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  • Opposition floods Belarus capital as president hits out at foreign 'dirty tricks'
  • Ousted Mali president Keita has been freed by coup leaders, says junta spokesman
  • South Africa's Ramaphosa seeks to stamp authority on ANC after corruption scandals
  • Japan set to mark 75 years since Hiroshima, Nagasaki atomic bombing
  • Japan's travel ban to contain virus unfair, western businesses say
  • Algeria eases more coronavirus restrictions, including travel curbs and curfew
  • Abbas says Palestinians not worried about 'nonsense' Israel-UAE deal
  • India keeps tight lid on Kashmir on anniversary of revoking semi-autonomy
  • Norwegians urged to wear face masks on Oslo public transport
  • Explainer: Source of New Zealand coronavirus outbreak still a mystery
  • India's coronavirus pandemic hits fast dwindling tribe in remote islands
  • Rockets fall near Baghdad airport, no casualties
  • India tea plantation landslide death toll rises to 43
  • Colombia confirmed COVID-19 deaths top 20,000
  • Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under security law, bearing out 'worst fears'
  • U.N. to renew Lebanon peacekeeping mandate, reduce troops: diplomats
  • UK urges Hong Kong government to reinstate candidates, hold elections
  • Brazil's environment ministry, in reversal, says will continue fighting deforestation
  • Trump to attend Paris conference to help support Lebanon
  • France's Macron to co-host Lebanon donor conference on Sunday, officials say
  • Abenomics fails to deliver as Japan braces for post-Abe era
  • China supports Hong Kong's arrest of media tycoon Jimmy Lai
  • Beijing says residents can go mask-free as China COVID cases hit new lows
  • Canada finance minister resigns amid friction with Trudeau and charity scandal
  • After UAE-Israel breakthrough, Kushner pushes other Arabs to go next
  • Latin America now has world's highest coronavirus death toll
  • EU may impose sanctions on Belarusian individuals over election, Spain says
  • At least 17 participants of Afghan grand assembly positive for coronavirus
  • English schools reopen with pressure on PM Johnson after COVID-19 closure
  • Austria to file charges against Turkish spy - interior minister
  • International reaction to resignation of Japan's PM Abe
  • U.S. monitoring Belarus closely, says Pompeo
  • New Canadian face mask plant to help avoid 'terrifying' shortages during pandemic: premier
  • Saudi Arabia's King Salman chairs virtual cabinet meeting: SPA
  • U.S. moves to restore all U.N. sanctions on Iran in dispute over nuclear deal
  • Lebanon's Hezbollah says downs Israeli drone
  • Protesters pack Belarus capital, Russia says military help available
  • No. 2 U.S. diplomat to discuss Belarus in talks in Russia on Tuesday: envoy
  • Australian coronavirus antibody therapy aims for trial in early 2021
  • Tankers ship Iranian fuel cargoes to U.S. for seizure
  • Brazil priest under investigation over accusations pilgrim donations were misused
  • One Belarusian protester dies after explosive device blows up in his hands: police
  • India accuses China of fresh 'provocative actions' at mountain border
  • Thai king commutes death sentence for Myanmar men in British tourist murder case
  • Governor of Venezuela's capital district, key Maduro ally, dies of COVID-19
  • Turkey says it is ready to help rebuild port of Beirut
  • Japan voices concerns over Chinese activity around disputed islands: NHK
  • Saudi Arabian King Salman arrives in NEOM for rest and relaxation: state news agency
  • Big cats' droppings help German circus weather coronavirus crisis
  • 'Double lockdown': COVID-19 adds to blockaded Gaza's despair
  • What people are saying about the arrest of Hong Kong's Jimmy Lai
  • South Africa's ex-leader Zuma, accused of graft, hits out at successor
  • Sudan PM tells Pompeo he's not authorised to normalise ties with Israel
  • UK's Johnson sees 'very, very good case' for EU to agree trade deal
  • Factbox: Triple win or double-cross - analysts react to Israel-UAE deal
  • Some Cubans returning from Venezuela test positive for COVID-19
  • Trump expects Saudi Arabia to join UAE-Israel deal
  • Algeria eases more coronavirus restrictions, including travel curbs and curfew
  • 'I don't want to fly again': Surviving India's worst crash in 10 years
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,122 to 215,336: RKI
  • Hezbollah open to discussing new political order in Lebanon, says Nasrallah
  • Visegrad group presidents call on Belarus to stop violence, back free elections: joint statement
  • Australian COVID-19 infections hit one-month low
  • Frans Hals painting 'Two Laughing Boys' stolen for a third time
  • Barcelona to strip Spain's departed ex-king of city awards
  • Canada's hardest-hit province for COVID-19 launches plan to combat second wave
  • Migrant woman with coronavirus gives birth on board a helicopter
  • Indians seek out fortune tellers to fight COVID-19 blues
  • Struggling live-event workers protest in Lisbon to save pandemic-hit sector
  • WHO appeals for $15 million aid for Lebanon after Beirut blast
  • India tea plantation landslide death toll rises to 43
  • China evacuates 100,000 as floods threaten heritage site
  • Hasidic Jewish pilgrims stranded at Ukraine airports after travel ban
  • U.S. ends agreements with Hong Kong which says it is a 'pawn'
  • U.S. envoy to Uzbekistan urges release of detained journalist
  • Standoff with China will be long, India warns in pulled statement
  • China envoy to Ecuador says fishing vessels follow regulations
  • New Zealand PM Ardern defers lockdown decision but says good progress made
  • My shed is my castle: one Cuban's move to self-isolate
  • Turkish board proposes schools stay closed for another month: minister
  • India's envoy to U.S. says current trade talks first step to a comprehensive bilateral trade pact
  • EU raps Belarus over election violence, says may take measures
  • Japan's Abe says health should hold up until successor chosen
  • Belarus opposition says Russia reserve force creation unacceptable
  • Britain appoints former royal aide to run civil service
  • Mexico's coronavirus death toll passes 53,000 mark
  • Israel opposes any F-35 sale to UAE despite their warming ties
  • China embassy says Britain is distorting Beijing's diplomatic efforts
  • Lebanon registers record number of daily COVID-19 cases
  • Germany would be ready to sanction Russia over Navalny case: Maas
  • Canadian preacher jailed in Myanmar for holding services during virus ban
  • Danish spy agency shared information with U.S. intelligence: DR broadcaster
  • London police say 'service was acceptable' after racism complaint over drugs search, smashed car window
  • India keeps tight lid on Kashmir on anniversary of revoking semi-autonomy
  • Hospitals, expats blast Trump plan to block U.S. citizens over coronavirus
  • Hostage taker surrenders outside French bank, all six captives unharmed
  • Merkel tells Russia to investigate suspected poisoning of Kremlin critic
  • Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon retreats in July from 2019 record
  • Slovenia adds neighbour Croatia to coronavirus quarantine list
  • How India's Silicon Valley saw its COVID-19 success come undone