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  • Saudi, U.S. officials call for extending UN arms embargo on Iran
  • Japan hopes to draft G7 formin statement on China security legislation on Hong Kong: source
  • Georgia to send doctors to Armenia to fight coronavirus
  • Britain sets out review criteria for travel quarantine plans
  • Leaders of Turkey and Greece discuss COVID fallout in rare call
  • Kurdish case becomes rallying cry for Japan protest against police
  • Holy smoke, researchers say cannabis used in ancient Israelite shrine
  • Jordan's king says regional stability put at risk by Israeli annexation
  • Italy's PM says virus crisis should be opportunity to reform country
  • South Korea's unification minister steps down over rising tensions with North Korea
  • COVID-19 cluster among migrants causes angry confrontations in southern Italian town
  • Mainland China reports seven new confirmed, one asymptomatic COVID-19 cases
  • UK's Johnson says emotions triggered by Floyd's death can not be ignored
  • Malaysia reports 31 new coronavirus cases; no new deaths
  • UK coronavirus death toll rises 77 to 40,542
  • Scotland, Wales call for extension to EU status quo transition
  • India's mass exodus from cities triggers village property disputes
  • Indian families demand justice as they await bodies of soldiers killed in clash with China
  • In post-lockdown China, student mental health in focus amid reported jump in suicides
  • Japan government spokesman says it is crucial to maintain current G7 framework
  • UK coronavirus death toll rises 77 to 40,542
  • China says it has agreed with India to take steps to ease border tensions
  • Erdogan says Turkey lost ground in coronavirus fight
  • Murder of indigenous Maya healer spurs calls for justice in Guatemala
  • Britain's Prince William visits Oxford COVID-19 vaccine developers
  • Montenegro reports first new coronavirus case since May 5
  • Warsaw hopes some U.S. troops based in Germany will be moved to Poland
  • China reports 11 new confirmed, 7 asymptomatic COVID-19 cases for June 12
  • UK taking 'right steps' to ease virus lockdown, says foreign minister
  • Kyrgyzstan to resume domestic flights, allow Chinese charter flights
  • From crowded tubes to pedal power, London's COVID transport challenge
  • UK PM to scrap two metres distancing rule by September for new school year: Telegraph
  • UAE and Israeli companies to cooperate to combat coronavirus: WAM
  • English one-adult households to be allowed to meet others indoors
  • International Criminal Court describes U.S. sanctions as threats, coercion
  • What do new U.S. sanctions mean for Syria?
  • Russia defends 16-year jail term for ex-U.S. Marine on spying charges
  • Crowds of shoppers head to Brazil malls reopening in big cities at heart of pandemic
  • Hundreds of Venezuelans camp in northern Bogota, await return home
  • China jibes U.S. on human rights ahead of June 4 anniversary
  • Denmark sees no rise in COVID-19 cases after further easing of lockdown
  • Taiwan warns off Chinese fighters which approached island
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 738 to 181,196
  • Qatar 2022 World Cup stadium workers went months without pay: Amnesty
  • Close ally of Mexican president tests positive for coronavirus
  • Cornflakes for lunch! German parents say open school before mum goes nuts
  • Europe rights body urges Malta to stop keeping rescued migrants offshore
  • UK says China and Russia trying to exploit coronavirus crisis
  • Syrian army says Israel hits several bases across country
  • Pompeo says way U.S. treats Hong Kong depends on how China does
  • Malta PM demands inquiry after /Times of Malta report
  • Sudan summons Ethiopian envoy over suspected cross-border attack
  • China condemns 'provocative' U.S. military flight over Taiwan
  • Amsterdam anti-racism rally criticised for lack of social distancing
  • Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse on the longest day of the year
  • Ex-U.S. marine jailed by Russia on spying charges hopes for prisoner swap: Ifax
  • Macron says local vote his party lost should not entail national conclusions
  • Actress' comments reignite long debate on racism in Mexico
  • Britain sets out review criteria for travel quarantine plans
  • To beat the heat, Vietnam rice farmers resort to planting at night
  • Trump and Bolsonaro discussed research effort on using hydroxychloroquine to fight coronavirus, White House says
  • Britain's opposition Labour faces "mountain to climb" to win power
  • Separatists in south Yemen seize convoy with billions of riyals for central bank
  • Germany: Doubt if now is right time to change G7 format
  • India overtakes Italy's coronavirus tally as lockdown easing looms
  • Tajikistan starts easing COVID-19 restrictions
  • Armenian parliament approves amendments to Constitutional Court
  • Amid U.S. standoff, WHO chief to address Chinese university graduates
  • EU calls on conflict parties in Libya to withdraw foreign forces
  • Philippines probes proliferation of fake Facebook accounts after anti-terror law protest
  • PM Johnson says he is confident on future data-sharing with EU
  • Hong Kong police fire pepper spray to disperse Tiananmen protesters
  • Some Venezuelans welcome relaxing of lockdown after 14 weeks inside
  • No indication Glasgow attack was terrorism: security source
  • Newborn Mexican triplets have coronavirus, but parents do not
  • Man held for driving offences after car collides with two people in London
  • Egypt calls for U.N. intervention in talks on Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam
  • Hong Kong riot cop rebuked for chanting 'black lives matter'
  • Vatican urges Catholics to drop investments in fossil fuels, arms
  • Mexico to resume sending farmworkers to Canada after safety agreement
  • Bank of England to remove any portraits of former governors linked to slave trade
  • Mexico City police chief shot in assassination attempt, blames drug cartel
  • Italy anti-racism activists deface statue, alter street name
  • Senior Libyan official arrives in Moscow for talks: RIA
  • Turkish police block lawyers marching to Ankara against bill
  • Indonesia reports biggest daily rise in coronavirus infections
  • Venezuela's Maduro says he will visit Iran soon, sign agreements
  • Germany to lift travel ban for EU, Schengen countries and UK from June 15
  • Merkel calls for extraordinary German solidarity with EU peers
  • Spanish dig unearths human remains in hunt for Irish rebel lord
  • Taiwan to further ease coronavirus restrictions
  • Philippines confirms 7 new coronavirus deaths, 714 more cases
  • Dutch bar terraces fill quickly as lockdown ends
  • China eases flight curbs after United States targets its carriers
  • Iranian-American freed in prisoner swap with U.S. arrives in Iran
  • China military demands India stop all provocations, return to dialogue
  • India set to reopen temples, malls but no sprinkling of holy water
  • Anti-racism protesters take a knee in silence in Paris
  • To beat the heat, Vietnam rice farmers resort to planting at night
  • Polish presidential vote puts government's reforms on the line