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  • EU envoy sees Serbia-Kosovo normalisation deal in months
  • European powers' U.N. vote on Iran embargo 'disappointing': Trump aide tells Fox News
  • Explainer: The U.S. push to extend U.N. arms embargo on Iran
  • Brazil congresswoman charged with murdering husband
  • Japan, U.S. defence chiefs oppose bid to alter status of Asian waters
  • Facebook improving hate speech detection ahead of Myanmar election
  • New statue of UK's Princess Diana to be installed next year
  • U.S. envoy says Washington to keep backing Guaido after Venezuela's December election
  • Saudi Arabia plans distance learning for schools as virus precaution
  • Iran says Beirut blast should not be politicised
  • Pranab Mukherjee, India's former president who never became PM
  • Large fire in closed market in Ajman, UAE, under control: police
  • UK court says Meghan can keep friends secret for 'time being' in tabloid lawsuit
  • Pope Francis asks for justice to be respected in Belarus
  • Syria says pipeline blast was terrorist attack, U.S. suspects IS
  • Egypt says from Sept travelers must show coronavirus test results
  • Pompeo says Israel-UAE agreement is enormous step forward
  • Britain to bring in mass testing to curb spread of COVID-19
  • India accuses China of fresh provocation during military talks over border
  • Lebanon's Aoun designates ambassador Adib as PM
  • Priest who shared stage with Modi tests positive; India sees record number of cases
  • Portugal keeps Lisbon under stricter COVID curbs until end-August
  • Czech reported coronavirus cases exceed 20,000
  • More than 600 acts of violence committed in connection to COVID-19: International Red Cross
  • India on guard in Kashmir ahead of anniversary of lost autonomy
  • U.S. imposes sanctions on four Ugandans over adoption scam
  • Top envoy says U.S. preparing tighter oil sanctions on Venezuela
  • Australia suffers record coronavirus deaths, triggering tighter curbs
  • Egyptians vote for newly created Senate
  • Hong Kong court blocks release of first person charged under new security law
  • Colombian ex-president's defense team asks for case to be transferred
  • Italy rules out new lockdown as coronavirus cases rise
  • COVID-19 cases slow in South African hotspot provinces, minister says
  • Factbox: China's coronavirus vaccine development efforts
  • New Zealand mosque shooter will not speak in court on Thursday
  • Millions likely infected by coronavirus in New Delhi, survey finds
  • Trump security adviser warns against foreign military involvement in Libya
  • Thai protesters openly criticize monarchy
  • Italy sends help to Banksy's overloaded migrant rescue boat
  • German girls more studious, boys on screens during pandemic: survey
  • Polish PM to discuss situation in Belarus with opposition at home
  • New protests in Belarus as opposition squabbles, U.S. weighs sanctions
  • South Korea, U.S. to hold smaller military drills due to coronavirus
  • Russia's coronavirus case tally passes 1 million as schools reopen
  • Three men killed in north Lebanon shooting, security sources say
  • Israeli flight attendant says "shalom" to UAE, bye to airline
  • Pressure on Belarusian leadership is counterproductive, Russia's Putin tells EU's Michel
  • Guinea's ruling party nominates President Conde for third term
  • Thousands protest in Poland demanding release of LGBT activist
  • Economic clout makes China tougher challenge for U.S. than Soviet Union was - Pompeo
  • Canada ready to join Lebanon blast probe if credible and transparent
  • NATO seeks to avoid accidents in East Med dispute
  • Poland says it will support Belarus civil society, media
  • 'Impossible Orchestra' holds virtual performance to battle Mexico's domestic violence
  • Thai activists challenge police to arrest them over protests
  • Macron tells Lebanon donor conference: 'we must act quickly'
  • Brazil suspends raid on illegal miners in Amazon indigenous land
  • New Zealand shooter emotionless as victims' families address sentencing hearing
  • Brazilian state in talks with Russia to make COVID-19 vaccine
  • Argentina reports record number of new COVID-19 cases but relaxes lockdown
  • EU leaders to support Belarusian protesters, tell Russia to stay out
  • Sudan ready to cooperate with ICC over Darfur, says PM
  • Kremlin says it doesn't want Navalny illness to hurt ties with West
  • Belaruskali says operating at full capacity, Aug shipments unaffected by strike
  • Montenegro's ruling DPS narrowly ahead of opposition in vote, pollster forecasts
  • Two rockets fall inside Iraq's Taji camp, no casualties reported
  • Turkey's Erdogan, Trump discuss Mediterranean tension on phone
  • Singapore battles record dengue outbreak with more mosquitoes
  • Kremlin critic Navalny's in stable condition: hospital
  • India's Modi set to visit temple site despite minister having COVID-19
  • Brother of UK's 2017 Manchester suicide bomber jailed for at least 55 years
  • U.S. diplomat: FBI to join Beirut blast investigation
  • Haiti's schools re-open but many parents now can't afford them
  • Ukraine expects to swap 100 prisoners with Russian-backed separatists within weeks
  • Dousing the flames: Israel battles Gaza fire balloon blazes
  • Factbox: Heavily-armed Hezbollah is Lebanon's most powerful group
  • Egypt says from Sept travelers must show coronavirus test results
  • Belarus opposition leader to address UN Security Council: spokesman
  • Pompeo pushes Haiti president on elections, rights
  • Lebanese president promises transparent inquiry into Beirut blast
  • Greek foreign minister hopes to avoid conflict in eastern Mediterranean
  • Mexico's confirmed coronavirus cases almost at 500,000
  • France's Macron says he set red lines with Turkey in eastern Mediterranean
  • Erdogan says any attack on Turkish ship in Mediterranean dispute will exact 'high price'
  • Australia open to talks over where NZ mosque shooter serves life sentence
  • China cracks down on 'big stomach kings' in fight against food wastage
  • Spain says U.S. should waive tariffs on EU goods as wine, olives hit
  • Belarus' Lukashenko: air assault brigade will move to Belarus' Western border
  • Governor of Venezuela's capital district, key Maduro ally, dies of COVID-19
  • Huawei lawyers say U.S. evidence 'unreliable' in Meng extradition case
  • Aid group ACTED says its staff members caught up in Niger attack
  • Petitions and memes target former king Juan Carlos after he leaves Spain
  • What do we know about the health of Japan's Shinzo Abe?
  • Virtually identical: Grounded Japanese try 'foreign' holidays with a difference
  • 'What's to be ashamed of': Malaysia's Najib back on the stump despite guilty verdict
  • EU may impose sanctions on Belarusian individuals over election, Spain says
  • Syria says pipeline blast was terrorist attack, U.S. suspects IS
  • Brazil health regulator says no request yet to make Russian COVID-19 vaccine
  • Spain diagnoses 3,781 new coronavirus cases, some regions stabilise
  • New Zealand mosque shooter will not speak in court on Thursday