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  • Differences remain between UK, EU in trade talks, says Gove
  • American jailed for bid to overthrow Vietnam government says he was kidnapped
  • Canada reintroduces bill banning LGBT conversion therapy
  • The final chapter? COVID spells crisis for Paris' riverside booksellers
  • Luis Arce: Bolivia's new president credited for its socialist growth 'miracle'
  • Australia to discuss security, economic recovery at 'Quad' meeting with Japan, India, U.S
  • Yazidi Iraqi keeps tradition alive of arak-making from dates
  • European leaders ask Commission to name areas of strategic EU weakness
  • Mexico to begin search for victims of 2006 Pasta de Conchos mine blast in 2022
  • UK PM Boris Johnson searching for a chief of staff: Sunday Times
  • Sudan’s normalization with Israel depends on legislative approval: minister
  • Nigeria considers social media regulation in wake of deadly shooting
  • In midst of cardinal scandal, pope seeks to reassure money inspectors
  • Namibia faces tough challenge to reverse apartheid legacy: president
  • Indian troops kill top Kashmiri militant commander
  • Armenia says two French journalists hurt during Azeri shelling in Armenian town
  • Malaysia summons French diplomat over alleged anti-Islam speech
  • EU pushes UK to budge at 'critical stage' in Brexit talks
  • Scorned by Trump, many Nigerians love him all the same
  • UAE welcomes permanent ceasefire agreement in Libya - statement
  • Praying for a miracle? COVID curbs hit Portuguese shrine's tourist trade
  • U.S. prepared to meet immediately with Russia on nuclear arms control: State Department
  • UK health minister extends COVID measures in northern England
  • Czech Republic's coronavirus daily tally tops 15,000 for first time
  • Westinghouse signs expanded Ukraine nuclear fuel deal
  • France to ban Turkish ultra-nationalist Grey Wolves group
  • U.S. water row puts Mexican president in opposition sights
  • French activists say 100,000 hurt by Total's Ugandan oil operation
  • U.S. removal of Sudan from 'sponsors of terrorism' list is step toward debt relief: IMF
  • EU tells Britain to give ground to secure trade deal, UK to respond Friday
  • Russian foreign ministry says it knows about Syrian mercenaries in Karabakh: RIA
  • Serbs mark 1,000 days from killing of moderate Kosovo Serbpolitician
  • Thailand reports first local coronavirus cases in over a month
  • Seven victims of Vienna attacks in life-threatening condition: APA
  • French forces neutralized over 50 jihadists Mali, says defence minister
  • France considers new Paris curfew as lockdown rules are flouted
  • Man who knifed French teacher was 18 years old, born in Moscow: BFM TV
  • Turkey tells Russia to press Armenia to abide by Nagorno-Karabakh truce
  • Man in custody over alleged links to Nice attacker - source
  • Exclusive: Russian hackers targeted California, Indiana Democratic parties
  • China's Xinjiang finds asymptomatic coronavirus case in Kashgar
  • Britain stands with France, Germany over Navalny, Raab says
  • Nigerian police pledge ICRC training as thousands protest nationwide
  • Pompeo says China has brought lawlessness to Sri Lanka and the Maldives
  • Scorned by Trump, many Nigerians love him all the same
  • More restrictions in cities inevitable if measures don't help: govt
  • Poland introduces stricter enforcement of coronavirus limits
  • Belarus says it has evidence opposition council members sought to harm national security
  • Australia records no new COVID-19 cases for first time in five months
  • Thai police turn water cannon on defiant protesters
  • Pakistan's parliament urges government to withdraw envoy from France
  • Taiwan president to pledge strong defences as China tensions rise
  • Hundreds of Thai protesters gather despite warnings
  • Senior U.S. lawmakers ask Trump to investigate Navalny poisoning
  • North Korea unveils 'monster' new intercontinental ballistic missile at parade
  • Hardest months of coronavirus are still ahead of us, Merkel says
  • Zanzibar opposition campaign manager says he was threatened by armed men
  • Libyan investigators find more mass graves in recaptured city
  • Australia refers invasive search of women at Qatar airport to federal police
  • Iran Rouhani urges regional peace in talk with Azerbaijan's Aliyev
  • 'Time is running out,' EU warns, urging measures to avoid new lockdowns
  • Pakistani PM says he will upgrade status of part of Kashmir, angering India
  • China says will make 'necessary' response to U.S. arms sales to Taiwan
  • Photo agency settles with Harry and Meghan over photos of their son at home
  • EU lawmakers clear Commission reshuffle after Hogan exit
  • Kremlin says extremely important for Nagorno-Karabakh truce to be observed
  • Mnuchin to lead U.S. delegation to Israel, Bahrain, UAE Oct. 17-20
  • France must accept new national lockdown, says hospital professor
  • Vietnam troops hunts for survivors after typhoon kills 31
  • Polanski's wartime rescuers named Righteous Among the Nations
  • Moscow terrorist bomb attack thwarted, attacker held, says FSB
  • Australian ex-PM Rudd calls for inquiry into Murdoch media dominance
  • Malaysia warns of new coronavirus wave following election spike
  • Tens of thousands protest in Belarus, defying warning shots
  • Turkish business groups call for Saudi action to resolve trade problems
  • Iran sees no arms buying spree as it expects U.N. embargo to end
  • Police in Belarus detained more than 500 people at protests on Monday: RIA
  • Spanish police arrest man for praising attack near Paris
  • Poland introduces stricter enforcement of coronavirus limits
  • Kyrgyzstan's parliament starts session to discuss new government
  • Concerned about Channel crossings, UK minister vows to toughen asylum rules
  • Merkel wants a fair Brexit deal that serves both sides
  • A millennials love affair: China's second-hand luxury goods market booms
  • QAnon received earlier boost from Russian accounts on Twitter, archives show
  • Scotland's Sturgeon lambasts virus-positive lawmaker who took long train journey
  • North Korea says China dust could spread COVID-19, warns people to stay inside
  • U.S., Japan, Australia conducted naval exercises in South China Sea Monday - U.S. Navy
  • Lebanon's Hariri secures enough support to be named PM:tally
  • Countries attacking Islam want to relaunch Crusades: Erdogan
  • Johnson eyes more local lockdown measures as COVID cases rise
  • UK must be hard-headed in relationship with China - Sunak
  • Suspected jihadists kill 25 in central Mali attacks
  • Queen expresses support for mainstream media
  • Thailand revokes protest ban that backfired
  • Saudi-led coalition intercepts explosive-laden drone launched by Yemen's Houthis: state TV
  • French church in Nice hit by deadly attack seeks solace in mass
  • Factbox: The 10 'Organising Principles' underpinning relaunched UK-EU talks
  • Afghan defence minister flies to embattled Helmand after Taliban gains
  • A year on, Lebanon's protests have faded and life has got worse
  • U.N. condemns 'horrific murder' of French teacher