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  • Palestinians out of sight, almost out of mind for Israelis seared by 2000 uprising
  • Exclusive: EU chair Germany proposes adherence to rule of law as key to getting bloc's cash
  • Bahrain king says accord with Israel not directed against any country
  • Charlie Hebdo uncowed after attacks - but now with bodyguards
  • Yemen's Houthis say they fired drones at Saudi Arabia's Abha airport
  • Taiwan president says has no plans to talk to Japan's new PM
  • Four Lebanese soldiers and militant killed in army raid, says military source
  • Made homeless by record floods, tens of thousands of Sudanese wait for aid
  • Netherlands hits new high for daily coronavirus cases: newspaper
  • UK promises 'unfettered access' legal guarantee for Northern Ireland by year end
  • With hand-wash and emotional support, pupils return to London school
  • After UAE and Bahrain deals, is Saudi Arabia softening its stance on Israel?
  • Russian excess deaths over summer outstrip COVID toll by more than 3 to 1
  • U.S. mulls sanctions on anyone involved in Belarus rights abuses, Pompeo says
  • Lebanese prime minister-designate agrees to hold more talks on new cabinet
  • Ousted Mali president Keita leaves country as transition talks begin
  • UK COVID-19 R rate rises to 1.1-1.4
  • Lebanon's parliament speaker says still sticks to French initiative
  • UK health minister says COVID-19 testing system is not chaotic
  • UK government agrees to give parliament vote on any breach of Brexit divorce deal
  • Highlights: Key comments as historic Afghan-Taliban peace talks begin
  • China foreign ministry denies think-tank claims of Xinjiang mosque destruction
  • 'Hotel Rwanda' hero declines to plead to terrorism charges
  • PM Johnson: Restrictions could be in place for six months
  • Teachers in Bosnian village build open-air classroom to protect children from COVID-19
  • New Zealand divided over historic marijuana vote
  • Scotland and Wales say British government's bill threatens UK unity
  • Auschwitz memorial director offers to share Nigerian boy's blasphemy jail term
  • UK minister declines to say whether Britain would abide by arbitration panel rulings
  • Belarus to suspend major online media outlet Tut.by for three months
  • Spanish court strips late dictator Franco's heirs of summer palace
  • Australia's coronavirus hotspot sees second weekend of small protests
  • EU eyeing new sanctions on Russia over Navalny case
  • World leaders mark U.N. at 75, challenged by pandemic and U.S., China tensions
  • Almost 300 Rohingya refugees arrive in Indonesia's Aceh province
  • UK police charge man with explosive substance offences over suspicious package
  • Israeli who killed Palestinian baby, parents gets life imprisonment
  • Pompeo hails Colombia's stance on Maduro, pledges more help in drugs fight
  • France reports over 1,000 people in ICU due to coronavirus
  • China, India agree not to send more troops to Ladakh border
  • Palestinians out of sight, almost out of mind for Israelis seared by 2000 uprising
  • South African human rights lawyer George Bizos dies at 92
  • Trump to host Israel-United Arab Emirates deal-signing ceremony on September 15
  • French PM to end self-isolation after another negative COVID-19 test
  • Saudi Cabinet: International community must deal firmly with Iran's nuclear violations
  • China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine candidate appears safe, slightly weaker in elderly
  • More nurses allowed to leave as Philippines eases travel ban
  • UK's Johnson, France's Macron agree on need for Brexit deal, UK says
  • EU will not appease UK's threat to break law -Irish foreign minister
  • Spain warns of damage of no-deal Brexit, including for Gibraltar
  • Indian state uses draconian law to detain those accused of killing cows
  • Belarusian police detain at least 10 people at opposition rally: Ifx
  • Hundreds of Belarus protesters say they were beaten by police, demand justice
  • Germany warns against travel to Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Tirol
  • Israel shouldn't 'protect' former Mexican official, president says
  • Irish PM says focused on achieving a 'decent' EU-UK free-trade deal
  • Belarusian opposition leaders Kolesnikova and Znak being held in custody, investigative committee says
  • UAE welcomes Israel-Bahrain agreement, hopes it will be positive for peace
  • Transgender woman killed at army checkpoint in Colombia, prompting outrage
  • Jordan to jail organisers of large social events to stem COVID-19 spike
  • U.N. experts decry Hong Kong security law in open letter to China
  • UK expresses concern over welfare of prominent Belarus protest leader
  • Teachers, medics rally in Spain over poor COVID planning, infections stable
  • Venezuela's Maduro says election delay to meet EU request 'impossible'
  • Exclusive: Swedish space company halts new business helping China operate satellites
  • Coronavirus cases pass half-million mark in France
  • Timeline: Anwar pushes to replace PM as Malaysia power struggle intensifies
  • Factbox: Selected quotes as COVID-19 pandemic reaches new milestone
  • Greece shortens business hours for some retailers to stem COVID-19 spread
  • Turkey orders 82 arrests, including Kurdish opposition members, over 2014 protests
  • UK records 2,988 new coronavirus cases, highest since May
  • France reports highest number of new COVID-19 cases in a day
  • Turkey rejects U.N human rights violation claims in Syria
  • Former paramilitary boss Jorge 40 returns to Colombia, will face investigations
  • France still pushing for new Lebanese cabinet after missed deadline
  • Be courageous in diplomacy, EU chief says, proposing new sanctions
  • Belarusian leader Lukashenko begins talks with Putin in Russia's Sochi: TASS
  • Belarus police detain dozens as crowds chant against Lukashenko
  • Armenia not considering deploying peacekeepers in Karabakh: agencies cite PM
  • On COVID-19 ward in locked-down Tel Aviv, doctors warn of dwindling capacity
  • Putin did not discuss supplying arms in talks with Belarus leader: TASS, citing Kremlin
  • U.S. blacklists Ukrainian accused of meddling in 2020 election
  • 'Do we have enough soap?' - children ask Norway PM about virus
  • Kuwait's PM says Emir's health is stable and in improvement
  • Iranian wrestler Navid Afkari executed over 2018 security guard killing
  • Navalny needs at least a month to be fit, predicts activist
  • France tightens virus measures, unveils new 'danger zones' map
  • Turkey says France's Macron 'hysterical' over Syria, Libya, East Mediterranean
  • Britain will not withdraw legislation as EU asks, says Gove
  • Kuwait's PM says Emir's health is stable and in improvement
  • Putin critic Navalny faces long period of illness, German hospital says
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll rises above 22,000 - health ministry
  • France's Macron gives Lebeanese four to six weeks for roadmap, rules out sanctions for now
  • Libyan medics already faced war, now the pandemic is surging there too
  • Taiwan says it has Vatican assurances on China accord
  • China says hopes Armenia, Azerbaijan resolve differences via talks
  • Belarus warns EU against inviting Lukashenko's rival to meeting
  • Police in Birmingham seeking one suspect in connection with stabbings
  • A second suspect arrested in Paris stabbing attack: France Info
  • Thousands protest after Belarus president abruptly sworn in:witness