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  • Japan opens airport coronavirus test lab for departing travellers
  • Spain, Portugal announce cross-border access to health for citizens
  • Ireland faces resistance to "nuclear" COVID-19 lockdown recommendation
  • 'We want more': Armenians in America push Trump administration to support homeland
  • Sudanese police fire tear gas to disperse hundreds gathered across the capital
  • Johnson has lost control of coronavirus, says Labour
  • Russian journalist dies after setting herself on fire
  • Johnson locks down England as UK COVID-19 cases pass 1 million
  • EU summit continues after Commission chief goes into quarantine
  • Putin, Erdogan discussed Nagorno-Karabakh, Syria during phone call: Kremlin
  • U.S. dismantles global disinformation campaign tied to Iran: Justice Department
  • Coronavirus lit fuse in Kyrgyzstan, spreading unrest in Putin's back yard
  • Queen expresses support for mainstream media
  • Africa must prepare for second COVID wave, disease control group says
  • UK's Frost: Deal or no deal, we need practical agreements with the EU
  • Italy orders COVID-19 testing on travellers from UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Czech Republic
  • COVID crisis derails Britain's plan to recast its global role
  • Don't come to London for Brexit talks on Monday, UK tells EU
  • France reports over 25,000 new coronavirus infections in past 24 hours
  • No to Brexit deal at any cost, Italy's PM Conte says
  • Russian hackers attacked 2018 Olympics, 2017 French election: U.S. indictment
  • Russia confronts waning influence over Karabakh foes, must reckon with Turkey
  • Factbox: Deadly attacks in Western Europe
  • GAVI providing $150 million to poorer countries to prepare for COVID-19 vaccines
  • Nagorno-Karabakh region says military death toll rises to 1,177
  • France to ban Turkish ultra-nationalist Grey Wolves group
  • UK Labour Party will not block extension of coronavirus act
  • Indonesian Muslims ramp up global outcry against Macron the 'real terrorist'
  • Kremlin says fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh must stop
  • Seventh child dies as Cameroon reels from shooting attack on school
  • Iran says new U.S. sanctions target 'remaining channels to pay for food, medicine'
  • U.S. disease expert Fauci says vaccine verdict due by early December
  • Madrid residents angry as Spain govt reimposes state of emergency
  • 'Funeral cards' helped an old Italian through lockdown, before his own was made
  • Teacher killed in Paris suburb had shown Prophet Muhammad caricatures in class
  • France's Macron proposes new talks on Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Polish protesters disrupt church services over near-total abortion ban
  • UK needs three-week lockdown for COVID reset: adviser
  • Two U.S. nationals released by Houthi rebels in possible prisoner swap
  • Denmark to cull up to one million mink due to risk of coronavirus contagion
  • Iran blacklists U.S. ambassador in Iraq, reciprocating U.S. move
  • French imam says beheaded teacher is martyr for freedom of speech
  • Uganda presidential hopeful Bobi Wine says security forces raid his office
  • Italy's foreign ministry advises against overseas travel, warns of curbs
  • UK armed forces take control of ship in English Channel, seven people detained
  • Kyrgyz security forces demand rival politicians sit down for talks
  • Lawyer surrenders, accused of bribing witnesses in ICC case against Kenya VP
  • Australia records no new COVID-19 cases for first time in five months
  • EU's Michel to UK's Johnson: we want a deal, but not at any cost
  • Canary Islands sees biggest migrant surge since 2006
  • U.S. detains Mexico's ex-defense minister on DEA warrant
  • 'Thanks for the chaos': Madrid returns to lockdown
  • English health service to offer 'long COVID' clinics
  • Three journalists hurt in Azeri shelling, one in serious condition: Karabakh authorities
  • UK records dip in new COVID cases at 15,650
  • Malaysia reports 432 new coronavirus cases, biggest daily jump
  • UK army veteran 'Major Mick' attempts to row 100 miles in homemade boat
  • Turkey cool to U.S., Russia, France ceasefire effort in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Jordan's King Abdullah accepts resignation of Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz
  • With Instagram, hashtags and bitcoin, young Nigerians boost anti-police protests
  • Factbox: New faces, new jobs in Poland's conservative government
  • Greece to shut most bars, restaurants in country for month from Tuesday
  • PM Johnson defends his COVID plan, dismisses national lockdown
  • Ghislaine Maxwell repeatedly denies witnessing underage sex, other misconduct in Epstein deposition
  • Russia's Putin says world has no future without arms control system
  • Brexit brinkmanship: Johnson says prepare for no-deal, cancels trade talks
  • Ethiopia's Oromo celebrate tense thanksgiving amid tight security
  • China tells Indian media not to call Taiwan a country, Taiwan says 'get lost'
  • India begins selecting people for priority coronavirus vaccines
  • Saudi-led coalition destroyed two Yemeni Houthi drones - Saudi state TV
  • Biden applauds NATO efforts to defuse tensions between Turkey, Greece
  • Greece says Turkey encroaching on continental shelf with new hydrocarbon search
  • On war anniversary, Xi says China's interests won't be undermined
  • Left-leaning NDP projected to form majority British Columbia government
  • Kremlin critic Navalny vows return to Russia
  • New Zealand's Ardern storms to re-election with 'be strong, be kind' mantra
  • India, China military officials hold 'positive' talks on troop pullback
  • Indian troops kill top Kashmiri militant commander
  • After Pompeo criticism, Vatican asserts right to go its own way on China
  • 'Bring your own pen': How Bolivia is voting amid the pandemic
  • At least 12 people killed in western Ethiopia
  • Lukashenko says people's assembly elections are needed in Belarus: Belta
  • Thai students pose with 'dissidents' in graduation protest
  • Left-leaning NDP projected to form majority British Columbia government
  • EU Commission says both sides engaging 'intensively' to reach Brexit deal
  • North Korea unveils 'monster' new intercontinental ballistic missile at parade
  • Britain says some progress in EU talks, important differences remain
  • White House moves forward on three arms sales to Taiwan: sources
  • The final chapter? COVID spells crisis for Paris' riverside booksellers
  • Back at the Brexit table, UK and EU try to land deal on fish
  • Aliyev says does not know when talks with Armenia to start, but Turkey should be involved
  • French first lady to self-isolate after contact with COVID-19 patient: office
  • Nearly 6,000 Afghan civilians killed or wounded in 2020: U.N.
  • Exclusive: Russian hackers targeted California, Indiana Democratic parties
  • Exclusive: Australian writer detained in Beijing told supporter he was a former Chinese spy
  • Mexico protesters burn Trump effigy, slam U.S. border policy
  • Hungarians launch crowd-funded news site as Orban allies gain sway in media
  • Factbox: New Zealand's Ardern seeks second political term
  • Armenian president to discuss Nagorno-Karabakh with EU, NATO
  • Germany warns Turkey against "provocation" in eastern Mediterranean