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  • Poles protest as abortion ruling expected to take effect
  • Beheaded teacher Paty will get France's highest honour - minister
  • Kremlin says it hopes nuclear talks with U.S. continue despite rejection of Russian proposal
  • Slovak COVID-19 infections keep rising, government calls troops to help
  • Malaysia's Anwar says to meet king to prove majority
  • Ethiopia's Oromo celebrate tense thanksgiving amid tight security
  • Taiwan says diplomat sent to hospital after China spat in Fiji
  • Germany charges two men with selling parts for Russian arms-maker
  • English pubs can open in highest COVID areas if they serve meals, says government
  • Lebanon closes bars, nightclubs to curb coronavirus
  • Canadian ski resorts face winter without international cash cows
  • Merkel to meet with Belarus opposition's Tsikhanouskaya
  • Louisiana Offshore Oil Port suspends ops at marine terminal
  • 'There's no one left': Violent floods sweep bodies from cemetery in France
  • UK considered sending asylum seekers to south Atlantic, FT reports
  • Exclusive: Process to elect ICC war crimes prosecutor stalls amid U.S. sanctions
  • UK PM Johnson says soaring COVID-19 cases in line with forecasts
  • Swiss hostage in Mali killed: Swiss foreign ministry
  • Lopez Obrador criticizes DEA role in Mexico after ex-army chief's arrest
  • UK's Johnson, Ukraine's Zelenskiy to sign partnership agreement
  • U.S. approves possible sale of fighter jets, missiles to Finland
  • U.S. maintains suspension of military assistance to Mali, says envoy
  • UK PM Johnson tells ministers impact not immediate from new coronavirus measures
  • Key party in Malaysia's ruling alliance calls for election after pandemic
  • Germany extends Turkey travel warning to whole country from November 9
  • Two rockets fall in Baghdad, no casualties - Iraq military
  • Greek-Turkish tensions rise in crisis over eastern Mediterranean
  • French teacher's killer messaged with parent angry over caricatures: source
  • Germany says secured nine million COVID-19 antigen tests per month
  • Profile of Aung San Suu Kyi ahead of Myanmar's election
  • UK health minister offers parliament more say in coronavirus measures
  • Israeli delegation travels to Sudan to discuss normalisation - Israeli radio Kan
  • Indonesian man caught after busting out of South Korean quarantine
  • 'Endangered species': Barcelona bar staff protest against coronavirus shutdown
  • French anti-terrorist body looking into knife attack in Nice
  • U.S. and Brazil must reduce dependence on China imports: Pompeo
  • Japan coast guard says Chinese vessels sail near disputed East China Sea islands
  • EU welcomes Turkish ship's return to port from near Cyprus
  • Mexico asks pope for loan of ancient books held in Vatican library
  • Britain's Northumbria University suffers mass COVID-19 outbreak
  • Up to third of new COVID cases in Poland could end up in hospital
  • Belarus announces sanctions list in retaliation against EU
  • Belarus and Russia will respond to external threats, Lukashenko tells Pompeo: agencies
  • Russia recommends people stay at home amid sharp rise in virus cases
  • With Bolivian hospitals filled with COVID-19, moms choose home birthing
  • Italy prepares new restrictions to fight spike in coronavirus cases
  • Indonesia reports 4,105 new coronavirus infections, 80 deaths
  • Swiss hostage in Mali killed: Swiss foreign ministry
  • Czechs seek more patient capacity as COVID-19 infections soar
  • Norway, Britain in provisional trade agreement on goods for no-deal Brexit scenario
  • U.S. special forces rescue American held in Nigeria: officials
  • Brazil prosecutors file appeal against BHP, Vale dam compensation deal
  • Source for 2016 'dossier' on Trump denies being Russian agent
  • Thai protesters cleared from outside PM's office
  • Iran imposes new restrictions to stem coronavirus spread: Rouhani
  • Kyrgyz police use teargas, water cannon to disperse protesters
  • French police shoot dead person who threatened passerby with a weapon
  • Czech government closes bars, schools in what PM calls 'one shot' to curb COVID-19 surge
  • Israel will not oppose U.S. sale of F-35 to UAE
  • Britain stands steadfast with France after beheading: PM Johnson
  • EU leaders to hold COVID-19 video-conference Oct.29
  • EU's Michel says bloc still wants Brexit deal
  • Britain will take back 'full control' from the EU on Jan. 1, says PM Johnson
  • China reports surge of asymptomatic coronavirus cases in Xinjiang
  • Netherlands offers compensation to children of executed Indonesians
  • Russia says Northern Cyprus's plans to open Varosha beach unacceptable
  • Australia to discuss security, economic recovery at 'Quad' meeting with Japan, India, U.S
  • Instagram agrees curbs on paid influencers, says UK watchdog
  • FBI to open office with Cambodia police amid frosty ties
  • Palestinian, Israeli rights groups fear for life of Palestinian hunger striker
  • 'All I could do was fear for my life', says Belarus singer who fled to Kyiv
  • Nigerian president appeals for calm after soldiers fire at protesters
  • Germany's Merkel pledges $100 million for COVID-19 vacine for poor countries
  • Mexico asks Austria to loan precious Aztec-era headdress
  • EU leaders strike deal to end Turkey-Belarus deadlock, officials say
  • Togo names new government with record number of women ministers
  • Venezuelan opposition figure Lopez abandons Caracas refuge to flee abroad
  • Future Retail says Amazon dispute order not binding on company
  • The faces of India's coronavirus pandemic as deaths hit 100,000
  • Russia hits new daily coronavirus record as Moscow schools go online
  • Johnson says we're not embarrassed to sing 'Rule Britannia'
  • Taiwan says Hong Kong warned off flight to Taiwan-controlled island
  • Praying for a miracle? COVID curbs hit Portuguese shrine's tourist trade
  • Three years on, Malta awaits justice for slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
  • Praying for a miracle? COVID curbs hit Portuguese shrine's tourist trade
  • Four Thai activists vow to continue protests after release
  • Saudi-led coalition says intercepted drones launched by Yemen's Houthis
  • Britain stands with France, Germany over Navalny, Raab says
  • Taiwan says Hong Kong warned of ongoing danger after South China Sea flight blocked
  • Sudan’s normalization with Israel depends on legislative approval: minister
  • India's peak holiday season set to send COVID-19 cases surging
  • Valuable stolen Mao Zedong scroll found cut in half in Hong Kong
  • Russia touts test launch of hypersonic missile on Putin's birthday
  • Two thirds of Slovaks joined widely-watched blanket COVID test, 1% positive
  • Portugal's president ponders COVID-19 state of emergency
  • Saudi Arabia must focus on own interests, national security while serving Palestinian cause - Prince Bandar
  • Nigerian soldiers fire at protesters, at least two hit: witnesses
  • Nigerian police mobilize to quell worst unrest in two decades
  • Thieves steal rare Nazi uniforms, weapons from Dutch museums
  • Trump envoy hopes Israeli-Arab peace deals will continue whatever the U.S. election result