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  • Central Americans edge north as pandemic spurs economic collapse
  • Japan’s Dentsu lobbied for and funded campaign for Tokyo games, documents show, despite Olympics contract
  • Japan considering making promotion of paternity leave mandatory for companies: Nikkei
  • Exclusive: Biden, if elected, would consult allies on future of U.S. tariffs on China - advisers
  • Malaysia reports 375 new coronavirus cases
  • Thai royalists confront protesters in Bangkok skirmish
  • U.S. names coordinator on Tibet amid tensions with China
  • Polish abortion protest leader seeks inspiration from Belarus
  • 59 bodies found in clandestine graves in Mexico's Guanajuato state
  • China's Xinjiang finds asymptomatic coronavirus case in Kashgar
  • Syrian amputee gets new lease of life from designing prosthetics, helping others
  • EU looks at new migration pact amid divisions, aims for December deal
  • Japan considering making promotion of paternity leave mandatory for companies: Nikkei
  • New Zealand PM Ardern names finmin Robertson as new deputy prime minister
  • Church of England apologises after child abuse inquiry report
  • UK lawmakers worried about lack of Brexit preparations
  • Malaysia's king to consult with rulers amid talk of emergency
  • Iran temporarily releases French-Iranian academic from jail, lawyer says
  • Six in custody over Nice church attack in France
  • Two migrants killed in brawl as Bosnia starts closing reception centres
  • Italy reports new record of 21,273 coronavirus cases as more curbs imposed
  • Syria's Damascus airport resumes commercial flights after COVID-19 halt
  • Photo agency settles with Harry and Meghan over photos of their son at home
  • New clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh; Pompeo says Turkey makes situation worse
  • Mayor of Vienna says a second civilian has died in attack
  • Turkey and Poland put on quarantine lists in England and Scotland
  • Search and rescue helicopters attending incident in English Channel
  • At least 140 Europe-bound migrants drown off Senegal coast: U.N
  • 'Perfect storm': How Nigeria's peaceful police protests turned violent
  • Gunmen kill 25 displaced people in Burkina Faso, U.N. says
  • Kenyan documentary spotlights activist torn between family and the struggle
  • Russia reports new all-time record of daily coronavirus cases
  • Daughter of Belgium's former king wins long battle to become princess
  • Spain, Portugal announce cross-border access to health for citizens
  • Merkel says fight against 'Islamist terrorism' is common struggle
  • Two French journalists wounded in Nagorno-Karabakh undergo surgery: officials
  • Lithuanian opposition party wins first round of parliamentary election
  • Thousands protest across Poland against curbs on abortion access
  • Polish bishop caught up in abuse negligence case resigns
  • Gas explosion hits market, kills at least five in southwest Iran
  • Africa must prepare for second COVID wave, disease control group says
  • UK considered sending asylum seekers to south Atlantic, FT reports
  • Footage of man beating wife to death on Chinese street sparks outrage
  • Floods kill 17 people in central Vietnam, next storm due soon
  • Europe's worst infection hotspot Madrid heads for lockdown
  • Taiwan lays to rest 'Mr Democracy' Lee Teng-hui
  • France and Germany thrust into lockdown as second COVID-19 wave sweeps Europe
  • UK increases sentence for market abuse in post-Brexit financial regulation plans
  • South Korean authorities stick to flu vaccine plan after deaths rise to 48
  • Two U.S. nationals released by Houthi rebels in possible prisoner swap
  • South Africa's health minister tests positive for COVID-19
  • EU has 'serious concerns' about UK implementation of Brexit treaty
  • Mexican Senate majority leader favors wiretapping regulation
  • Analysis: Arrest of ex-army chief puts Mexican president's plans under siege
  • Documents in Ghislaine Maxwell criminal case expected to be released by Thursday
  • China passes biosecurity law to prevent infectious diseases
  • Malaysia detains 60 Chinese nationals, 6 vessels for trespassing
  • Rwandan court denies 'Hotel Rwanda' hero Rusesabagina bail, extends detention
  • U.S. says won't hesitate to act against threats to personnel in Iraq
  • New Zealand PM Ardern names finmin Robertson as new deputy prime minister
  • Protests flare in Italian cities against COVID-19 restrictions
  • UK says some Brexit progress has been made but differences remain
  • France's Darmanin: 120 extra police to be sent to Nice after fatal knife attack
  • Britain resists COVID lockdown as Europe counts cost
  • Israeli girl makes a splash with her pet snake
  • Malaysian court to hear ex-PM Najib's 1MDB appeal from Feb 15
  • England adds five Greek Islands to safe-travel list
  • Swiss tighten measures to combat COVID-19 second wave
  • Iran imposes new restrictions to stem coronavirus spread: Rouhani
  • Israeli girl makes a splash with her pet snake
  • Libyan rivals agree to further military talks, U.N. says
  • Taiwan says diplomat sent to hospital after China spat in Fiji
  • India's coronavirus infections rise to 6.69 million
  • Pope denies audience with Pompeo; Vatican warns against playing politics over China
  • EU official denies FT Tweets on Brexit trade talks breakthrough
  • Thai police to charge two for violence against queen
  • Greece says no talks with Turkey as long as survey ship in area
  • UK to exclude Chinese students from sensitive subjects - Times
  • Libyan investigators find more mass graves in recaptured city
  • France considers new Paris curfew as lockdown rules are flouted
  • Veteran Tajik president on course for fifth term
  • Factbox: What's new in China's 2020 population survey versus 2010 census
  • German foreign minister says Brexit deal with UK still possible
  • Factbox: New faces, new jobs in Poland's conservative government
  • Egypt says freedom of expression 'stops' when Muslims offended
  • 'All I could do was fear for my life', says Belarus singer who fled to Kyiv
  • U.S. calls for WHO reforms, timely information on outbreaks
  • American Islamic State supporters held by Kurds back in U.S. custody: DOJ
  • Britain's spies defending COVID-19 vaccine work, MI5 chief says
  • UK's Johnson shuts pubs in parts of England with new COVID-19 curbs
  • Pope wears mask for first time at public event
  • Russia records 9.6% more deaths in August year-on-year: stats agency
  • Venezuela insists on December congress vote despite EU call for delay
  • Mayor of Vienna says a second civilian has died in attack
  • Human rights lawyers sue Trump administration over 'unconstitutional' ICC sanctions
  • Nigeria's Buhari promises police reform; one protester killed
  • U.S. water row puts Mexican president in opposition sights
  • Battle over Israel's budget risks election, more economic gloom
  • Ireland to impose nationwide COVID-19 curbs on Monday: minister
  • Turkey to take legal, diplomatic steps against French caricature of Erdogan