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  • Ukraine's border is open to Belarusians, says foreign minister
  • Brazil eyes coronavirus vaccine rollout in January, acting health minister says
  • Lithuania, Estonia push for EU sanctions on Lukashenko: diplomats
  • Tsikhanouskaya says foreign powers could mediate in Belarus's unrest
  • Israel to lock down nationwide in main holiday season amid COVID-19 surge
  • Canada, U.S., EU and Britain are discussing sanctions against Belarus: Ottawa
  • EU deeply concerned with Belarus repressions, plans sanctions
  • Brother of South Korean slain by North rebuffs accusation he tried to defect
  • 'Shocking': Blair, Major chide UK plan to breach international law
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko lands in Sochi for talks with Putin
  • South Korea's defiant churches face backlash for hampering COVID-19 response
  • Venezuela's Guaido calls for more international pressure on Maduro
  • China's foreign minister may visit Japan as early as October: source
  • Serum Institute says India trials of COVID-19 vaccine ongoing
  • China to hold more military drills off northeast, east coasts
  • 'We do our best': fuel shortages make Yemen doctors' lives even harder
  • UK's Johnson, France's Macron agree on need for Brexit deal, UK says
  • Saudi Arabia says it busted terrorist cell trained by Iran's Revolutionary Guards
  • Attacks surge in northwest Pakistan as Afghan peace effort brings shifting sands
  • Skills lost due to COVID school closures will hit output for generations: OECD
  • London statue of Churchill defaced again
  • Navalny ally says Russian investigation would show Putin responsible for poisoning
  • Canada at 'crossroads' as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Chile extends state of catastrophe due to pandemic by 90 days
  • Indonesia's capital to reimpose restrictions over coronavirus
  • Macron presses Lebanese politicians as cabinet deadline looms
  • Polish President considering imposing sanctions on Belarus, Lithuania says
  • U.S. blacklists ICC prosecutor over Afghanistan war crimes probe
  • Woman suspected of mailing ricin letter to Trump ordered to stay in U.S. custody
  • Belarus police detain at least 10 protesters in Minsk - TASS
  • Russia says regrets Bulgaria's decision to expel diplomats, promises retaliatory measures
  • Philippines deports U.S. Marine who killed transgender woman
  • Paris police bans planned weekend 'Yellow Vests' protest
  • Pakistan court sentences Christian to death on blasphemy charges
  • Thai Airways opens diner for customers craving in-flights meals
  • Two members of Lebanese security forces killed in armed clashes
  • New Dutch coronavirus cases spike to 1,140, most since April
  • Japan health minister Kato likely to replace Suga as chief cabinet secretary: Nippon TV
  • Man accused of slashing pregnant wife's stomach 'to check gender'
  • Turkey's Erdogan calls on Armenians to stand against leadership amid clashes with Azerbaijan
  • Bahrain's minister of transportation discusses cooperation with Israeli counterpart - BNA
  • UK reports 4,368 new cases of COVID-19
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah condemns Bahrain move to normalize Israel ties
  • Call the police on parties and don't mingle, says Patel
  • Armenia reports first death on its soil after Azeri shelling
  • Sudan and major rebel group agree to resume peace talks
  • Belarusian protest leader detained by unidentified people: Tut.By media report
  • Police in Belarus detained 364 people at protests on Wednesday - ministry
  • Senegal activates emergency floods aid plan after downpour
  • Abe plan for land-attack counterpunch could mark major military shift for Japan
  • Iran registers record daily high in coronavirus cases - TV
  • Spain seeks 'democratic guarantees' from Venezuela for elections
  • UK records 1,735 confirmed cases of COVID-19, highest since June 4
  • Exclusive: Brazil's Lula says he will back anyone who can take on Bolsonaro
  • Greta Thunberg says Venice documentary shows her real self
  • Canada condemns attack on Russia's Navalny, says chemical weapons use 'despicable'
  • Thai protesters tie white ribbons at prison for activists
  • Australia says security agencies acted on evidence in Chinese journalist raid
  • Up to a quarter of Brazilians may not take COVID-19 vaccine - newspaper
  • Australia to ease border limits and allow more citizens home
  • Italy minister's embrace of 'Blackface' memes spotlights racism
  • Bahrain and Israel foreign ministers hold phone call
  • Pakistan opposition urges end to military 'interference' in politics
  • International travel fell 65% in first half, could take four years to recover, U.N. tourism body says
  • U.S.-Canada border shutdown likely to extend through November, Ottawa cool to more exemptions - sources
  • Ex-Goldman banker seeks review of 1MDB charges in Malaysia
  • Brazil registers 1,075 new coronavirus deaths: health ministry
  • Abiding by COVID-19 curbs, Australian school kids protest in opposition to gas
  • Chemical weapons agency: Germany has asked for help in investigating alleged Navalny poisoning
  • Polish President considering imposing sanctions on Belarus, Lithuania says
  • Factbox: After Brexit row, what does Britain's Internal Market Bill do?
  • London police shooting suspect believed to have shot himself: police chief
  • Thai hospitals and companies hit by ransomware attacks
  • Indonesia to U.S., China: Don't trap us in your rivalry
  • Merkel visited Kremlin critic Navalny in hospital
  • Military plane carrying air force cadets crashes in Ukraine, killing 22
  • Bolsonaro plays down Amazon fires, accuses NGOs of blocking land titling
  • English tourists rush back from Portugal to avoid COVID-19 quarantine
  • No Nord Stream 2? No problem for Germany, economists say
  • Czech president tries to tamp down China anger after speaker's Taiwan trip
  • Belarus opposition stands united, key figure says amid strategy rift
  • Thai king restores titles to once-disgraced royal consort
  • Solomons province pushes for independence in 'China switch' fallout
  • UK reports 6,178 new COVID-19 cases, highest figure since May 1
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says 16 servicemen killed, 100 wounded in Azeri clashes
  • China accuses U.S. of racial discrimination over visa cancellations
  • Venezuela opposition must stop pretending to be government, Capriles says
  • Pope to travel outside Rome for first time since coronavirus pandemic
  • Turkish, Russian officials nearing deal on Libya ceasefire, political process: minister
  • Ethnic Mongolians in China protest removal of traditional language in schools
  • North Korea leader tours typhoon-hit area, directs recovery effort
  • Pensioners' paradise lost: COVID sows fear among Cote D'Azur retirees
  • EU's Michel says uncertain if there will be post-Brexit deal with UK
  • Russia steps up support for private military contractor in Libya: U.N. report
  • Japan defence chief Kono backs Suga for prime minister, but keeps eye on top job
  • As Colombia's FARC leaders testify, abuse survivors see little hope for justice
  • Argentine lawmaker quits after lewd act during virtual session
  • U.S. readies bans on cotton, tomato imports from China's Xinjiang
  • Mainland China reports 32 new COVID-19 cases, highest since August 10
  • Thousands protest in Pakistan over reprinting of Mohammad cartoons in France