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  • Venezuelan media name alleged U.S. spy arrested near refinery complex
  • Brazil reports 40,557 new coronavirus cases, 983 deaths
  • Spain to cut coronavirus quarantine to 10 from 14 days, SER radio says
  • Sex workers say Brussels prostitution ban drives them underground
  • Philippine court to hear appeal against early release of U.S. Marine convicted of killing transgender woman
  • U.N.'s Guterres calls for $35 billion more for WHO COVID-19 programme
  • UK PM Johnson to say withdrawal agreement is 'contradictory' on Northern Ireland: Telegraph
  • Australia sends troops to help contain virus on ore ship near Port Hedland
  • Saudi dissidents form pro-democracy political group
  • Visegrad Four grouping push back on new EU migration plan
  • Switzerland sends 2,500 students into quarantine after hotel school COVID outbreak
  • Guatemala's president says he's a 'high-risk' patient after coronavirus diagnosis
  • Three Somali special forces killed, U.S. officer wounded in car bomb, Somali official says
  • Brexit - UK minister: My answer on breaking the law was correct
  • About 9,000 migrants on Greece's Lesbos move into tent camp after fire
  • Myanmar’s Suu Kyi vows victory in election as campaign starts despite virus surge
  • Japan's Suga says coronavirus a top priority, to stay on Abe policy course
  • Dutch daily COVID cases hit new high, also pass 100,000 in all
  • Dawn patrol: Parisians queue in dark for COVID tests
  • British minister plays down Brexit showdown
  • Amnesty halts India operations, saying it is being silenced
  • Factbox: A stern enforcer who does 100 sit-ups daily - some facts about Japan's Suga
  • Two civilians die in gunfight with military police near dam protest in northern Mexico
  • UK to impose further COVID restrictions in large parts of England
  • In Baltics, Macron defends French dialogue with Russia
  • Spain reports 31,428 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday
  • Less than 10,000 getting COVID-19 each day, UK health minister says
  • U.S. prosecutors indict two Iranians over alleged hacking spree
  • Factbox: New cabinet, same faces - Japan's new PM Suga keeps key ministers
  • Croatia's bar, restaurant owners halt work to seek help over coronavirus crisis
  • France reports 7,071 new daily COVID-19 infections
  • How might West respond to Russia over Navalny poisoning?
  • U.S. charges three Iranians over satellite tech firm hacking
  • Saudi Arabia sentences seven Islamist militants to death over killings of Shi'ites
  • Polish deputy minister questions independence of Dutch judges
  • Former Ukraine president Poroshenko contracts coronavirus
  • UK pubs could face new COVID restrictions soon, UK minister says
  • Britain not threatening to 'tear up' Withdrawal Agreement: UK minister
  • Polish deputy foreign minister says Navalny situation very worrying: PAP
  • Greece struggles to bring migrants into temporary camp after fire
  • Germany advises against tourist trips to batch of European destinations
  • Opposition in Belarus calls for civil disobedience campaign after Lukashenko's inauguration
  • Don't be complacent about COVID, British health minister says
  • British ministers prepare for social lockdown in northern Britain, London: The Times
  • Brazil reports 51,194 coronavirus cases, 907 deaths
  • Call the police on parties and don't mingle, says Patel
  • Navalny ally says Russian investigation would show Putin responsible for poisoning
  • UK risks new lockdown as COVID cases hit highest since May
  • Scientists see downsides to top COVID-19 vaccines from Russia, China
  • Swiss probe terrorism link to fatal stabbing of Portuguese man
  • UK fraud office seizes jewels, Rolex watches linked to fugitive
  • Turkey's arrest of lawyers draws international criticism
  • Indonesia reports its biggest daily rise in coronavirus infections
  • Briton hit by speedboat on Corfu died of injuries from propeller, coroner says
  • U.N. investigator on Belarus warns of 'another Iron curtain'
  • First woman working at the barbers of Babylon shrugs off abuse
  • Ireland reports most daily coronavirus cases since May
  • Aoun says Lebanon faces cabinet crisis, no solution on horizon
  • Serbia commemorates daring World War Two airlift mission with monument
  • At least 24 migrants drowned off Libya: IOM
  • World's youth rallies against climate change
  • Japan's Suga: want to cut cellphone charges in Japan by around 40%
  • Guatemalan president and minister have coronavirus, cabinet to test
  • Greenpeace activists protest outside French presidential palace
  • Japan's Suga says wants to continue Abe policies after winning LDP race
  • Ex-first daughter of Angola Neto says no wrongdoing by husband in Swiss corruption probe
  • Greek wildfire rages near Athens, residential areas evacuated
  • U.S. faces hurdles in trying to nudge Belarus toward democracy
  • Brazil to join COVAX vaccine facility, as Chile, Israel, UAE also sign up
  • U.N. Security Council concerned by clashes over Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Russia says U.S. sanctions on Iran will not affect Moscow-Tehran cooperation: Ifax
  • Japan health workers snub COVID-19 database as PM Suga seeks to digitize government
  • Mali's M5-RFP coalition rejects junta's post-coup charter
  • U.N. experts, activists seek probe of Philippines drug war killings
  • Former Japan PM Abe visits Yasukuni Shrine for war dead
  • EU details energy savings and renewables push to reach tougher climate target
  • Bolsonaro plays down Amazon fires, accuses NGOs of blocking land titling
  • UK nears 4,000 new daily COVID-19 cases, highest since May
  • Thousands protest in Pakistan over reprinting of Mohammad cartoons in France
  • Putin says Russia and U.S. should agree not to meddle in each other's elections
  • Guatemalan president and minister have coronavirus, cabinet to test
  • Mexico reports 3,182 new coronavirus cases, 201 new deaths
  • Deer bucks the odds to escape French hunters
  • Romania reopens schools under strict rules as coronavirus cases rise
  • Hong Kong residents arrested at sea 'will have to be dealt with' by mainland China: Lam
  • Russian excess deaths over summer outstrip COVID toll by more than 3 to 1
  • Australia's COVID-19 hotspot on track for easing curbs, faces three lawsuits
  • White House says five more countries seriously considering Israel deals
  • Azerbaijan says 12 Azeri civilians killed, 35 wounded by Armenian fire
  • Traditional 'Bunraku' puppets for children help Japanese master endure coronavirus shutdown
  • Argentina seeks clarity from Paraguay over deaths of two 11-year-old 'rebels'
  • Sri Lanka navy official says no real danger of oil spill from stricken supertanker
  • Iran state TV shows wrestling star's purportedconfession to murder
  • Kremlin: bottle in Navalny case could have been evidence, but was removed from Russia
  • Slovakia reports record spike in coronavirus cases
  • Honduras hopes to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem by end of year
  • Former Japan PM Abe visits Yasukuni Shrine for war dead
  • Japan's Suga seeks solid communications with Asian neighbors
  • Cyprus says committed to peace talks, but not at gunpoint
  • More than 1 billion people face displacement by 2050 - report