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  • Italy posts daily record of 31,758 new coronavirus cases on Saturday
  • Japan's Nishimura hopes to meet British trade minister if she visits
  • Shoe shopping and dog grooming: French town flouts lockdown rules
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  • Ukraine president's office: parliament must amend law on anti-corruption bureau
  • Bangladesh Islamist group demands country cuts ties with France
  • New Brexit deal not possible unless last one respected, EU official says
  • EU-UK trade deal difficult but still possible, source says
  • Armenia's Pashinyan, France's Macron share phone call: government
  • Kuwaiti opposition hopes new emir permits political "detente"
  • Japan’s Dentsu lobbied for and funded campaign for Tokyo games, documents show, despite Olympics contract
  • Second national UK lockdown not inevitable, says minister
  • Human rights lawyers sue Trump administration over 'unconstitutional' ICC sanctions
  • UK police officer died from shot to the chest, inquest hears
  • Moscow terrorist bomb attack thwarted, attacker held, says FSB
  • Thai students pose with 'dissidents' in graduation protest
  • Barnier ready to intensify Brexit talks: EU financial services chief
  • When virtual turns fake: Danish politicians 'meet' Belarusian opposition figure
  • Q&A: Where are we in the COVID-19 vaccine race?
  • Wales to impose two-week deep firebreak: 'everyone must stay at home'
  • Jordan's King Abdullah appoints palace aide Bisher al Khasawneh PM
  • Three-way talks on Blue Nile dam dispute to resume Tuesday
  • Thousands protest anti-coronavirus restrictions in Germany over weekend
  • Mexico asks pope for loan of ancient books held in Vatican library
  • U.S. pleased Iraq doing more to protect U.S. embassy - Pompeo
  • Belarus allows police to use combat weapons as protests persist
  • Mainland China reports 13 new COVID-19 cases vs 13 a day earlier
  • Mexico top court backs referendum on prosecuting ex-presidents
  • Exclusive: Indonesia rejected U.S. request to host spy planes - officials
  • Two U.S. nationals released by Houthi rebels in possible prisoner swap
  • Paris in danger of restaurant shutdown as coronavirus roars back
  • WHO fears spike in deaths after global COVID-19 surge
  • Yemen war foes complete two-day prisoner swap
  • French coronavirus cases reach record level with nearly 17,000 new infections
  • Deaths after flu shots in S.Korea fan fears, but authorities find no link
  • U.S. judge delays extradition of Carlos Ghosn's accused escape plotters to Japan
  • UAE welcomes Sudan's decision to start relations with Israel: WAM
  • Brazil's military patrols its remote northern Amazon border region
  • 'Perfect storm': How Nigeria's peaceful police protests turned violent
  • Eating like the English? French curfew puts early dinner on menu
  • Extraordinary trouble for English health service if no action taken: chief medic
  • Third Iranian fuel tanker arrives in gasoline-starved Venezuela's waters
  • U.S. suspends Turkey visa services after reports on potential attacks
  • Australia records second day without COVID-19 death for first time in three months
  • UK's Johnson, Ukraine's Zelenskiy to sign partnership agreement
  • Iran reports COVID-19 death every four minutes, extends curbs
  • Armenian leader sees no quick diplomatic solution in Nagorno-Karabakh
  • Navalny says Russian authorities poisoned him as threat ahead of parliament elections
  • Three civilians killed in Vienna attack: police chief
  • Mexican president's anti-corruption drive buffeted by scandals
  • 'Shocked' EU leaders condemn terror attacks in France: statement
  • Tunisia imposes night curfew to slow second wave of pandemic
  • France, U.S. and Russia to meet on Nagorno-Karabakh amid fears of regional war
  • Insulting Muslims is an abuse of free speech, Iran's Zarif says
  • Serbs mark 1,000 days from killing of moderate Kosovo Serbpolitician
  • Saudi man arrested in Jeddah after knife attack on guard at French consulate
  • Iran health minister urges tougher COVID action as new cases soar
  • Kremlin promises response in Russia's interest to 'unfriendly' EU sanctions
  • Bootleg alcohol kills 44 people in Turkey in past week: state media
  • Iran reports record daily coronavirus death toll of 251
  • Azerbaijan says one person killed, three wounded in Armenian attack on town of Horadiz
  • Exclusive: Qatar makes formal request for F-35 jets - sources
  • Germany's Merkel congratulates World Food Programme on Nobel
  • Timeline: Key events in North Korea-U.S. ties since 2017
  • Brexit 'trade talks are over', UK PM Johnson's spokesman says
  • Japan PM Suga's rating falls to 55% in second poll since took office: NHK
  • Red Cross urges Armenia, Azerbaijan to firm up prisoner, body swap
  • Iran blacklists U.S. ambassador in Iraq, reciprocating U.S. move
  • Malaysia's king to consult with rulers amid talk of emergency
  • A millennials love affair: China's second-hand luxury goods market booms
  • Egypt unveils 59 ancient coffins in major archaeological discovery
  • Four dead, several injured in Beirut fuel tank explosion
  • China and Germany heading for superpower status as U.S. influence wanes, says Putin
  • Young people in France: 'Don't make us scapegoats for COVID-19'
  • Party city Berlin slaps corona curfew on bars, restaurants
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says fresh COVID lockdown measures are 'crazy'
  • Libyan investigators find more mass graves in recaptured city
  • Footage of man beating wife to death on Chinese street sparks outrage
  • Factbox: Britain's MI5 spy chief on COVID-19, China, Russia and threats
  • Lebanon's Berri says Israel border talks move was in place before U.S. sanctions
  • Mexico protesters burn Trump effigy, slam U.S. border policy
  • Navy begins defusing biggest World War Two bomb ever found in Poland
  • Police overpower man threatening officers with knives in Paris: police source
  • Top Turkish, Greek diplomats hold first meeting since crisis, agree on talks
  • France reports over 25,000 new coronavirus infections in past 24 hours
  • Philippines teachers start call centre to help remote learners
  • Czechs shut culture, sports venues, limit restaurants as COVID-19 cases surge
  • Tanzania opposition rejects presidential election result, wants new vote
  • Police in Belarus detained 523 people at protests on Sunday: ministry
  • Nobel Prize winner Penrose says biggest black hole riddle is the singularity
  • U.S. has begun process of removing Sudan from state terrorism list, Pompeo says
  • Venezuelan opposition figure Lopez abandons Caracas refuge to flee abroad
  • U.N. calls for impartial probe into South Korean man killed by North Korea
  • U.N. calls for impartial probe into South Korean man killed by North Korea
  • Germany faces 'uncontrolled' coronavirus spread as cases jump
  • Johnson defends lockdown to avoid "medical and moral disaster"
  • Westinghouse signs expanded Ukraine nuclear fuel deal
  • Turkey withdraws from base in northwest Syria, sources say
  • Malaysian ex-PM Najib seeks support for opposition leader's premiership bid