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  • New Zealand to allow some maritime vessels, cruise ships still banned
  • This is the moment to address decades-old problems, UK PM Johnson says
  • Brazil's largest city, Sao Paulo, allows car dealers, law firms to re-open
  • Scottish police name Sudanese man shot dead during knife attack
  • British PM Johnson says: don't take too many liberties with COVID guidance
  • Spain to open borders on June 21 to most European visitors, including British
  • U.S.-Polish Fort Trump project crumbles
  • South Korea says it will discuss Trump's invitation to G7 summit with the U.S.
  • WHO denies its representative falsified Equatorial Guinea COVID-19 data
  • British Airways does not attend meeting with Britain's interior minister Priti Patel
  • Mexico, India, Ireland, Norway elected to U.N. Security Council, one seat still open
  • Yemen's government, separatists agree on ceasefire, Saudi-led coalition says
  • Closing in on all sides: Cuba nears declaring coronavirus victory
  • Thailand to tout 'trusted' tourism in coronavirus era
  • New Zealand man charged for murdering police officer
  • Four rockets fall inside Baghdad's Green Zone, no casualties: military statement
  • Four people, including child, injured in London shooting
  • War crimes prosecutor indicts Kosovo president Thaci
  • Rules apply to all, senior health official says of UK PM's adviser Cummings
  • Digital love: Britons to embrace lessons of COVID-19 dating as rules ease
  • Iran says will now send Ukraine airliner black boxes to Paris: sources
  • China not forthcoming in Hawaii talks, but made commitment on trade: U.S. diplomat
  • South Korea says Bolton's memoir on Trump-Kim summit is distorted
  • COVID-19 cluster among migrants causes angry confrontations in southern Italian town
  • Mexico president says phone call may need to replace planned meeting with Trump
  • Czech government orders out two Russian embassy staff
  • Clashes at health worker protest in Paris; police blame anarchists
  • UK supports international court after Trump approves sanctions
  • Dubai to reopen malls and private businesses
  • Turkey says Bolton's book 'misleading' on Erdogan-Trump conversations
  • Slovakia takes next steps to ease coronavirus measures
  • Israel's NSO showcases drone tech, pushes to counter rights abuse allegations
  • Brazil nears 50,000 coronavirus deaths and 1 million cases
  • France reports 31 more coronavirus deaths, total at 29,142
  • Russia inaugurates cathedral without mosaics of Putin, Stalin
  • Iranian professor jailed in U.S. returns home: report
  • Russia to vote on July 1 on reforms that could extend Putin's rule
  • Turkish soldier killed after coming under fire from across border with Iran
  • Ireland to ease travel restrictions with some countries from July 9
  • Bolsonaro joins rally against Brazil's top court; judge warns democracy at risk
  • Europe tells U.S.: we won't back unilateral Iran sanctions snapback
  • Former French PM Fillon and wife to appeal court sentence
  • Kyrgyz ruling coalition nominates former cabinet No.2 for PM
  • Former Pope Benedict leaves Vatican to visit ailing brother in Germany
  • French coronavirus deaths remain under 100 for seventh day in a row
  • Three people believed to have died in Glasgow stabbing: BBC
  • Germany's Merkel, China's Li to hold video conference: spokesman
  • China-India border clash stokes contrasting domestic responses
  • At least 20 die as migrant boat sinks off Tunisia
  • Saudi Arabia confirms virtual donors conference for Yemen with U.N.
  • Lebanon must turn reform ideas into reality, U.S. ambassador says
  • Rwandan genocide suspect must face U.N. tribunal, rules French court
  • WHO says it will issue guidance on air travel in coming days
  • Singapore rushes to build housing for 60,000 migrant workers after virus outbreak
  • Citing COVID-19, Australia seeks to bar George Floyd protests
  • Singapore plans wearable virus-tracing device for all
  • Indian elephant dies after eating fruit packed with firecracker, police investigating
  • Exclusive: U.S. senators ask Pentagon if $1 billion in Afghan aid was cut
  • Zimbabwe police arrest opposition officials in dispute over party HQ
  • Ukraine investigators probe former president in intelligence case
  • U.N. chief regrets North Korea decision to cut hotlines with South
  • Israelis protest Netanyahu's annexation plan
  • Australian state lets sports fans back in stadiums as COVID-19 cases slow
  • Welsh first minister criticizes UK government on coronavirus messaging
  • Earthquake tremors felt in New Delhi
  • Senegal to ease coronavirus curfew as protests spread to capital
  • Generation COVID: The Spanish learners lost to lockdown
  • Fierce presidential election erupts in Pacific amid China-Taiwan tussle
  • Dozens in Hong Kong protest U.S. police violence
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 407 to 183,678: RKI
  • Mexican president says Trump meeting likely in July, urges Canada to join
  • War crimes prosecutor indicts Kosovo president Thaci
  • Thailand marks 28 days without local transmission, aims to ease travel
  • Mexico's coronavirus deaths pass 25,000, infections approach 203,000
  • Pubs, restaurants and hotels to reopen as England eases social distancing
  • Zimbabwe summons U.S. ambassador over comments on Floyd protests
  • Paris prosecutor opens probe into handling of COVID-19 crisis
  • Nigeria to relax coronavirus curbs on places of worship
  • Russia summons Czech ambassador amid diplomatic tensions: Russian news agencies
  • Turkish jets strike Kurdish militant targets in northern Iraq
  • Russia's coronavirus case tally approaches 500,000
  • Norwegian found guilty of spying for Iran in Denmark
  • Senior Libyan official arrives in Moscow for talks: RIA
  • Mexico reports record 4,442 new coronavirus cases
  • Czech PM Babis does not rule out EU recovery fund veto, CTK news agency reports
  • Exclusive: Amid Brexit impasse, Germany urges no-deal preparations - document
  • Malta PM demands inquiry after /Times of Malta report
  • Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
  • Mexico's president accuses Spain's Iberdrola of 'hidden' media attack
  • Hong Kong sees rush to renew UK passports as fears for future grow
  • Factbox: Who's involved in Libya's war and why
  • British health minister urges protesters not to attend rallies
  • China says top diplomat Yang held constructive talks with Pompeo
  • Indonesia capital tentatively eases some coronavirus restrictions
  • Fuel leak risk at Arctic mining site flagged by Russia years before spill: RBC
  • Harvard professor pleads not guilty in U.S. to lying about China ties
  • France's Macron hails PM's 'beautiful' local election victory: Elysee
  • Australia posts biggest one-day rise in coronavirus cases in two months
  • Suriname's president loses election, leaves economic chaos
  • Mexican anti-discrimination agency chief resigns after censure by president