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  • East Congo Ebola outbreak no longer an international emergency, says WHO
  • Russian war veterans quarantined before watching parade with Putin, says Kremlin
  • Coronavirus, spreading in Brazil's interior, threatens to 'boomerang' back to major cities
  • U.S. is 'trouble maker' in China-Canada relationship, Chinese envoy to Canada says
  • Brazil registers 39,436 additional coronavirus cases, 1,374 deaths
  • Bosnia's security minister to resign over migrant dispute
  • Pompeo welcomes agreement for U.N. Libya talks, urges speedy ceasefire process
  • Britons clap their support for health workers
  • French police disperse crowd marking 2016 death of black man
  • Nepal's parliament approves map including territory controlled by India
  • UK committed to working with stats watchdog over virus, says PM's spokesman
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 506 more coronavirus cases
  • Rio Tinto loses Australian indigenous backing after blasting sacred caves
  • Thailand and Myanmar burn seized drugs worth $2 billion
  • How a vaccine made of mosquito spit could help stop the next epidemic
  • India's Mumbai braces for monsoon diseases amid strain of a pandemic
  • EU ready to go it alone on taxation of digital firms
  • Parts of Madrid and Barcelona airports to reopen July 1: operator Aena
  • Russian chefs in naked lockdown protest after virus strips them of income
  • Twitter takes down Beijing-backed influence operation pushing coronavirus messages
  • Veteran Kashmir separatist quits secessionist alliance
  • Britain's COVID-19 app: The game changer that wasn't
  • Artist Banksy has new take on toppled statue of English slave trader
  • Ivory Coast to allow international flights from July 1
  • Britain condemns Houthis' missile attack on Riyadh
  • South Korea to extend virus guidelines on prevention, sanitation
  • Saudi Arabia will resume sports activities, without fans starting from June 21
  • Russia to vote on July 1 on reforms that could extend Putin's rule
  • German court hands far-right AfD victory in 'subversion' row with minister
  • Colombia arrests 50 for plant and animal trafficking
  • Spain reports no new COVID-19 deaths, 71 new cases
  • EU chiefs express 'great concerns' about Hong Kong at China summit
  • Russian strategic document names strike weapons deployed in space as key military threat: RIA
  • Local lockdown ordered in English city of Leicester over high COVID infection rate
  • Erdogan backtracks on weekend lockdown after public backlash
  • Churchill statue and war memorial boarded up before London protests
  • UK COVID-19 confirmed death toll rises by 215 to 38,376
  • Nepal's parliament approves map including territory controlled by India
  • Palestinians snub tax handover by Israel over annexation plan
  • Lightning strikes kill over 100 in two Indian states
  • Fighting in Taiwan parliament after opposition occupies chamber
  • South Korea to resume WTO complaint over Japan's export curbs after talks stall
  • U.S. sanctions, coronavirus make for Iran's toughest year, Rouhani says
  • Chile says accounting errors led to omission of 31,000 coronavirus cases
  • India overtakes Italy's coronavirus tally as lockdown easing looms
  • China likely lost at least 40 soldiers in border clash: Indian minister
  • Coronavirus crisis could see number of extreme poor rise to 1.1 billion worldwide: researchers
  • PM Johnson tells Macron: Brexit talks cannot stretch into autumn
  • Divert weapons funding to research to prevent next pandemic, pope says
  • Guatemala president to work remotely after 18 staff get coronavirus
  • Timeline: China's post-Tiananmen re-emergence onto the world
  • EU becoming safer, better-off and healthier - but less gender-equal
  • In New Zealand, shopping, parties and big hugs mark start of 'COVID-free' life
  • Australian officials warn against travel to new coronavirus hotspots
  • China warns students about choosing Australia, citing racist incidents
  • India says Chinese move to build structure in its territory led to clashes
  • Extreme poverty in Italy was falling before coronavirus, survey shows
  • Johnson says China's actions in Hong Kong risk eroding Sino-UK agreement
  • EU says engagement needed to build trust with Turkey after migration dispute
  • Spain expects swift decision on travel corridor with Britain: source
  • Factbox: U.N. programmes in Yemen at risk of going broke
  • Norway must keep strict border controls to avoid new infections: PM
  • U.S. decision to withdraw troops from Germany "unacceptable" - Merkel ally
  • Turkey orders detention of more than 400 people with alleged Gulen links
  • 'Black Lives Matter' banner removed at U.S. embassy in South Korea after Trump displeased: sources
  • New Zealand extends cruise ship ban, tightens rules to contain virus at border
  • Taliban prisoner issue almost resolved, peace talks expected 'soon': sources, officials
  • Mexico's president accuses Spain's Iberdrola of 'hidden' media attack
  • Thailand ends curfew, marks 21 days with no local coronavirus cases
  • Some business travel to Thailand may resume next month, official says
  • Congo PM threatens government resignation over minister's arrest
  • France's Macron orders review into 'pressure' on former rival's legal case
  • U.S. farming body and Zambian firm partner aim to boost crop yields
  • Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse on the longest day of the year
  • Brazil highway operator CCR says traffic has rebounded sharply
  • Some Amazon villagers eschew drugs for COVID-19, take 'toothache plant' herbal tea
  • Spain expects swift decision on travel corridor with Britain: source
  • Czechs to free up travel with Germany, Austria, Hungary on Friday: CTK agency
  • Zambian health minister arrested for corruption
  • Duterte's 'draconian' anti-terror bill alarms activists in Philippines
  • Slovenia opens borders to citizens of 14 states
  • Delhi to use 500 railway coaches as hospital facilities to fight coronavirus
  • Bulgaria extends epidemic emergency until end of June
  • China says ex-soccer star's call for ouster of Communist Party is 'absurd'
  • China says ex-soccer star's call for ouster of Communist Party is 'absurd'
  • UK COVID-19 death toll rises by 36, lowest daily tally during lockdown
  • UK racism commission should report by the end of this year, says PM's spokesman
  • Officials remove statue of 18th century slave trader in London
  • UK PM Johnson says: Don't expect another national lockdown
  • Saudi Cabinet denounces attacks by Yemen's Houthis on Saudi Arabia: SPA
  • Philippine officials visit disputed South China Sea island
  • Court upholds Swiss officer's graft conviction for Russia bear hunt
  • Trump's troop cut in Germany blindsided senior U.S. officials, sources say
  • COVID-19 crisis shakes Brazil, but Bolsonaro keeps impeachment at bay
  • Pompeo says U.S. considers welcoming Hong Kong people, entrepreneurs
  • Leader of London BLM protests demands meeting with Johnson
  • Israeli parliament sessions suspended after lawmaker gets coronavirus
  • Meeting between Pompeo, and China's top diplomat Yang under way: official
  • Kazakh police detain dozens of anti-government protesters
  • U.S. to allow Iranian-American doctor to visit Iran as part of a prisoner deal