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  • U.S. designates Chinese body a foreign mission, quits local cooperation agreement
  • Hundreds rally in Taiwan, call for release of 12 Hong Kong people arrested by China
  • The faces of India's coronavirus pandemic as deaths hit 100,000
  • Natural disasters surge in past 20 years, likely to continue to wreak havoc: U.N.
  • Police in Belarus detained 280 people at protests on Sunday: ministry
  • Differences remain between UK, EU in trade talks, says Gove
  • Prague cafe hits sweet spot with coronavirus-shaped dessert
  • Qatar government says invasive searches of women at airport 'illegal actions'
  • Rwanda seeks to merge 'Hotel Rwanda' hero's case with that of 18 rebel suspects
  • Myanmar's COVID quarantine campaign raises questions over election
  • Newly discovered hull damage not to blame for 1994 ferry disaster, report says
  • 'The beers are cold': Australia to open up to New Zealanders after COVID border shutdown
  • Kremlin promises response in Russia's interest to 'unfriendly' EU sanctions
  • Workers and students pose strike challenge to Belarusian leader
  • EU hits 40 Belarus officials with sanctions, spares Lukashenko
  • Pompeo says China has brought lawlessness to Sri Lanka and the Maldives
  • EU ready to negotiate with Britain on trade: executive
  • State premier Laschet is frontrunner to succeed Merkel: party sources
  • Young people in France: 'Don't make us scapegoats for COVID-19'
  • EU agrees to extend Brexit trade talks, steps up no-deal preparations
  • As U.S. election looms, Europe weighs risk of a disputed result
  • Missing American's mother says Pompeo undermines his release
  • Britain is at a coronavirus tipping point, says deputy chief medical officer
  • UK records dip in new COVID cases at 15,650
  • Britain will work hard for EU deal by mid-October, says PM's spokesman
  • Ghislaine Maxwell repeatedly denies witnessing underage sex, other misconduct in Epstein deposition
  • Police in Belarus detained 317 people at protests on Sunday: ministry
  • Irish deputy PM says COVID-19 vaccinations may begin before April 2021
  • Armenia says ready to engage with OSCE to re-establish Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire
  • 'War against Islamist ideology' means more attacks in France - interior minister
  • Indonesia condemns France attacks, but warns against Macron's remarks
  • EU leaders break deadlock to impose sanctions on Belarus
  • Colombia's government must protect communities to stop activist killings: report
  • French mayor threatened with 'decapitation' just week after Paty murder
  • Some Polish school pupils to move to distance learning amid COVID-19 surge: PM
  • Catalonia could hold regional elections on February 14
  • Gunmen kill 32, burn houses in attack in Ethiopia: administrator
  • EU wants a constructive relationship with Turkey: von der Leyen
  • Goldman Sachs says there could be Brexit drama ahead and then a thin deal
  • Poland's Kaczynski demands Poles defend patriotism amid abortion backlash
  • Malaysia's king wins plaudits during political storm
  • One person arrested after earlier bomb scare at French rail station in Lyon
  • Morocco condemns publication of Prophet Mohammad cartoons: statement
  • Countries turn to rapid antigen tests to contain second wave of COVID-19
  • Magufuli wins re-election in Tanzania, says electoral commission
  • "Over our hearts": confiscated plaque becomes emblem of Thai democracy push
  • Hungarian minister says Ukraine's entry ban order is 'pathetic and nonsense'
  • Russia receives renewed approval for COVID-19 vaccine trials in India: RDIF
  • German police arrest suspect after assault near synagogue in Hamburg
  • Japan PM's meddling in science panel a 'dangerous direction': scholars
  • 'Treated like slaves', migrant workers bear brunt of Lebanon crisis
  • U.S. disease expert Fauci says vaccine verdict due by early December
  • Climate activist Greta Thunberg shows support for Biden in rare political tweet
  • Polish woman's quest for abortion exposes conflicted society
  • U.S. calls for WHO reforms, timely information on outbreaks
  • Man in custody over alleged links to Nice attacker - source
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says death toll among its military rises to 280 since start of conflict: Ifax
  • Russian military closely following Nagorno-Karabakh developments: Kremlin
  • 'Exhausted' French healthcare workers tell Macron to hire more medics
  • Mosques in two French cities under police protection after threats
  • Two foreign ministers test positive for COVID-19 after EU meeting
  • Britain, EU make technical progress in talks but gaps remain: PM's spokesman
  • Turkey condemns deadly Nice attack, foreign ministry says
  • Turkey hits at 'Crusades' against Islam in cartoons row with France
  • Sri Lankan navy, villagers rescue more than 100 stranded whales
  • Creators of gene 'scissors' clinch Nobel as women sweep chemistry
  • Azerbaijan wants Turkey part of future Caucasus peace process
  • British PM to give Saturday afternoon news conference on COVID: ITV
  • Czech government closes bars, schools in what PM calls 'one shot' to curb COVID-19 surge
  • Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire strained by recriminations, reports of fighting
  • JPMorgan says narrow Brexit trade deal likely
  • Azerbaijan says two Armenian warplanes crashed, dismisses downing allegation
  • Sudan and main rebel groups formalise peace deal
  • Pakistan arrests second suspect after woman was gang-raped
  • Ireland's Coveney sees Brexit deal 'in sight' by start of November
  • Russia proposes new missile verification regime with U.S. after demise of treaty
  • UK to exclude Chinese students from sensitive subjects - Times
  • Former Prime Minister Cameron backs internships for Black students
  • Merkel's party set to decide on her successor in January
  • Police officer seriously injured in Vienna shooting: APA, citing ministry
  • Factbox: Europe goes into new, less strict lockdown
  • Belarus opposition leader says any trial for Lukashenko subject to negotiation
  • Saudi coalition says destroyed six Houthi drones - state TV
  • Thai protesters say they will petition Germany over king
  • Pope names new cardinals, putting his stamp on Church's future
  • Jordan's King Abdullah swears in new government to speed reforms
  • White House election race reaches streets of Tel Aviv
  • Lebanon Speaker Berri: new government could 'see the light' in days
  • Lebanon's Hariri secures enough support to be named PM:tally
  • U.S., Japan, Australia conducted naval exercises in South China Sea Monday - U.S. Navy
  • Moscow terrorist bomb attack thwarted, attacker held, says FSB
  • After signs of rapprochement, Turkey-EU ties sour again
  • Poland reports record in daily coronavirus cases
  • 'Eating rats': Myanmar's second lockdown drives hunger in city slums
  • Gunman releases majority of hostages at Georgian bank: TV
  • Mexican president mulls asking U.N. to help get museums to return artifacts
  • Suspected Islamists kill 18, torch church in east Congo
  • Guinea opposition candidate to contest election result in court: spokesman
  • Prince William recruits celebrities to launch global environment prize
  • Russia withdraws from MH17 talks with Netherlands and Australia