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  • Quebec launches police blitz in bars as COVID-19 cases climb
  • EU executive says of Bulgaria protests: any use of force must be proportionate
  • Croatia's bar, restaurant owners halt work to seek help over coronavirus crisis
  • Qatar Emir tells Kushner two-state solution needed to end Palestine-Israel conflict
  • Belarusian police detain dozens of protesters - witness
  • Trump says U.S. to cut Iraq troops to about 2,000 in 'very short' time
  • Eiffel Tower reopens after bomb hoax
  • Putin, Lukashenko to discuss energy, regional conflicts at talks in Russia: Kremlin
  • Ukraine border officials say Belarusian protest leader came to frontier, did not cross
  • Britain names former Australian PM Abbott as trade adviser
  • Exhausted Indian doctors battle surging COVID-19 cases
  • 'Unbelievable': Another fire in Beirut unnerves shattered residents
  • WHO's Ryan: don't turn COVID-19 into "political football"
  • Taiwan says it has Vatican assurances on China accord
  • Missile launch or storm repairs? Flurry of activity fuels speculation of North Korea test
  • McCann suspect may face more jail time after EU court ruling
  • French PM: No new nationwide lockdown over COVID-19 surge
  • UK risks new lockdown as COVID cases hit highest since May
  • Italian referendum, regional vote make early election unlikely
  • Police in Birmingham seeking one suspect in connection with stabbings
  • French Finance Minister tests positive for coronavirus
  • Azerbaijan's parliament approves martial law, curfews: president's aide
  • Iran's coronavirus single-day 207 death toll highest since August 1: health ministry
  • Japan's government plans to include Tokyo to travel campaign from October
  • Salvagers mend ruptures in fire-hit oil tanker off Sri Lanka
  • UK says Russian spies almost certainly behind Navalny poisoning
  • Taliban, Afghan government meet in Doha
  • Colombia extends selective quarantine until end of October
  • China bans two Australian 'anti-China' scholars: Global Times
  • Red locusts destroy 500 hectares Namibian grazing land, minister says
  • McCann suspect may face more jail time after EU court ruling
  • UK determined to secure a deal with EU: senior minister Gove
  • Ireland plans to join common EU system of COVID-19 travel restrictions - PM
  • South Korea says no use of nuclear weapons in joint operational plans with U.S.
  • U.S. imposes new Iran sanctions over human rights violations
  • Somali architect looks at city's ruined past and dreams of the future
  • Congo police fire tear gas to disperse protest over Rwandan diplomat
  • COVID rising again in Sweden amid return to 'hugs and parties': PM
  • Dutch coronavirus second wave continues, cases near record on Monday
  • Initial information says blast hit Hezbollah house in southern Lebanon, security source says
  • Dozens of children injured in New Zealand after school bus collides with train
  • South African volunteers on AstraZeneca vaccine trial say not alarmed by pause
  • Russia accuses Ukraine over Belarus, and dismisses opposition alliance
  • Explainer: What is Novichok, the poison Germany says was used on Alexei Navalny?
  • EU says will consider next Brexit steps after UK's end-month deadline
  • Vatican steps up opposition to euthanasia and assisted suicide
  • Northeast England to face tighter lockdown restrictions from Friday - Sky News
  • Taoist priest honours China's coronavirus dead with memorial tablets
  • Tiny village offers window into India's surging COVID-19 caseload
  • Pompeo announces fresh restrictions on Chinese diplomats in U.S.
  • Yemen Houthis block flights to Sanaa as economic warfare rages
  • German state of Bavaria tightens coronavirus restrictions
  • Sri Lanka to take legal action against tanker's owner after fire
  • EU gives banks 18-months to cut 'excessive' reliance on UK clearers
  • Belarus protest leader Kolesnikova tore up passport to foil deportation, ally says
  • Suspect arrested in Paris stabbing attack: police source
  • Belarus opposition leader says authorities threatened to kill her during deportation attempt: lawyer
  • Chemical weapons agency: Germany has asked for help in investigating alleged Navalny poisoning
  • North Korea leader tours typhoon-hit area, directs recovery effort
  • World leaders mark U.N. at 75, challenged by pandemic and U.S., China tensions
  • Nigeria to deliver aid by air in conflict-hit northeast
  • Stretched to the limit, Spanish medics demand better conditions
  • Japan defence minister Kono to become internal affairs min in new cabinet: Kyodo
  • Pompeo hails Colombia's stance on Maduro, pledges more help in drugs fight
  • Iran's rial hits record low as tension spikes with the U.S.
  • Happiness, controversy and fear as Italy's schools finally reopen
  • Malaysia drops criminal charges against Goldman Sachs over 1MDB bond sales - state media
  • British PM Johnson defends test and trace system to tackle coronavirus
  • Norway adds Italy and Slovenia to COVID-19 quarantine list
  • China-backed telecom firm says won't spy on Philippines
  • Latin America surpasses 300,000 coronavirus deaths
  • Hungary could have up to 200,000 virus cases under worst-case scenario: PM
  • Myanmar races to build field hospital as coronavirus surge stretches health system
  • Fire-hit supertanker owner to pay $1.8 million for Sri Lanka's help
  • Philippines extends partial coronavirus curbs in Manila until Oct 31
  • Greta Thunberg says Venice documentary shows her real self
  • England makes no changes to COVID-19 quarantine countries
  • Merkel says response to Navalny poisoning depends on Russia
  • Canada's New Democrats will back Trudeau's government, averting election
  • U.S. imposes sanctions on several companies over sales of Iranian petrochemicals
  • Possible missile carrier spotted at North Korea parade practice, U.S. think-tank says
  • Japan's new government should focus on response to coronavirus, digitalization:poll
  • Hong Kong activist Wong gets bail after being charged for 2019 protests
  • Head of UK government's legal department quits over Brexit deal threat: FT
  • Russia jails Gulag historian for 13 years, overturns earlier sentence
  • Hungarian radio station critical of Orban faces battle to renew its licence
  • Lebanese patriarch warns of 'multiple dangers' without a government
  • Explainer: Why is Taiwan-China tension rising and what are the risks?
  • Some scientists spot 'unlikely' patterns in Russia vaccine data: letter
  • Burned out and abused: French COVID-19 testers strike over work conditions
  • Trump imposes new bans on Cuban rum, cigars, hotels
  • Navalny ally says recovery will take a long time
  • Extinction Rebellion demands climate action with second day of UK protest
  • Nigeria says Mali transition government yet to satisfy regional demands
  • U.S. Secretary of State says up to Afghans to determine political system during peace talks
  • 'You will be proud of us': Romanian villagers re-elect dead mayor
  • Disney's 'Mulan' gets cold reception in boycott-leading Hong Kong
  • HK court rejects Joshua Wong's challenge to 2019 election disqualification
  • Indonesia's capital to reimpose restrictions over coronavirus
  • Macron says France must not lock up elderly in nursing homes as COVID-19 cases rise