • EU determined to impose Belarus sanctions, bloc's top diplomat says
  • Turkish police detain 106 over alleged Gulen links - Anadolu
  • Wales announces local COVID lockdowns for Cardiff, other areas
  • No explosives found in package found at Paris attack scene
  • Sick of staying home: China expects a Golden Week tourism rebound
  • French Finance Minister tests positive for coronavirus
  • Singapore to trial business traveller pass as virus curbs ease
  • Turkey says U.S. needs to return to neutral stance on Cyprus
  • Israel announces partial national lockdown after coronavirus surge
  • Meghan did not cooperate with biography, lawyers tell court
  • Colombia to gradually reopen international flights from Sept. 21
  • Tropical Storm Paulette takes aim at Bermuda, gaining strength
  • Brazil's Rio risks second wave of COVID-19 with ill-timed reopening
  • France's Macron stresses support for Iraqi sovereignty in Baghdad visit
  • Eiffel Tower reopens after bomb hoax
  • North-east England to face further COVID-19 restrictions - housing minister
  • Sri Lanka to take legal action against tanker's owner after fire
  • UK says following court case of Zimbabwe journalist
  • Kremlin critic Navalny posts photo of himself walking
  • In Brazil's Amazon a COVID-19 resurgence dashes herd immunity hopes
  • EU presses China on investment accord, fair competition: Merkel
  • U.N.'s Guterres calls for $35 billion more for WHO COVID-19 programme
  • Canada's biggest provinces seek clampdown on social gatherings as coronavirus cases top 150,000
  • Upload your coronavirus test results, German app users urged
  • UK, EU negotiators have useful review, Brexit differences persist, UK PM's spokesman says
  • Mozambique asks EU for help in tackling insurgency
  • Exclusive: U.S., UK, Canada plan sanctions on Belarusians, perhaps Friday
  • Visegrad Four grouping push back on new EU migration plan
  • Japan's Suga wins ruling party leadership race to replace Abe
  • Venezuela's Maduro calls on U.N. members to rally against U.S. sanctions
  • Russia will send Belarus first $1 billion of loan by year's end
  • Kuwait mourns Emir Sheikh Sabah, veteran defender of Arab unity
  • Abe plan for land-attack counterpunch could mark major military shift for Japan
  • U.S. firm Valentus to raise capital for credit fund via digital currency sale
  • Mexico reports 4,647 new coronavirus cases, 611 deaths
  • U.S. hopes to name Qatar as major non-NATO ally, official says
  • Turkey begins Phase III trials of Chinese coronavirus vaccine - minister
  • Turkey says U.S. needs to return to neutral stance on Cyprus
  • England to set tough new socialising rules after virus spike
  • Berlusconi's health condition is improving, personal doctor says
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,345 to 271,415: RKI
  • NZ prime minister on course for election victory - poll
  • Brexit in crisis: EU 'very concerned' by UK plan to break divorce treaty
  • Tires and oil on fire at Beirut port, military source says
  • UK schools should remain open during second wave, minister says
  • Israeli court approves extradition to Australia of sex-crime suspect
  • Police clear climate protesters from square near Swiss parliament
  • Swiss voters approve $6.5 billion purchase of fighter jets
  • Hong Kong press body says new police media rules could limit scrutiny
  • U.S. charges three Iranians over satellite tech firm hacking
  • Japan's new PM Suga to meet with Pompeo in October: NHK
  • Victims of violence ask not to be forgotten in Afghan peace process
  • Ecuador mobilizes COVID-19 watchers to contain pandemic in the capital
  • France's Le Drian: We must not let the guard down in Mali
  • Putin and Belarus's Lukashenko to meet on Monday, Kremlin says
  • Barnier visit to London is part of agreed informal round of Brexit talks: PM's spokesman
  • France's Le Drian: Russia has explaining to do on Navalny
  • Merkel paid personal visit to Kremlin critic Navalny: spokesman
  • Zimbabwe bans mining in wildlife parks
  • Brexit positivity returns: UK 'confident' of a deal, EU 'determined' for one
  • Charlie Hebdo uncowed after attacks - but now with bodyguards
  • Six killed in Burundi gun attack, weeks after similar incident
  • Canada survey shows how COVID-19 intensified existing inequities
  • Denmark to open embassy in Baghdad
  • Turkey says France's Macron 'hysterical' over Syria, Libya, East Mediterranean
  • Man sets himself on fire outside police station in Belarus: ministry
  • UK's Johnson, France's Macron agree on need for Brexit deal, UK says
  • Coronavirus disrupting U.S.-Mexico action against meth labs, says U.S. Attorney General
  • Factbox: Prominent people diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Japan's fractured opposition unites as Suga set to succeed PM Abe
  • TRESemmé hair ad angers South Africans still hurting from racist past
  • Trump's Northern Ireland envoy issues border warning: Financial Times
  • Suspected gas blast kills 17 worshippers in Bangladesh mosque
  • From field to compost: French firm develops hemp face masks
  • Germany calls on Lukashenko to clarify whereabouts of protest leader Kolesnikova
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero declines to plead to terrorism charges
  • Sweden says Stockholm measures possible as COVID cases rise
  • Bahrain says foiled 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran in early 2020
  • Peru to further open economy in October as coronavirus cases drop
  • Head of UK government's legal department quits over Brexit deal threat: FT
  • U.S. troops to start extended exercises in Lithuania amid tensions over Belarus
  • 'Unacceptable' if Mexicans subjected to medical abuse in U.S. custody, minister says
  • Zimbabwe eases COVID-19 restrictions as exam classes start
  • Relic of Pope John Paul II's blood stolen from Italian cathedral
  • Factbox: The main players in Algeria's political upheaval
  • Spain passes 500,000 coronavirus cases in Western European first
  • UK minister Gove calls Brussels to explain domestic legislation at heart of Brexit row
  • Singapore PM warns against turn inwards as anxiety over foreigners grows
  • UK university students will be able to go home for Christmas: minister
  • China, India agree to disengage troops on contested border
  • Zimbabwe eases COVID-19 restrictions as exam classes start
  • Crew member of capsized ship off Japan rescued, coast guard says
  • UK records 2,988 new coronavirus cases, highest since May
  • Pakistani police hunt for gang rape suspects as protests held across country