Clashes over separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh continue
News/World: Fighting over the separatist Nagorno-Karabakh region continued Sunday, as Armenia and Azerbaijan reiterated their commitment to a peaceful resolution of their decades-old conflict and blamed each other for hindering one after four weeks of hostilities.
Iraqi forces, protesters clash in Baghdad, injuries on both sides
News/World: Iraqi security forces clashed with anti-government demonstrators in Baghdad on Sunday with at least 39 people, most of them police officers, injured by projectiles unleashed from each side, security officials said.
Spain PM works on new state of emergency to curb COVID-19
News/World: Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez called a cabinet meeting Sunday to prepare a new state of emergency to stem surging coronavirus infections, a move that could impose curfews and other restrictions across the country.
Why did Diana do what she did? Actor Emma Corrin looks for answers as she takes on iconic role in The Crown
News/World: For actor Emma Corrin, preparing to take on the role of Diana, Princess of Wales, for Season 4 of The Crown was a daunting prospect, and something of a lesson in trying to determine the psychology behind events in the life of an iconic, high-profile member of the Royal Family.
The fight over U.S. voting rights is nothing new — it's just got a pandemic twist this time
News/World: The COVID-19 pandemic has drawn more attention to the age-old American political battle over access to the ballot box, with hundreds of lawsuits playing out in courtrooms ahead of election day on Nov. 3.
Venezuelan opposition politician Leopoldo Lopez flees country
News/World: Venezuelan opposition politician Leopoldo Lopez abandoned the Spanish ambassador's residence in Caracas on Saturday to flee the country, more than a year after seeking refuge there to escape house arrest, his party said.
Nigerian police called to mobilize in effort to quell unrest, protests over police brutality
News/World: Nigeria's top police official on Saturday ordered the immediate mobilization of all officers to "reclaim the public space from criminal elements masquerading as protesters" after days of peaceful demonstrations over police abuses and then violent unrest that left at least 69 people dead.
Donald Trump casts vote in Florida as Joe Biden warns of 'dark winter' in U.S. due to pandemic
News/World: U.S. President Donald Trump voted in his adopted home of Florida before hitting the campaign trail for rallies in three swing states on Saturday, joining more than 54 million Americans who have cast early ballots ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
Polish President Duda infected with coronavirus; tennis star Swiatek goes into quarantine
News/Politics: Polish President Andrzej Duda has tested positive for coronavirus and is subject to quarantine but is feeling good, officials announced on Saturday, as the country imposed fresh restrictions to try to stem a surge in the disease.
Thousands protest in Poland after abortion is almost entirely banned
News/The National: Thousands of people protested across Poland for the second day in a row, despite coronavirus restrictions, in response to the top court banning almost all grounds for abortion in the largely Roman Catholic country.
Gerald, the turkey who menaced a California neighbourhood, has finally been captured
Radio/As It Happens: On Thursday Gerald, a grumpy turkey that has been attacking children and older residents in Oakland, Cali. for the past seven months, was finally captured and relocated outside the city.
Nigeria says dozens dead in unrest over police brutality
News/World: Nigeria's president says 51 civilians have been killed in unrest following days of peaceful protests over police abuses, and he blames "hooliganism" for the violence while asserting that security forces have used "extreme restraint."
Sudan to normalize ties with Israel, leave U.S. list of terrorism sponsors
News/World: U.S. President Donald Trump announced Friday that Sudan will start to normalize ties with Israel, making it the third Arab state to do so as part of U.S.-brokered deals in the run-up to the Nov. 3 election.
U.S. at near-record level for coronavirus cases, several states with peak hospitalizations
News/World: The number of new COVID-19 cases reported in the United States Thursday was the second highest on record, coming in just short of their midsummer peak as the spread of the novel coronavirus accelerates in nearly every region of the country.
Libya rivals sign ceasefire deal, but tough political talks loom
News/World: Libya's warring sides signed a permanent ceasefire deal on Friday, but any lasting end to years of chaos and bloodshed will require wider agreement among myriad armed groups and the outside powers that support them.
U.S. government urged to do more to reunite 545 migrant children with families
News/World: A federal judge on Thursday urged the Trump administration to do more to help court-appointed researchers find hundreds of parents who were separated from their children after they crossed the U.S.-Mexico border beginning in 2017.