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  • Modi, Muslims to attend temple ceremony on contested India site
  • Tsikhanouskaya says she would not seek Belarus presidency if new elections held
  • Brazil hits 3.7 million COVID-19 cases, death toll at 117,666: ministry
  • Lebanon registers record number of daily COVID-19 cases
  • Former Colombian President Uribe tests positive for coronavirus
  • U.S. has not totally ruled out that Beirut blast was an attack: White House aide
  • China says Hong Kong suspends extradition agreement with New Zealand
  • Hong Kong researchers report first documented coronavirus re-infection
  • Czech reported coronavirus cases exceed 20,000
  • Coronavirus-hit Mexico receives $3 million donation from United States
  • Petitions and memes target former king Juan Carlos after he leaves Spain
  • EU chief wants Hogan to spell out whether he broke COVID rules on Irish trip
  • Ukraine closes checkpoints at Crimean border to control coronavirus
  • Ecuador navy surveils huge Chinese fishing fleet near Galapagos
  • HK police arrest two pro-democracy lawmakers over 2019 protests
  • North Korean leader Kim calls for prevention efforts against coronavirus, looming typhoon: KCNA
  • Czech PM Babis says Belarus election must be repeated, wants EU council call
  • Turkey says France should refrain from escalating Mediterranean tensions
  • Exclusive: WHO sweetens terms to join struggling global COVAX vaccine facility - documents
  • Montenegro ruling DPS party just ahead of pro-Serb alliance -pollster
  • UK says it's confident of Brexit trade deal as EU changing tone
  • Lebanese army says hope of finding more survivors of Beirut blast is fading: Al Jadeed TV
  • Czechs must wear face masks again in many places from September 1, expect tough autumn
  • Lukashenko: I need to contact Putin, protests not just threat to Belarus
  • Norway police arrest suspected spy
  • Germany, France and Poland urge for free and fair election in Belarus
  • Germany fights virus uptick with mandatory testing for travellers
  • Last year was one of three warmest on record, researchers find
  • Malawi to lift COVID-19 air travel, school restrictions from September
  • U.S. envoy to Uzbekistan urges release of detained journalist
  • Mali state television channel goes offline after president detained
  • McCann suspect's extradition to Germany is acceptable after Italy's agreement, EU court adviser says
  • Taliban kill four survivors of Afghanistan flash floods
  • EU's Dombrovskis given temporary charge of trade after Hogan exit
  • India accuses China of fresh provocation during military talks over border
  • Gambia president extends state of emergency as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Videos show explosion in North Korean town: reports
  • U.S. senators want to block drone sales to Saudis
  • Trump will host Iraqi prime minister at the white house Aug 20: White House
  • Mauritius PM says initial oil leak stops, prepares for 'worst case scenario'
  • U.S. unfreezing Venezualan assets to help opposition fight COVID-19: Guaido
  • Chinese national arrested in U.S. probe of possible transfer of software to China
  • Lebanese leaders' response to reform calls 'disappointing', says U.N. official
  • Nigeria's wet markets thrive despite coronavirus pandemic
  • France's COVID-19 infections again hit fresh post-lockdown peak
  • Canada and victims' families press Iran for answers over downed jetliner
  • Western diplomats express deep concern overZimbabwe crisis
  • UAE says deal was done to manage threat annexation posed to two-state solution
  • Rockets land near Baghdad airport after week of anti-U.S. attacks
  • Saudi Arabia's King Salman chairs virtual cabinet meeting: SPA
  • After Hagia Sophia, Turkey's historic Chora church also switched to mosque
  • Coronavirus making it harder for Colombia's indigenous Wayuu to survive: HRW
  • An office chair and water cooler among the spoils of Mali's coup
  • China reports 22 new coronavirus infections for Aug. 16, no new Xinjiang cases
  • Putin says alleged mercenaries were lured to Belarus by foreign spy operation
  • Vietnam PM says next 10 days 'critical' in virus fight
  • Oman transfers powers from Sultan's remit in government revamp
  • Mexico reports 6,686 new coronavirus cases, 926 more deaths
  • EU drops Morocco from safe country travel list
  • Brother of UK's 2017 Manchester suicide bomber jailed for at least 55 years
  • Doctors say Turkish COVID-19 outbreak worse than reported as hospitalisations swell
  • EU may impose sanctions on Belarusian individuals over election, Spain says
  • Landslide, floods from monsoon rains kill at least 41 in India, Nepal
  • Macron pledges aid won't go to 'corrupt hands', wants new Lebanon deal
  • After private pensions, Peru's congress turns to public funds for COVID-19 relief
  • UK PM blocks plan to invite Scottish First Minister to cabinet meetings: FT
  • France's Macron to head to Beirut to pressure Lebanese political elite
  • Jailed Turkish lawyer on hunger strike dies in hospital: firm
  • Humanity versus disease showcased as London's Science Museum reopens doors
  • Lithuania says it does not pose threat to Belarus
  • EU trade chief insists he broke no COVID-19 rules on Irish trip
  • Belarus protesters build barricades as they clash with police after vote: RIA
  • Australian state to make landowners clear fire hazards
  • Three Iranian hostages held by Somali pirates since 2015 freed: maritime crime adviser
  • Japan set to mark 75 years since Hiroshima, Nagasaki atomic bombing
  • EU Commission ready to help Lebanon with preferential trade
  • Pompeo, Taliban negotiator discuss Afghan peace process: Taliban spokesman
  • Ukraine president says Kyiv staying out of U.S. internal politics, elections
  • Protests swell in Belarus, Lukashenko blames foreigners
  • Amsterdam ends 'experiment' with mandatory face masks
  • Scientists inspired by 'Star Wars' create artificial skin able to feel
  • Police arrest Thai activist over rally calling for reform of monarchy
  • Russia says suspected mercenaries detained by Belarus were going to Latin America
  • UK to ramp up return-to-workplace campaign after COVID slump
  • Uganda's tough approach curbs COVID, even as Africa nears 1 million cases
  • Factbox: Spain divided over former king Juan Carlos' abrupt departure
  • Lebanon tribunal: the case, suspects and evidence
  • Poland reports record increase in COVID cases as coal mines hit
  • Colombia tops 400,000 coronavirus cases, deaths close to 13,500
  • New cases end New Zealand's 'COVID-free' status; Auckland back in lockdown
  • France's COVID-19 infections again hit fresh post-lockdown peak
  • Mexico posts lowest weekly coronavirus death toll in two months
  • France's Macron expressed concerns about human rights to China's Wang Yi
  • Japan voices concerns over Chinese activity around disputed islands: NHK
  • U.S. outraged by killing of anti-government activists in Iraq: State Department
  • France checking reports six nationals killed in Niger: foreign ministry
  • New Zealand judge rejects mosque shooter's 'self-absorbed' change of heart
  • Belarus leader Lukashenko says there will be no new election: Belta
  • EU ministers to discuss Navalny as Russia not cooperating: Germany
  • Fine art and face masks: London's Victoria and Albert Museum reopens