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Riot declared as fire burns in Portland police union offices
A fire inside a police union building led authorities in Portland, Oregon, to declare a riot and force protesters away from the offices as violent demonstrations continue in the city that had hoped for calm after federal agents withdrew more than a week ago.
Security tight as Belarus votes in tense poll
Security measures were imposed in the Belarusian capital Minsk as voters went to the polls Sunday in a tense presidential election, with residents reporting a heavy police presence and problems connecting to the internet.
At least 43 killed in monsoon-triggered landslide in India
At least 43 bodies were recovered after a massive landslide triggered by monsoon rains swept away dozens of tea estate workers in southwestern India, police said Sunday.
Afghanistan to release 400 'hard-core' Taliban to start peace talks
Afghanistan agreed on Sunday to release 400 “hard-core” Taliban prisoners, paving the way for the beginning of peace talks aimed at ending more than 19 years of war.
Brazil makes grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19
Brazil surpassed a grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19 on Saturday night, and five months after the first reported case the country has not shown signs of crushing the disease.
UN condemns Yemen strike that killed as many as nine children
As many as nine children were killed following airstrikes in northern Yemen’s Jawf Province Thursday, the United Nations said.
Germany, France challenge US role in WHO reforms
Germany and France have challenged Washington’s role in leading talks over reforming the World Health Organization, citing the US decision to quit the global body.
US sanctions branded 'clowning actions' as HK vows it won't be intimidated
Beijing’s top representative office in Hong Kong said on Saturday that sanctions imposed by Washington on senior Hong Kong and Chinese officials were “clowning actions” that would not frighten or intimidate Chinese people.
Blast rocks military base in Somali capital, at least eight dead
A huge blast rocked a military base in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu near a stadium on Saturday, killing at least eight people and injuring 14, emergency workers said, and the terrorist group Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility, Reuters reported.
Global coronavirus deaths exceed 700,000
One person dies every 15 seconds on average
The global death toll from the coronavirus surpassed 700,000 on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, with the United States, Brazil, India and Mexico leading the rise in fatalities.
Amnesty International documents 125 incidents of US police violence against protesters
Amnesty International said it has documented 125 separate instances of violence against protesters for racial justice in the US over an 11-day period earlier this summer.
Majority of registered American voters oppose election delay: Poll
Two-thirds of registered American voters oppose delaying the Nov. 3 presidential election due to the coronavirus pandemic, and more than half think President Donald Trump floated the idea of postponing it last week to help himself politically, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling released on Wednesday.
Thai police summon protest leaders for breaching coronavirus emergency law
Thai police summoned five organizers of student-led protests against the government, saying they had violated a coronavirus emergency decree that forbids large gatherings, police told Reuters on Wednesday
Biden assails Trump for ‘bald-faced lies’ about voting by mail
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said that President Donald Trump was telling “bald-faced lies” about voting by mail to distract from his own failures, after Trump last week suggested it could be cause to delay the election.
Syrian air defenses respond to fresh Israeli aggression
The Syrian air defenses responded to the Israeli military’s Monday night aggression against the Arab country’s army positions, state media reported.

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