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Violent Anti-Mask Protests Break Out In Czech Republic
China Passes Biosecurity Law To Protect Virus Whistleblowers
Protests Continue In Bangkok For Fifth Consecutive Day
Bangkok Transit System Shut Down As City Sees Fourth Day Of Protests
New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern Wins 2nd Term In Election Rout
France Reacts In Shock After Teacher Decapitated Outside School
Thirteen Civilians Killed, 50 Wounded In Armenia, Azerbaijan Conflict
Japan May Dump Wastewater From Fukushima Facility Into Ocean
COVID-19 Cases Surging In Europe
London On High Coronavirus Alert Level
FDA Approves First Ebola Treatment
Thailand Declares State Of Emergency Amid Protests
Kyrgyzstan's President Resigns Amid Protests
Germany Plans To Pay 240,000 Holocaust Survivors $662M
Europe Experiences COVID-19 Resurgence
Record Breaking Heat Across The Globe In September
France Sets Curfews In Paris, Other Major Cities To Stop COVID Surge
Saudi Arabia Voted Off U.N. Human Rights Council
Liverpool COVID Restrictions Like 'Being in Land of Living Dead'
Flooding Kills Dozens In Vietnam, Cambodia
Netherlands Reports First Death From COVID-19 Reinfection
Armenia, Azerbaijan Accuse Each Other Of Breaking Ceasefire
Reuters: Trump Administration Readies Taiwan Arm Sales, China Protests
Experts: Vaccine Hesitancy Is A Global Threat
As COVID-19 Surges In Europe, So Does Resistance To Restrictions
U.N. Report: Natural Disasters Surged Over Past 20 Years
Fighting Between Armenia And Azerbaijan Continues
Azerbaijan, Armenia Blame Each Other As Ceasefire Breaks
India Hits 7 Million COVID-19 Cases
Airbnb Requires Hosts Meet New Cleaning Standards
Australia: No COVID-19 Deaths for 2 Days
Indonesian Police Detain Hundreds Of Protesters In The Capital
Eli Lilly To Supply COVID-19 Treatment To Low-Income Countries
Nobel Peace Prize Awarded To U.N.'s World Food Program
Kyrgyzstan's President Says He'll Step Down
Charges Against ISIS Beatles 'A Long Time Coming' Says Victim's Mother
France, Germany, U.K. Target Russians In Navalny Poisoning
Japan To Lift Travel Ban To 12 Countries Including China
More And More Airlines Offering Scenic 'Flights To Nowhere'
Vaccine Hoarding by Richer Nations Threatens Global Recovery, Some Say
ICU Admissions For COVID-19 Spike In France; Infections Up in Germany
China Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows Promise
Russia's Alexei Navalny Confirmed To Have Been Poisoned
As COVID Surges Again In Europe, Experts Call For Balanced Response
Protesters Occupy Government Buildings In Kyrgyzstan After Election
U.N. Calls For Probe Into Killing Of South Korean Official
Paris Put On Maximum Alert As Coronavirus 'Is Moving Too Fast'
New World Health Organization Estimate Puts Coronavirus Cases At 760M
Computer Glitch Causes U.K. Coronavirus Cases To Jump
Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded For Hepatitis C Discovery
Over 100,000 Turn Out For Belarus March In 9th Straight Week
Pilgrims Return To Mecca As Saudi Eases COVID-19 Restrictions
U.K. PM Boris Johnson Defends His Handling of the Coronavirus
At Least 2 Dead In Historic French And Italian Floods
Heavy Fighting Carries On Between Armenia And Azerbaijan
Johnson, Bolsonaro Offer Insights On How Trump May Deal With COVID-19
Ireland's Top Court Rules Subway's Bread Too Sugary For Tax Break
Tokyo Stock Exchange Suffers Complete Outage
Europe's Unemployment Rate Rises For Fifth Straight Month
Alexei Navalny Accuses Russia's President Of Poisoning Him
Hong Kong Police Crack Down On Protests On China's National Day
France Banning Use Of Wild Animals In Circuses, Marine Parks
Indian Court Acquits 32 People Accused Of Mosque Attack
British Lawmakers Advance Bill Allowing Brexit Cancellation
Spain's Supreme Court Bans Catalan Leader From Holding Office
One Million Dead From COVID-19
Uber Granted License To Operate In London
Experts Praise Africa's COVID-19 Response
Coronavirus Cases In India Hit 6M
Armenia and Azerbaijan Clash Kills 16 Over Disputed Territory
Suspect In Paris Knife Attack Says He Was Targeting Charlie Hebdo
Police Move In As Thousands Protest COVID-19 Restrictions in London
Kim Jong-Un Apologizes For Death Of South Korean Official
Report: China Expanding Detention Sites In Xinjiang
U.S. Imposes New Sanctions On Iranian Officials Over Human Rights
2 Wounded In Paris Attack
Pro-Democracy Activist Joshua Wong Arrested By Hong Kong Police
Australian Officials Rescue 88 Whales From Worst Mass Beaching
U.S. No Longer Recognizes Lukashenko As President Of Belarus
Alexei Navalny Discharged From Berlin Hospital
Facebook Removes Networks Promoting Propaganda In Asia
UN Secretary General Says Poverty Rising For First Time In 30 Years
Wikileaks' Assange A Suicide Risk If Sent To U.S., Says Psychiatrist
Europe Sees Spike Of COVID-19 Cases
U.K. To Scale Back On Reopening After COVID-19 Case Surge
Russia to Alexei Navalny: 'We Don't Deal With Clothes'
Europe Seeing Disturbing Rise in Coronavirus Cases
Woman Arrested Over Ricin Sent To White House
Belarus Enters Seventh Week Of Protests As Tens Of Thousands March
London Protesters Rally Against Tighter COVID-19 Restrictions
World Leaders Pay Tribute To Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Her Legacy
3 Tropical Storms Formed In About 6 Hours
President Trump Won't Attend UN General Assembly In Person
Europe Tightens Coronavirus Restrictions As Cases Spike
U.N. Accuses Venezuelan Officials Of Crimes Against Humanity
Justice Department Charges 5 Chinese Hackers
Greek Authorities Move Migrants To New Camp After Fires
Israel Bombs Gaza Strip After Rocket Salvos
WTO Says U.S. Tariffs On China Don't Align With Its Trade Rules
Yoshihide Suga Elected As Japan's New Prime Minister