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  • COVID vaccine unlikely to be deployed widely in Britain before spring: adviser
  • France says Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire is first step
  • Iran's daily COVID-19 deaths hit record; health official says true toll worse
  • Explainer: Why New Zealand's MMP electoral system usually provides a close race
  • Pope signs new encyclical, but is title inclusive enough?
  • New Zealand rangers, volunteers try to rescue 25 stranded whales
  • Tens of thousands protest in Belarus, defying warning shots
  • Vatican condemns Nice church attack, says terror never acceptable
  • UK to exclude Chinese students from sensitive subjects - Times
  • COVID-19 still likely to be spreading exponentially, UK says
  • Russia confronts waning influence over Karabakh foes, must reckon with Turkey
  • Kremlin says fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh should stop immediately
  • Explainer: Lithium, Morales and cocaine - What's at stake as Bolivia votes?
  • U.S. borders with Canada, Mexico to stay closed to non-essential travel until Nov. 21
  • Colombia's government must protect communities to stop activist killings: report
  • Merkel: Barriers to investing in China are still too high, need reciprocity
  • Turkish court approves new indictment against philanthropist Kavala
  • Peru to restart international flights to some regional countries as it eases coronavirus restrictions
  • Thousands join protest against Indonesia jobs law
  • Pakistan's parliament urges government to withdraw envoy from France
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan agree to defuse Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • PM Johnson says lockdown approach correct despite rising cases
  • France urges EU to adopt measures against Turkey at next summit
  • North Cyprus reopens part of resort abandoned in 1974 conflict
  • Lebanon's caretaker PM says lifting subsidies would cause 'social explosion'
  • Bitter rivals, familiar faces and fears as Ivory Coast votes for president
  • Son of kidnapped French aid worker flying to Mali for her possible release
  • Natural disasters surge in past 20 years, likely to continue to wreak havoc: U.N.
  • France's Darmanin: 120 extra police to be sent to Nice after fatal knife attack
  • Myanmar centenarian shrugs off coronavirus, worries about grandchildren
  • French teacher's killer messaged with parent angry over caricatures: source
  • North Korea's Kim pledges thousands of new homes as economic push begins
  • Hundreds of thousands of people shackled for mental health issues globally, Human Rights Watch says
  • Spain postpones decision on curfew to contain 'out-of-control' virus
  • Japan opens airport coronavirus test lab for departing travellers
  • Europe's green tech key to climate change fight, Belgium says
  • Mali says troops regain control of village besieged by jihadists
  • Homes searched, arrests made in connection with Vienna attacks: APA
  • German police detain Syrian suspected of killing tourist
  • Putin says he has noted Joe Biden's harsh anti-Russian rhetoric
  • Japanese court opens government and TEPCO to further Fukushima claims
  • Six locations in Vienna attack, one person killed: police
  • Greek PM Mitsotakis calls Turkish President, offers condolences over quake
  • Chechen leader says Macron stance on cartoons inspires terrorists
  • At least 11 dead in blast in northwest Syrian town: witnesses
  • France, Russia, U.S. demand immediate end to Nagorno-Karabakh hostilities
  • Belarus leader threatens to leave protesters 'without hands' as strike rumbles
  • Canada probing allegations Azeri forces are using Canadian technology in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Yemen's warring parties start prisoner swap, raising peace prospects
  • Singapore to host cruises to nowhere from November
  • Wales imposes two-week lockdown: 'everybody must stay at home'
  • Israeli envoys will travel to Sudan for normalisation deal, Netanyahu says
  • Lobster facility fire in Nova Scotia 'suspicious,' Canadian minister says
  • Belarusian students complain of expulsions after joining opposition strike
  • Nigeria's police chief orders immediate deployment of anti-riot police unit, spokesman says
  • China to impose sanctions on U.S. firms over Taiwan arms sales
  • UK summons Iranian ambassador over Zaghari-Ratcliffe
  • New Brexit deal not possible unless last one respected, EU official says
  • French anti-terrorist body looking into knife attack in Nice
  • Azeris and ethnic Armenians fight as Russia, U.S. and France seek ceasefire
  • Navalny makes first video appearance since coma, says health much improved
  • New Zealand's Ardern admits to cannabis use 'a long time ago'
  • New clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh after Washington talks
  • German police detain Syrian suspected of killing tourist
  • Man rescued from rubble as Turkey quake death toll hits 62
  • Search and rescue helicopters attending incident in English Channel
  • As clock ticks, EU and UK tell each other to budge on Brexit
  • French COVID tracing app needs more downloads to be effective: minister
  • Kuwait bids farewell to late ruler and pillar of Arab diplomacy as new emir takes over
  • Iran warns of regional war, issues protest to Armenia and Azerbaijan
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro slams Biden for 'coward threats' over Amazon
  • Washington to host talks on Nagorno-Karabakh, warring sides say
  • Indigenous Colombian senator escapes shooting uninjured
  • Taliban welcome Trump tweet on withdrawing troops from Afghanistan by Christmas
  • Young Tunisian's journey from dowdy suburb to French church beheading
  • Turkish business groups call for Saudi action to resolve trade problems
  • Bolivia's socialists claim victory as unofficial count shows big win
  • Iran blacklists U.S. ambassador in Iraq, reciprocating U.S. move
  • Two police injured after shooting in Herblay, north of Paris
  • Israel's second lockdown carries a hefty economic price
  • Ukraine president's office: parliament must amend law on anti-corruption bureau
  • Britain's Gove says door not closed on EU deal talks
  • Britain stands steadfast with France after beheading: PM Johnson
  • Sudan says it will discuss trade, migration deals with Israel
  • Kremlin critic Navalny convalescing in Black Forest: local media
  • Saudi coalition says destroyed six Houthi drones - state TV
  • Chinese soldier captured by India handed back: Indian govt source
  • Pompeo shortens upcoming Asia trip after Trump falls ill with COVID-19
  • UK reports 14,542 cases of COVID-19
  • Eight migrants dead, 12 missing off coast of Djibouti: IOM
  • EU leaders to tell China to meet 2019-2020 trade deadlines
  • Serbs mark 1,000 days from killing of moderate Kosovo Serbpolitician
  • Elaborate Somali insurgent tax system collects almost as much as government
  • Brussels edges towards lockdown as Belgian COVID-19 cases hit record high
  • Nigeria's Buhari promises police reform; one protester killed
  • Six locations in Vienna attack, one person killed: police
  • Tens of thousands march in Belarus despite firearms threat
  • Venezuela's opposition prepares popular consultation to reject Maduro
  • China says U.S. should stop meddling after exiled Tibetan leader visits State Department
  • France's daily COVID-19 cases slow, but hospitalisations spike