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  • Four people die in accident near coal mine of Russia's Severstal
  • Zimbabwe court denies bail to journalist over anti-government protests
  • Merkel: Lukashenko refused to talk to me
  • Taliban kill four civilians during clashes with Afghan forces in central flood-hit province
  • Vietnam says early August 'decisive' in containing coronavirus
  • Irish PM, deputy PM say clear breaches of public health guidelines during Hogan's trip
  • At least 43 Syrians among people killed in Beirut blast: Al Mayadeen
  • U.S. diplomat: FBI to join Beirut blast investigation
  • UK will be 'ruthless' over quarantine, Johnson says when asked about France
  • France asks Afghans not to free Taliban convicted of killing French citizens
  • France checking reports six nationals killed in Niger: foreign ministry
  • Church at centre of South Korea coronavirus outbreak says government fabricating tests
  • Sudan signs peace deal with key rebel groups, some hold out
  • U.N. rights experts urge Chilean police to shelve feminist protesters complaint
  • Where state is weak, Mali militants broker talks between rival clans
  • Mexican president defends brother hit by cash scandal
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero's family accuses government of kidnapping him
  • Belarus crisis unsettling for Putin at home as opponents take heart
  • Quake shakes Costa Rica capital:witness
  • Fifth hostage freed in France police operation
  • U.S. won't approve Israeli annexations for 'some time', Kushner says
  • Russia protests after Norway expels diplomat in spy row
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero arrested on terrorism charges
  • Ireland has no plans now for more local lockdowns - health minister
  • Belarusian activist to press fight against Lukashenko with opposition leader
  • Middle East insurers seen taking bulk of losses from Beirut blast: sources
  • Lebanon must fight corruption after Beirut blast, says German foreign minister
  • Rocket falls inside Baghdad's Green Zone, no casualties, police sources say
  • Survey finds most Britons reject COVID-19 'vaccine nationalism'
  • Mexico signs up to Italian vaccine trial for coronavirus: minister
  • North Korea brings aid supplies to border town under lockdown: state media
  • Charlie Hebdo re-runs Prophet Mohammad cartoons to mark attack trial
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro approval rating at highest despite coronavirus: poll
  • Biegun says U.S. sees no indication of Russian military plans in Belarus
  • South Africa's COVID-19 infections breach 600,000 mark
  • Mainland China reports 44 new coronavirus cases on August 10
  • Surge in Spain's virus cases prompts regional smoking ban, field hospital
  • Ukraine expects to swap 100 prisoners with Russian-backed separatists within weeks
  • Australia's Victoria reports lowest rise in COVID-19 cases in five weeks
  • Singapore reports fewest daily COVID-19 cases in five months
  • Russian hospital doctor says no poison found in tests on Kremlin critic Navalny
  • Bahrain ends mandatory self-isolation for all arrivals
  • Marco becomes hurricane as it moves towards U.S. Gulf coast, NHC says
  • Turkey gave Hamas members passports, Israel says
  • Ukraine closes checkpoints at Crimean border to control coronavirus
  • Zimbabwe says foreign white farmers can apply to get back seized land
  • Norway to quarantine more travellers as COVID cases rise
  • Factbox: Who is Jimmy Lai, the media tycoon arrested in Hong Kong?
  • Israel says it thwarted foreign cyber attack on defence industry
  • China embassy says Britain is distorting Beijing's diplomatic efforts
  • Stark photos highlight plight of Indonesia's vulnerable doctors
  • Pompeo arrives in Bahrain, urges seizing momentum of UAE-Israel deal
  • Singapore to allow New Zealand, Brunei visitors in first border easing
  • Ireland says fresh COVID-19 spike 'deeply concerning'
  • North Korea lifts lockdown in town after suspected coronavirus case
  • Mexico passes somber coronavirus milestone even as signs of hope emerge
  • Factbox: Uneasy in spotlight, departing Canada finance minister implemented COVID relief
  • Indonesia reports 1,673 new coronavirus infections, 70 deaths
  • Germany fights virus uptick with mandatory testing for travellers
  • Kuwait cabinet to cancel curfew imposed in all regions on August 30
  • EU working on further COVID-19 vaccine contracts: Merkel
  • Mauritius fishermen battle to save dozens of dolphins near oil spill
  • UK records second-highest daily COVID cases since June as testing expands
  • Two Kenya police officers charged with murder after Garissa shooting
  • Spain seeks to shut brothels to curb coronavirus contagion
  • Iran arrests five Iranians for spying for foreign states: judiciary
  • Iran says U.S. arms embargo push at U.N. will fail - TV
  • India secures its east after western Himalayan clashes with China
  • Who else but Navalny? Kremlin critic's illness a blow for campaign to break Putin's grip
  • Three cranes collapse at India's biggest container port near Mumbai
  • Philippines reports 4,002 more coronavirus infections, 23 deaths
  • Kremlin: it is up to Russian doctors to say if Alexei Navalny can be moved
  • U.N. Security Council starts Iran arms embargo vote, result Friday
  • Israel deal should remove any hurdle to F-35 sale, UAE official says
  • Colombia emerges from quarantine but economic recovery uncertain
  • India's main opposition seeks probe into Facebook's treatment of Modi's party
  • Activist Bizilj says Navalny's condition 'very worrying'
  • Russia's coronavirus tally passes 960,000
  • Portugal keeps Lisbon under stricter COVID curbs until end-August
  • 'What's to be ashamed of': Malaysia's Najib back on the stump despite guilty verdict
  • Poland reports 843 new coronavirus cases
  • Spain's Canaries to cover all COVID-related costs for tourists
  • Poland supports efforts to provide Navalny with best treatment: PM
  • Mekong River Commission urges China to work with it on data-sharing
  • Sudan ready to cooperate with ICC over Darfur, says PM
  • Indonesia reports 2,277 new coronavirus infections
  • New evidence in Thai Red Bull hit-and-run case, says prosecutor's office
  • Turkish police detain 25 in protest to support women's rights accord
  • Trump expects Saudi Arabia to join UAE-Israel deal
  • Australia coronavirus hotspot state records 13 new deaths, stable infections
  • Mexican judge suspended after outcry over child abuse case
  • Lebanon imposes new partial lockdown to fight COVID-19
  • Greek foreign minister hopes to avoid conflict in eastern Mediterranean
  • Brazil hits 3.7 million COVID-19 cases, death toll at 117,666: ministry
  • Second wave of coronavirus could hit France in November: government advisor
  • Trump says 'great' bond with China's Xi changed after COVID-19
  • Ex Pope Benedict's condition 'not particularly worrying': Vatican
  • Guinea's Conde accepts nomination to seek third term
  • Spate of suicides among migrant workers in Singapore raises concern
  • Chile shuts down street vendors' mall after COVID-19 lockdown easing brings crowds