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  • India extends lockdown in high-risk zones, to allow partial reopening elsewhere
  • Rio Tinto apologises for blowing up 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site
  • Please queue here: UK parliament votes on ending special coronavirus measures
  • 'No excuse' for countries that fail in contact tracing, WHO's Tedros says
  • Romanians protest against ban on gender identity studies
  • UK's queen, Prince William and Kate back businesses after lockdown
  • Sudan finds mass grave of conscripts killed during Bashir's rule
  • 'Performance art?': China rebukes U.S. envoy for photo stunt at talks with Russia
  • Magnitude 6 quake strikes Indonesia's Sulawesi region in Minahassa Peninsula: GFZ
  • Thai mom's face shields protect against virus and villains
  • Ex-U.S. marine jailed by Russia on spying charges hopes for prisoner swap: Ifax
  • Cape Verde can hold businessman who is close to Maduro for up to 40 days pending extradition
  • Saudi proposes framework to end standoff between allies in southern Yemen: sources
  • Colombia ELN rebels would back U.N. ceasefire, urge government to join
  • Exclusive: Trump administration says Huawei, Hikvision backed by Chinese military
  • Saudi Arabia reopens mosques with strict regulations for worshippers
  • Thailand pro-democracy protesters mark end of absolute monarchy
  • Egypt is committed to a diplomatic solution to Ethiopia's dam crisis, Sisi says
  • 'Near impunity' for drug war killings in Philippines, U.N. says
  • Thai army holds ceremony countering pro-democracy protesters view of history
  • Italy records 55 new coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, 318 new cases
  • PM Johnson to urge EU to reach agreement by end of summer
  • WHO says pandemic 'far from over' as daily cases hit record high
  • We cannot continue to be prisoners of COVID crisis, says UK PM Johnson
  • Bolsonaro joins rally against Brazil's top court; judge warns democracy at risk
  • City of Tokyo issues stay-home alert after jump in new virus infections
  • Leopold not to blame for Congo abuse, Belgian king's brother says
  • Hundreds attend funeral of Palestinian shot by Israeli police
  • Coronavirus spread in Canada is slowing, hotspots remain
  • French PM Philippe wins mayoral race in northern town of Le Havre
  • A picture and its story: Black man carries suspected far-right protester to safety
  • Trump says U.S. to pull some troops from Germany over NATO spending feud
  • North Korea accuses U.S. of hurting its image with cyber threat warning
  • Exclusive: Flush with corruption cash, Brazilian states step up deforestation fight
  • French coronavirus 24-hour death toll under 30 for third day in a row
  • Mexico posts record number of new coronavirus infections
  • UK government to say more about coronavirus 'air bridges' on June 29
  • Daily coronavirus cases in India near 20,000 as Mumbai extends lockdown
  • Lawmakers in Europe call on Israel to ditch annexation plans
  • North Korea suggests U.N. chief pretending to act like a drunk
  • UAE says Israel should back off threat to annex West Bank
  • Timeline: Key dates in Hong Kong's anti-government protests
  • At least 13 killed in landslide in Ivory Coast's main city
  • Crowds gather for coronavirus tests in Beijing amid new outbreak
  • France, Britain, Germany 'regret' U.S. end to Iran nuclear waivers
  • Hong Kong's last British governor likens city's democrats to Mandela, King
  • At least 12 Indian soldiers killed in border clashes with China
  • Turkey and Russia put off talks expected to tackle Libya and Syria
  • Amnesty says abuses rampant as West African armies target jihadists
  • Iran ship reaches Venezuelan waters with cargo of food
  • Hungary's parliament revokes government's special powers as virus ebbs
  • World boxing champion Joshua attends march, says racism is a pandemic
  • Construction of Austrian Holocaust victims' memorial begins
  • People's joy at reopened mosques in Gaza 'a blessing' says imam
  • Erdogan says he and Trump agreed 'some issues' on Libya
  • Germany waiting for EU view before deciding on Turkey travel restrictions
  • Putin and Merkel discuss Syria, Libya, Ukraine in phone call: Kremlin
  • India's Foreign Ministry asks some officials to quarantine after two positive for virus
  • West reluctant for 'dangerous' Taliban prisoners to be freed: sources
  • Austria lifting coronavirus border checks with all neighbours bar Italy
  • South Korea says it is battling 'second wave' of coronavirus
  • Sudan extends lockdown in Khartoum state to June 29
  • Belgian aged 103 walking marathon to raise funds for COVID-19 research
  • Bosnia police question regional PM over import of defective ventilators
  • Bird strike may have caused deadly Canadian Snowbirds jet crash, ministry says
  • Swedish PM to appoint coronavirus inquiry before summer amid criticism
  • Serbia to keep balancing West, Russia and China, president says
  • Taiwan to set up office to help people fleeing Hong Kong
  • Iran ship reaches Venezuelan waters with cargo of food
  • Israeli defence chief says he's preparing for consequences of West Bank annexations
  • U.S. Marines undergo quarantine after landing in northern Australian city
  • Mainland China reports 26 new COVID-19 cases including 22 in Beijing
  • Beirut's nightlife on the brink as pandemic compounds financial crisis
  • Mexico City to begin gradual exit from lockdown on Monday
  • Canada's treatment of some farm workers a 'national disgrace': minister
  • Egypt registers highest daily rise in coronavirus cases in nearly two weeks
  • No final decision at White House talks on Israeli annexation moves, U.S. officials say
  • U.S. concerned by libel verdicts against Philippine journalists
  • Italian nursing homes lacked tools for COVID-19 onslaught, survey shows
  • Indian families demand justice as they await bodies of soldiers killed in clash with China
  • Australia eliminates coronavirus in many areas, to ease curbs
  • Little fear, lots of love as Madrid medics do home rounds amid pandemic
  • Factbox: Irish coalition sets out programme for government
  • Car drives onto sidewalk cafe in southern Netherlands, injuring six
  • Hong Kong police arrest 53 pro-democracy activists, more rallies planned
  • Kyrgyzstan weighs return to state of emergency over coronavirus
  • Bulgaria to lift travel ban on Australian convicted of murder
  • Kremlin: Putin concerned about arrangements with U.S. amid protests - IFX
  • U.S. puts sanctions on five Iranian ship captains for bringing oil to Venezuela
  • Dedicated Indonesian teacher rethinks remote learning for offline pupils
  • Norway says its salmon did not cause virus at Beijing market
  • Venezuela's rival presidents prepare to battle over gold in London vaults
  • Coronavirus pandemic makes more people vulnerable to trafficking, says annual U.S. report
  • Turkey's ruling party fights its corner over wrestler joining bank board
  • India, China hold talks to defuse border standoff, thin out some forces
  • Family of black Frenchman who died in police custody call for protests
  • Coordinated blasts kill four in Pakistan, including soldiers
  • New Zealand tightens gun laws further in response to mass shooting
  • Prince Charles, Camilla to mark De Gaulle wartime broadcast with France's Macron
  • Mainland China reports 19 new coronavirus cases, including 13 in Beijing