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  • English tracing scheme shows weekly COVID-19 cases highest since May
  • UK COVID-19 R rate rises to 1.0-1.2, epidemic could be growing
  • China says its relationship with the Vatican has been improving
  • Protesters in France's Marseille rebel against COVID shutdown
  • Togo president names Victoire Tomegah-Dogbe as prime minister
  • Hundreds of Belarus protesters say they were beaten by police, demand justice
  • Macron presses Lebanese politicians as cabinet deadline looms
  • Parliament will debate coronavirus measures, says UK PM Johnson
  • Exclusive: China sharply expands mass labor program in Tibet
  • First woman working at the barbers of Babylon shrugs off abuse
  • 'Justice prevailed:' Salvadoran ex-colonel gets 133 years for priest slayings
  • Travellers snap up Asian airlines' scenic 'flights to nowhere'
  • Military plane carrying air force cadets crashes in Ukraine, killing 22
  • Spain reports 31,785 new coronavirus cases since Friday
  • Malaysia won't extradite Uighurs to China, minister says
  • Lebanon's Hariri says no sect has exclusive right to ministries
  • Colombian unions, students seek to revive mass protests against government, police violence
  • France will not let Lebanon down: source close to Macron
  • Beijing unveils new protections for health emergency whistleblowers
  • Brazil Supreme Court Justice de Mello to step down three weeks early
  • UK's Gove says Brexit treaty undercut clauses will remain in bill
  • 'There's nothing we can do,' striking South African undertakers tell bereaved
  • Mexico records 3,486 new coronavirus cases, 223 more deaths
  • Russia supplies Covid-19 vaccine to Belarus for clinical trials
  • Russia has very serious questions to answer on Navalny: UK
  • In Paris knife attack one suspect Pakistani, one Algerian: police source
  • Taiwan holding five Hong Kongers picked up at sea: sources
  • China coal mine accident kills 16, Xinhua says
  • Ireland's Varadkar says 'kamikaze' British threat to break law has backfired
  • Germany won't take risky short-cuts on COVID-19 vaccines: minister
  • English tourists rush back from Portugal to avoid COVID-19 quarantine
  • Five children found dead in German flat, mother tried to kill herself
  • Jailed American accused by Venezuela of spying was not sent by U.S.: official
  • Colombia minister asks forgiveness as police brutality protests continue
  • Mali's M5-RFP coalition rejects junta's post-coup charter
  • Tunisian police kill three suspected militants after fatal attack on officer
  • Ten Tanzanian schoolchildren killed in dormitory fire
  • Navalny's condition improving, police guard stepped up: Der Spiegel
  • France's Macron says to seek common EU position on Turkey
  • Afghan peace talks open with calls for ceasefire, women's rights
  • Militia enters city unopposed in east Congo, surrounds prison
  • For Greek camp migrants, COVID-19 quarantine was spark
  • Portugal reports 646 new coronavirus cases, record since April 20
  • PM Johnson calls on leaders to build back greener after coronavirus
  • Two French soldiers killed, one injuredin Mali - Presidency
  • UK Brexit negotiator sees no guarantee EU will OK food imports from UK
  • Top Scottish law officer Richard Keen resigns
  • Traditional 'Bunraku' puppets for children help Japanese master endure coronavirus shutdown
  • Chinese fishing vessels leave area near Ecuador's Galapagos
  • Malaysia power struggle set to drag on as king recuperates in hospital
  • South Korea police arrests defector trying to cross back to North Korea
  • U.S. mulls sanctions on anyone involved in Belarus rights abuses, Pompeo says
  • Poland calls on Germany to halt Nord Stream 2 amid Navalny case
  • WHO says vaccine safety top priority, as AstraZeneca pauses study
  • French police arrest man in probe of horse killings: TV
  • Advisory: Story on Greece says to resume exploratory talks with Turkey is withdrawn
  • Iran's rial hits record low as tension spikes with the U.S.
  • Tropical Storm Paulette takes aim at Bermuda, gaining strength
  • UK records 2,919 new daily COVID cases
  • Moussa Traore, who led Mali's first military coup, dies at 83
  • Philippines urges virus vigilance after lowest cases in eight weeks
  • Britain will not withdraw legislation as EU asks, says Gove
  • Peru's Vizcarra survives ouster vote in Congress impeachment trial amid economic turmoil
  • Hong Kong press body says new police media rules could limit scrutiny
  • Sri Lanka to take legal action against tanker's owner after fire
  • Germany pressed to rethink Nord Stream 2 pipeline after Navalny poisoning
  • England Test and Trace reports tripling of COVID-19 cases since late August
  • Thousands protest in Pakistan over reprinting of Mohammad cartoons in France
  • Philippines confirms 3,962 new coronavirus cases, 100 more deaths
  • Belarus's Tsikhanouskaya: each country should make its own decision on sanctions
  • China cabinet approves two nuclear power projects: state media
  • Swedes confidence in PM's handling of coronavirus crisis declining, poll shows
  • U.S. base commander calls Chinese Guam attack video 'propaganda'
  • Turkey has not given up on rights in east Mediterranean - minister
  • Czech Republic says 19 died with coronavirus on September 23
  • UK's Lewis expresses optimism for a solution to legislation row
  • Arms depot of Iran-backed Hezbollah explodes in Lebanon, source says
  • France's Macron says working for new Libya meeting to solve crisis
  • UK Brexit negotiator sees no guarantee EU will OK food imports from UK
  • Special Report: A killing at sea implicates the armed forces in lawless Venezuela
  • Russia has agreed to lend Belarus $1.5 billion, Putin says at talks with Lukashenko
  • Twenty-nine German police suspended for sharing pictures of Hitler
  • Former Japan PM Abe visits Yasukuni Shrine for war dead
  • French President: keen to help guarantee Iraq's security and economic sovereignty
  • Exclusive: Thailand tells universities to stop students' calls for monarchy reform
  • UK PM Johnson warns on COVID: We've reached perilous turning point
  • Russia-Belarus military drills are not targeting other countries: Ifax
  • Russia scrambles jets to escort U.S. bombers over Black Sea: news agencies
  • Argentina's wetlands under assault by worst fires in more than a decade
  • Woman charged with sending ricin letter to Trump to remain in U.S. custody
  • France has no plan to order a new coronavirus lockdown: minister
  • Philippines' Duterte keeps one meter social distancing rule
  • Czech Republic daily count of coronavirus cases drops to 985
  • Earthquake of magnitude 6.3 strikes near Mindanao, Philippines -USGS
  • Moscow ramps up COVID hospitals to handle 'big second wave': sources
  • Virtual schooling in pandemic sharpens divide for Bolivia's poor
  • Pope to travel outside Rome for first time since coronavirus pandemic
  • Netanyahu and Chad official discuss possible exchange of envoys: Israeli statement
  • Bulgarian court sentences populist party leader for extortion
  • Oman to restart international flights on October 1 - government tweet