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  • Two-thirds of Japan public support new PM Suga, polls show
  • Facebook bans Indian ruling party politician for policy violation
  • Pentagon concerned by China's nuclear ambitions, expects warheads to double
  • Belarusian opposition leader says ally's abduction is attempt to derail opposition council
  • UK records 3,539 new COVID-19 cases, up from 2,919
  • Twitter confirms account of PM Modi's personal website hacked
  • Mozambique asks EU for help in tackling insurgency
  • Brexit treaty-busting powers would be last resort, says UK minister
  • India, China accuse each other of firing in the air on tense border
  • France's Le Drian says it is urgent to reach deal on Brexit
  • Fiercest clashes since 1990s rage in Azerbaijan's ethnic Armenian enclave
  • UK overriding Brexit divorce deal would be 'self-defeating': EU diplomats
  • Russia's Navalny - Putin's nemesis and crusader against graft
  • Saudi coalition in Yemen launches air strikes in Sanaa: coalition-backed Yemeni forces, residents
  • Karabakh says 28 more of its troops killed in fighting with Azeri forces
  • Typhoon Haishen hammers southern Japan with high winds and power outages
  • France's Macron, Greek PM to discuss Turkey at 'MED7' summit
  • Libyan interior minister restored to post after talks
  • Britain criticises China over Xinjiang and Hong Kong
  • Erdogan says new measures needed as virus makes comeback in Turkey
  • Australia asks Google to block users 'walking' sacred site
  • Thai protest leader says demands letter to king handed to police
  • U.N. steps up monitoring of reported abuses in Belarus, raising stakes
  • Turkey will keep supporting Libya's GNA despite Sarraj plan to quit
  • U.S. imposes new Iran sanctions over human rights violations
  • Australian, British aid workers killed in blast in Solomon Islands
  • Mexico's president urges final flurry of sales for plane 'raffle'
  • Former Conservative lawmaker jailed for sex crimes
  • France's new COVID-19 cases rise by more than 7,000
  • UK may be moving too slowly to tackle COVID-19 outbreak, government adviser says
  • Polish government spokesman casts doubt over coalition's future
  • Sri Lanka navy holds blazing supertanker off east coast
  • Taiwan president says has no plans to talk to Japan's new PM
  • Former Canada PM Turner, who was in office for just 11 weeks, dies aged 91
  • Denmark to open embassy in Baghdad
  • Less than 10,000 getting COVID-19 each day, UK health minister says
  • Mexico requests month-long extension on U.S.-Mexico border restrictions
  • No Nord Stream 2? No problem for Germany, economists say
  • Finland orders bars, restaurants to shut at 1 a.m. to help contain COVID
  • Portugal 'regrets' England's decision to remove country from safe travel list
  • Czech president tries to tamp down China anger after speaker's Taiwan trip
  • British regulator to review Taiwan-China bird spat
  • Australia asks Google to block users 'walking' sacred site
  • U.N. chief says no action on U.N. Iran sanctions due to 'uncertainty'
  • West Africa leaders say Mali junta must name a president by September 15
  • Greenpeace activists protest outside French presidential palace
  • Syria accuses U.S. using sanctions to suffocate Syrians 'like George Floyd'
  • UK reports 2,420 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, excluding data from Northern Ireland
  • Trump and Biden take sharply different paths on immigration
  • Scotland and Wales say British government's bill threatens UK unity
  • UK pledges over $400 million for WHO, calls for end to 'ugly rifts'
  • Beijing accuses Australia of harassing Chinese journalists
  • Explainer: What is Novichok, the poison Germany says was used on Alexei Navalny?
  • Trudeau says he will 'take into account' U.S. drug import plans but will put Canadians first
  • Greece to bolster defence sector as eastern Mediterranean tensions rise
  • U.S. blacklists four individuals, alleging Venezuela election interference
  • Two Myanmar soldiers taken to the Hague after confessing to Rohingya killings: reports
  • UK minister says internal market bill will be in keeping with Brexit deal
  • Mali interim president can be soldier or civilian - rapporteur
  • French PM: No new nationwide lockdown over COVID-19 surge
  • Malaysia says no more 'fist bumps' as coronavirus numbers jump
  • U.S. Secretary of State says up to Afghans to determine political system during peace talks
  • Japan's Suga pledges focus on coronavirus but details remain sketchy
  • Exclusive: 90% of China's Sinovac employees, families took coronavirus vaccine, says CEO
  • Ecuador mobilizes COVID-19 watchers to contain pandemic in the capital
  • Japan's Suga: Want to try to accomplish constitutional reform
  • Palestinian leader calls for U.N.-led peace conference early next year
  • For small printing firm, Myanmar election boosts business for now
  • WikiLeaks acted in public interest, 'Pentagon Papers' leaker tells Assange hearing
  • Hong Kong court says media tycoon Jimmy Lai not guilty of criminal intimidation in 2017 case
  • Pompeo says U.S. 'deeply concerned' over Turkey actions in east Med
  • Kremlin tells West not to rush to judge it on Navalny as sanctions talk starts
  • China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine candidate appears safe, slightly weaker in elderly
  • Brazil registers 987 new deaths due to coronavirus
  • Nigerian health workers end strike despite no coronavirus hazard pay
  • Howard and Lois: Couple reunited, until death did them part
  • PM Johnson calls on leaders to build back greener after coronavirus
  • Montenegro's president accuses Serbia of meddling in election
  • England adds Denmark, Slovakia and Iceland to travel quarantine list
  • UK reports 4,368 new cases of COVID-19
  • Jordan says the necessary steps to achieve a fair peace should come from Israel
  • Sweden calls in Russian diplomats to protest breach of its waters
  • Brexit brinkmanship: EU orders UK to scrap plan for treaty breach, UK refuses
  • ByteDance says not aware of $5 billion education fund in TikTok deal
  • Who took centre stage on Lebanon's centenary? A French man
  • Norway arrests suspect in 1982 attack on Jewish restaurant in Paris
  • UK reports 30 new COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, compared to 3 on Monday
  • Explainer: What happens next with UK plan to breach Brexit divorce treaty?
  • Greece extends negative COVID-19 test rule for Russians until October 5
  • Japan ruling party head Suga preparing cabinet, continuity in foreground
  • Nigeria reels from twin crises that threaten food availability
  • Lesbos migrants sleep on roadsides; housing will take days
  • NATO says Russia must cooperate on probe into Navalny poisoning
  • Suspect in fatal UK police officer shooting in critical condition
  • Not many issues remain to secure 'thin' EU-UK trade deal: Irish foreign minister
  • France and Lithuania agreed on Belarus sanctions: Lithuanian president
  • Britain should not unilaterally change agreements with EU: Germany
  • Belgian politics on hold as mediator contracts COVID-19
  • BBC staff whose tweets break impartiality rules could be axed - Director General
  • Polish ruling party faces internal struggle over LGBT, women's rights