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  • As war rages, Yemeni girls find strength in kickboxing
  • UK health minister says COVID-19 testing system is not chaotic
  • EU executive snubs Hungarian demand to oust top democracy official
  • Palestinians say Egyptian fire killed two Gaza fishermen
  • Brazil reports 51,194 coronavirus cases, 907 deaths
  • French government to consider local lockdowns as COVID virus worsens
  • Lebanon going "to hell" if government not formed: president
  • Police detain dozens at protests in Belarusian capital: eyewitness
  • 'Like the Stasi': UK lawmaker slams COVID-era snooping
  • UK's new COVID measures met with scepticism, confusion
  • England adds Denmark, Slovakia and Iceland to travel quarantine list
  • U.S. becoming driver of militarization in South China Sea, senior China diplomat says
  • Belarus says police detained 121 people on Tuesday during protests
  • Russian and Belarusian army chiefs discuss joint military drills in Belarus: RIA
  • Vietnam jails four over migrant deaths in British truck
  • G7 ministers back extension of debt freeze for poorest nations, urge reforms
  • Wanted: Animal Godparents for Chilean Zoo in 'Bleak' Year
  • Explainer: How common cold viruses are being used in vaccines from Russia, China
  • Less razzmatazz, but Nobel Prizes go ahead amid pandemic
  • UK records 3,539 new COVID-19 cases, up from 2,919
  • Cyprus says committed to peace talks, but not at gunpoint
  • Mali's junta faces reality check as honeymoon phase ends
  • Spain tops 700,000 coronavirus cases, Madrid surge in spotlight
  • British charity flagged separatism concerns in Taiwan-China bird flap
  • Paris police bans planned weekend 'Yellow Vests' protest
  • Italy orders COVID-19 testing on some travellers from France
  • Turkish, Greek officials meet for talks to reduce conflict risks - Turkey
  • China holds simultaneous military drills in four seas, again
  • Dutch daily COVID cases hit new high, also pass 100,000 in all
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero declines to plead to terrorism charges
  • Earthquake of magnitude 6.3 strikes off Vanuatu: GFZ
  • Russia to sell COVID-19 vaccine to India's Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
  • Pandemic slashes worldwide income from work by a tenth: ILO
  • UK govt brings in restrictions on household meet-ups in Birmingham: BBC
  • UK study shows rapid test has diagnostic sensitivity over 99%
  • The name's Bond, seriously: 007's namesake found in Polish Cold War archives
  • Ethiopia charges 2,000 over violence after singer's killing: attorney general
  • U.S. House members ask Trump to probe Navalny poisoning, suggest sanctions
  • Japan health minister Kato likely to replace Suga as chief cabinet secretary: Nippon TV
  • Myanmar's Suu Kyi pulls out of first election trip over coronavirus
  • Prince William, wife Kate join Attenborough after film screening
  • Red Cross warns coronavirus is driving discrimination in Asia
  • Fresh fire hits stricken oil supertanker off Sri Lanka
  • Lebanon's deputy parliament speaker sees promising signs in cabinet standoff
  • Ethiopia's Tigray holds regional election in defiance of federal government
  • Netflix says it does not agree with Chinese author's views on Uighur Muslims
  • Polish court lets Communist-era secret police challenge automatic pension cuts
  • U.S. mulls sanctions on anyone involved in Belarus rights abuses, Pompeo says
  • Palestinians rally against Bahrain-Israel normalisation
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko replaces heads of KGB and security council: Belta
  • Police and protesters clash as Mali starts post-coup transition talks
  • U.S. base commander calls Chinese Guam attack video 'propaganda'
  • French analysis concludes Navalny was poisoned in attempted assassination - Elysee
  • UAE, Israeli cyber chiefs discuss joining forces to combat common threats
  • Quarantine 'confusion' in the UK with different rules for England, Wales and Scotland
  • Japan's Suga signals readiness to prod BOJ to ease more
  • Former French President Giscard d'Estaing admitted to hospital: aide
  • Lebanon's parliament speaker says he opposes way cabinet being formed
  • Bahrain to allow entry to people from neighbouring Gulf countries, visa holders
  • South Korea posts fewest COVID-19 cases in three weeks after tightening distancing
  • U.S. troops to stay longer in Lithuania, defence minister says
  • Togo president names Victoire Tomegah-Dogbe as prime minister
  • Amid talks with Israel, UAE pursuit of stealth jets rumbles in background
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trials resume in Brazil
  • Jordan resumes regular commercial flights after six-month halt during pandemic
  • U.S. conveyed concerns to Russia over Syria troop collision - White House official
  • Mexico asks U.S. for answers about alleged migrant detention abuse
  • EU chief executive says chances for Brexit deal fading every day
  • For small printing firm, Myanmar election boosts business for now
  • 'Never forgive, never forget': Scarred survivor haunted by Beirut blast
  • Venezuela says 'U.S. spy' captured near oil refinery complex
  • Turkey considers allowing Phase III testing of Russia's COVID-19 vaccine
  • Italy's Berlusconi breathing on his own despite COVID pneumonia
  • Saudi Arabia King Salman and German Chancellor Merkel discuss G20 over the phone -state news agency
  • Hundreds of Thai students rally to demand school reform
  • Retired colonel sworn in as Mali interim president after coup
  • EU executive very concerned about British bill plans, would undermine trust
  • Saudi, Bahraini ministers discuss regional developments: SPA
  • Saudi King, France's Macron discuss G20: SPA
  • Saudi King Salman assails Iran in United Nations debut
  • Typhoon Haishen hammers southern Japan with high winds and power outages
  • Stolen plane in Mexico flies to Venezuela before crashing in Guatemala
  • Hong Kong activist Wong gets bail after being charged for 2019 protests
  • Hezbollah chief tells France's Macron can't act like Lebanon's ruler
  • Kegs tapped in Munich pubs for mini-Oktoberfest in shadow of COVID-19
  • Relief and fear as Portuguese students go back to school
  • South Korea charges former 'comfort women' activist with fraud, embezzlement
  • AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trials resume in Brazil
  • Venezuela opposition must stop pretending to be government, Capriles says
  • Piracy, other high seas crimes rise in Asia: report
  • Lebanon's deputy parliament speaker sees promising signs in cabinet standoff
  • Military plane carrying air force cadets crashes in Ukraine, killing 22
  • Early count points to centre-left win in Tuscany regional election
  • U.N. Security Council concerned by clashes over Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Jordan's mainstream Islamists to stand in November parliamentary election
  • In U.N. debut, Saudi king calls for comprehensive solution on Iran
  • U.S., Greece call for peaceful resolution of maritime disputes in east Mediterranean
  • Mexico's militarized police under investigation after deadly clash with protesters
  • Large parts of Wales to go into lockdown
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