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  • Scottish support for independence rises as COVID-19 imperils the United Kingdom
  • Senegal strengthens coronavirus testing for travellers
  • COVID-19 kills four Kenyan health workers, infections at maternity hospital rise
  • Moscow theatres to reopen in August as Russia's coronavirus cases pass 700,000
  • Bolivia's health minister tests positive for COVID-19
  • Deadly Syrian, Russian air strikes in Idlib amount to war crimes, U.N. says
  • Portugal in talks with Britain ahead of review of UK 'travel corridor' decision
  • 'Losing battle': Philippine doctors, nurses urge new COVID-19 lockdowns as infections surge
  • Advisor's killing deepens Iraqi leader's face-off with militias
  • China says Hong Kong to suspend crime-related agreements with UK, Canada, Australia
  • Indonesia reports 1,447 new coronavirus infections, official says
  • Canada doesn't put much credibility into interim Iran report on Ukraine jet downing
  • Britain to set out its position on EU vaccine scheme later on Friday
  • Ukraine to restore Agriculture Ministry, president says
  • Brush fire put out near Iran military housing complex -reports
  • Edouard Philippe will not be re-appointed as French PM: source
  • Brazil registers 555 coronavirus deaths on Sunday, health ministry says
  • Taliban attack on Afghan government compound kills 10, wounds dozens
  • Britain says it can restart Saudi Arabia arms export licences
  • Canada finance minister faces ethics probe over charity program, alongside Trudeau
  • Australia strips Belgium's 'evil tyrant' Leopold from name of mountains
  • Spain's Catalonia makes masks compulsory in public at all times
  • Ukraine sees record daily jump in coronavirus cases
  • Fighting again in Taiwan parliament over disputed nomination
  • Irish minister fired two weeks after new government formed
  • Factbox: Canadian provinces and their plans to reopen schools amid COVID-19
  • Kenya extends curfew for a month as COVID-19 cases jump
  • Disqualification not the end, says Hong Kong opposition candidate
  • Portugal fumes at exclusion from UK safe travel list
  • Singapore spy case reawakens fears China recruiting on island state
  • UK's COVID-19 outcome has not been good, mistakes were likely made - chief scientist
  • Italy Senate opens way for trial of ex minister Salvini over migrant ship
  • South Korea's Moon shuffles top aides in bid to revive North Korea talks
  • Bolivia digs mass graves as cemeteries fill with coronavirus victims
  • UK considering setting quarantine rules by region, not by country: minister
  • Factbox: Why singer's killing ignited deadly clashes among Ethiopia's Oromo people
  • Animal rights protesters dye fountains red in London's Trafalgar Square
  • Rocket fired towards Baghdad Green Zone, child injured - military, police source
  • Protests in Ethiopian town of Adama kill eight, injure 80, doctor says
  • Indonesia reports 1,492 new coronavirus cases, 67 deaths
  • UAE official tells Turkey to stop meddling in Arab affairs over Libya
  • U.N. Special Rapporteur 'extremely concerned' about Hong Kong's future
  • Belgium sees summer dangers, but is better prepared, health minister says
  • Russia jails former U.S. Marine for nine years on police assault charge
  • Military deployed in Ethiopian capital after more than 80 killed in protests
  • German states appeal to U.S. Congress not to withdraw troops
  • EU Commission seeks input on tackling fake news, ensuring fair polls
  • France reduces Chinese flights to Paris in tit-for-tat row
  • Catalonia curbs movement of 200,000 people after new coronavirus outbreaks
  • Brazil President Bolsonaro's wife, minister test positive for COVID-19
  • Trump congratulates Polish President Duda's 'historic' re-election
  • Poland's Duda slightly ahead in presidential vote: exit poll
  • Spain hopes UK to lift quarantine on Spanish islands quickly
  • Outflanked by China in Africa, Taiwan eyes unrecognised Somaliland
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah denies infiltration attempt or clashes near Lebanese frontier
  • Japan minister again says no need for new emergency for coronavirus
  • Reconnaissance plane crashes in eastern Turkey, seven killed
  • Pink-caped Chilean deputy brings lawmakers to their feet to celebrate coronavirus bill
  • South Texas calls for evacuations as storm Hanna heads for weekend landfall
  • U.S. adds 11 firms to economic blacklist over China's treatment of Uighurs
  • 'Nauseous' sewage spill in Mexican beach resort captured in viral video
  • Britain says it can restart Saudi Arabia arms export licences
  • German ministers decline Washington G7 summit invite: Der Spiegel
  • China appoints Gong Zheng as mayor of Shanghai
  • Russia's coronavirus cases near 675,000, death toll passes 10,000
  • Belarus promises Russia a meeting with detained alleged mercenaries on Friday: agencies
  • Cameroon activist campaigns against colonial monuments
  • France scales down Bastille Day parade in concession to virus
  • Pink-caped Chilean deputy brings lawmakers to their feet to celebrate coronavirus bill
  • Groups set up adolescent migrant camp in Paris to highlight their plight
  • Finland should not apply Hong Kong extradition treaty after security law, foreign minister says
  • Australia's Victoria requires masks for Melbourne hit by COVID-19
  • Chile's 'Brexit moment': Congress passes pensions bill, president agrees to sign it
  • Small plane crashes into house in Germany, killing three people
  • Spanish airports see traffic falling after UK quarantine scares off tourists
  • Britain and West urge China to scrap HK security law, open Xinjiang
  • Belgium curbs social contact after COVID-19 cases surge
  • One dead and four injured in London crane collapse
  • Merkel: Right of asylum available to all, including people of Hong Kong
  • 'Worst-case' UK winter could see 120,000 COVID deaths in second wave
  • Kazakhstan to lock down two more cities
  • Spain's hotel occupancy crashed in first half of 2020
  • MH17 crash trial grants defence investigation into alternative scenarios
  • Upset for Pinera as Chilean lower house approves withdrawal from pensions
  • Greece toughens rules for visitors at Bulgarian border
  • Japan government persists with 'Abenomask' giveaway, reignites social media outcry
  • Next round of Ukraine-Iran talks on plane crash set for October
  • Mexican president says political party funding should be cut by half
  • Philippines to allow some foreigners to enter country from August
  • Libyan GNA fighters head for front as battle for Sirte looms
  • U.S. adds 11 firms to economic blacklist over China's treatment of Uighurs
  • Greece calls EU recovery fund deal a 'national success'
  • Businesses breathe sigh of relief as Spain, Portugal open border to all travel
  • Jordan sets Nov. 10 as date for parliamentary elections
  • 'It’s depressing': Britain locks down Leicester again after COVID-19 flare-up
  • Swiss court convicts banker for turning blind eye to 1MDB funds
  • Pirates kidnap seven Russian sailors in Gulf of Guinea
  • Thai LGBT activists raise pride flag in anti-government rally
  • Indonesia reports 1,574 new coronavirus infections,?76 new deaths
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro would veto bill regulating fake news in current form