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  • NHC: Eta strengthens into category 2 hurricane near Nicaragua
  • Austrian chancellor says Vienna shooting was a 'repulsive terror attack'
  • Lebanon's President Aoun vows to see through new PM nomination
  • New Caledonia rejects full independence from France again
  • France to deploy 12,000 police to enforce corona curfews
  • Kremlin says no cause for optimism in nuclear arms talks with U.S.
  • Huge explosion heard in Syria's city of Deraa: state TV
  • Kyrgyz president orders military to quell unrest
  • American Islamic State supporters held by Kurds back in U.S. custody: DOJ
  • Czech Republic's coronavirus daily tally tops 15,000 for first time
  • Lithuanian election winner pledges more women in government
  • Iran summons Swiss envoy over U.S. election claim
  • Pompeo urges Saudi Arabia to consider normalizing relations with Israel
  • Rwandan genocide suspect Kabuga can be sent to U.N. court
  • English pubs can open in highest COVID areas if they serve meals, says government
  • France's Beaune: We do not want a Brexit deal at any price
  • UK COVID cases fall to 12,594 on Monday
  • U.S. water row puts Mexican president in opposition sights
  • Hundreds held in Indonesia as tempers flare on second day of protests
  • U.S. welcomes Israel-Lebanon agreement on framework for maritime border talks
  • Lebanon's Shi'ite Amal bloc calls for quick formation of government
  • Kyrgyz opposition groups make rival power grabs after toppling government
  • Families call for access to Hong Kong relatives detained in China
  • Swedish government faces battle to stay in power as labour talks fail
  • Polish PM to recommend tightest virus rules for whole country
  • Eight nations sign U.S.-led Artemis moon agreements
  • Burned-out buildings and armed gangs in Lagos despite president's plea
  • Dutch hit daily record with around 6,500 new coronavirus cases
  • Two killed, nine missing as drenching rain hits parts of France and Italy
  • Cuba says U.S. sanctions to end remittances, Western Union says not so fast
  • Kurdish official says thousands of Syrians to leave crowded camp in northeast
  • China urges Britain to 'correct its mistakes' on Hong Kong visas
  • UK's Johnson, Ukraine's Zelenskiy to sign partnership agreement
  • Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire hopes sink as warring sides bicker and fight
  • EU representatives discussed possible election delay with Venezuelan government: statement
  • Russia disagrees with Turkey's position on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russian foreign minister says
  • Italy tops 3,000 daily coronavirus cases for first time since April
  • Iran temporarily releases French-Iranian academic from jail, lawyer says
  • 'All I could do was fear for my life', says Belarus singer who fled to Kyiv
  • Egypt says freedom of expression 'stops' when Muslims offended
  • Swiss report more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a day
  • U.N. calls for impartial probe into South Korean man killed by North Korea
  • Australian intelligence agencies prepare for small satellite deployment
  • Nigerian minister says it's unclear who shot protesters in Lagos
  • Uganda opposition presidential candidate Bobi Wine arrested: party
  • France tells expats in Muslim countries: watch out for cartoons backlash
  • Left-leaning NDP projected to form majority British Columbia government
  • Gunmen kill 32, burn houses in attack in Ethiopia: administrator
  • Hong Kong authorities arrest seven opposition activists in latest sweep
  • French teacher's killer messaged with parent angry over caricatures: source
  • Myanmar ex-political prisoners turn counsellors to ease coronavirus isolation
  • Russia receives renewed approval for COVID-19 vaccine trials in India: RDIF
  • Kyrgyz parliament seeks to hold emergency meeting Wednesday: report
  • Humanitarian crisis feared as Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire buckles
  • Police fire teargas at Nigerians protesting at alleged brutality, witnesses say
  • Accounting errors to blame for German elite troops' 'missing' ammunition: report
  • Gunmen kidnap American citizen in southern Niger
  • South Korea proposes compromise abortion law after landmark court ruling
  • Irish court rejects French extradition of Briton Bailey for 1996 murder
  • France bans Islamist group after killing of teacher: government spokesman
  • COVID upsets EU summit as European Commission chief self-isolates
  • Pakistani PM says he will upgrade status of part of Kashmir, angering India
  • Myanmar's Suu Kyi casts early vote in poll hit by COVID-19 curbs
  • Ivory Coast police rescue 11 children working on cocoa farms
  • South Korea proposes compromise abortion law after landmark court ruling
  • Mexican president mulls asking U.N. to help get museums to return artifacts
  • Kyrgyz president renews state of emergency in capital after unrest
  • Russia warns that Nagorno-Karabakh could become Islamist militant stronghold
  • Malaysia to review rules on social, sports activities amid coronavirus spike
  • Factbox: How does the Nobel Peace Prize work?
  • Colombia's land, water borders to remain closed in October
  • Sudan becomes third Arab state to set aside hostilities with Israel this year
  • Kyrgyzstan delays election for reform, helping Japarov
  • Dutch report more than 5,800 coronavirus cases in past 24 hours, new record: official data
  • France considers new Paris curfew as lockdown rules are flouted
  • 'Thanks for the chaos': Madrid returns to lockdown
  • Thai protesters say they will petition Germany over king
  • Facebook says suspected Iranian hackers behind U.S. election threats operated in 2019
  • Cocaine-laden plane crashes in Mexico after airborne pursuit
  • Church of England failed to protect children from sexual predators, inquiry says
  • China domestic travel gets holiday boost, fewer travelling this year
  • UK needs to make a Brexit call soon: deal or no-deal?
  • Kremlin says Navalny works with CIA after he accuses Putin of poisoning
  • Lithuania blocks millions of euros of EU funding to Belarus: official
  • Merkel's party postpones Dec. 4 congress planned to choose new leader
  • Guatemala sends over 3,000 Honduran migrants home from caravan
  • U.S. says Taiwan military budget boost insufficient for 'resilient defense'
  • Libya U.N. envoy expects election date to be set at coming talks
  • Italy makes face masks mandatory as coronavirus cases surge
  • China says U.S. bullying countries to pick sides, attempt will not succeed
  • Turkish court approves new indictment against philanthropist Kavala
  • Czech COVID-19 cases surge, government warns on hospital capacity
  • Belgium becomes EU nation with highest rate of COVID-19 infections
  • Israeli cabinet approves Bahrain accord, parliament vote pending
  • French first lady to self-isolate after contact with COVID-19 patient: office
  • Canada increases immigration targets in bid to boost growth, fill labor gaps
  • Israeli delegation travels to Sudan to discuss normalisation - Israeli radio Kan
  • China's U.S. envoy says U.S.-China relations must be put on right track
  • Sunak says will look at helping cities after pandemic
  • Free on bail, prominent Thai protest leader pledges to keep up campaign