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  • Global coronavirus deaths top 400,000 as outbreak grows in Brazil, India:tally
  • Austrian army officer found guilty of spying for Russia but set free
  • Kremlin says arrest of opposition politician in Belarus is internal matter for Minsk
  • Explainer: Can you catch COVID-19 from delivered packages?
  • U.S. aircraft intercept Russian nuclear-capable bombers near Alaska: RIA
  • Blasts kill 7 people in southern and central Somalia
  • Hundreds of Lebanese join anti-government protests as lockdown eased
  • Paris bans demo over black Frenchman who died in 2016 police operation
  • China's annual dog-meat fair opens; activists hope for last time
  • Go-go bars gone as coronavirus hits Bangkok's sex district
  • Extreme poverty in Italy was falling before coronavirus, survey shows
  • Latin America's COVID-19 deaths seen hitting nearly 390,000 by October
  • Egypt calls for U.N. intervention in talks on Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam
  • Germany imposes local lockdowns after virus outbreak at meat plant
  • China 'does not share our values', NATO chief says
  • Factbox: What UK PM Johnson told parliament on latest lockdown relaxation
  • African, Caribbean migrants continue trek towards U.S. border
  • Mexican president to invite Twitter boss to talk about fighting fake news
  • Paris crowds gather to protest against racism, police violence
  • Thailand marks 28 days without local transmission, aims to ease travel
  • At least 10 Ivory Coast soldiers killed in attack near Burkina border, army says
  • Australia scrambles to prevent second COVID-19 wave after first death in a month
  • World Bank to loan $700 million to help Colombia coronavirus response
  • UK warns China against destroying the 'jewel' of Hong Kong with crackdown
  • Attack on Taiwan an option to stop independence, top China general says
  • Tanzanian court finds opposition leader guilty of sedition, sets him free
  • Czechs lay ground for further easing of coronavirus measures
  • Germany imposes local lockdowns after virus outbreak at meat plant
  • Four aid workers say Islamist militants abducted them in northeast Nigeria
  • Pope makes anti-corruption spending rules mandatory in Vatican
  • Australia begins probe into Rio's destruction of Aboriginal site
  • Polish president to visit U.S. for talks with Trump on security, health
  • UK PM Johnson and U.S. President Trump criticise China's Hong Kong plan
  • New Irish PM retains foreign minister Coveney, finance minister Donohoe
  • Bulgarian PM to be fined for not wearing face mask in church
  • Abu Dhabi extends ban on movement in and out of the emirate and between cities
  • U.S. envoy to U.N. pushes back against criticism over protests
  • UK PM Johnson says on racism: focus on substance rather than symbols
  • Factbox: The 13-year hunt for missing British girl, Madeleine McCann
  • Bulgaria makes face masks compulsory again as virus cases rise
  • Kazakhstan to ease lockdown next week
  • Hitler's birthplace shows that confronting dark past can take decades
  • Venezuela's rival leaders begin tug-of-war over London gold
  • Australia sees China as main suspect in state-based cyberattacks, sources say
  • Moldova asks U.S. to extradite tycoon Plahotniuc over $1 billion theft
  • Turkey orders 149 people detained for suspected Gulen links: Anadolu
  • EU calls on conflict parties in Libya to withdraw foreign forces
  • Factbox: The 13-year hunt for missing British girl, Madeleine McCann
  • Taiwan boosts domestic defence development plan with new jet
  • Brussels adds George Floyd memorial to large mural collection
  • Singapore's ruling party adds former Facebook exec to election slate
  • Ivory Coast ex-president Bedie says he will run in 2020 election
  • Britain may offer 'path to citizenship' for nearly 3 million in Hong Kong
  • HBO suspends show of comedian embroiled in racism row with Mexican president
  • Two centrally run committees to shape UK's COVID-19 approach in shake-up: Telegraph
  • At least 20 die as migrant boat sinks off Tunisia
  • Last dance for legendary Madrid flamenco joint, stung by coronavirus
  • Ukraine found no evidence against Hunter Biden in case audit: former top prosecutor
  • India's Modi gets Trump invite to attend G7 summit: ministry
  • Spain may quarantine British tourists, minister tells BBC
  • India reports record rise in coronavirus cases as major city locks down
  • Irish PM expects new coalition government in place by end of June
  • Polish Senate passes election bill, setting stage for June vote
  • Kremlin denies Putin can manipulate Trump
  • Anti-racism protesters clash with police in Paris
  • Trump's troop cut in Germany blindsided senior U.S. officials, sources say
  • Erdogan says will not let Syria's Idlib become conflict zone again
  • Japan air force pilots fly over Tokyo to salute medical workers
  • Three dead in violence at SMB's coltan mine in Congo
  • India, China hold talks to defuse border standoff, thin out some forces
  • ICC prosecutors cite grave errors in Gbagbo acquittal at start of appeal
  • UK government to say more about coronavirus 'air bridges' on June 29
  • No new COVID sufferers, 300 asymptomatic, after Wuhan-wide tests
  • French minister: Cannot exclude 'no-deal' Brexit but that's not in UK interest
  • Turkey, Austria trade barbs over Kurdish-Turkish clashes in Vienna
  • Lebanon protesters burn roads, clash with security in second night of unrest
  • Far-right to win southern French town of Perpignan: exit poll
  • Lebanese food aid drive underlines pain of economic collapse
  • Facing criticism, White House to brief Democrats on reports Russia paid Taliban to kill U.S. troops
  • Turkey's AK Party plans measures seen as potential obstacle to new parties
  • Kremlin dismisses Japan's objection to geological survey in Okhotsk Sea
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers protest amid anthem bill debate
  • No details yet on Trump's Germany pullout, NATO chief says
  • Jordan to reopen hotels, cafes in further easing of COVID-19 lockdown
  • New Zealand tightens gun laws further in response to mass shooting
  • Kazakhstan's Nazarbayev contracts COVID-19
  • Militants kill 20 soldiers, 40 civilians in northeast Nigeria attacks
  • Kosovo president rejects war crimes accusations, will not quit for now
  • Two rockets fall in Iraq's Taji base, no casualties reported: news agency
  • Spanish minister stands up for Columbus statues amid global protests
  • Eight lawmakers invited to Russia bounty briefing - White House
  • Steroid should be kept for serious coronavirus cases, WHO says
  • Coronavirus has been 'a disaster' for the UK, PM Johnson says
  • Russia, China build case at U.N. to protect Iran from U.S. sanctions threat
  • Italy's coronavirus death toll rises by 78 to 34,301
  • Denmark agrees to send more troops to Iraq's NATO training mission
  • Parts of Madrid and Barcelona airports to reopen July 1: operator Aena
  • Beijing steps up coronavirus measures as dozens of cases emerge from a food market
  • UK PM Johnson to oust top civil servant in Whitehall revolution: Telegraph
  • Germans off to sunny Spain as Europe loosens border lockdown