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  • Belgian king names two to form government - 16 months after election
  • Italian referendum, regional vote make early election unlikely
  • Moscow ramps up COVID hospitals to handle 'big second wave': sources
  • South Korea's new coronavirus cases sink to three-week low amid tight restrictions
  • Spanish court strips late dictator Franco's heirs of summer palace
  • Chilean prosecutors reopen bungled probe into death of American teaching assistant
  • UK expresses concern over welfare of prominent Belarus protest leader
  • Retired colonel sworn in as Mali interim president after coup
  • UK records 2,919 new daily COVID cases
  • 'Ashamed': Lebanese despair at leaders after Macron's rebuke
  • Russia first treated Navalny for suspected poisoning then U-turned: doctor
  • Putin throws $1.5 billion lifeline to embattled Belarus leader
  • France's Macron says working for new Libya meeting to solve crisis
  • Armenia not considering deploying peacekeepers in Karabakh: agencies cite PM
  • India passes farm bills amid protest from opposition parties
  • Congo gold miners scour rubble for bodies after cave-in
  • Italy minister's embrace of 'Blackface' memes spotlights racism
  • Man accused of slashing pregnant wife's stomach 'to check gender'
  • Teachers in Bosnian village build open-air classroom to protect children from COVID-19
  • Hungarian protestors demand academic freedom for top arts university
  • Somali architect looks at city's ruined past and dreams of the future
  • New youth party hopes to 'unshackle' Malaysia from old politics
  • Germany replaces military intelligence boss after far-right scandals
  • Woman suspected of mailing ricin letter to Trump ordered to stay in U.S. custody
  • Pakistani journalist arrested for defaming military
  • EU's executive offers Britain 'good faith' in Brexit talks
  • Key Pakistan opposition figure's arrest political, party says
  • Kazakhstan says bird flu outbreak came from Russia, no danger to humans
  • Mexican president says 'we have other options' after pause in AstaZeneca vaccine trial
  • Pakistani police hunt for gang rape suspects as protests held across country
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Armenia must withdraw from Azeri lands it is occupying
  • Czech Republic sees record rise in virus cases for third day
  • Indian farmers intensify protests over new grain bills
  • Lebanese prime minister-designate agrees to hold more talks on new cabinet
  • U.N. rights chief discussing visit to Xinjiang with China
  • Belarus charges protest leader Kolesnikova with undermining national security
  • Turkey deploying Syrian fighters to help ally Azerbaijan, two fighters say
  • England Test and Trace reports tripling of COVID-19 cases since late August
  • Mexico tops 70,000 official COVID-19 deaths, but toll likely far higher
  • 'Shocking': Blair, Major chide UK plan to breach international law
  • Climate activists glue themselves to street outside British parliament
  • Irish PM to express 'strong concerns' to UK's Johnson on Brexit move
  • Relief and fear as Portuguese students go back to school
  • Turkey sees EU summit as chance for reset - Erdogan spokesman
  • Japan's Suga says to run for ruling party leadership race, wants to avoid vacuum
  • Third crewman from cattle ship rescued on lifeboat off Japan
  • In Paris knife attack one suspect Pakistani, one Algerian: police source
  • Turkey has not given up on rights in east Mediterranean - minister
  • Rouhani says U.S. can impose neither negotiations nor war on Iran
  • 'Or gas them': Germany's far-right AfD fires official over migrant comment
  • Brazil's Amazon fires worsen in September, threaten virgin forests
  • Judge under fire from Swiss right-wing party wins re-election
  • Shooting of policeman in London not being treated as a terrorism incident:police
  • Colombia's capital lifts most coronavirus measures but says new outbreak inevitable
  • Argentina seeks clarity from Paraguay over deaths of two 11-year-old 'rebels'
  • Russian landlords feel the pinch as COVID-19 hits incomes and rents
  • China coal mine accident kills 16, Xinhua says
  • Pentagon concerned by China's nuclear ambitions, expects warheads to double
  • France's COVID hospitalisations at one-month high as cases surge
  • Kuwait TV cuts to Koranic verses in possible sign of death in ruling family
  • Navalny ally says recovery will take a long time
  • R rate improvement could prompt COVID-19 plan rethink: UK's Johnson
  • Burnt sculpture of U.S. First Lady Melania Trump exhibited in Slovenia
  • Palestinians say Egyptian fire killed two Gaza fishermen
  • Bahrain to allow entry to people from neighbouring Gulf countries, visa holders
  • France summoned Iranian envoy over human rights: sources
  • U.S. base commander calls Chinese Guam attack video 'propaganda'
  • Less razzmatazz, but Nobel Prizes go ahead amid pandemic
  • Iran official dismisses U.S. sanctions against judges, courts
  • South Koreans urged to avoid a surge of coronavirus over harvest holiday
  • UK extradition hearing for Assange to resume Monday after negative COVID test
  • China air force video appears to show simulated attack on U.S. base on Guam
  • Belgium seeks new name for road tunnel as it takes on colonial past
  • First elections since coronavirus test Italian government stability
  • China to sanction senior US officials who visit Taiwan: Global Times editor
  • Guatemalan president and minister have coronavirus, cabinet to test
  • Defying protests and poverty, Haitians get creative to wed in style
  • Dutch PM Rutte plans 'regional' steps as coronavirus cases hit record
  • No Nord Stream 2? No problem for Germany, economists say
  • Upload your coronavirus test results, German app users urged
  • Canada, U.S., EU and Britain are discussing sanctions against Belarus: Ottawa
  • In occupied West Bank, Palestinian bloggers see local tourism as defiance
  • Europe should take more minors from Moria migrant camp: Germany's Scholz
  • UK minister Gove calls Brussels to explain domestic legislation at heart of Brexit row
  • Britain will not become post-Brexit 'high-subsidy regime': PM's spokesman
  • Mexico's president to seek referendum on prosecuting predecesors
  • Iran's coronavirus single-day 207 death toll highest since August 1: health ministry
  • British bird group issues gag order over Taiwan-China issue
  • UK government moves to defuse row with lawmakers over coronavirus measures
  • Pfizer, BioNTech propose expanding COVID-19 vaccine trial to 44,000 volunteers
  • Burundi impunity for abuses continues, says U.N. report, as another mass grave opened
  • Nigeria says Mali transition government yet to satisfy regional demands
  • Libya's Haftar committed to ending oil blockade, U.S. says
  • China says military drills near Taiwan were a 'necessary action'
  • China says can cooperate with U.S. journalists if Chinese media treated fairly in U.S.
  • Greek wildfire rages near Athens, residential areas evacuated
  • Less than 10,000 getting COVID-19 each day, UK health minister says
  • Armenia's defence ministry says warplane shot down by Turkish F-16 fighter jet
  • U.S. hopes to name Qatar as major non-NATO ally, official says
  • EU mission visits Venezuela in run-up to parliamentary vote