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  • Clean up 'inhumane' migrant fruit-picker camps, UN official tells Spain after fires
  • Swiss mountains light up in a national day celebration to suit COVID-19 era
  • Putin names new governor of restive Russian region hit by protests
  • Tight security outside U.S. Chengdu consulate after China orders closure
  • Egypt reopens airports and welcomes tourists to pyramids after COVID closure
  • Mexico fines, bans company owned by son of president's ally
  • China should meet with U.S. on arms control, State Department says
  • Pope appoints ex-ECB boss Draghi to prestigious academy of social sciences
  • UK PM Johnson postpones next stage of lockdown lifting due to rising COVID infections
  • Pakistan issues last warning to TikTok over vulgar content
  • Bolivians try chlorine dioxide for COVID-19, despite health ministry warnings
  • Pompeo 'deeply disappointed' in EU court decision to ditch trans-Atlantic data transfer deal
  • Russia's coronavirus cases surpass 680,000
  • 'Don't give up hope' in fighting viruses, says 'cured' London AIDS patient
  • Austria's Kurz says rejects current EU recovery plan, expects new proposals
  • Qatar reiterates commitment to resolving Gulf dispute via diplomatic means: state news agency
  • Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela, dies
  • U.S. should not stand in way of U.N. chief naming new Libya envoy, Germany says
  • Hezbollah says all-out war with Israel unlikely in coming months
  • Arise Sir Tom Moore: Queen Elizabeth knights 100-year-old fundraising captain
  • Public debt, populism and protests as Tunisia faces crisis
  • Malaysian ex-PM Najib convicted on all charges in first 1MDB trial
  • Yemen's Houthis say targeted Saudi airport, air base with drones
  • Norwegian police arrest man after three women stabbed
  • WHO warns that coronavirus crisis may get 'worse and worse and worse'
  • More than 73% of Russians have backed changes that could extend Putin's rule -prelim results
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro vows more travel despite 'mold' in lungs
  • Who is Ghislaine Maxwell, the Epstein confidant detained by the FBI?
  • Two Citgo executives detained in Venezuela moved to house arrest, U.S. diplomat says
  • Africa urged to test more as coronavirus cases exceed 500,000
  • Malaysia suspends Pakistan pilots after licence fraud revelation
  • After 'warning light', British PM halts COVID lockdown unwind
  • Daredevil divers plunge from Bosnian bridge in centuries-old tradition
  • Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela, dies
  • Shocked Hong Kong in a new era under 'white knuckle' China grip
  • Philippine lawmakers block license bid for broadcaster that angered Duterte
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 522 to 202,345: RKI
  • Initial hearing of ex-Pemex boss Lozoya set for Tuesday morning
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro tested again for novel coronavirus
  • In West Bank, Eid sacrifices plummet as Palestinian virus cases soar
  • Southeast Asia poverty to surge in 'socio-economic crisis': U.N.
  • Vietnam capital says 21,000 returnees from coronavirus outbreak city test negative
  • WHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus cases, up over 228,000
  • French state ready to finance repair work to Nantes cathedral
  • UAE official tells Turkey to stop meddling in Arab affairs over Libya
  • Venezuela central bank wins right to appeal Britishruling recognising Guaido: lawyers
  • South Korea says daily coronavirus cases may top 100, driven by imported infections
  • Malaysian court allows stay of jail sentence, fine for ex-PM Najib
  • Russia says it reserves right to respond to UK sanctions - RIA
  • Ivory Coast defence minister Bakayoko named prime minister
  • Zimbabwe's security forces clear streets ahead of planned protests
  • Mainland China reports 22 new coronavirus cases, including 18 in Xinjiang
  • Pressure rises on Canada's Trudeau as parliamentary rivals seize on charity controversy
  • UK government failed to find out whether Russia meddled in Brexit vote: report
  • Greece says Turkish plans to map sea encroach on its territory
  • Hong Kong bans restaurant dining as it battles new wave of coronavirus
  • Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai Bachchan tests positive for coronavirus, state minister says
  • Thailand plans November human testing for potential coronavirus vaccine
  • U.S. envoy arrives in South Korea as North Korea rejects talks
  • Greece rolls out red carpet to visitors as airports reopen
  • Factbox: Canadian provinces and their plans to reopen schools amid COVID-19
  • Philippines to use police in house-to-house searches for COVID-19 cases
  • UK's Raab rejects China's criticism of 'gross interference'
  • U.S. authorities arrest, charge 23 gang members in Chicago
  • Venezuela election council sets parliament vote for Dec 6
  • Tens of thousands protest against Putin in Russian far east
  • Pompeo: U.S. evaluating response to Turkey's purchase of Russian system
  • El Salvador murder rate plummets; study says gangs may have informal pact with government
  • Myanmar may postpone election in war-torn Rakhine state: official
  • Swedish court finds ex-envoy to China not guilty in Gui Minhai case
  • Mainland China reports 49 new coronavirus cases for Aug 1
  • Sahel states, international states to intensify military push against jihadists: communique
  • German study shows low coronavirus infection rate in schools
  • U.S. Forces in Japan to announce coronavirus case numbers to reassure public
  • Germany tells Turkey travel warning will be regularly reviewed
  • Estimated COVID-19 "R" number for England edges up
  • Thousands join anti-government protest in Serbian capital
  • Congo justice minister resigns after judicial reform dispute
  • Canada Day party goes virtual amid COVID-19 restrictions
  • Australia to lock down 300,000 in Melbourne suburbs after coronavirus spike
  • Kuwait advises against travelling abroad due to coronavirus pandemic
  • U.S., Gulf nations issue sanctions on 6 targets for ties to Islamic State
  • China summons U.S. ambassador over Hong Kong Autonomy Act
  • Bulgarian anti-graft protests want Borissov's government out
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 583 to 200,843: RKI
  • Power cuts return, adding to frustrations in COVID-weary South Africa
  • Viktor Orban says 'the Dutchman' is responsible for EU summit disarray
  • U.S. bans Pakistan International Airlines flights over pilot concerns
  • Portugal in talks with Britain ahead of review of UK 'travel corridor' decision
  • Explainer: COVID-19 strikes back in virus-free Vietnam
  • Russia says China would be needed in expanded G7 summit: TASS
  • China slams U.S. as it joins global arms trade treaty at U.N.
  • In West Bank, Eid sacrifices plummet as Palestinian virus cases soar
  • UK to roll out millions of rapid COVID tests after criticism
  • U.S. urges Pakistan to act after American charged with blasphemy shot in court
  • Sudan to allow drinking alcohol for non-Muslims, ban FGM
  • Ukraine says separatists violated ceasefire within hours
  • Russia reports 6,109 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours
  • New Zealand military misled public over civilian casualties in 2010 Afghan raid: enquiry
  • Ukraine welcomes 'constructive' first talks with Iran on downing of airliner