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  • For black people in France, George Floyd protests are personal
  • Polish judges complain to ECHR over Supreme Court independence
  • Traffickers demand payments for Rohingya stranded at sea
  • Crowds gather for coronavirus tests in Beijing amid new outbreak
  • North Korea's Kim stresses self-sufficient economy as tensions with South Korea rise
  • Former Mexican bishop shot in neck after getting caught in crossfire
  • Erdogan backtracks on weekend lockdown after public backlash
  • Dutch riot police respond to disturbances after anti-racism protest in Rotterdam: ANP news
  • Japan's NHK to retrain staff after criticism of cartoon about black Americans
  • China's 'nervous' Xi risks new Cold War, last Hong Kong governor says
  • Brother of George Floyd urges U.N. probe into U.S. racism, violence
  • Saudi-led coalition says shot down two drones launched by Yemen's Houthis: agency
  • Deaths jump in Brazil's indigenous tribes as virus spreads
  • Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian attacker: army
  • Iran foreign minister confirms release of Iranian-American and U.S. Navy veteran
  • At least 12 Indian soldiers killed in border clashes with China
  • Sun-seeking Germans touch down in Mallorca in cautious tourism revival
  • British PM Johnson hosts global vaccine summit, calls for funding
  • Don't let the pub reopenings go to your head, warns UK PM Johnson
  • Australian state extends state of emergency as coronavirus cases spike
  • Irish PM says people should not book foreign holidays yet
  • Japan to partly ease travel restrictions with Vietnam
  • Brazen cartel attack in Mexico City opens new front in crime battle
  • Britain labels stabbing 'atrocity' in town park as terrorism
  • Russia to hold talks with Syria about obtaining more facilities, maritime access: Ifax
  • Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse on the longest day of the year
  • Hong Kong's Disneyland reopens after five-month coronavirus break
  • Thailand marks 28 days without local transmission, aims to ease travel
  • UAE says Turkish and Iranian interventions violate Iraqi sovereignty
  • Murder of indigenous Maya healer spurs calls for justice in Guatemala
  • Indonesia reports 1,082 new coronavirus cases, 51 deaths
  • Saudi Arabia will resume sports activities, without fans starting from June 21
  • Italy reports 53 COVID deaths on Sunday, 197 new cases
  • Exclusive: Europeans working with U.S. to restructure WHO, top official says
  • Malaysia reports two new coronavirus cases, one new death
  • Oldest and largest ancient Maya structure found in Mexico
  • Timeline: China's post-Tiananmen re-emergence onto the world
  • 'Punish with lashes': Peruvian peasant militias dole out rough justice in coronavirus fight
  • Factbox: Key details in draft of China's Hong Kong security law
  • Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
  • France to step up monitoring of COVID-19 in Sarcelles near Paris
  • Social taboos hinder Indonesia's fight against coronavirus
  • Refusing to be silenced, some Myanmar journalists work from shadows
  • Saudi Arabia will resume sports activities, without fans starting from June 21
  • China-EU summit in Germany postponed due to coronavirus
  • American wanted by FBI arrested in Indonesia for suspected child sex crimes
  • Coronavirus deaths near 44,000 in Brazil, No.2 global hotspot
  • Dozens in Hong Kong stage pro-democracy protest in shopping mall
  • UAE to shorten Covid-19 prevention curfew by two hours
  • Ireland says international quarantine to remain at least until July 9
  • Macron to address French nation on Sunday: report
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 301 to 183,979 - RKI
  • Kazakh malls, markets to close at weekend as capital issues stay-home order
  • Thai PM warns against criticism of the monarchy
  • Brazil court to hear cases seeking to invalidate election on Tuesday
  • UK ready to quit EU on 'Australia terms' if no Brexit deal, Johnson says
  • Hong Kong's Carrie Lam to address top U.N. rights forum on Tuesday
  • Turkish police block lawyers marching to Ankara against bill
  • Turkey orders detention of more than 400 people with alleged Gulen links
  • Attack on Taiwan an option to stop independence, top China general says
  • Church of England says ashamed of its role in slavery
  • Austria to loosen face-mask requirement, scrap table-size limit in bars
  • Video calls connect anxious parents to hospitalized newborns in Colombia
  • Villagers in Togo mourn homes swallowed by the sea
  • India says Chinese move to build structure in its territory led to clashes
  • Russia's PM says 'grounds for cautious optimism' in coronavirus fight
  • U.S. in talks with Japan after Aegis Ashore missile defense system suspension: official
  • Factbox: Trade, climate and digital issues in EU-China ties
  • China says sticking to climate pledges despite coronavirus outbreak
  • Temporary pact reached on funding South Korean workers at U.S. bases
  • Congo justice minister released after questioning by prosecutors: police
  • Afghan media ask government to scrap new rules they say could hurt press freedom
  • Thailand reports 1 new coronavirus case, no new deaths
  • Senegal postpones school restart after teachers test positive for coronavirus
  • Australia would welcome official invitation to G7, says government spokesman
  • Mexico antitrust body takes government to Supreme Court over energy policy
  • Trump says it's 'common sense' to include Russia in G7
  • Brazil House Speaker Maia says he will decide on impeachment at 'appropriate time'
  • Caribbean chokes on monster Saharan dust cloud headed toward the U.S.
  • South Korean unification minister offers to step down, Yonhap says
  • HSBC and StanChart back China security law for Hong Kong
  • Australian state reinstates restrictions after spike in coronavirus cases
  • Kosovo picks new government promising deal with Serbia
  • Germany puts regional branch of nationalist AfD under surveillance
  • Facing crisis, Cuba calls on citizens to grow more of their own food
  • Thailand reports 1 new coronavirus case, no new deaths
  • New Zealand no longer free of coronavirus as two women test positive
  • Exclusive: Bottlenecks? Glass vial makers prepare for COVID-19 vaccine
  • Japan's Dentsu evacuates Tokyo HQ after bomb threat
  • With 'lone wolf' event and wide space, Canada's COVID-19 capital looks to tempt tourists
  • Life imitates art as Russian group attracts mock-up masterpieces
  • Protests roll on against 'worldwide' racism
  • Putin chides Nornickel, orders law change after Arctic fuel spill
  • In Gaza, two babies fall victim to stalled Israeli-Palestinian ties
  • New Zealand may remove all virus restriction next week
  • U.N. rights experts condemn Israel's annexation plan and U.S. support
  • Four rockets fall inside Baghdad's Green Zone, no casualties: military statement
  • A scaled-down ceremony at Windsor marks Queen Elizabeth's official birthday
  • Czech Republic's daily number of new coronavirus cases highest since April 8
  • U.S. lawmakers say Uighur bill supports China's Muslims