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GAZA (Reuters) - Palestinian fighter groups and Israel agreed to end a weeks-long escalation of unrest along the Israel-Gaza border, Gaza's ruling Islamist group Hamas and Israel said on Monday.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Countries with significant active spread of coronavirus must prevent amplifying events, as opening up without the virus being under control would be a "recipe for disaster", the World Health Organization said on Monday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland lifted an extended local lockdown on Monday in the eastern county of Kildare ahead of schedule, but the whole country remains under some of Europe's strictest COVID-19 restrictions.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's women will face twice world champions Germany in a friendly on Oct. 27 as they return to action for the first time in over seven months, the Football Association said on Monday.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Lisa Krohn's Ashanti Lodge in Cape Town - normally abuzz with backpackers from around the world - today sits largely empty, a sign of how the pandemic has crushed South Africa's tourist industry.
MUMBAI, Aug 31 (Reuters): India reported 78,512 novel coronavirus infections on Monday, more than any other country but fewer than the previous day when it posted the world's biggest, single-day tally, as authorities looked to open more sectors of the economy.
JAKARTA, Aug 31 (Reuters): Indonesia is tightening import rules for some consumer products including sport footwear, bicycles and air conditioning electronics, its trade ministry said, after a surge in imports in May and June.
JAKARTA: Indonesia is tightening import rules for some consumer products including sport footwear, bicycles and air conditioning electronics, its trade ministry said, after a surge in imports in May and June.