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  • Mexico raises 'disappeared' toll to 73,000 amid grinding cartel violence
  • After years of violence, a Kenyan village enjoys precious peace
  • West Africa proposes plan to resolve Mali crisis; opposition unimpressed
  • Polish prime minister says he wants to avoid another lockdown
  • Japan boosts rescue efforts as it warns of more rain in flood-hit areas
  • Hanoi to shut bars and ban big gatherings after COVID-19 outbreak in Danang
  • Japan kicks off domestic tourism campaign as critics point to virus surge
  • Iran will develop oil industry despite U.S. sanctions - Zanganeh says
  • China says it will ensure firms' rights after U.S. Uighur blacklist move
  • Ireland likely to move to final phase of lockdown next week, deputy PM says
  • North Korea tells foreigners in capital to follow rules amid coronavirus crackdown
  • FBI interviewing Chinese visa holders suspected of hiding military ties: Justice Department
  • Clean up 'inhumane' migrant fruit-picker camps, UN official tells Spain after fires
  • India coronavirus cases near one million, driven by surge in rural areas
  • Political capital from EU recovery deal dwarfs cash prize
  • Algeria says to investigate actions targeting stability
  • UK PM Johnson: We're not there yet on COVID-19 vaccine
  • Ukraine wants Belarus to extradite 28 people suspected of fighting in Donbass conflict
  • U.S. senior diplomat complains Europe not doing enough in Libya
  • Hundreds jam airport as evacuations from Vietnam's Danang begin
  • Police dismantle a makeshift shelter camp in Calais
  • Small homemade bomb explodes in Cameroon capital, official says
  • Seven killed in oil platform ladder installation blast in southern Nigeria
  • Tunisia PM will reshuffle cabinet amid row with moderate Islamist Ennahda party
  • Masks to be compulsory at more indoor public spaces in Greece
  • Pompeo says U.S. aims to extend U.N. arms embargo on Iran for more than short period of time
  • Hungary imposes border checks, quarantine to prevent spread of virus
  • At 500-metre table, Prague citizens see coronavirus out with a dinner
  • Factbox: Hoping for coronavirus recovery, UK PM Johnson sets out infrastructure plans
  • Saudi Arabia announces haj health measures for domestic pilgrims
  • Poland to propose limits on foreign media soon, Kaczynski says
  • Thousands of Hungarians march for media freedom after website muzzled
  • Over 7.5 tonnes of cocaine seized in Colombia-U.S. joint operation
  • Lithuania bans Russian broadcaster RT over ties with Kremlin
  • DR Congo police fire tear gas to disperse protests over election chief
  • Thailand opens drive-in cinema with cooling system for film fans wary of coronavirus
  • WHO chief denounces 'unacceptable' comments questioning his independence
  • Head of Somalia's military unhurt, civilian killed in suicide car bomb on convoy
  • Two Rockets hit perimeter of Baghdad international airport, no significant damage
  • Bolivian prison inmates riot over coronavirus exposure
  • Macron seeks EU sanctions over Turkish 'violations' in Greek waters
  • Hungarian President calls on Ukraine, Romania to stop polluting rivers
  • COVID-19 cases hit 5.9 million in Americas, half in Latin America, Caribbean: WHO
  • Romania set to make protective masks mandatory outdoors to curb coronavirus spread
  • Portugal's Costa says EU must act swiftly on coronavirus response
  • Protests over economy in Israel may turn violent, opposition leader says
  • South Africa to keep 20,000 soldiers on COVID-19 duty until September
  • 'I never thought I would have to come here': crisis drives French to food banks
  • Russia's Lavrov: U.S. domestic issues behind speculation of Moscow's ties with Taliban - Interfax
  • U.S. sanctions four China-based individuals, firm over fentanyl
  • Croatia makes face masks compulsory in public indoor spaces
  • Thai monkey trainer rejects PETA claims on coconut harvesting
  • Merkel says there is hope EU stimulus deal possible on Monday
  • Bangladesh to host late-stage trial of China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine
  • South Korea approves human trials of Celltrion's COVID-19 antibody drug
  • Armed Canadian man arrested after driving truck through gates near PM Trudeau's Ottawa residence
  • Speak quietly and follow the rules, Tokyo nightclubs told as coronavirus re-emerges
  • Malaysia spares Rohingya refugees from caning
  • Mexican military finds plane in flames and truck carrying drugs
  • Clément Beaune named junior minister for European affairs: Elysée
  • The revolution will be stencilised: 'Thailand's Banksy' won't back down
  • Tokyo's new coronavirus steps aim to balance economy and health
  • Chinese researcher who took refuge in San Francisco consulate in U.S. custody, officials say
  • UK trade deal unlikely for now: Britain, EU clash over post-Brexit ties
  • Tokyo shopkeepers brace for another slowdown as coronavirus flares
  • Brazil restricts foreigners entry due to COVID-19
  • Zimbabwe sacks hospital bosses after firing of health minister
  • UK confirmed COVID death toll rises by 25 to 43,575
  • Oops, I forgot my mask! French minister makes COVID faux pas
  • Philippines records 4,063 new coronavirus cases, Southeast Asia's highest jump for second day
  • UK eyes France, Germany after slapping coronavirus quarantine on Spain
  • Cinemas in China begin to reopen after six-month coronavirus closure
  • Goodbye Dubai: Photographer captures laid-off expat families as they leave
  • Portugal says some EU countries breaking pact to reinstate free movement
  • No official U.S. approach to quiz Prince Andrew over Epstein, UK PM says
  • Death toll rises in Azerbaijan-Armenia border clashes
  • EU lawmakers want action over 'continuing deterioration of democracy' in Poland
  • NBA re-evaluating training programme in China after abuse allegations
  • Russia reports 6,109 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours
  • Turkish verdict paving way for Hagia Sophia mosque expected Friday: officials
  • Spain sees thaw in Europe-Turkey tensions on Mediterranean drilling
  • Trump, Macron discuss situation in Libya: White House
  • Exclusive: Hong Kong activists discuss 'parliament-in-exile' after China crackdown
  • France gives cities power to require face masks outdoors; mandate imposed in Lille
  • Timeline: Malaysian ex-PM Najib found guilty in 1MDB scandal
  • WHO's Tedros pulls out of UK event after U.S. confirms to exit WHO
  • Clean up 'inhumane' migrant fruit-picker camps, UN official tells Spain after fires
  • 'Delicious taxes': Thai protesters use Japanese cartoon hamster to mock government
  • North Korea's Kim fires officials for extortion linked to hospital project
  • Mexican president says political party funding should be cut by half
  • High-flying facemasks arrive at Mexican hospitals by drone
  • Seoul mayor found dead after leaving message 'like a will'
  • Five more policemen arrested for custody death in southern India
  • German study shows low coronavirus infection rate in schools
  • Ukraine: it's too early to blame human error for downing of passenger plane in Iran
  • U.S. accuses Chinese nationals of hacking spree for COVID-19 data, defense secrets
  • Jeffrey Epstein friend Ghislaine Maxwell arrested on sex abuse charges
  • UK government adds Luxembourg arrivals to 14-day quarantine list
  • Indigenous leaders angry about coronavirus risk from Brazilian military visit
  • Austria's Kurz says rejects current EU recovery plan, expects new proposals