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  • Bulgarian government survives no-confidence vote, protests continue
  • Turkish social media bill presages 'new dark era' of censorship, say critics
  • China embassy criticises Germany's suspension of extradition treaty with Hong Kong
  • Ukraine reports highest daily number of coronavirus cases in a month
  • France extends police powers in crackdown on drugs trade
  • Erdogan to give speech after Hagia Sophia ruling
  • EU travel unity unravels into confusion of border controls
  • Scotland likely to agree UK's list of low-risk travel countries - Sturgeon
  • Indonesia reports 1,574 new coronavirus infections,?76 new deaths
  • UK Labour leader says: nothing new in Johnson's 'new deal'
  • Tropical storm Fay strengthens slightly off eastern U.S. coast
  • U.S. military to move its European headquarters out of Germany
  • Wikileaks lawyer Garzon to represent Maduro associate in U.S. extradition case
  • Thousands of Greeks protest against bill to regulate demonstrations
  • Panama extends suspension of international flights by a month due to coronavirus
  • China says France being misled by Western 'slander' over Uighur Muslims
  • Bashir trial for 1989 coup adjourned as crowds jostle outside court
  • Death toll rises to 162 in Myanmar jade mine collapse
  • China to sanction Lockheed Martin over Taiwan arms sale
  • Coronavirus slump threatens Mexican president's crusade on poverty
  • Poland to propose limits on foreign media soon, Kaczynski says
  • China sends team to Hong Kong for widespread coronavirus testing
  • Eight years after bombing, Somalia reopens national theatre
  • Israelis protest against Netanyahu, gov't handling of COVID-19 crisis
  • Over 7.5 tonnes of cocaine seized in Colombia-U.S. joint operation
  • New Zealand suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong
  • Philippines records 20 coronavirus deaths, 2,019 new cases
  • Mexican president exits Trump embrace smiling, Democrats grumble
  • Malaysia's opposition gearing up for snap polls, says potential PM candidate
  • Brazil descendents of escaped slaves tested for coronavirus
  • Japanese government to urge more telecommuting as coronavirus cases surge
  • More than three million Chileans seek to withdraw pensions amid pandemic
  • Malian accused of Timbuktu war crimes refuses to enter plea
  • Zambian health minister's corruption trial delayed a week
  • Sierra Leone doctors treating COVID-19 patients to go on strike
  • Republicans renew complaints Twitter stifles president, conservatives
  • Turkey suspends flights to Iran, Afghanistan due to coronavirus outbreak
  • After Australia suspends extradition with Hong Kong, Britain is looking at arrangements
  • Prayers for the dead as Myanmar's young jade miners mourned
  • Britain and West urge China to scrap HK security law, open Xinjiang
  • Mass testing at JBS, BRF plants in Center West Brazil town reveals more than 1,000 COVID-19 cases
  • Vietnam reports 8 more COVID-19 cases linked to Danang outbreak
  • At least three killed in protests over Congo election chief
  • Hong Kong's top public prosecutor quits, says he was cut out of new national security cases
  • Escape to North Korea: Defector at heart of COVID-19 case fled sex abuse investigation
  • English lockdown might have reduced COVID-19 infections more than thought, scientists say
  • UK COVID-19 confirmed death toll rises by 22 to 44,220
  • Palestinians hope Biden would roll back Trump's embrace of Israel
  • Canadians wary of COVID-19 spikes in neighboring U.S.
  • Factbox: European coronavirus measures hitting Spain's tourism sector
  • Mercosur leaders look to close EU deal despite Macron's resistance
  • U.S. senior diplomat complains Europe not doing enough in Libya
  • Iraqi Prime Minister visit postponed after Saudi King hospitalised
  • U.N. expert accuses White House of 'onslaught' against media
  • Macron sends out new government to rescue economy
  • Small tailings dam collapses in Ecuador, communities denounce pollution
  • Italian region asks Bangladeshis to test for COVID-19 after cases found
  • Hundreds protest in Moscow against reforms that may keep Putin in power
  • Belarus leader says he wants Russia to explain detained mercenaries: Belta
  • Data analysis on downed Ukraine jet starts Tuesday; Canada sceptical about Iran explanation
  • Britain confident 2016 Brexit vote was fair: PM's spokesman
  • Bill targeting banks over China's Hong Kong law passes U.S. Senate
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 503 to 195,228: RKI
  • Kosovo-Serbia talks to resume on Sunday, German government says
  • Huawei lawyers claim Trump created 'ominous' climate for extradition of CFO Meng to U.S.: documents
  • Russian activists planning anti-Putin protest detained, says opposition
  • Russia says it thwarted planned mass shooting attack in Moscow
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro would veto bill regulating fake news in current form
  • Ex-Salvadoran defense minister arrested for suspected role in gang truce
  • Poor data obscures COVID-19 death toll at Spain's nursing homes
  • Pet shop speakeasy busted in Brazilian city
  • Hong Kong police arrest four under new security law in move slammed by rights group
  • Bulgaria's opposition says state prosecutors won't deflect anti-government protests
  • China says artificial blocks to bilateral cooperation will harm India
  • Britain's coronavirus quarantine rules end for many destinations
  • South African restaurants plead for end to 'job-killing' restrictions
  • Putin says Russians voted 'with their hearts' to let him extend rule
  • Hong Kong government's election delay may be unlawful: bar association
  • Beijing's Hong Kong office warns pro-democracy poll could violate new security law
  • Japanese government to urge more telecommuting as coronavirus cases surge
  • South Korea court rejects U.S. extradition request for child porn network operator
  • Spain's Catalonia seeks to bypass ruling striking down home confinement
  • Kurdish-Iranian writer granted refugee status in New Zealand
  • Businesses breathe sigh of relief as Spain, Portugal open border to all travel
  • Chinese bombers undertook recent South China Sea drill: defence ministry
  • Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan to report some pneumonia cases as COVID-19
  • UK government failed to find out whether Russia meddled in Brexit vote: report
  • Australia to sharply increase defence spending with focus on Indo-Pacific
  • How a U.S. Navy base in the Gulf tackles coronavirus
  • Greece relocates group of young refugees to Portugal
  • Timeline: Malaysian ex-PM Najib found guilty in 1MDB scandal
  • Ex-Pemex boss faces hearing over graft charges on return to Mexico
  • Iran says it has executed Iranian agent linked to CIA
  • China releases professor who criticised President Xi, friends say
  • Johnson says Britain was not influenced by Russia in Brexit vote
  • UK advises against all non-essential travel to Spain's Balearic and Canary Islands
  • U.S. man held on suspicion of killing French wife: AFP
  • Czech republic reports 15,081 coronavirus cases: health ministry data
  • Philippines records 20 coronavirus deaths, 2,019 new cases
  • U.S. envoy to visit South Korea to discuss stalled North Korea nuclear talks