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  • Audemars Piguet springs open spiral watch museum
  • Tokyo confirms 58 new cases of coronavirus infection: TV Asahi
  • 'Numerous' reports of looting in retaken Libyan towns, UN says
  • Turkish warplanes strike Kurdish targets in northern Iraq
  • Russia reports lowest daily rise in coronavirus cases since late April
  • Brother of George Floyd backs U.N. probe into U.S. racism, violence
  • Bangladeshis killed in Libya were abducted and tortured, Foreign Ministry says
  • India says China amassed troops along border in violation of agreements
  • Merkel, Erdogan agree U.N. process for Libya should be bolstered: statement
  • Disagreement on WHO hindering U.N. Security Council conference: RIA
  • Beirut's nightlife on the brink as pandemic compounds financial crisis
  • HBO suspends show of comedian embroiled in racism row with Mexican president
  • Defence wants more time in Dutch MH17 trial after Covid-19 delays
  • U.S., China discuss need for full transparency to fight coronavirus
  • PepsiCo China food processing factory halted after COVID-19 infection found
  • U.S. prosecutors say Britain's Prince Andrew not cooperating in Epstein probe
  • Facing crisis, Cuba calls on citizens to grow more of their own food
  • Factbox: Irish coalition sets out programme for government
  • Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse on the longest day of the year
  • Factbox: Some options open to Trump in response to Hong Kong crisis
  • Beijing confirms eight new COVID-19 cases in first seven hours of June 14
  • Brazil court probes ex-minister's trip to Miami, skirting quarantine
  • Turkey releases three journalists on trial for reporting deaths of intelligence officers
  • Japan to keep close watch over disputed islands: Suga
  • Activist Joshua Wong says he plans to run for Hong Kong legislature
  • Britain sets out review criteria for travel quarantine plans
  • Poland's Duda ahead in presidential election first round
  • Mexico antitrust body takes government to Supreme Court over energy policy
  • Montenegro reports first new coronavirus case since May 5
  • Ex-China ambassador ignored Swedish policy in Gui Minhai case, says prosecutor
  • Malawi media give opposition candidate 55% lead in presidential election
  • Digital love: Britons to embrace lessons of COVID-19 dating as rules ease
  • Health officials warn new Irish PM over reopening air travel
  • Syria says new tougher U.S. sanctions breach international law
  • Notre-Dame renovation teams play catch-up as lockdown eases
  • Hezbollah leader says dollar injections needed, accuses U.S. of deepening shortage
  • U.N. chief urges peaceful U.S. protests, calls on leaders to listen, show restraint
  • First foreign flight to Greek island carries German COVID-19 'heroes'
  • Indonesia reports 700 new coronavirus infections
  • Singapore rushes to build housing for 60,000 migrant workers after virus outbreak
  • Czech coronavirus cases rise just as holidays start
  • Iran to send black boxes from downed Ukrainian airliner to Ukraine: minister
  • Lithuania sings its thanks for quick virus containment
  • WHO director for Americas says 226,000 have died of COVID-19 in region
  • Threat of Brazil military coup unfounded, retired generals say
  • Germany should not rule out Russia sanctions over Berlin murder: Merkel ally
  • Eiffel Tower in Paris to welcome back visitors on June 25
  • China eases flight curbs after United States targets its carriers
  • Factbox: Quotes of fear, defiance and hope as the coronavirus pandemic spans the globe
  • U.N. chief regrets North Korea decision to cut hotlines with South
  • UK's top senior civil servant steps down as Johnson adviser seeks change
  • Panama exhumes 19 bodies in search of victims of 1989 U.S. invasion
  • Venezuela's rival leaders begin tug-of-war over London gold
  • Rhodes Must Fall - Oxford protesters target statue of colonialist
  • UK records around 64,500 excess deaths during pandemic, ONS official says
  • West African bloc urges Mali to re-run disputed elections amid mass protests
  • Georgia to send doctors to Armenia to fight coronavirus
  • Mexico posts record number of new coronavirus infections
  • U.S. navy ship navigates near Venezuelan coast after Iranian cargo ship arrives
  • Europe tells U.S.: we won't back unilateral Iran sanctions snapback
  • Spain plans 3.7 billion euro auto sector aid package, says PM
  • Spain reopens its borders as state of emergency comes to an end
  • UK support for Johnson's Conservatives falls as COVID deaths rise
  • North Korea suggests U.N. chief pretending to act like a drunk
  • Factbox: Irish coalition sets out programme for government
  • Fuel leak risk at Arctic mining site flagged by Russia years before spill: RBC
  • Dutch drink offenders to get teetotal tag to keep them dry
  • New Zealand man charged for murdering police officer
  • As lockdown eases, Iran's mosques to resume daily prayers
  • China condemns 'provocative' U.S. military flight over Taiwan
  • Faster than machines, jobless Palestinian graduates bring in Gaza's crops
  • Black EU lawmaker says victim of police violence in Brussels
  • Militants kill 20 soldiers, 40 civilians in northeast Nigeria attacks
  • Extreme poverty in Italy was falling before coronavirus, survey shows
  • France will end coronavirus emergency health powers on July 10
  • Beijing says it will respond if Washington keeps targeting Chinese media
  • Zoom suspends U.S.-based activists' account after Tiananmen event
  • Britain announces 160 million pounds in humanitarian aid to Yemen: minister
  • Germany looks at buying new maritime patrol aircraft: document
  • Many Jordanians struggling as country emerges from COVID-19 lockdown, U.N. agency says
  • Armenia releases former president Kocharyan on $4 million bail
  • South Africa loosens lockdown in economic recovery effort
  • Venezuela's Zulia state emerges as coronavirus hot spot
  • UK must reveal state-aid plan to unblock Brexit talks, EU warns - FT
  • South Korea's Moon urges North to keep peace deals, return to talks
  • Drought adds to Belgian farmers' coronavirus misery
  • British nurse says time is now right to call out racism
  • Ex-U.S. marine jailed by Russia on spying charges hopes for prisoner swap: Ifax
  • Factbox: Global surge in coronavirus cases raise fears about second wave
  • Swiss parliament paves way for coronavirus tracing app rollout this month
  • WHO sending team to China to investigate origins of coronavirus
  • Eight suspects arrested in South Africa's 'biggest bank robbery' VBS fraud case
  • Shanghai to quarantine all who arrive from mid to high-risk COVID-19 areas in China
  • South Korea says Bolton's memoir on Trump-Kim summit is distorted
  • Russia says its prisoners in Libya main obstacle to bilateral cooperation: minister
  • UK to unveil lockdown easing plans this week, health minister says
  • European court rules against France in Israel boycott activist case
  • Tanzanian president Magufuli dissolves parliament before vote, touts development record
  • Italy records 111 new coronavirus deaths, 416 new cases
  • Austria to loosen face-mask requirement, scrap table-size limit in bars