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Australia, Drugmaker Reach Deal On Potential COVID-19 Vaccine
Arrest Made Over Ship Leaking Oil Off Coast Of Mauritius
Mali's President Resigns After Being Detained By Military
U.S., China Allow Increase Of Weekly Flights
German Prosecutors Say Berlin Highway Crash Was Extremist Attack
How Denmark Successfully Reopened Schools
Carrie Lam To File Complaint About U.S. Sanctions
Belarus President To Protesters: No New Elections 'Until You Kill Me'
Japan Reports Worst Economic Slump On Record
Extremist Attack On Somalia Hotel Kills At Least 15 People
Belarus Protesters Demand President's Resignation
Oil-Leaking Ship Off Mauritius Breaks Apart
U.S., Canada Extend Border Restrictions For 5th Time Due To COVID-19
Turkey's President Threatens To Cut Ties With UAE Over Israel Deal
New Zealand Extends Auckland Lockdown After Months Without New Cases
Google To Stop Responding Directly To Data Requests From Hong Kong
UAE And Israel Establish Diplomatic Ties In U.S.-Brokered Deal
Colombia's Former President Is Officially An Inmate On House Arrest
2nd Protester Dies In Belarus Unrest While In Police Custody
Auckland, New Zealand, Under Lockdown After Months Without New Cases
U.S. Military Says Iran Seized Oil Tanker Near Strait Of Hormuz
3 Dead In British Passenger Train Derailment
Russia's Vaccine Claims Come With Little Evidence, Incomplete Testing
Russia First Country To Register COVID-19 Vaccine
China Sanctions 11 U.S. Citizens In Dispute Over Hong Kong
Lebanon's Government Is Stepping Down After Deadly Blast
Puerto Rico Suspends Primary Elections Over Lack Of Ballots
Hong Kong Media Tycoon Arrested Under National Security Law
Oil Continues To Spill Into Indian Ocean Near Mauritius
Lebanese Information Minister Resigns Following Deadly Blast In Beirut
Pro-LGBTQ Protests Spark As Homophobia Escalates In Poland
Thousands Of Israeli Protesters Call For PM Netanyahu To Resign
At Least 18 Dead, 150 Hurt After Plane Skids Off Runway In India
'It's Overwhelming' — The Chinese App Ban Could Cut Off Families
Lebanon's President Admits He Knew About Beirut Stockpile For Weeks
Australia's Second Largest City Back Under Coronavirus Lockdown
North Korea Escalating Its Response To COVID-19
Chemical In Beirut Explosion Common In U.S., Public Reporting Isn't
Beirut Blast: Officials Point To Negligence, Not Nefariousness
What Visual Evidence Tells Us About What Caused The Beirut Explosion
U.S. Sending Highest-Ranking Official In Over 40 Years To Taiwan
U.K. To Redesign 'Racist' Visa Algorithm After Backlash
75 Years After A-Bomb Dropped in Japan, Survivors Still Suffer
Colombia's Supreme Court Orders Former President To Be Detained
Widespread Injuries And Deaths As Blasts Rock Lebanese Capital
Explosions Rock Downtown Beirut
U.N. Chief Warning Of 'Generational Catastrophe' Amid School Closures
Australia's State Of Victoria Declares State Of Disaster
Northern Ireland Peace Architect John Hume Dies At 83
Cruise Ship Outbreak Causes Concern Along Norway's Coast
ISIS Attack On Afghan Prison Kills At Least 21 People
Robot Use Has Increased During Pandemic
Vietnam To Test All 1.1 Million Residents Of Coastal COVID-19 Hotspot
Unprecedented Hajj, Eid Celebrations Show Coronavirus Impact
U.K. Postpones Next Phase Of Reopening After Uptick In COVID-19 Cases
Europe Faces Historic Economic Crash As Pandemic Fears Stifle Recovery
Hong Kong Postpones Upcoming Elections By A Year
China Quarantines 18,000 Residents As Hong Kong Warns Of Virus Surge
After Months Of Calm, Vietnam Braces For Third Coronavirus Wave
U.S. To Withdraw Nearly 12,000 Troops From Germany
Inmates Demand Help As Pandemic Sweeps Bolivia
China Adds Over 100 New Coronavirus Cases In Xinjiang Outbreak
Annual Hajj Pilgrimage Begins, This Year Smaller And With Face Masks
IMF Approves $4.3 Billion Coronavirus Loan To South Africa
Ex-Malaysian PM Given 12-Year Prison Sentence On Corruption Charges
U.K. Stands By Its Quarantine Rule For Travelers From Spain
Vietnamese City Evacuates Tourists Amid New COVID-19 Cases
U.S. Consulate In Chengdu, China Closes
Study: Preventing Next Pandemic Will Cost More Than $22 Billion A Year
North Korea Locks Down Town After First Suspected COVID-19 Case
EU Approves New Aid Package As COVID-19 Cases Rise In France, Spain
China Orders Closure Of U.S. Consulate In Western City Of Chengdu
Chinese Researcher Arrested By FBI In San Francisco For Visa Fraud
Emirates Is The First Airline To Offer To Cover COVID-19 Medical Costs
Spain Pulls Back On Summer Holiday Season As COVID-19 Cases Spike
England Enacts Face Mask Mandate
Protesters In Israel Are Met With Water Cannons
China's Launch Of Mars Probe Stirs New Generation Space Race With U.S.
Face Mask Rule Takes Effect In Australia's Second-Largest City
Canadian Court Rules Asylum Agreement With U.S. Invalid
U.K. Announces New Option For Certain Hong Kong Passport Holders
Trials Of Emergency COVID-19 Vaccine Begin In Hard-Hit Brazil
Journalist Maria Ressa Pleads Not Guilty To Tax Evasion
U.S. Orders China To Close Its Consulate In Houston
Report Cites Russian Interference In Britain
European Union Reaches Deal On Budget And Virus Relief Package
2 More Vaccines Show Promise As Global Race Grows Tense
U.S. Sanctions Chechen Leader Over Human Rights Violations
U.K. Suspends Extradition Treaty With Hong Kong Over New Security Law
United Arab Emirates Launches First Spacecraft To Mars
France Now Requires Face Masks In Indoor Public Spaces
Israeli Prime Minister's Corruption Trial To Resume In January
World Sees Largest Single-Day COVID-19 Increase
French March In Memory Of Black Man Killed In Police Custody
Former Head Of Mexican State Oil Company Extradited On Bribery Charges
100-Year-Old Knighted After Raising $40M For U.K. Health Service
Relations Strained On Okinawa Amid COVID-19 Outbreaks At U.S. Bases
U.S., Canada And U.K. Says Russia Tried Stealing COVID-19 Research
Data-Sharing Pact Between EU and U.S. Struck Down By Top Court
U.S. Pulls Troops From Bases As Taliban Keeps Up Afghanistan Attacks