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  • Russia says CSTO military drills to take place in Belarus from Oct. 12-16
  • Japan's Suga says to run for ruling party leadership race, wants to avoid vacuum
  • Nigerian doctors strike again over benefits amid coronavirus
  • Surfer killed in shark attack on Australia's tourist Gold Coast
  • Brazil's Sao Paulo likely to start COVID-19 immunization in December
  • Serbia's Vucic plays down hopes for quick political deal with Kosovo
  • Australian writer detained in China says will 'fight to the end'
  • Two dozen Hong Kong activists appear in court over banned Tiananmen vigil
  • Brazil registers 829 new coronavirus deaths
  • Palestinians say Egyptian fire killed two Gaza fishermen
  • Palestinians win Saudi support but no Arab condemnation of UAE-Israel deal
  • Spike in coronavirus cases in Gaza worries main U.N. aid group
  • Russia's COVID-19 vaccine showed antibody response in initial trials
  • Visegrad Four to present EU new Belarus support package
  • Brexit trade talks have window before contentious UK law can take effect - Ireland
  • Timeline: Thailand's growing protest movement
  • Anti-COVID measures tightened in Czech capital as cases rise
  • Pakistan court sentences Christian to death on blasphemy charges
  • U.S. set to end enhanced screening of some international travelers for COVID-19: sources
  • Explainer: Why the coronavirus death rate still eludes scientists
  • Russia detains Siberian sect leader over allegations he harmed followers
  • U.N. rights body agrees to hold urgent debate on Belarus
  • Young Palestinians seek new ways to achieve goals, 20 years after Second Intifada
  • Australia's Victoria state to ease COVID-19 restrictions as cases slow
  • Palestinians fire rockets at Israel, wounding two, during White House ceremony
  • School closed in Spain after teachers test positive for COVID-19
  • Indonesian gravediggers under strain as COVID-19 burials surge in Jakarta
  • Desperate migrants jump overboard from charity boat off Italy
  • Britain's Labour accuses government of being too slow with business help
  • France regrets that Lebanese government not yet formed but says there is still time
  • Eyes on thorough reforms: Key policies of Japan's next PM Suga
  • Germany: Don't criticise us for being bearer of bad news on Navalny's poisoning
  • Australia's coronavirus hot spot state to deepen contact tracing
  • U.S. blacklists Hezbollah official, Lebanon-based companies
  • 'My life's work': Venezuelan union leader vows to defend workers after pardon
  • Sign-up delays for global vaccine plan are procedural: WHO
  • Piracy, other high seas crimes rise in Asia: report
  • Japan coastguard suspends search for crew from capsized cattle ship due to bad weather
  • UK police charge man with explosive substance offences over suspicious package
  • Arms depot of Iran-backed Hezbollah explodes in Lebanon, source says
  • U.S. State Department eases China travel advisory for Americans
  • Bahrain follows Emirates in normalizing ties with Israel
  • Exhausted Indian doctors battle surging COVID-19 cases
  • UK could impose COVID curfew on London - Evening Standard
  • EU-Turkey ties at "watershed moment", EU's top envoy says
  • Quebec launches police blitz in bars as COVID-19 cases climb
  • Coronavirus curbs could crimp key South Korean holiday despite fewer cases
  • Turkey's Erdogan says COVID-19 vaccine must be for everyone
  • Taiwan reports multiple Chinese fighters to its southwest
  • UAE, Israeli cyber chiefs discuss joining forces to combat common threats
  • Talks between Russia's Putin and Belarus' Lukashenko end: media
  • Mali negotiators back charter that could see soldier as interim president
  • Backroom deals, old-school politics help rise of Japan's likely new premier
  • Teachers in Bosnian village build open-air classroom to protect children from COVID-19
  • Lithuania fears Lukashenko will sign away Belarus independence to Russia
  • Canada police say six ricin-laced letters sent to U.S., including White House
  • Dutch 'living coffin' aims to provide source for life after death
  • Russia says Navalny sanctions talk is affecting its borrowing plans
  • Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong arrested for 2019 illegal assembly
  • Haiti moves closer to constitutional referendum, elections
  • Students blockade top arts university as Hungary's government tightens control
  • France's Macron says U.S. maximum pressure on Iran not working
  • Third crewman from cattle ship rescued on lifeboat off Japan
  • Hundreds join unions' car caravan protest in Bogota
  • Teenage British activist stages climate protest on Arctic ice floe
  • Bahrain's minister of transportation discusses cooperation with Israeli counterpart - BNA
  • Finland says pandemic spread points to 'accelerating phase'
  • China to allow foreigners with valid residence permits to enter from Sept 28
  • Turkey's Erdogan calls on Armenians to stand against leadership amid clashes with Azerbaijan
  • Dawn patrol: Parisians queue in dark for COVID tests
  • Quarantine 'confusion' in the UK with different rules for England, Wales and Scotland
  • Indian and Chinese defense ministers set for meeting in Moscow over border row
  • Thousands rally to support Congo's threatened Nobel Laureate
  • U.S. State Department eases China travel advisory for Americans
  • EU seeks urgent debate on Belarus at U.N. rights body
  • Taiwan denounces large-scale Chinese drills near island
  • Explainer: What happens next with UK plan to breach Brexit divorce treaty?
  • Factbox: U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran after U.N. standoff over arms
  • Bolivian court denies former leader Morales' bid to be Senate candidate
  • Johnson met Trump advisor Kushner, discussed Middle East, PM's office says
  • 'Nowhere to go': Argentine families occupy land as pandemic stokes poverty
  • Man accused of slashing pregnant wife's stomach 'to check gender'
  • Turkey backs Libya ceasefire but doubtful after Haftar's rebuff
  • UK reports 2,659 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday
  • Tanker carrying gasoline seized by U.S. arrives off Freeport, Texas
  • Ethnic Mongolians in China protest removal of traditional language in schools
  • Turkish-Greek military talks postponed until Thursday: Turkish sources
  • Russia's COVID-19 infections to rise until reaching plateau in October: RIA cites scientist
  • Bulgaria expels two Russian diplomats accused of spying
  • Human remains found in clandestine graves in central Mexico
  • Turkish-Greek military talks postponed until Thursday: Turkish sources
  • COVID-19 cases in England accelerating rapidly, official estimate shows
  • Japan's new prime minister Suga, Trump hold first talks by phone
  • France calls on U.S. to drop sanctions against ICC staff
  • Would-be Merkel successor Laschet emboldened by local election win
  • China's foreign minister may visit Japan as early as October: source
  • Woman suspected of mailing ricin letter to Trump ordered to stay in U.S. custody
  • Turkey deploying Syrian fighters to help ally Azerbaijan, two fighters say
  • Trump to host Israel-United Arab Emirates deal-signing ceremony on September 15
  • Azerbaijan's parliament approves martial law, curfews: president's aide