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  • Kenya COVID-19 hospital gears up for surge in new infections
  • Saudi crown prince, Trump discuss king's health: state news agency
  • Pakistani PM says 'no doubt' that India was behind stock exchange attack
  • More bodies buried in mass grave after Myanmar jade mine landslide
  • Indian police crackdown on illegal liquor suppliers after 86 die
  • Russia seeks information from Belarus over detention of alleged Russian mercenaries: RIA
  • Canada Day party goes virtual amid COVID-19 restrictions
  • Former Malaysian PM Najib to appeal guilty verdict in graft trial
  • One sole Russian region says 'nyet' to Putin, defying the Kremlin
  • Indonesia's coronavirus cases top 100,000 as economy opens up
  • Chile's Pinera signs pensions withdrawal into law, economy braces for impact
  • Irish pub reopening could be delayed after 'worrying' crowds outside bars, PM says
  • Russia reports more than 6,600 new coronavirus cases
  • Zimbabwe activist, journalist charged in court over planned protests
  • There is no 'zero risk' in easing travel restrictions, WHO says
  • Citing his own weight battle, PM urges Britain to get fit
  • UK's Sunak pledges 30 billion pounds to stem unemployment crisis
  • Hong Kong democracy activist group led by Joshua Wong disbands
  • Hong Kong tightens coronavirus restrictions as cases hit record
  • Chinese artist holds his tongue in protest of pandemic censorship
  • Two killed in train collision in Czech Republic -emergency services
  • Srebrenica survivor on mission to find massacre victims' remains
  • China's western city Urumqi enters 'wartime mode' after reporting 16 coronavirus cases
  • Russian attempts to steal vaccine data unacceptable but have not done damage: UK security minister
  • Tunisia sentences woman to six months for Koranic Facebook joke
  • UAE says residents, citizens cannot travel abroad for tourism yet
  • The revolution will be stencilised: 'Thailand's Banksy' won't back down
  • Spain's PM hopeful of EU summit deal in coming hours
  • Portugal keeps parts of Lisbon under coronavirus lockdown
  • Tunisia sentences woman to six months for Koranic Facebook joke
  • Pressure mounts on Spanish king to act on scandal allegations
  • North Korea's Kim fires officials for extortion linked to hospital project
  • Factbox: Who is France's new prime minister, Jean Castex?
  • Philippines records highest single-day jump in new coronavirus cases
  • WHO doesn't see bubonic plague in China as high risk: spokeswoman
  • Mexican president orders creation of state-run medicine agency
  • Canadians wary of COVID-19 spikes in neighboring U.S.
  • U.S. cybersecurity firm says Beijing-linked hackers target Vatican ahead of talks
  • Other deaths spike in Indian city ravaged by coronavirus
  • Three dead in attack on Afghan jail, scores of prisoners flee
  • Bolivian prison inmates riot over coronavirus exposure
  • What you need to know about Hong Kong's national security law
  • Al Jazeera staff grilled in Malaysia over report on migrant arrests
  • Egypt offers reusable face masks in state subsidy scheme
  • Qatar allows citizens and permanent residents to travel and return anytime
  • Brazil's house speaker says not the right time to handle impeachment requests against Bolsonaro
  • U.S. House bill targets banks amid fears over China law for Hong Kong
  • Reluctant to work in infected German slaughterhouse, Romanian goes home to raise goats
  • Hong Kong reports 50 locally transmitted coronavirus cases
  • Britain puts $10 million into study on long term effects of COVID-19
  • Factbox: European coronavirus measures hitting Spain's tourism sector
  • Taiwan's 'Mr Democracy' Lee Teng-hui dies aged 97 in Taipei
  • Mali opposition rejects president's concessions aimed at ending impasse
  • Two hikers killed by rockfall in popular Austrian gorge
  • Syrian tycoon says front companies used to dodge sanctions as rift with Assad widens
  • Morocco shuts down major cities after spike in coronavirus cases
  • Chinese giant panda gives birth in South Korean zoo
  • New Zealand police warned of another mosque threat before Christchurch shooting massacre
  • 'A good place to hide:' New Hampshire locals had no idea Jeffrey Epstein ally holed up nearby
  • Bus plunges into reservoir in China, 21 dead
  • Taiwan probes possible first local virus case in one month as imported cases rise
  • Qatar coronavirus cases exceed 100,000, Kuwait tops 50,000
  • Ukraine says separatists violated ceasefire within hours
  • Canada court rules 'Safe Third Country' pact with U.S. invalid, cites detention risk
  • Brazil registers over 1,200 additional coronavirus deaths on Tuesday
  • Mexico reports 6,751 new coronavirus cases, 729 new deaths
  • Kuwait's ageing emir in hospital, crown prince takes over some duties: state news agency
  • Mexico reports 7,573 new cases of coronavirus, 737 deaths: Health Ministry
  • Public debt, populism and protests as Tunisia faces crisis
  • Chinese law professor who criticised leadership is detained, friends say
  • Brazil descendents of escaped slaves tested for coronavirus
  • Mainland China reports 34 new coronavirus cases, including 20 in Xinjiang
  • Greek PM on Erdogan: At least I can pick up the phone now
  • Arrest warrants issued for six Hong Kong democracy activists: CCTV
  • Tokyo incumbent governor Koike wins second term: NHK exit poll
  • Britain confident 2016 Brexit vote was fair: PM's spokesman
  • Ugandan dies after setting fire to himself over motorcycle impounded over COVID-19 violations
  • Young man shot and killed in Venezuela protesting gasoline shortages
  • Britain urgently needs to see China law on Hong Kong, says UK PM's spokesman
  • Taliban attack on Afghan government compound kills 10, wounds dozens
  • UN warns of dangerous drop in vaccinations during COVID pandemic
  • The mobilising power of the BTS ARMY
  • Flash floods kill at least 16, displace hundreds in Indonesia
  • EU lawmakers urge Japan to end parental child 'abductions'
  • Big differences at Britain-EU trade talks, Barnier-Frost meeting off
  • Lebanon's foreign minister quits post: government source
  • Bulgaria PM plans govt overhaul in face of protests
  • Czech PM says EU no closer to deal on economic recovery from COVID
  • Ivory Coast defence minister Bakayoko named prime minister
  • 'Major incident' declared in British city of Manchester to tackle COVID-19
  • Opponents dismayed as Philippines' Duterte approves 'monstrous' anti-terror bill
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Law says he feels 'relatively safe' in UK
  • In just days, Vietnam shifts from virus-free paradise to panic
  • China rejects accusations of hacking attempt on U.S. vaccine developer Moderna
  • UK would leave the EU on Australia terms if no deal reached, Johnson tells Merkel
  • Mali's opposition rejects West African leaders' plan to end deadlock
  • South Korea's Moon calls for U.S.-North Korea summit before U.S. election
  • Argentina sweetens debt revamp offer to creditors; sets August 4 deadline
  • Gabon appoints first woman prime minister amid government shakeup
  • Pope 'very pained' by decision to turn Istanbul's Hagia Sophia museum into mosque