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  • Former PM Blair accused of breaking quarantine rules after U.S. trip - Sunday Telegraph
  • Sweden boosts military spending, expands draft amid Russia tensions
  • Thai protesters plan action after PM ignores deadline to quit
  • Air strikes on Syrian rebel camp kill at least 35 people - sources
  • Britain's coronavirus cases rise sharply to record level
  • China passes biosecurity law to prevent infectious diseases
  • France sees record number of new COVID-19 cases, hospitalisations spike
  • UK PM Johnson says will take time to get fast testing system right
  • Danish PM responds to climate demands with $1.6 billion green fund
  • Saudi-led coalition intercepts explosive-laden drone launched by Yemen's Houthis: state TV
  • U.S. urges Sri Lanka to make 'difficult' choices over China ties
  • Kremlin calls U.S. sanctions on Nord Stream 2 'unfriendly and destructive'
  • Austrian Chancellor vows to use all means to hunt Vienna attackers
  • Westinghouse signs expanded Ukraine nuclear fuel deal
  • Armenia denies Azeri claims on attacking Mingachevir city in Azerbaijan
  • U.S., Taiwan to team up on infrastructure in pushback against China
  • Azerbaijan says France is not neutral in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Iran reports record high COVID death toll as travel bans go into force
  • Armenia says it is ready to work for Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire
  • EU warns not enough COVID vaccines for all in Europe until 2022
  • U.S. holding back on Belarus sanctions, hopes for joint move with EU: sources
  • Photo agency settles with Harry and Meghan over photos of their son at home
  • 'Dangerous rhetoric' as Conde seeks third presidential term in Guinea
  • At least 16 artisanal miners drown in flooded mining field in Mozambique
  • Migrants hoping to reach EU stranded in Bosnian woods as cold sets in
  • UK armed forces take control of ship in English Channel, seven people detained
  • Japan PM: to make it easier for men to take time off to take care babies
  • Iraqi militias say they have halted anti-U.S. attacks
  • Biden says he would expand sanctions on Belarus president's 'henchmen'
  • U.S. holding back on Belarus sanctions, hopes for joint move with EU: sources
  • Lebanon's Berri says Israel border talks move was in place before U.S. sanctions
  • Coronavirus source unclear in 80% of cases, says German minister
  • EU ready to negotiate with Britain on trade: executive
  • After blast in northwest Syria town, U.S. says rise in attacks troubling
  • Ethiopia bans flights over dam for security reasons - aviation chief
  • China accuses U.S. of deflecting blame as diplomatic row shifts to climate
  • Belarus president visits jail to meet detained rivals: state news agency
  • UK reports 280 new COVID-19 deaths, seven-day total up 53%
  • Thai police probe media, as thousands again defy protest ban
  • Russia not producing chemical weapons, Kremlin says after OPCW findings on Navalny
  • U.S. on brink of rampant coronavirus spread, Europe hospitals strained
  • Philippine activists say drug war fight not over, despite U.N. 'let down'
  • German health minister tests positive for coronavirus
  • Red Cross says injuries reported after boat carrying aid attacked in Myanmar
  • Facebook to ban content that denies or distorts the Holocaust
  • Britain records 19,790 new COVID-19 cases, 151 deaths
  • Two police officers killed in Chechnya shootout with militants: Chechen leader
  • UK's COVID testing system hit by Roche supply chain glitch
  • Guinea opposition candidate claims victory, violence erupts
  • NHS targets net zero emissions by 2040
  • Saudi-led coalition destroys drone launched by Yemen's Houthis towards kingdom: state news agency SPA
  • 'Victims of improvisation' - Madrid residents vent anger at chaotic sudden lockdown
  • Azerbaijan says one person killed, three wounded in Armenian attack on town of Horadiz
  • Polanski's wartime rescuers named Righteous Among the Nations
  • Greek court rules far-right Golden Dawn leaders ran a crime group
  • Britain will take back 'full control' from the EU on Jan. 1, says PM Johnson
  • Iraqi militias say they have halted anti-U.S. attacks
  • Turkey's EU membership bid evaporating, Commission says
  • French Muslim leader says Muslims should ignore controversial cartoons
  • Belarus opposition prepares nationwide strike after police crackdown on protests
  • Thai police to charge two for violence against queen
  • UK university students' first lesson: coping with COVID
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah: negotiating over border does not mean peace with Israel
  • Senior U.S. official accuses China of aiding North Korea cyber thefts
  • Energy security and economic fears drive China's return to coal
  • Japan PM's meddling in science panel a 'dangerous direction': scholars
  • Ontario projects surge of COVID-19 cases akin to that of hard-hit Australian state
  • News of North Korean diplomat defecting stokes concerns about teen daughter
  • Socioeconomic factors drive COVID risks for minorities - UK government report
  • After months of confidence, Netherlands wakes up to Covid surge
  • France's new COVID-19 cases set new 24-hour record, above 30,000
  • Russia-led military bloc could intervene in Karabakh conflict if Armenia sovereignty threatened: agency
  • Warring Libya rivals sign truce but tough political talks ahead
  • Hungarian restaurant reinvents the wheel for social distancing
  • South Korea police set up 'bus walls' to prevent protests amid COVID-19 concerns
  • UK confirmed COVID-19 cases surge past one million mark
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says death toll among its military rises to 633 since start of conflict
  • Explainer: What a North Korean holiday may reveal about Kim Jong Un's plans
  • World Food Programme 'deeply humbled' by Nobel Peace Prize award, its chief says
  • UAE resumes granting some work permits, entry permits for domestic workers
  • Hand signals only: How Thais are marshalling mass protests
  • Hurricane Eta to make landfall in Nicaragua by Tuesday: U.S. NHC
  • Swiss report more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a day
  • Mexico, plagued by cartel wars, on cusp of legal cannabis 'green rush'
  • Red Cross says injuries reported after boat carrying aid attacked in Myanmar
  • France ponders new Paris curfew as lockdown rebels frustrate government
  • Two police injured after shooting in Herblay, north of Paris
  • Honeymoon over? Saudi Arabia-U.S. ties face reset with Biden win
  • Ethiopia proposes holding postponed vote in May or June 2021: FANA
  • Thousands of Israelis protest against Netanyahu despite lockdown
  • Exclusive: Bolivia's President-elect Arce says 'no role' for Morales in new government
  • Bolivia's socialists claim victory as unofficial count shows big win
  • Singapore to host cruises to nowhere from November
  • Taiwan president calls for 'meaningful dialogue' with China
  • Black hole discoveries win 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics
  • Lithuania, Poland recalling ambassadors from Belarus
  • NATO chief calls for Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire
  • Pope says free market, 'trickle-down' policies fail society
  • German police arrest suspect after assault near synagogue in Hamburg
  • Philippines says it and China reaffirm strong relations