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  • Quotes from court hearings for New Zealand mosque shooter
  • EU ministers to discuss Navalny as Russia not cooperating: Germany
  • Lebanon's top Sunni cleric urges international investigation into blast
  • Fire breaks out at Iranian industrial area, no casualties: state TV
  • Twitter labels state media, government officials' accounts
  • Putin tells Merkel external intervention in Belarus would be unacceptable
  • Hong Kong will suspend some legal cooperation with U.S., China says
  • International reaction to resignation of Japan's PM Abe
  • Explainer: Thailand's lese majeste law
  • Israel offers aid to Lebanon after blast, Israeli ministers say
  • U.S. attorney general won't seek death penalty against British Islamic State 'Beatles'
  • Japan's Abe says health should hold up until successor chosen
  • Belarus minister: we don't consider current situation to be revolution - Tass
  • Belarus will shut transit routes if sanctions imposed, Lukashenko says
  • The bookish Thai rights lawyer who challenged the king
  • Britain's COVID-19 daily infections rise to highest level since June
  • Brazil's Pantanal, world's largest wetland, burns from above and below
  • Japan's Shinzo Abe likely to stay on as premier, close ally says
  • Mexico details capture of capo who 'never slept two nights in the same place'
  • Johnson fears loss of UK's power and magic if Scotland breaks away
  • Australia's Victoria reports lowest rise in COVID-19 cases in five weeks
  • Indians erect banners, pray for Kamala Harris to win U.S. election
  • Israeli, U.S. officials land in UAE, Kushner urges Palestinians to negotiate
  • White House says U.S. tracking explosion in Beirut closely
  • Greek PM to rejig cabinet: PM's office
  • Proportion of youth with COVID-19 triples in five months: WHO
  • UK transport minister says doesn't want to offer false hope on airport tests
  • Thai protesters stage anti-government rally despite activists release
  • Former Central African Republic interim leader to run in December poll
  • Taiwan's award-winning winemaker aims to revive fading tradition
  • Irish tourism boss quits after taking a vacation in Italy
  • Australian state premier apologises for cruise ship failures after COVID-19 spike
  • In milestone year, A-bomb survivor keeps up fight for nuclear disarmament
  • Former Catalan minister Puig should not be sent back to Spain, Brussels court says
  • Egypt's Sisi welcomes ceasefire calls by Libyan warring parties: statement
  • Pakistan blocks five dating apps including Tinder and Grindr
  • Malta police question former prime minister over journalist murder
  • Germany issues travel warnings for Brussels, French Guyana
  • India charges 19, including 7 Pakistanis, over Kashmir bombing
  • Zimbabwe president decries 'divisive falsehoods' over rights abuse claims
  • Explainer: How does Japan's PM Abe score on his policy agenda?
  • Canberra says not told why Australian journalist detained in China
  • Malaysian court jails teenager for killing 23 people in school fire
  • U.S. senators want to block drone sales to Saudis
  • Germany says protection of Kremlin critic Navalny is necessary
  • Austria warns against travel to Spain except Balearic, Canary islands
  • Keeper of Beirut's past looks to architectural future after blast
  • Russia detains serviceman for allegedly passing state secrets to Ukraine
  • Lebanon sees possible 'external interference' in port blast
  • Chilean court rejects U.S. extradition bid for arms dealer in 1993 case
  • Putin, Lukashenko discussed Belarus crisis on phone: Belarus state media
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll exceeds 21,000: health ministry
  • Turkish strike kills Iraqi border guards, Iraqi military says
  • Japan top government spokesman says important to maintain G7 framework
  • French President Macron: next six weeks crucial for Lebanon
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 711 to 233,575: RKI
  • Guinea's Conde accepts nomination to seek third term
  • Turkey in talks with Germany, China, Russia on vaccine trials
  • Beirut reels from huge blast as death toll climbs to at least 135
  • Middle East insurers seen taking bulk of losses from Beirut blast: sources
  • Three cranes collapse at India's biggest container port near Mumbai
  • Scotland bans household visits in Glasgow because of COVID-19
  • Thousands protest against Moon as Seoul scrambles to curb virus resurgence
  • Lebanon tribunal judge: No evidence of involvement by Hezbollah leadership in Hariri's killing
  • Ghana to reopen international air borders from September 1, says president
  • Greece registers highest daily tally of COVID 19 cases
  • Poland plans to fully reopen schools in September despite COVID-19 spike
  • Nearly half of Brazilians say Bolsonaro not to blame for coronavirus death toll, poll says
  • Flood-hit South Korea guards against coronavirus at relief shelters
  • UK says 'inappropriate' to comment on hacking of former trade minister's email
  • Factbox: India's long Ayodhya dispute as temple construction starts
  • China defence ministry says won't let U.S. 'cause trouble'
  • Germany: Optimistic we'll have a vaccine in coming months and certainly next year
  • Blast hits Libyan capital, residents say
  • Mountain village landslides kill 16 in Nepal, sweep away homes
  • House Democrats demand Pompeo, Esper provide witnesses for Afghan hearing
  • Danish spy agency shared information with U.S. intelligence: DR broadcaster
  • Azerbaijan accuses Moscow of arming Armenia since July clashes
  • Gambia president extends state of emergency as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Papua New Guinea bars Chinese workers in vaccine trial over virus risk: paper
  • Poland's health minister resigns after virus response criticised
  • 'I looked him in the eyes': Pakistan family watches mosque shooter face justice in New Zealand
  • Hong Kong reports 72 new coronavirus cases
  • India restores 4G internet services in parts of Kashmir
  • China vows retaliation if any U.S. action against journalists
  • Morocco may reimpose full lockdown as COVID-19 cases surge: King
  • Lebanon economy minister says has flour to last four months
  • IAEA chief Grossi plans trip to pressure Iran on access to suspect sites
  • UK diners snap up state-subsidised quinoa and steak
  • Factbox: High profile art thefts
  • Top Russian and U.S. diplomats discuss U.N. meeting on Iran
  • Belarus says it will respond to sanctions from Baltic states: RIA
  • Four hurt in blast, fire in publishers' area of Iran capital: state media
  • Belarus ambassador declares solidarity with protesters
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll exceeds 21,000: health ministry
  • For the art collector with everything, the $1.5 million COVID mask
  • U.S. health chief, visiting Taiwan, attacks China's pandemic response
  • Kushner hopes another Arab state normalises Israel ties within "months"
  • El Al to fly Israel's first flight to UAE by commercial carrier