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  • Italy's Salvini fails to make expected gains in regional elections
  • Chemical weapons agency: Germany has asked for help in investigating alleged Navalny poisoning
  • Myanmar army probes 'wider patterns' of abuse against Rohingya
  • France says number of confirmed coronavirus cases up by 8,051 over 24 hours
  • UAE planning first official visit to Israel on September 22 - source
  • Germany says it will investigate Navalny poisoning case, if he agrees
  • Taiwan travellers take sightseeing 'flight to nowhere'
  • British PM Johnson to make statement to parliament on Tuesday
  • Venezuela court suspends order to change leadership of opposition party
  • Junior partner in Polish coalition warns of early election after animal rights rift
  • Lebanese Hezbollah and allied parties condemn U.S. sanctions on former ministers
  • UK government moves to defuse row with lawmakers over coronavirus measures
  • France's Le Drian says it is urgent to reach deal on Brexit
  • UK police arrest man over stabbings in Birmingham
  • Rule of law situation in Poland has deteriorated: European Parliament
  • Japan's Suga says strong economy necessary to pursue fiscal reform
  • Myanmar increases lockdown measures, airlines suspend services
  • Cambodia jails activist for PM overthrow plot as crackdown widens
  • Germany calls on Lukashenko to clarify whereabouts of protest leader Kolesnikova
  • Trump says U.S. will seek to stop violence between Armenia, Azerbaijan
  • India crosses four million coronavirus cases with record surge
  • On election eve, several thousand join anti-Kremlin rally in Russian Far East
  • Sri Lanka navy says no real risk of spill on stricken supertanker
  • Explainer: Afghan-Taliban peace talks - who, what, where and why
  • China planning building spree in Tibet as India tensions rise, sources say
  • Sweden to ease COVID restrictions on public gatherings in some cases
  • France puts off strategic talks with Russia over Navalny case
  • Bahrain opposition rejects Israel normalisation, calls for resistance
  • White House says five more countries seriously considering Israel deals
  • Earthquake of magnitude 6.2 strikes Coquimbo, Chile: EMSC says
  • Lessons learned from COVID frontline: A Paris hospital refines ICU treatment
  • Timeline: Brexit - Britain's tortuous journey out of the EU
  • Five civilians killed in Baghdad rocket attack: Iraqi military
  • Dutch PM Rutte warns of need for restrictions amid surging COVID-19 infections
  • Russia says regrets Bulgaria's decision to expel diplomats, promises retaliatory measures
  • Turkish court sentences pro-Kurdish MP to jail on terrorism charges
  • China slams Pompeo for 'spreading rumors' during South America trip
  • Indonesia reports 2,880 new coronavirus cases, 105 deaths
  • Japan's military asks new government to continue strengthening of armed forces
  • Nigerian doctors strike again over benefits amid coronavirus
  • Exclusive: Japan ruling coalition partner Komeito indicates it does not want snap election
  • Germany calls on Lukashenko to clarify whereabouts of protest leader Kolesnikova
  • Explainer: What happens next with UK plan to breach Brexit divorce treaty?
  • Kremlin: bottle in Navalny case could have been evidence, but was removed from Russia
  • Taiwan denounces large-scale Chinese drills near island
  • Norway may have to tighten COVID-19 restrictions, PM says
  • England tightens socializing rules as COVID infections rise
  • Belarusian police detain at least 10 people at opposition rally: Ifx
  • Spanish capital region orders partial lockdown in some COVID-hit areas
  • On COVID-19 ward in locked-down Tel Aviv, doctors warn of dwindling capacity
  • Opposition in Belarus calls for civil disobedience campaign after Lukashenko's inauguration
  • Iranian dissident caught between rock and hard place in Cyprus limbo
  • Congo gold miners scour rubble for bodies after cave-in
  • U.N. experts, activists seek probe of Philippines drug war killings
  • Chinese journalist targeted in Australian raid calls investigation 'baseless'
  • Exclusive: Thailand tells universities to stop students' calls for monarchy reform
  • U.S. Democrats demand Trump response to reported Russian bounties
  • Turkey at second peak of coronavirus outbreak, health minister says
  • Nobel laureate Alexievich leaves Belarus for medical treatment in Germany
  • EU ready for new agenda with whoever wins U.S. election: EU's von der Leyen
  • Russia accuses Ukraine over Belarus, and dismisses opposition alliance
  • Thousands protest after Belarus president abruptly sworn in:witness
  • Greek PM says EU must show 'tangible solidarity' on migrants, Turkey
  • UK minister says 'there is a way through' on Brexit bill in parliament
  • France's Macron calls Lebanese leaders over cabinet plans
  • Syria shoots down 'Israeli rockets' aimed at Tiyas airport:state news agency
  • Belarus says police detained 633 protesters on Sunday
  • Fire in Beirut commercial district put out, civil defence says
  • Putin throws $1.5 billion lifeline to embattled Belarus leader
  • Explainer: Afghan-Taliban peace talks - who, what, where and why
  • Turkey prepares second indictment of six Khashoggi murder suspects: media
  • Positive Covid tests in no-lockdown Sweden hit lowest rate since pandemic began
  • Trump says U.S. dealing well with 'tough,' 'smart' Taliban
  • Britain reports 4,926 new COVID-19 cases
  • Saudi Arabia says any nuclear deal with Iran must preserve non-proliferation
  • Nearly 80% displaced people have lost job, income due to virus - survey
  • Brazil registers 15,155 new coronavirus cases
  • Canary Islands aim for quick tourist testing to save winter season
  • Pope gives green light for extension of accord with Beijing
  • EU air safety head says in-flight COVID infection risks marginal
  • Myanmar increases lockdown measures, airlines suspend services
  • 'Big important areas' unresolved says UK negotiating source on EU talks
  • Belarusian leader reshuffles security chiefs in face of mass protests
  • UK violinist Hope serenades Czechs from floating stage on river Vltava
  • Greece reports 453 new coronavirus infections, new daily record
  • Egypt's Sisi committed to ridding Libya of militia, regional interference
  • UK to impose further COVID restrictions in large parts of England
  • India and China made a useful decision on de-escalation at border, says Russia
  • Britain has to decide whether to take Brexit talks seriously: Austrian minister
  • Pompeo says U.S. hopes for peaceful resolution on the India-China border flare up
  • Dutch PM Rutte warns of need for restrictions amid surging COVID-19 infections
  • U.S. 'deeply concerned' about Hong Kong activists held in China: Pompeo
  • Indonesia's capital to reimpose restrictions over coronavirus
  • UK extradition hearing for Assange to resume Monday after negative COVID test
  • German health institute designates Canary Islands as coronavirus-risk region
  • French President: keen to help guarantee Iraq's security and economic sovereignty
  • ByteDance says not aware of $5 billion education fund in TikTok deal
  • Greek police probe aid workers on Lesbos island
  • Lithuania, Estonia push for EU sanctions on Lukashenko: diplomats
  • UK expresses deep concern over arrest of HK activist Joshua Wong