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  • Australian state to impose hefty fines to compel COVID-19 isolation
  • Costa Rica's foreign trade minister unexpectedly quits
  • U.S. says seized four Iranian fuel shipments en route to Venezuela
  • IAG shareholders propose insurance ban on projects harmful to cultural sites
  • Saudi-Led coalition destroys an explosive-laden drone launched by Houthis: SPA
  • Russia's coronavirus tally passes 960,000
  • Mexican TV networks to provide home learning for students as schools stay shut
  • Rocket falls inside Baghdad's Green Zone, no casualties
  • Happy drink in sad times: champagne-makers gather pandemic harvest
  • Taliban kill four survivors of Afghanistan flash floods
  • Australia says journalist detained in China
  • North Korea's Kim inspects flood relief; worry grows about crops
  • Cyprus police question man over links to Beirut chemicals cargo
  • Killing of Cameroonian woman by alleged separatists sparks outcry
  • Energy firms shut 58% of Gulf of Mexico oil output due to twin storm threat, U.S. says
  • Brazil registers 22,048 new coronavirus cases and 703 new deaths
  • Iran arrests five Iranians for spying for foreign states: judiciary
  • Sweat, smoke and flames: fighting fires in the Amazon
  • Heavy rain batters India's Mumbai disrupting rail and road traffic
  • Iran's Rouhani: Talks possible if U.S. returns to 2015 nuclear deal
  • Saudi-led coalition says destroyed Houthi drone: Saudi Press Agency
  • Nightmares, flashbacks, fatigue: Beirut faces mental health crisis after blast
  • Australian state to impose hefty fines to compel COVID-19 isolation
  • Obey corona rules to keep economy, schools running, says Merkel
  • Israel says to discuss economics, trade, culture, flights in UAE: Al Arabiya
  • Factbox: What is a 'table-top runway', the site of deadly Air India plane crash?
  • Mauritania names new PM after previous cabinet resigns amid corruption probe
  • Mexico's energy minister to quarantine for two weeks after coronavirus contact
  • Tokyo governor to call for restraint in travel during upcoming holidays
  • North Korean troops, vehicles seen preparing for huge parade, U.S. think-tank says
  • Finland to tighten restrictions on public gatherings
  • Russia releases secret footage of 1961 'Tsar Bomba' hydrogen blast
  • China reports 16 new COVID-19 cases, eighth day without local infections
  • Kremlin critic Navalny too unwell to be moved from Siberian hospital: doctor
  • Belarus opposition candidate Tikhanouskaya was forced to leave, her campaign says
  • Developments in east Mediterranean 'extremely worrying', EU says
  • Singapore battles record dengue outbreak with more mosquitoes
  • Equinor evacuates oil platform in U.S. Gulf of Mexico ahead of storms
  • Afghan grand assembly gathers to decide fate of Taliban prisoners
  • Venezuela produce market is at center of Caracas COVID-19 outbreak
  • Symbolic last trip for Taiwan's 'Mr Democracy' before cremation
  • New clashes as opposition leader flees Belarus citing children's safety
  • Libya's Tripoli government imposes COVID-19 curfew after protests escalate
  • Belarus leader Lukashenko says there will be no new election: Belta
  • Merkel demands release of detained demonstrators in Belarus: spokesman
  • Mauritius tourism, reeling from COVID, now hit by oil spill
  • France's Macron to co-host Lebanon donor conference on Sunday, officials say
  • Explosions hit U.S. coalition supply convoys in Iraq: sources and military say
  • Ukraine to restrict Jewish pilgrimage in response to Israel plea
  • Taiwan warns of accidental conflict as regional tensions rise
  • Factbox: China's coronavirus vaccine development efforts
  • After blast, Lebanon has less than a month's grain reserves
  • Australia commemorates end of WW2 with message of unity
  • UK PM Johnson to launch drive to get Britain back to the office: Telegraph
  • India's coronavirus surge eases slightly as millions take exams, pubs reopen
  • China says latest U.S. sailing near Taiwan 'extremely dangerous'
  • Germany issues travel warning for parts of Croatia
  • Australian PM extends lead as country's most preferred leader, poll shows
  • How does Abenomics stack up?asked the experts
  • After dining ban, takeaway waste clutters Hong Kong's pavements, parks and waterways
  • Ukraine leader hopes Minsk will hand over suspected Russian mercenaries to Ukraine
  • Poland reports 843 new coronavirus cases
  • Japan's Abe says wants to do his best at job, amid worries over health
  • Irish PM, deputy PM say clear breaches of public health guidelines during Hogan's trip
  • Russian city holds sixth anti-Kremlin protest over detained governor
  • India's coronavirus cases surge to 3.1 million
  • Defectors say South Korea investigations threaten N.Korean 'Underground Railroad'
  • UAE's Israel deal met with Arab dismay but quiet welcome in Gulf
  • Merkel tells Russia to investigate suspected poisoning of Kremlin critic
  • Haiti's schools re-open but many parents now can't afford them
  • Jordan delays resuming international flights after COVID-19 surge abroad
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 436 to 216,327: RKI
  • HK court grants bail to opposition lawmakers charged over 2019 protests
  • Poland to shorten coronavirus quarantine period to 10 days
  • EU eyes sanctions over disputed Belarus election 'as soon as end-August'
  • Philippines confirms 3,249 new coronavirus infections, 97 deaths
  • Pompeo says 5G declaration protects Slovenia against authoritarian threats
  • India leads global rise in new weekly COVID-19 cases, while deaths down: WHO
  • At least 17 participants of Afghan grand assembly positive for coronavirus
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by more than 2,000: RKI
  • India sets global record with single-day rise in coronavirus cases
  • Greece registers highest daily tally of COVID 19 cases
  • Turkish schools to begin reopening on September 21: education minister
  • Israel condemns U.N. decision not to extend Iran arms embargo
  • Netanyahu says Israel preparing for direct flights to UAE over Saudi Arabia
  • China demands India withdraw troops from border to avoid escalation
  • Mali protest leader steps back as coup leaders promise election
  • Insured losses from Beirut blast seen around $3 billion: sources
  • Former Central African Republic interim leader to run in December poll
  • Lebanese president promises transparent inquiry into Beirut blast
  • U.S. seizes Iranian fuel cargoes for first time: WSJ
  • Venezuela pardons dozens of opposition politicians as election nears
  • Pompeo discusses Gulf unity, regional stability with Bahraini leaders
  • Brazil health regulator says no request yet to make Russian COVID-19 vaccine
  • After private pensions, Peru's congress turns to public funds for COVID-19 relief
  • Police try to foil Shi'ite gatherings in Indian Kashmir amid COVID curbs
  • Beirut's accidental cargo: how an unscheduled port visit led to disaster
  • Passengers from mainland China to be allowed temporary transit through Hong Kong
  • Ivory Coast police fire teargas at supporters of former president
  • Who owned the chemicals that blew up Beirut? No one will say