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  • Police arrest seven after British special forces board tanker
  • France's Macron: stepping up deployment of soldiers after Nice attack
  • North Korea unveils 'monster' new intercontinental ballistic missile at parade
  • U.S. calls for WHO reforms, timely information on outbreaks
  • UK's Raab says: we're disappointed by EU but a deal can be done
  • UK's Johnson to tell European Council head: time is in short supply for deal, says spokesman
  • Bitter rivals, familiar faces and fears as Ivory Coast votes for president
  • U.S. moves forward with sale of 50 F-35 jets to UAE - sources
  • State funeral held for former Canadian Prime Minister John Turner
  • Head of Mexico's navy tests positive for COVID-19
  • India allows states to reopen schools gradually amid rising coronavirus cases
  • Australia to discuss security, economic recovery at 'Quad' meeting with Japan, India, U.S
  • Chile protest marred as teenager falls from bridge amid police clashes
  • English group puts on hold legal challenge after pubs closures limited
  • France's COVID-19 cases at record high, new restrictions expected
  • Troops, helicopters hunt for survivors after deadly Vietnam landslides
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says 37 more of its military killed in latest conflict
  • EU warns not enough COVID vaccines for all in Europe until 2022
  • Ankara says Athens has no right to oppose work 15km from Turkish coast
  • EU gives Turkey until early December to de-escalate, chairman says
  • 'Be one with the fish': aquarium yoga among Hong Kong Ocean Park's new offerings
  • Belgium tightens social contact rules as coronavirus cases surge
  • China expects to meet poverty alleviation goal, sustainability the next test
  • Pompeo criticizes Turkey's involvement in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Special Report: For Black South African rugby player, a COVID victory, and loss
  • North Korea says China dust could spread COVID-19, warns people to stay inside
  • Trump administration sets record low limit for new U.S. refugees
  • Technical problem with coronavirus data ongoing, says health minister
  • Nigerian soldiers fire at protesters, at least two hit: witnesses
  • Spain's regions tighten COVID-19 measures as one million case milestone looms
  • Johnson faces party rebellion over early pub closure rules, defeat unlikely
  • Thai police turn water cannon on defiant protesters
  • Magufuli wins re-election in Tanzania, says electoral commission
  • Ahead of U.S. election, Trump ends a U.S. restriction applying to Israeli settlements
  • Factbox: Voices from Armenia and Azerbaijan on the Karabakh conflict
  • Timeline: Australian writer faces espionage trial in China
  • Philippines says it and China reaffirm strong relations
  • Britain will work hard for EU deal by mid-October, says PM's spokesman
  • Kidnapped politician, French aid worker to be freed in Mali prisoner swap
  • Armenia and Azerbaijan say they have agreed Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire
  • Erdogan tells Trudeau suspension of drone exports is against alliance spirit
  • Timeline: Australian writer faces espionage trial in China
  • Explainer: Why New Zealand's MMP electoral system usually provides a close race
  • Canada will continue to stand up against Chinese human rights abuses, PM Trudeau says
  • 'Exhausted' French healthcare workers tell Macron to hire more medics
  • Putin rejects Donald Trump's criticism of Biden family business
  • Mid-October still goal for EU trade deal, says UK PM's spokesman
  • Guinea's president retains lead in first round of voting- electoral commission
  • Rising COVID-19 cases push Spain's regions to call for tighter restrictions
  • Taiwan lays to rest 'Mr Democracy' Lee Teng-hui
  • Technical problem with coronavirus data ongoing, says health minister
  • Channeling 'anger into art', artists in Beirut process blast
  • Twitter suspends account of Al Masirah TV run by Yemen's Houthis
  • Exclusive: White House advances drone and missile sales to Taiwan - sources
  • Chile keeps eye on Chinese fishing fleet along South American coast
  • Nagorno-Karabakh reports about 23 more losses on Wednesday: ministry
  • Farmers ask EU parliament to ban terms such as 'veggie burger'
  • U.S. probing circumstances of death of American embassy employee in Ukraine
  • Factbox: What is the Malabar exercise, and why is it significant?
  • Greece to shut most bars, restaurants in country for month from Tuesday
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says death toll among its military rises to 555 since start of conflict
  • Belarus to export gasoline cargo via Russian port amid dispute with EU, sources say
  • Taiwan president calls for 'meaningful dialogue' with China
  • EU watchdog to clarify share trading after full Brexit
  • U.S. moves forward with sale of 50 F-35 jets to UAE - sources
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys drone launched by Yemen's Houthis towards kingdom - SPA
  • Vatican to push for religious freedom as China deal extended
  • Azerbaijan's leader says no end to fighting until Armenia sets pullout timetable
  • South Korea will press on with flu vaccinations, sees no link to deaths: KDCA
  • Belarus says arson attack on police office in Mozyr was act of terrorism: Belta
  • China passes biosecurity law to prevent infectious diseases
  • Factbox: Kyrgyzstan slides again into political turmoil
  • China reports 49 new coronavirus cases, conducting mass testing in Xinjiang
  • 'Be one with the fish': aquarium yoga among Hong Kong Ocean Park's new offerings
  • Saudi Arabia restructures top religious and advisory bodies
  • Italy tops 2,000 daily coronavirus cases for first time since April: health ministry
  • Police set up traffic controls as Madrid heads back into lockdown
  • Merkel reinforces appeal to reduce contacts as German infections rise
  • 'Perfect storm': How Nigeria's peaceful police protests turned violent
  • WHO 'outraged' by sex abuse reports in Congo Ebola operation
  • Defiant protesters take over Bangkok streets, PM seeks talks
  • French Muslim leader says Muslims should ignore controversial cartoons
  • EU cuts Canada from safe traveller list, adds Singapore
  • Fires burn in Lagos after Nigerian soldiers shoot anti-police protesters
  • 'Goodbye, teacher': Argentina mourns after death of beloved cartoonist Quino
  • Kuwait cabinet approves decree for December 5 parliamentary vote
  • Russia's Lavrov says Moscow willing to host Azeri and Armenian counterparts for talks
  • Young Egyptian remembers father killed by COVID-19 as she heads back to school
  • Despite COVID-19, new wave of Venezuelan migrants heads to Colombia
  • Ten migrant bodies washed up on Djibouti coast
  • Greenland 'proud' its role in U.S. security recognised as air base sore point resolved
  • Congo leader boosts influence with new constitutional court judges
  • Race tightening between Bolivia's main candidates as election nears, poll shows
  • Azeri foreign minister?says Nagorno-Karabakh truce is temporary
  • Explainer: Lithium, Morales and cocaine - What's at stake as Bolivia votes?
  • Establishment parties sweep Kyrgyzstan's election
  • Britain changes vaccine rollout measures for COVID and flu
  • IOC chief Bach says Olympic Games cannot be 'marketplace of demonstrations'
  • U.N. nuclear watchdog inspects second Iranian site as agreed with Tehran
  • Coronavirus forces Mexicans to celebrate Day of the Dead early