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  • Hundreds held in Indonesia as tempers flare on second day of protests
  • U.S. lawmakers hammer Pentagon over lack of detail on Germany troop cuts
  • UK parliament approves renewal of emergency coronavirus laws
  • American jailed for attempt to overthrow Vietnam government back in California
  • Belarus moves jailed U.S. citizen, two others to house arrest
  • The faces of India's coronavirus pandemic as deaths hit 100,000
  • Analysis: Biden win would lift Mexico-U.S. ties but energy is 'canary in the mine'
  • UK will consider what action to take on Russia in Navalny case: Raab
  • U.S. steps up efforts to establish ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Flooding devastates farms in parts of Sudan - U.N
  • Japan will take steps to guard against Olympics cyberattacks
  • Southeast Asia flood deaths near 40 as new storm approaches
  • Canadian ski resorts face winter without international cash cows
  • Poland reports new record of daily coronavirus-related deaths
  • Palestinian village installs cameras, accusing Israeli settlers of attacks
  • New restrictions imposed on Spain's Ibiza after contagion spreads
  • Factbox: Voices from Armenia and Azerbaijan on the Karabakh conflict
  • Turkey cool to U.S., Russia, France ceasefire effort in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • France church attack victim who raised alarm was Brazil-born samba enthusiast
  • Japan Ink: Growing tribe proudly defies tattoo taboo, hopes for Olympian boost
  • European Union agrees to help Mozambique tackle insurgency: statement
  • We should get ready for Australia-style no-deal exit, PM Johnson says
  • UK needs to make a Brexit call soon: deal or no-deal?
  • U.S. has begun process of removing Sudan from state terrorism list, Pompeo says
  • Feeling lonely? Captain Tom launches podcast to tackle isolation
  • U.S. defense chief's rare Algeria visit points to Sahel region threats
  • Man rescued from rubble as Turkey quake death toll hits 62
  • New Zealand PM Ardern touts success in tackling pandemic in poll push
  • German government to commission institutional racism study
  • U.S. calls for WHO reforms, timely information on outbreaks
  • Czech Republic's daily COVID-19 infections top 11,000 for first time
  • Red Cross says injuries reported after boat carrying aid attacked in Myanmar
  • Eta could become Category 5 hurricane before landfall: U.S. NHC
  • Sudan's premier backs demands for justice as ICC prosecutor visits
  • More Nigerian protests against police brutality as reforms fail to convince
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan trade fresh accusations of Karabakh shelling
  • Nigeria's president urges end to protests but remains silent on demonstration shooting
  • OSCE says Georgian parliament vote was competitive with some flaws
  • Paramilitary convoy attacked in southwestern Pakistan, killing 14
  • Work to bridge gap with EU begins next week: UK negotiator
  • Ivory Coast President Ouattara wins re-election with 94.27% vote
  • Police in Belarus crack down on protesters, detain dozens
  • Britain records 18,804 new COVID cases on Monday
  • UAE records highest daily COVID-19 cases for second day
  • Hong Kong police arrest dozens in bid to prevent China national day protest
  • Paint it black: UK postboxes change colour to honour Black Britons
  • Erdogan files criminal complaint against Dutch politician Wilders
  • Egypt says freedom of expression 'stops' when Muslims offended
  • Azeri leader rules out concessions before Nagorno-Karabakh talks
  • Thai royalists confront protesters in Bangkok skirmish
  • France to hold aid conference for Lebanon in November: minister
  • Russia approves bill allowing national law to trump international treaties
  • Congolese businessman who faced graft charges in Angola dies in diving accident: relatives
  • Russia detains serviceman and his brother for passing state secrets to Estonia
  • Indonesian team probing deadly Papua shootings attacked
  • Croatia reports record high 542 daily COVID-19 cases
  • Europeans urge wider curbs as COVID sweeps continent, batters U.S
  • Nearly three million migrants stranded by COVID-19 - UN report
  • Sri Lanka parliament strengthens presidential powers
  • South African white farmers, Black protesters face off over farm murder
  • Azerbaijan says 14 people killed by shelling in Barda: RIA
  • French activists say 100,000 hurt by Total's Ugandan oil operation
  • Britain calls for an end to violence in Nigeria
  • Pope signs new encyclical, but is title inclusive enough?
  • UAE welcomes permanent ceasefire agreement in Libya - statement
  • 'Danger was coming': lone protester who defied Thai police
  • Despite Lebanon's woes, Armenians spring to action for Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Suspected Islamist was under observation on day of Dresden attack
  • Italy orders COVID-19 testing on travellers from UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Czech Republic
  • Kidnappings by pirates up 40% in Gulf of Guinea: IMB
  • Jordan's King Abdullah accepts resignation of Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz
  • Putin, Armenian PM discuss Nagorno-Karabakh in third phone call in six days: Kremlin
  • Spain holds off on curfews, but struggles to contain COVID-19
  • Panama president isolating after coworker tests positive for COVID-19
  • Sweden's daily COVID-19 cases hit highest level since June
  • Russia says Islamist fighters in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict pose threat to Moscow
  • UK's Raab says: we're disappointed by EU but a deal can be done
  • COVID upsets EU summit as European Commission chief self-isolates
  • Factbox: Britain talks of Aussie-style trade deal with EU. But what is it?
  • Washington to host talks on Nagorno-Karabakh, warring sides say
  • Iran short of 'significant quantity' of potential bomb material: IAEA boss
  • Czechs seek more patient capacity as COVID-19 infections soar
  • India's coronavirus infections rise to 6.39 million
  • Greek Orthodox priest shot and wounded at church in France
  • EU leaders aim for deal in December on climate change target
  • Detained Australian Yang Hengjun set to face trial in Beijing
  • Pakistan PM accuses Macron of attacking Islam by 'encouraging' blasphemous cartoons
  • KLM plane in Bucharest searched after bomb threat, no explosives found
  • Italy condemns detention of fishermen seized off eastern Libya
  • Russia evacuates villages as huge blaze breaks out at arms depot
  • EU tells Britain to give ground to secure trade deal, UK to respond Friday
  • Deaths after flu shots in S.Korea fan fears, but authorities find no link
  • Kremlin closely follows U.S. presidential campaign, will refrain from statements
  • Bang your pots: top French chef calls for COVID protest
  • Migrant evacuation flights resume from Libya, U.N. agency says
  • Showers of lotus flowers mark end of Buddhist Lent in Thailand
  • North Korean state TV broadcasts military parade in Pyongyang
  • Azerbaijan President Aliyev thanks Turkey's Erdogan for support
  • Syria's Assad says Russian bases in his country keep balance of power in region
  • China urges U.S. to drop 'Cold War' mentality