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  • Cyprus says committed to peace talks, but not at gunpoint
  • Taiwan says it has Vatican assurances on China accord
  • Russia's Lavrov calls for immediate ceasefire in Libya
  • Mexican official accused of torture in missing students probe surrenders
  • Senior U.S. official to visit Taiwan this weekend amid China concerns
  • Brazil eyes coronavirus vaccine rollout in January, acting health minister says
  • Libya's Haftar committed to ending oil blockade, U.S. says
  • Bahrain's minister of transportation discusses cooperation with Israeli counterpart - BNA
  • Hundreds of Zurich airport workers protest over wages
  • 'We have to comply,' Mexican president says as friction grows over U.S. water pact
  • Japan's Suga seeks solid communications with Asian neighbors
  • Special Report: A killing at sea implicates the armed forces in lawless Venezuela
  • Britain imposes sanctions on Belarus leader and aides
  • Russia urges all sides to show restraint over Karabakh breakaway region: Ifax
  • Turkey to send second drill ship to Black Sea - minister
  • New Japanese PM Suga names cabinet, many carried over from predecessor
  • Hong Kong activist Wong gets bail after being charged for 2019 protests
  • Arms depot of Iran-backed Hezbollah explodes in Lebanon, source says
  • At U.N., Belarus accuses western states of trying to sow 'chaos and anarchy'
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys two explosive-laden drones launched towards Najran
  • Call the police on parties and don't mingle, says Patel
  • Azerbaijan's parliament approves martial law, curfews: president's aide
  • Ukraine accuses pro-Russian separatists of violating ceasefire
  • Lebanon's deputy parliament speaker sees promising signs in cabinet standoff
  • Greece tightens coronavirus curbs in Athens as infections surge
  • Woman suspected of mailing ricin letter to Trump ordered to stay in U.S. custody
  • Bolivian families turn to makeshift graves as cemeteries fill during pandemic
  • Japan's Suga says strong economy necessary to pursue fiscal reform
  • U.S. firm Valentus to raise capital for credit fund via digital currency sale
  • First woman working at the barbers of Babylon shrugs off abuse
  • Australia's Claremont serial killer found guilty after 30 years
  • 'COVID first': Thai PM warns protesters against raising virus risks
  • Germans fear Trump more than coronavirus, survey shows
  • Dutch PM Rutte warns of need for restrictions amid surging COVID-19 infections
  • French PM tests negative for COVID after contact at Tour de France
  • UK's Johnson raises concerns with Turkey's Erdogan over east Med tensions
  • Kosovo awarding Trump its highest honor after Serb economic deal
  • India and China agree to ease tension on border
  • EU presses China on investment accord, fair competition: Merkel
  • More than 30 killed in militia attacks in western Ethiopia
  • 'I am praying': captain's texts tell of ordeal of capsized cattle ship
  • Sweden calls in Russian diplomats to protest breach of its waters
  • Police in Minsk use water cannon against protesters, begin arrests
  • UK joining 'ranks of despots' with treaty breach plan, Merkel ally says
  • Britain should honour deal with EU if it wants any future partnership: EU
  • Mainland China reports seven new COVID-19 cases vs two a day earlier
  • EU's Barnier says bloc stepping up no-deal Brexit preparations
  • Mozambique army condemns 'horrifying' shooting of naked woman at hands of fighters
  • Belarusian leader reshuffles security chiefs in face of mass protests
  • U.S. bishop-elect resigns over abuse allegation weeks before taking office
  • El Salvador's president says military files on civil war massacre were destroyed
  • Fired cardinal denies wrongdoing, says ready to give life for pope
  • Australia's virus hotspot may speed up lifting curbs as cases fall
  • Colombian unions, students seek to revive mass protests against government, police violence
  • Key Vatican cardinal caught up in real estate scandal resigns suddenly
  • Turkey's Erdogan, France's Macron discuss Eastern Mediterranean tensions
  • Japan's Suga says wants to continue Abe policies after winning LDP race
  • Factbox: After Brexit row, what does Britain's Internal Market Bill do?
  • Less razzmatazz, but Nobel Prizes go ahead amid pandemic
  • PM Johnson says bill will stop EU using 'stick' against UK
  • Syrian businessman long allied with Assad calls on him to put end to dismantling his charities
  • Irish COVID-19 modeling group warns of exponential increase in cases
  • Bahrain's minister of transportation discusses cooperation with Israeli counterpart - BNA
  • Spain reports 31,428 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday
  • Australia's COVID-19 cases hit eight-day high, restrictions may linger
  • Facebook bans Indian ruling party politician for policy violation
  • Ukraine-U.S. military exercises begin as Russia holds drills in Belarus
  • Former Ukraine president Poroshenko contracts coronavirus
  • Germany's Merkel vows to avoid full national lockdown in pandemic
  • China bans two Australian 'anti-China' scholars: Global Times
  • Unusually heavy rains in Senegal expose big gap in $1.4 billion flood plan
  • Australia revokes visas of two Chinese scholars
  • Sudan declares three-month state of emergency over floods - SUNA
  • Dutch daily COVID cases hit new high, also pass 100,000 in all
  • Hungary says it will be only EU country to send minister to Israel-UAE accord signing
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko replaces heads of KGB and security council: Belta
  • Japan's Suga pledges focus on coronavirus but details remain sketchy
  • Belarusian opposition activist Kovalkova leaves country after arrest
  • Hezbollah's Nasrallah: Israeli PM is lying about group's missile sites
  • Trump to host Israel-United Arab Emirates deal-signing ceremony on September 15
  • Former UK PM May says government putting UK integrity at risk, could damage N. Ireland peace
  • Poland's PM suggests Russia is 'hostile regime' after Navalny case
  • Millions of African children rely on TV education during pandemic
  • Exclusive: Russian paramedics' accounts challenge Moscow's explanation for Navalny's coma - sources
  • Ethiopia's upper house rules Tigray regional vote unconstitutional
  • France condemns use of nerve agent Novichok to poison Navalny
  • Desperate migrants stranded on Greek island seek shelter, Europe weighs options
  • Belarusian Venus: bruised female nude takes aim at police violence
  • Chile extends state of catastrophe due to pandemic by 90 days
  • Hong Kong's Disneyland to reopen on September 25
  • Spain close to half a million coronavirus cases
  • European cities announce new restrictions as COVID-19 cases soar
  • Protesters occupy Swiss square demanding action on climate change
  • France expects more severe COVID cases in next 15 days
  • Indian and Chinese defense ministers set for meeting in Moscow over border row
  • 'My life's work': Venezuelan union leader vows to defend workers after pardon
  • U.S. plans to enforce U.N. sanctions on Iran with its own action
  • Hundreds of Thai students rally to demand school reform
  • Timeline: Thailand's growing protest movement
  • Germany says no Russian request to send investigators for Navalny case