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  • China says latest U.S. sailing near Taiwan 'extremely dangerous'
  • Ten militants and five civilians killed in east Congo violence: army, local leader
  • Hezbollah open to discussing new political order in Lebanon, says Nasrallah
  • South Africa's Ramaphosa seeks to stamp authority on ANC after corruption scandals
  • U.S. pandemic worse than Mexico, Lopez Obrador says after travel warning
  • A life’s work shattered: stained glass artist counts cost of Beirut blast
  • Former India president Mukherjee dies after developing lung infection
  • New Zealand's Ardern takes mask making into her own hands ahead of virus measure
  • Trinidad and Tobago ramps up measures against coronavirus
  • Australia PM says building Indo-Pacific alliance will be 'critical priority'
  • German embassy employee among dead in Beirut explosion: ministry
  • 'Pure joy': Giant panda at U.S. National Zoo gives birth to healthy cub
  • Uzbekistan to start lifting lockdown from Saturday
  • EU drops Morocco from safe country travel list
  • Ukraine to restrict Jewish pilgrimage in response to Israel plea
  • Guinea's ruling party nominates President Conde for third term
  • Bangladesh's Beximco signs COVID-19 vaccine deal with India's Serum Institute
  • U.N. tribunal verdict does not concern Hezbollah, says MP
  • Explainer: Pandemic behaviour - Why some people don't play by the rules
  • French President: Lebanon needs reforms or will suffer more
  • UK steps up plans to tackle migrant Channel crossings with new commander
  • Quake shakes Costa Rica capital:witness
  • Kremlin defies calls to probe Navalny illness, says poisoning not certain
  • UAE could reintroduce curfew in some areas as COVID-19 cases rise, official says
  • Nigerian lawyers fight back against police brutality, graft
  • Wanting to social distance, biking surges in North America's largest city
  • Sudan boosts security in port city after 32 die in tribal clashes
  • Tokyo bar uses 'fish bowl' screens to lure back virus-wary clients
  • Amid quarantine, Ecuador women speak in code to seek protection from domestic violence
  • Back to the paddy fields. COVID smashes Indian middle-class dreams
  • South Korea floods, landslides kill 14
  • 'Nothing to worry about': Thailand seeks to ease fears of coronavirus return
  • U.N. Security Council president dismisses U.S. sanctions move on Iran
  • Kremlin defies calls to probe Navalny illness, says poisoning not certain
  • Italy's foreign minister to meet Chinese counterpart in Rome next week
  • UK PM Johnson to launch drive to get Britain back to the office: Telegraph
  • Lockdown, leftovers and how food frugality is a climate boon
  • Turkey extends work of Mediterranean exploration ship through August 27
  • U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation to help Lebanon probe Beirut explosion
  • Heavy rains kill four of Nepal family; floods ease in India
  • Marco becomes hurricane as it moves towards U.S. Gulf coast, NHC says
  • Kenya woman's ordeal highlights newly identified sex trafficking route
  • Faction of DR Congo rebel group surrenders after internal revolt
  • Siberian hospital diagnoses Kremlin critic Navalny with metabolic disease
  • 'I could have suffocated': Peru's pandemic tensions burst with nightclub tragedy
  • Afghan President signs decree to release final batch of Taliban prisoners - sources
  • EU calls on Belarus to drop criminal case against opposition body
  • Kuwait emir's health shows 'significant improvement': PM
  • New evidence in Thai Red Bull hit-and-run case, says prosecutor's office
  • Ecuador says some Chinese vessels near Galapagos have cut communications systems
  • Polish 'LGBT-free' town gets state financing after EU funds cut
  • Africa is declared free of wild polio by certification committee
  • Czechs must wear face masks again in many places from September 1, expect tough autumn
  • Esper: U.S. will cut troop levels in Afghanistan to 'less than 5,000'
  • Explainer: Source of New Zealand coronavirus outbreak still a mystery
  • France to ask UK to pay 30 million pounds to police English Channel: newspaper
  • Spaniards ask where Juan Carlos has gone after ex-king leaves country
  • Turkey, Greece to hold rival naval drills as Germany aims to cool row
  • '$500 for everyone': Belarus leader's Soviet-style economy wears thin for some voters
  • Turkey ferries COVID-19 aid to Venezuela as foreign minister visits
  • Russian doctors allow Kremlin critic Navalny to be flown to Germany
  • Iran official: No Iranian ships or fuel cargoes have been seized: IRNA
  • Russia says no need for mediation in Belarus, accuses foreign powers of meddling
  • For some Lebanese, U.N. tribunal's Hariri ruling is not enough
  • Amid tensions with Turkey, Greece in joint manoeuvres with France
  • Text books and face masks, Europe's children return to school
  • Romanian theatres, restaurants could reopen in September
  • Explainer: World Health Organization's struggle for a global COVID-19 vaccine plan
  • French minister heads to Iraq amid Islamic State resurgence
  • Mexico nears 50,000 coronavirus deaths, with 829 new fatalities
  • Israel halts fuel shipments to Gaza over fire balloons
  • South Africa's COVID-19 infections breach 600,000 mark
  • Qatar raises minimum wage, lifts curbs on changing jobs
  • Scared by Skopje flight, Finland to mandate COVID-19 tests for travellers
  • New Zealand court rules part of early coronavirus lockdown was illegal
  • U.N. condemns air strikes in Yemen that reportedly killed children
  • Russia's coronavirus tally passes 960,000
  • More than 25 killed and over 2,500 injured in Beirut blast, says health minister
  • Facebook must do more to stop online hate against women, U.S. and EU politicians urge
  • U.S. says supports right of Lebanese to peaceful protest, urges political reforms
  • British street artist Banksy funds refugee rescue boat
  • Senior Palestinian calls Israeli-UAE deal 'sell-out'
  • Death toll from Indian passenger aircraft accident rises to 18
  • Lebanon's Hariri nominates Adib as PM, Lebanese media reports
  • Flights between Turkey, Iraq suspended until Oct. 1: Iraq aviation
  • Egypt's Sisi welcomes UAE-Israel deal, halt to annexation of Palestinian lands
  • Iranian commander says Tehran's approach to UAE will change after Israel deal
  • Head of Brazil's 'Car Wash' anti-graft task force quits with team's future in doubt
  • Pompeo says after Lai arrest, unlikely that China will rethink Hong Kong stance
  • French PM likens killing of French aid workers in Niger to 2015 Paris attacks
  • One in five at Kashmir jail tests positive as India COVID cases soar
  • France reports 6,111 new COVID-19 infections, second highest daily tally yet
  • Oman to lift internal travel restrictions, reduce curfew
  • Mali protests resume as thousands call for president to resign
  • 'Impossible' that Beirut port blast was caused by Hezbollah arms, says president
  • Iraqi religious bodies house patients instead of pilgrims to help fight COVID-19
  • Belarusian leader says no to new election, accuses NATO of build-up
  • Crisis-weary Lebanon braces for Hariri tribunal verdict
  • Russia's coronavirus case tally nears 900,000
  • Denmark extends support for cultural activities hit by pandemic