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  • Severe bread shortages loom for Syria as fresh U.S. sanctions grip
  • Cracking down on drunken crowds, Mallorca shuts party streets
  • Chilean senators give green light to controversial pension withdrawals
  • Greece says Turkey is being 'petty' over Hagia Sophia
  • Rio de Janeiro beaches open for exercise not sunbathing, experts still worried
  • EU deal on recovery is possible and a necessity: French minister
  • Macron names Jean Castex as prime minister in government overhaul
  • Myanmar sets November 8 for election testing democratic reforms
  • Indonesia posts worst daily rise in COVID-19 cases after outbreak among military cadets
  • Tunisia's Ennahdha party to review stance on government
  • Poland may reimpose some curbs as daily COVID-19 cases jump
  • Displaced Yazidis head back to Sinjar as coronavirus lockdown bites
  • Cinemas in China begin to reopen after six-month coronavirus closure
  • Zimbabwe government minister died from COVID-19
  • Hamster hero? How a Japanese cartoon became Thai youth protesters' symbol
  • Ontario premier says new measures to help fix 'broken' education system
  • China asks Brazil to stop exports from two meat plants over coronavirus worries, source says
  • WHO reports record daily increase in global coronavirus cases, up over 230,000
  • New Zealand suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong
  • U.S. senior diplomat complains Europe not doing enough in Libya
  • Britain and West urge China to scrap HK security law, open Xinjiang
  • Germany fears erosion of Hong Kong's autonomy, Merkel says
  • UK eyes France, Germany after slapping coronavirus quarantine on Spain
  • Travelers are venturing out again but avoiding planes, international trips, survey shows
  • Russian journalist found guilty of justifying terrorism, but avoids jail
  • Socially distant geisha struggle to survive in coronavirus shadow
  • Surge in damaged cash as worried South Koreans try to microwave the virus
  • Venezuela supreme court approves extradition request to Italy for ex-oil czar
  • UK criticises Twitter, Instagram for being slow to remove rapper Wiley's posts
  • Russia opens criminal case against activist for failing to declare dual nationality
  • Barcelona's landmark Sagrada Familia reopens for key workers
  • Britain mulls joining EU's coronavirus vaccine scheme
  • In West Bank, Eid sacrifices plummet as Palestinian virus cases soar
  • Pirates kidnap nine in attack on vessel off Nigeria, says ship owner
  • With no Brits, cash-strapped Algarve fights for survival
  • Flood death toll hits 20 as Japan warned of more rainfall
  • VIP waxworks socially-distance outside London's Madame Tussauds
  • News of Kuwait emir's health reassuring, parliament speaker says
  • VIP waxworks socially-distance outside London's Madame Tussauds
  • Burkina Faso probes bullet-ridden bodies discovered after army operation
  • Former Unaoil manager gets three-year jail sentence over Iraq bribery
  • France reduces Chinese flights to Paris in tit-for-tat row
  • Italy's right-wing League opens office near old Communist HQ in symbolic move
  • Peru's Vizcarra shuffles cabinet as pandemic takes toll
  • Ambassador says alleged Russian mercenaries planned to fly to Turkey from Belarus: TASS
  • Check in but never leave: Taiwan offers fake flights for travel-starved tourists
  • Cruise ships return to Danube with strict safety rules on board
  • Masks and bikinis as Bangkok sex districts reopen with new rules
  • El Salvador to keep airport closed for commercial flights amid coronavirus fears
  • Palestinian cyclists say attacked by Israeli settlers after trail app led them astray
  • 'It's a very emotional time': Hong Kongers pack memories for new life overseas
  • India coronavirus cases hit record high amid monsoon rains
  • Set sail and social distance: Taiwan resumes ocean cruise amid pandemic
  • Putin says Russian Navy to get hypersonic nuclear strike weapons
  • France’s foreign ministry spoke to Turkish envoy to refute 'inaccurate, bias' claims
  • Kenya uses app in battle against desert locusts
  • All passengers on Iranian plane exited, only minor injuries: Beirut airport head
  • Australia PM delays parliament as coronavirus spreads
  • Czech republic reports 15,081 coronavirus cases: health ministry data
  • UK pauses daily coronavirus death toll update over data concerns
  • Vietnam says it has no plans for widespread lockdown
  • New Zealand's Ardern dismisses minister over inappropriate relationship claims
  • Bus plunges into reservoir in China, 21 dead
  • European air executives, airlines, urge Canada to safely restore travel
  • British government to hold White House-style televised briefings
  • France’s foreign ministry spoke to Turkish envoy to refute 'inaccurate, bias' claims
  • COVID creates north-south divide in Croatia's tourism fortunes
  • Analysts View - 'The money matters': EU stimulus deal lowers region's risk premium
  • Slovakia reports biggest jump in coronavirus infections since April
  • Take coronavirus seriously, Iranian state media urge people
  • South Africa reimposes alcohol ban, curfew as coronavirus cases spike
  • With a heavy hand, India rides out Kashmir's year of disquiet
  • Nurses in Zimbabwe arrested as they protest over pay
  • India's Modi warns of coronavirus 'negligence' as some cities extend lockdowns
  • Brexit will split financial markets, says Bank of England appointee
  • Ivory Coast ruling party may ask president to stand again after PM dies
  • In Tokyo, a temple offers pandemic-hit Vietnamese workers a safe haven
  • Macron says France will be among first to get Sanofi vaccine
  • Global coronavirus cases exceed 10 million
  • South Korea court overturns conviction of likely presidential contender
  • Kosovo-Serbia talks to resume on Sunday, German government says
  • Rio de Janeiro beaches open for exercise not sunbathing, experts still worried
  • UK's Prince Philip hands over patronage of the Rifles after 67 years
  • Scavengers in India risk health to sift coronavirus debris
  • French soldier dies in Chad accident
  • Santander Chairman says EU aid agreement paves way for cross-border mergers
  • Italy calls for restrictions on non-EU arrivals to contain epidemic
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 159 to 198,963: RKI
  • Iran says it has executed Iranian agent linked to CIA
  • Moscow says it will respond to 'unfriendly' British action after meddling allegations
  • BHP faces first step in $6.3 billion UK claim over Brazil dam failure
  • U.S. ambassador says EU criticism of Poland 'overblown'
  • Islamic State claims attack in Afghanistan's Jalalabad
  • Balance of risk now more favourable for euro economy - ECB's Knot
  • Russia's Putin, Turkey's Erdogan discuss conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan
  • UK government adds Luxembourg arrivals to 14-day quarantine list
  • Irish pubs may be prosecuted for COVID-19 public health breaches
  • Malaysia spares Rohingya refugees from caning
  • Young man shot and killed in Venezuela protesting gasoline shortages