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Covid: Belgian doctors with coronavirus asked to keep working
A top doctor tells the BBC they had no choice, to avoid the hospital system collapsing within days.
Turkey's Erdogan urges French goods boycott amid Islam row
The president urges people not to buy French goods after his counterpart Mr Macron defended secularism.
Democrats desperate as Senate moves to confirm Trump court pick
Amy Coney Barrett is expected to be confirmed to the Supreme Court, just days before the election.
Syria war: 'Russian air strikes kill dozens' in Idlib
More than 50 people reportedly die in the attack, which puts at risk a ceasefire in the area.
Pakistan's first metro line opens to passengers in Lahore
The Chinese-built line will slash journey times across the notoriously congested city by two thirds.
Psychotherapy patients blackmailed after breach
Stolen data appears to have included personal identification records and notes about therapy sessions.
South Korean Jehovah's Witnesses start prison work terms
For the first time, conscientious objectors can work as prison administrators instead of being jailed.
Toymakers expect strong Christmas sales despite coronavirus
The makers of Barbie dolls and games like Jenga are benefitting as parents spend on stay-at-home activities.
Somalia conflict: Al-Shabab 'collects more revenue than government'
Al-Shabab uses threats and violence to extort the money from Somalis, a new report says.
Chinese giant eyes record $34bn market debut
The Chinese firm is set for the biggest stock market listing ever, beating Saudi Aramco's $29bn flotation.
Paul Pogba: Man Utd star to take legal action over reports he was quitting France national team
Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba says he will take legal action after "total fake" reports said he was to quit international football.
Belarus protests: National opposition strike gains momentum
A strike by workers and students puts more pressure on President Lukashenko to quit.

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