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  • Britain reports 4,926 new COVID-19 cases
  • Trump lauds economic steps between Serbia and Kosovo
  • China says Indian troops illegally crossed line of control and fired first
  • Earthquake of magnitude 5.7 strikes Vanuatu: EMSC
  • Iraq to reopen borders for trade, bring back sports and dining
  • Myanmar rejects calls to postpone election despite virus surge
  • French police arrest a man in probe of horse killings: sources
  • Elderly Guinea president confirms third term bid, vows to represent young people
  • U.S. imposes Iran sanctions, says U.N. penalties resume despite skepticism
  • Iran's coronavirus single-day 207 death toll highest since August 1: health ministry
  • Philippine police, military disown fake Facebook accounts
  • Happiness, controversy and fear as Italy's schools finally reopen
  • No-deal Brexit is in nobody's interest: Gove
  • German minister: sanctions on Russia over Navalny depend on Moscow reaction - paper
  • EU says Lukashenko is not legitimate Belarus president
  • Russia's new COVID cases above 6,000 for second day in a row
  • New virus cases knock hopes of reviving Southeast Asia's holiday hotspots
  • U.S. ambassador says Turkey ignores pharma debt at its peril
  • Mexican president says would extradite predecessor Calderon to U.S.
  • WHO reports record one-day increase in global coronavirus cases, up over 307,000
  • Japan's Suga: want to cut cellphone charges in Japan by around 40%
  • Japan's Aso says should consider early dissolution of parliament
  • Ireland's travel `green list' under review, minister says
  • Former commanders of Colombia's demobilized FARC rebels apologise for kidnappings
  • Pakistani police release journalist accused of defaming army
  • Greece struggles to bring migrants into temporary camp after fire
  • Fears of no-trade deal Brexit rise as UK says progress unlikely at talks
  • Uganda says 219 prisoners escape, some with guns and ammunition
  • Chinese border city steps up coronavirus tests after Myanmar cases
  • Britain is upholding Northern Irish peace, PM Johnson's spokesman says after Biden comments
  • Nearly 80% displaced people have lost job, income due to virus - survey
  • Nigeria says Mali transition government yet to satisfy regional demands
  • Blast in southern Lebanon causes injuries, sources say
  • J.K. Rowling says book character in transphobia row has real life roots
  • Advisory: Story on Greece says to resume exploratory talks with Turkey is withdrawn
  • France expects more severe COVID cases in next 15 days
  • Egypt's total recorded coronavirus cases hit 100,041 - Health ministry
  • Huge blaze at Beirut port alarms residents a month after massive blast
  • U.S. Democrats demand Trump response to reported Russian bounties
  • EU will not appease UK's threat to break law -Irish foreign minister
  • UK records 3,395 new daily COVID-19 cases
  • Armenian PM: atmosphere is not right for talks with Azerbaijan
  • Syria accuses U.S. using sanctions to suffocate Syrians 'like George Floyd'
  • EU says positions on Brexit 'far apart', talks must quicken
  • Turkey's Erdogan says East Med is test of EU's sincerity
  • Factbox: Mediaset and more - Berlusconi's business empire
  • WHO's Ryan: don't turn COVID-19 into "political football"
  • J.K. Rowling says book character in transphobia row has real life roots
  • Trump awards Kuwaiti emir 'prestigious' decoration, White House says
  • Positive Covid tests in no-lockdown Sweden hit lowest rate since pandemic began
  • Hundreds of Belarus protesters say they were beaten by police, demand justice
  • Vietnam to resume some Asian flights as curbs on business travel ease
  • Belarus to suspend major online media outlet Tut.by for three months
  • Pompeo says violence must stop in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Pensioners' paradise lost: COVID sows fear among Cote D'Azur retirees
  • Pompeo says fewer than 200 al Qaeda left in Afghanistan today
  • Two Myanmar soldiers taken to the Hague after confessing to Rohingya killings: reports
  • London mayor calls for household mixing ban to stop COVID-19: Guardian
  • South African defense minister's pay docked over use of military plane
  • China bans two Australian 'anti-China' scholars: Global Times
  • Irish PM not confident on prospects of EU/British trade deal
  • Lebanon's fractious politics puts French lifeline at risk
  • Pompeo to meet Venezuelan migrants in Brazil as U.S. seeks to turn up heat on Maduro
  • Iran building new production hall for centrifuges in mountains near Natanz
  • Japan's Suga: decision to dissolve parliament must take into account pandemic
  • Ukraine's border is open to Belarusians, says foreign minister
  • IAEA in wide-ranging talks with Saudi Arabia on tougher nuclear checks
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya to tell Macron she wants new elections in 2020
  • Madrid residents facing localised lockdown doubt curbs will work
  • UK violinist Hope serenades Czechs from floating stage on river Vltava
  • Nigerian charity tries to salvage a slum's schooling amid pandemic
  • Slovenia confirms the highest daily number of coronavirus cases
  • Haiti moves closer to constitutional referendum, elections
  • French PM: No COVID-19 app as I don’t take the metro
  • China, U.S. trade attacks after paper refuses to carry envoy's op-ed
  • French Prime Minister Castex arrives on scene of Paris stabbing
  • Nobel winners to get $110,000 raise as prize money increased
  • Crowds rally in New Zealand's Auckland against coronavirus lockdown
  • Putin tells Russians to obey rules as COVID-19 cases tick higher
  • Japan foreign minister Motegi to retain post in new cabinet: Kyodo
  • Wales adds Portugal and more Greek islands to quarantine list
  • Rival Palestinian factions hold rare joint meeting over Israel-UAE deal
  • Oman welcomes Bahrain-Israel normalisation decision
  • Vietnam to resume some Asian flights as curbs on business travel ease
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says it destroyed four Azeri helicopters, 15 drones and 10 tanks
  • Belarus protest leader Kolesnikova tore up passport to foil deportation, ally says
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says 16 servicemen killed, 100 wounded in Azeri clashes
  • UAE registers new daily coronavirus high amid increased testing
  • France again registers over 7,000 new COVID-19 infections, ICU numbers spike
  • India crosses four million coronavirus cases with record surge
  • London mayor calls for household mixing ban to stop COVID-19: Guardian
  • Spain tops 700,000 coronavirus cases, Madrid surge in spotlight
  • Exclusive: U.S., UK, Canada plan sanctions on Belarusians, perhaps Friday
  • Quebec to fine people for not wearing face masks in indoor public areas
  • Dutch coronavirus second wave continues, cases near record on Monday
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko to visit Moscow 'in coming days' for talks: Kremlin
  • Belarus' Tsikhanouskaya says new elections must be held before, not after, new constitution
  • U.S. threatens to sanction arms makers that sell to Iran
  • 'Who is our enemy?' Neutral Switzerland votes on fighter jets
  • Pakistan court sentences Christian to death on blasphemy charges