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  • U.N. extends probe into possible crimes against humanity in Venezuela
  • Saudi man arrested in Jeddah after knife attack on guard at French consulate
  • Johnson to make statement to parliament on COVID-19 restrictions
  • Turkey says EU Commission report 'biased', reiterates commitment to EU membership
  • Thieves steal rare Nazi uniforms, weapons from Dutch museums
  • Montenegro's top Orthodox Christian cleric dies from COVID-19 infection
  • China's Communist Party says it wants to strengthen national security
  • Armenia and Azerbaijan say they have agreed Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire
  • Accounting errors to blame for German elite troops' 'missing' ammunition: report
  • Blasphemy convictions spark Nigerian debate over sharia law
  • Saudi Arabia allows citizens, residents to perform prayers in Al-Haram Mosque: state TV
  • Kremlin says no cause for optimism in nuclear arms talks with U.S.
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro hopes to appoint evangelical minister to supreme court
  • U.N. chief: time for national plans to help fund global COVID-19 vaccine effort
  • 'No isolation, few tests': Argentina has world's highest COVID-19 positive rate
  • Factbox: New Zealand parties clash over COVID-19, economy, taxes and housing
  • 'Worried we might lose him' - UK minister on PM's bout with coronavirus this year
  • You won't be alone this Christmas, Merkel assures Germans
  • Turning local, British PM Johnson to unveil new coronavirus rules
  • UK's Frost says October 15 is deadline which both sides must take into account
  • Russia, U.S. remain divided over extending last nuclear arms pact
  • German police arrest suspect after assault near synagogue in Hamburg
  • Nagorno-Karabakh says its military death toll rises to 1,009
  • Indian troops kill top Kashmiri militant commander
  • Russia's Putin condemns 'cruel and cynical' Vienna attacks
  • Armenian diaspora rushes to Nagorno-Karabakh to back troops
  • Kyrgyz PM Boronov resigns, new speaker named: report
  • Guatemala wishes Trump speedy recovery, as own president recovers from COVID-19
  • Ruling party in ex-Soviet Georgia leads in parliament vote: election body
  • Factbox: Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 39.94 million, death toll at 1,112,131
  • Mexico, plagued by cartel wars, on cusp of legal cannabis 'green rush'
  • Spain to discuss new state of emergency at cabinet meeting on Sunday
  • Rescuers race to herd whales away from military exercise in Scotland
  • China says U.S. bullying countries to pick sides, attempt will not succeed
  • Number of COVID patients in French intensive care units highest in nearly five months
  • Poland to open temporary hospitals, brings army to help coronavirus testing
  • Belarus's Tsikhanouskaya self-isolates after COVID-19 exposure
  • UK police end security alert at London hospital
  • New Zealand approves euthanasia, set to reject recreational marijuana
  • EU takes legal action against 'golden passport' schemes in Cyprus, Malta
  • Taiwan claims entrapment after China shows spy 'confession'
  • U.S. welcomes transitional government in Mali
  • Global investors warn Indonesia that jobs bill puts forests at risk
  • Chinese, U.S. military chiefs hold crisis communication, says China defence ministry
  • Japan PM Suga sends offering to Yasukuni Shrine for war dead: NHK
  • Turkey nabs massive cocaine haul on ship from Brazil
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Minsk group stalling on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
  • Mexican president slams European coronavirus lockdown measures
  • Lithuania, Poland recalling ambassadors from Belarus
  • U.S. officials took part in rare Israeli visit to Sudan, source says
  • Nagorno-Karabakh accuses Azerbaijan of using truce talks to ready military action
  • Goldman Sachs says there could be Brexit drama ahead and then a thin deal
  • 59 bodies found in clandestine graves in Mexico's Guanajuato state
  • Rwanda genocide suspect Kabuga to be sent to Hague pending trial
  • Mexican ex-defense minister protected cartel for bribes: U.S. indictment
  • Erdogan tells Trudeau suspension of drone exports is against alliance spirit
  • Turkey should advocate truce in Nagorno-Karabakh: Luxembourg's Asselborn
  • UK COVID-19 'R' reproduction number edges up to 1.3-1.6
  • Health minister Hancock says will simplify approach to local COVID-19 restrictions
  • In midst of cardinal scandal, pope seeks to reassure money inspectors
  • France to enrol 25,000 in COVID-19 vaccines clinical trials
  • Three Armenian civilians killed in Nagorno-Karabakh town: Armenian state media
  • Turkey says EU Commission report 'biased', reiterates commitment to EU membership
  • UK unveils new rules to bar entry to EU criminals
  • Scorned by Trump, many Nigerians love him all the same
  • North Korea's Kim tours flood-hit town, sister reappears in public
  • Brexit goes down to the line: Deal, no-deal or fudge?
  • U.N. in New York cancels in-person meetings over coronavirus infections
  • Australia's COVID-19 hotspot cases inch up, but officials optimistic
  • EU takes legal action against 'golden passport' schemes in Cyprus, Malta
  • UK-EU trade talks conducted in constructive spirit, says UK PM's spokesman
  • Louisiana Offshore Oil Port suspends ops at marine terminal
  • UK PM Johnson resists national lockdown but rules nothing out
  • Three years on, Malta awaits justice for slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
  • Russia touts test launch of hypersonic missile on Putin's birthday
  • Turkey has right to act if militants not cleared from Syria border - Erdogan
  • Armenia's Pashinyan, France's Macron share phone call: government
  • Azerbaijan denies that warplane and two drones shot down
  • France warns citizens to be cautious as anger seethes in Muslim world over cartoons
  • Wider Image: Jailed Philippine activist lays to rest her three-month-old baby
  • UK police officers face misconduct probe over stop of two Black athletes
  • Rockets land near Erbil airport, Iraqi Kurdish security sources say
  • Ten migrant bodies washed up on Djibouti coast
  • Pompeo urges Indonesia to focus on China's treatment of Uighurs
  • Vatican court hears graphic description of sexual abuse
  • Time running short, UK and EU get back down to Brexit business
  • Kremlin says it hopes nuclear talks with U.S. continue despite rejection of Russian proposal
  • Guinea military base attacked two days before presidential election
  • U.S. maintains suspension of military assistance to Mali, says envoy
  • Israeli minister says normalisation deals need U.S. president tough on Iran
  • Malaysia's king urges fractious lawmakers to back budget
  • Malaysia's Anwar says documents given to king show has support of over 120 lawmakers
  • Thai PM concerned about protests, wants to talk: spokesman
  • EU, Britain agree to resume trade talks after week-long hiatus
  • Brexit brinkmanship: Johnson says prepare for no-deal, cancels trade talks
  • 'We want protection': French police protest violence against officers
  • Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire strained by recriminations, reports of fighting
  • Kenya court convicts two for helping deadly jihadist attack on shopping mall
  • Raab: U.S. wants to see leadership from Europeans
  • Germany warns Turkey against "provocation" in eastern Mediterranean