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  • Relatives accuse Hong Kong government of lying over surveillance of detainees
  • Britain to restrict export of flu vaccines to protect UK supplies
  • Germany's Merkel says EU ready to continue Brexit negotiations
  • Spearfishing in Gaza, a living improvised under the sea
  • Chemical weapons body confirms nerve agent Novichok in Navalny's blood
  • At least 16 artisanal miners drown in flooded mining field in Mozambique
  • Kyrgyz PM Boronov resigns, new speaker named: report
  • Brace for take off: Berlin's much-delayed airport to open in industry crisis
  • Factbox: Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 39.94 million, death toll at 1,112,131
  • China expects to meet poverty alleviation goal, sustainability the next test
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys drone launched by Yemen's Houthis towards kingdom - SPA
  • Pompeo to visit Sri Lanka and Maldives as China threat looms
  • Brexit decision entirely separate from U.S. election outcome says PM Johnson
  • G20 women's forum urged to press hosts Saudi on rights
  • Malaysia reports 375 new coronavirus cases
  • South Korea proposes compromise abortion law after landmark court ruling
  • Mexico says two women may have had non-consensual surgery in U.S. detention center
  • PM Johnson sets out three-tier system of lockdown measures
  • EU urges quick WHO reform, asks for more transparency in pandemics
  • UK's opposition Labour will not vote against COVID pub 'curfew'
  • Archbishop Pizzaballa appointed Jerusalem Patriarch
  • Factbox: Britain talks of Aussie-style trade deal with EU. But what is it?
  • QAnon received earlier boost from Russian accounts on Twitter, archives show
  • Israeli settlers pray for Trump re-election at biblical tomb
  • EU's Barnier says Brexit divorce deal an 'absolute priority' for EU
  • South Korea takes in 164 asylum seekers from nearly 6,000 applicants
  • Russia sends more military equipment to Central African Republic: RIA
  • German police detain Syrian suspected of killing tourist
  • Germany's Altmaier vows to avoid another shutdown of industry
  • Australia in travel talks with Japan, Korea as coronavirus cases ease
  • Poland introduces stricter enforcement of coronavirus limits
  • Greek PM Mitsotakis calls Turkish President, offers condolences over quake
  • North Cyprus president to face prime minister in runoff
  • Venezuela charges detained opposition activist with 'terrorist financing'
  • Three civilians killed in Vienna attack: police chief
  • Saudis launch national artificial intelligence strategy
  • UK PM will outline rules on travel in England on Monday, says minister
  • EU, Britain sanction Russian officials over Navalny poisoning
  • Mexico protesters burn Trump effigy, slam U.S. border policy
  • UK seeking to pass finance bill by year end: Gove
  • Paraguay finance minister Lopez to step down, take IDB job: gov't source
  • Taiwan says Hong Kong warned off flight to Taiwan-controlled island
  • Indonesia condemns France attacks, but warns against Macron's remarks
  • Yemen's war shifts focus to Marib, thousands of displaced at risk
  • Despite COVID-19, new wave of Venezuelan migrants heads to Colombia
  • UK secures Vietnam backing to join Trans-Pacific trading group, Raab says
  • Hungarians launch crowd-funded news site as Orban allies gain sway in media
  • Exclusive: Russian hackers targeted California, Indiana Democratic parties
  • Fire breaks out on Mount Kilimanjaro, says Tanzania National Park
  • Tens of thousands protest across Thailand in defiance of ban
  • Nagorno-Karabakh peace hopes slim before Washington talks
  • Canada condemns attacks in indigenous fishing dispute
  • Nagorno-Karabakh region says military death toll rises to 1,177
  • Trump says he has declassified documents related to Russia, Clinton email probes
  • There is a Brexit trade deal to be done, says UK's Raab
  • Back to crisis mode, EU moves to avoid COVID shortages, ease trade
  • Myanmar volunteers under strain as coronavirus toll grows
  • Pro-Sisi party set to lock in control as Egypt heads to polls
  • Russia's Putin discussed Karabakh conflict separately with Armenian PM, Azeri president
  • South Korea finance minister loses home as housing policy comes back to haunt
  • Azeri foreign minister to visit Geneva on Oct. 8
  • Abortion rights protests block city streets across Poland
  • France tightens security after Nice attack, protests flare in parts of Muslim world
  • UK lawmakers worried about lack of Brexit preparations
  • Belarusian students complain of expulsions after joining opposition strike
  • Iceland closes bars, gyms again to curb coronavirus spread
  • Britain resists COVID lockdown as Europe counts cost
  • Moscow schools start unplanned holidays as COVID-19 cases rise
  • Egypt says freedom of expression 'stops' when Muslims offended
  • Mental health services disrupted during pandemic, as needs grow - WHO
  • U.N. says Nagorno-Karabakh attacks could be war crimes
  • India, China military officials hold 'positive' talks on troop pullback
  • Russia says Northern Cyprus's plans to open Varosha beach unacceptable
  • Hungary to extend border closures to fight coronavirus pandemic until end-October
  • Bolivia's Arce pledges to "rebuild" as landslide election win confirmed
  • France tells expats in Muslim countries: watch out for cartoons backlash
  • UK's Johnson to tell European Council head: time is in short supply for deal, says spokesman
  • Russian police detain two Pussy Riot members after flag stunt on Putin's birthday: activist
  • Johnson to make statement to parliament on COVID-19 restrictions
  • 'Extremely damaging' no deal in Brexit trade talks would cut Bentley's profits
  • Russia opens criminal investigation over pollution off Far East
  • France grapples with lockdown backlash from small shops
  • U.S. says it blacklisted Iran's ambassador to Iraq
  • China says Taiwan arms sales will have major impact on ties with U.S
  • Indian police briefly detain politicians as unrest flares over gang rape
  • Azerbaijan says 14 people killed by shelling in Barda: RIA
  • South Korea expands mask requirements as COVID-19 cases grow
  • Why are Nigerians protesting against police brutality?
  • Coronavirus lit fuse in Kyrgyzstan, spreading unrest in Putin's back yard
  • France's Darmanin to Turkey: Stay out of France's domestic affairs
  • Malaysia PM Muhyiddin tests negative for COVID-19: PM's office
  • Bolivia's socialists seal comeback win after tumultuous year
  • Russian defence ministry rejects 'unacceptable' proposal to cut military staff
  • Praying for a miracle? COVID curbs hit Portuguese shrine's tourist trade
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro hopes to appoint evangelical minister to supreme court
  • More than 150 evacuated from Russian coronavirus hospital after fire
  • Britain's Gove says door not closed on EU deal talks
  • White House official went to Syria seeking Americans' release
  • EU cuts Canada from safe traveller list, adds Singapore
  • New Zealand ruling party registers strong start as election counting begins