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  • Spain extends coronavirus aid for tenants and homeowners
  • Myanmar may postpone election in war-torn Rakhine state: official
  • Germany fears erosion of Hong Kong's autonomy, Merkel says
  • New York Times to move part of Hong Kong office to Seoul in wake of security law
  • Saudi-led alliance in Yemen says explosive boats destroyed in Red Sea
  • China to sanction Lockheed Martin over Taiwan arms sale
  • China to impose retaliatory sanctions over U.S. law on HongKong
  • Nine killed in Crimea minibus crash after driver falls asleep at wheel
  • Mercosur leaders look to close EU deal despite Macron's resistance
  • U.N. says attacks by Islamist militia in Congo may be war crimes
  • Russia fails again at U.N. ahead of last-ditch vote on Syria cross-border aid
  • Uganda's Museveni seeks re-election to extend rule to four decades
  • Best birthday present may elude Merkel at testing EU summit
  • U.S. imposes sanctions on Venezuelan brothers over support for Maduro
  • Mexico reports 5,480 new coronavirus cases, 306 deaths: health ministry
  • Hong Kong to ban all restaurant dining, mandate masks outdoors: media
  • Canadian federal court recommends external review of spy agency
  • Woman jailed for plotting to bomb St Paul's cathedral in London
  • Malaysia spares Rohingya refugees from caning
  • Europe cushions workforce as U.S. lifeline runs threadbare
  • UK PM Johnson says everybody should get a flu vaccine
  • Singapore's would-be leader tests electability in unsafe seat
  • Hong Kong government's election delay may be unlawful: bar association
  • Japan's capital sees biggest rise in coronavirus cases in two months
  • Pacifist Japan ruling party proposes strike capability to halt missile attacks
  • Venezuela oil minister El Aissami tests positive for COVID-19
  • Brazil President Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for coronavirus again
  • Greece rolls out red carpet to visitors as airports reopen
  • Malta marks a week without new coronavirus cases
  • Factbox: What is Britain's citizenship offer for Hong Kong residents?
  • France to make masks compulsory in enclosed public places
  • How a U.S. Navy base in the Gulf tackles coronavirus
  • Azeri police arrest demonstrators who broke into the parliament
  • New tattoos and nails repaired as England eases lockdown
  • EU's Barnier says UK position makes trade deal 'unlikely'
  • Islamist militants in northeast Nigeria execute four aid workers
  • Egypt's army says it foiled 'terrorist' attack in northern Sinai
  • Zimbabwe politician denied bail in anti-government protests case
  • Factbox: Reaction to Turkish ruling and Erdogan statement on Hagia Sophia
  • Kenya arrests two police after 'shooting incident', launches enquiry
  • Thailand to extend emergency decree until end of August
  • Peru's Vizcarra shuffles cabinet as pandemic takes toll
  • UK COVID-19 deaths from confirmed cases rise by 11 to 44,830
  • Kuwait ruler to travel to U.S. for medical treatment
  • U.N. announces start of Libya central bank audit
  • Argentine son survives coronavirus only to lose his father the day he leaves hospital
  • EU should not cease dialogue with China over Hong Kong, Merkel says
  • Colombia coronavirus quarantine to be extended until Aug 30
  • Small tailings dam collapses in Ecuador, communities denounce pollution
  • Peru protesters attack Las Bambas mining group's convoy, burn vehicles
  • Pompeo says U.S. seized Iranian weapons on way to Houthi rebels in Yemen
  • Iran says it has executed Iranian agent linked to CIA
  • In Mecca, a fortunate few pray for a pandemic-free world
  • Trump’s military shuffle in Europe will take time and be costly
  • Portugal says exclusion from UK's safe travel list 'not backed by facts'
  • Poland's ruling party leader slams foreign media 'intervention' in election
  • Spain to build camp for migrant strawberry pickers after U.N. criticism
  • Somalia's parliament ousts prime minister in no-confidence vote
  • South African police nab 63 prisoners from mass escape
  • U.S. to have permanent troop presence in Poland as defence pact agreed
  • Lebanon's turmoil fuels brain drain
  • Belarus suspects Russian mercenaries preparing acts of terrorism: security official
  • Slovenia's interior minister, police chief quit over police raids
  • Malaysian court to hear bid to set aside caning for Rohingya refugees
  • France's Macron hopeful of a compromise on recovery plan
  • Factbox: European coronavirus measures hitting Spain's tourism sector
  • Push back against Chinese threat, says U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo
  • Putin's relative elected leader of Russian political party
  • New French PM Castex warns about economic crisis, says priorities to change
  • Two years after failed bomb plot, Iranian opposition rallies backers online
  • Car bomb kills at least five near Syria's Ras Al Ain, say Turkey's Anadolu
  • Chances for deal at EU summit on Saturday 'very slim': diplomat
  • Flights to and from Spain soar in July, still fraction of year-ago
  • U.S. seeks to seize gasoline in four Iran tankers bound for Venezuela
  • Factbox: Europe learns to live with the mask
  • Two killed in train collision in Czech Republic -emergency services
  • Kenya COVID-19 hospital gears up for surge in new infections
  • Strains of hope: Chilean nurse serenades COVID-19 patients with violin
  • UNESCO says World Heritage Committee to review Hagia Sophia
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro appoints evangelical pastor as new education minister
  • Mass testing at JBS, BRF plants in Center West Brazil town reveals more than 1,000 COVID-19 cases
  • Philippines reports 29 new coronavirus deaths, 2,498 infections
  • Venezuela to boost number of legislators in National Assembly in 2021
  • Britain to shelve its extradition treaty with Hong Kong: The Times
  • Frenchman held in Indonesia on child sex charges dies, police say
  • North Korea declares emergency in border town over first suspected COVID-19 case
  • Power cuts return, adding to frustrations in COVID-weary South Africa
  • Factbox: Europe learns to live with the mask
  • Iran imposes new curbs as coronavirus toll rises
  • Polish president leads in first-round vote, setting up close run-off
  • EU's Michel lays out recovery plan for summit negotiation
  • WHO warns some nations still face 'long, hard' battle with COVID-19
  • Tokyo could declare emergency if situation worsens: Koike
  • Africa urged to test more as coronavirus cases exceed 500,000
  • Factbox: Reaction to Turkish ruling and Erdogan statement on Hagia Sophia
  • Bombing kills 18 in Afghanistan on eve of Eid ceasefire
  • What does a geisha do with spare time? Read manga, play with cats
  • Qatar state minister for defence meets with Turkish defense minister and Libya's minister of interior
  • Barcelona mulls restrictions as Spain fights new virus clusters
  • Coronavirus stalks cells of Cameroon's crowded prisons