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  • Unusually heavy rains in Senegal expose big gap in $1.4 billion flood plan
  • France's Macron: 'very good exchange' with UK PM on Brexit, other issues
  • Explainer: UK says it may break the law on Brexit: how so?
  • Nigeria's main unions suspend planned strike after government talks
  • EU must consider 'severe' sanctions on Turkey, Greece says
  • Madrid shuts teacher testing center as virus fears grow
  • Top Scottish law officer Richard Keen resigns
  • Britain says Australia's Abbott would bring huge expertise to trade job
  • EU and Britain far apart as key week of Brexit talks begins
  • UK respect for EU divorce treaty a must for any trade deal: Donohoe
  • Taiwan president praises 'heroic' pilots who intercepted Chinese jets
  • Uzbekistan stages outdoor exams for 1.4 million university applicants
  • Death knell sounds for some of Japan's oldest department stores
  • HK leader says cannot demand rights protection for 12 arrested by China
  • Some Australian states relax border curbs as infections ease, hotspot cases rise
  • UK sanctions Belarus leader Lukashenko
  • Venezuela's Maduro proposes giving Russia COVID-19 vaccine to legislative candidates
  • Labour leader Starmer urges voters to 'take another look' at his party
  • Russia rejects U.S. terms, sees 'minimal' chance to extend New START nuclear pact
  • Egypt's Sisi says appreciates 'important step' of Israel, Bahrain establishing diplomatic ties
  • Exclusive: China to lose access to Australian space tracking station
  • Myanmar seals off capital amid virus surge
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero's family calls for an international trial
  • Russia accuses U.S. of promoting revolution in Belarus, toughens stance
  • Students return to class in Wuhan, but parents and teachers wary of coronavirus risk
  • WHO chief scientist: 'We should see vaccine rollout by mid-2021'
  • West Africa bloc fails to reach agreement with Mali junta
  • Philippine health ministry says no conditions set to access U.S. vaccines
  • In occupied West Bank, Palestinian bloggers see local tourism as defiance
  • No sign of end to Far East anti-Kremlin rallies after nearly two months
  • Brother of South Korean slain by North rebuffs accusation he tried to defect
  • China downplays role of Australia ground station in space programme
  • Kremlin critic Navalny appears in public after leaving Berlin hospital
  • Some scientists spot 'unlikely' patterns in Russia vaccine data: letter
  • EU human rights dialogue with China will continue, says Merkel
  • EU says will consider next Brexit steps after UK's end-month deadline
  • Lesbos migrants sleep on roadsides; housing will take days
  • UK determined to secure a deal with EU: senior minister Gove
  • Three dead after rare Mediterranean storm batters Greece
  • Brazil trials of Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine show promising results: governor
  • Myanmar residents barricade city streets as coronavirus cases rise
  • Pompeo announces fresh restrictions on Chinese diplomats in U.S.
  • UK Supreme Court to hear jihadist bride's citizenship case in November
  • Australia plans disposal of hundreds of stranded whale carcasses
  • India reports record daily jump of 95,735 coronavirus cases
  • Bolivian families turn to makeshift graves as cemeteries fill during pandemic
  • Putin says Russia and U.S. should agree not to meddle in each other's elections
  • Spanish nursing home residents greet friends, family from behind windows
  • First European 'travel bubble' ends as coronavirus cases rise in Estonia
  • Charlie Hebdo survivor: gunmen said 'Allahu akbar', then shot me
  • Arms depot of Iran-backed Hezbollah explodes in Lebanon, source says
  • Sri Lanka navy plugs leak on fire-hit supertanker
  • Jordan confirms two COVID-19 cases in a Syrian refugee camp: U.N.
  • Revealed: the darkness behind the beauty of Britain's great houses
  • Roadside bomb attack misses Afghan vice president, but kills 10
  • Three migrants rescued near Malta after jumping off stranded tanker
  • Australia's COVID-19 epicenter extends hard lockdown till late September
  • To be French is to defend the right to mock, Macron tells new citizens
  • Merkel's party plans December 4 congress to choose new leader: sources
  • In conservative Kandahar, new gym creates safe space for Afghan women
  • Chemical weapons agency: use of nerve agent is considered use of chemical weapons
  • Hungary could have up to 200,000 virus cases under worst-case scenario: PM
  • No other option but for Navalny to return to Russia, says spokeswoman
  • Blaze breaks out again on oil tanker off Sri Lanka, cargo area intact
  • 'There's nothing we can do,' striking South African undertakers tell bereaved
  • In Baltics, Macron defends French dialogue with Russia
  • Polish coal miners expand underground protest against restructuring
  • French President: response to COVID-19 resurgence must be proportionate
  • Salvage team working to stop fuel leak from fire-hit supertanker
  • Brazil's coronavirus cases pass the four million mark: ministry
  • U.S., UK announce AI partnership: Axios
  • In the name of the mother: Afghan woman wins recognition, sparks Taliban opposition
  • Exclusive: Trump plans executive order to punish arms trade with Iran - sources
  • Mayor of Bogota, Colombia, calls for reconciliation after deadly protests
  • Kremlin tells West not to rush to judge it on Navalny as sanctions talk starts
  • New record in Dutch daily coronavirus cases, 2777: health authorities
  • U.S., UK sign agreement on artificial intelligence
  • Pakistan court sentences Christian to death on blasphemy charges
  • South African human rights lawyer George Bizos dies at 92
  • EU may take legal action against UK over new Brexit law: sources
  • Jordan says the necessary steps to achieve a fair peace should come from Israel
  • Prominent Bahrain lawyer gets suspended sentence for 'inciting hatred'
  • Venezuelan media name alleged U.S. spy arrested near refinery complex
  • Israel's Netanyahu demands probe of investigators in his corruption trial
  • Lebanon's Hariri says no sect has exclusive right to ministries
  • Paris police bans planned weekend 'Yellow Vests' protest
  • U.N. chief says no action on U.N. Iran sanctions due to 'uncertainty'
  • Exclusive: U.S. pushes arms sales surge to Taiwan, needling China - sources
  • Pope wears mask, warns against political exploitation of coronavirus
  • Thousands protest after Belarus president abruptly sworn in:witness
  • Kuwait mourns Emir Sheikh Sabah, veteran defender of Arab unity
  • Germany pushes for EU solidarity on migration - again
  • Woman jailed under El Salvador's harsh abortion law walks free from prison
  • Russia's PM: Belarus should not allow external pressure - Interfax
  • UK COVID-19 R rate rises to 1.1-1.4
  • UK PM Johnson says he will work for justice for Putin critic Navalny
  • EU determined to impose Belarus sanctions, bloc's top diplomat says
  • 'Nowhere to go': Argentine families occupy land as pandemic stokes poverty
  • Norway may have to tighten COVID-19 restrictions, PM says
  • Netanyahu: Bahrain-Israel normalisation heralds 'new era of peace'