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  • China says Taiwan's role in international bodies must be under 'One China' principle
  • French fishermen regain access to Guernsey waters: minister
  • China virus could hit oil prices by $3/bbl: Goldman
  • China says confirms total of 1,372 cases from coronavirus outbreak: state media
  • Twenty soldiers killed in Mali attack, government says
  • Iraq populist cleric calls for anti-U.S. demonstrations on Sunday
  • WHO to reconsider declaring global emergency as China virus evacuations begin
  • Thousands held on cruise ship in Hong Kong as authorities check for virus
  • New Zealand PM Ardern calls September 19 election, faces tight race
  • Italian president visits Chinese schoolchildren to allay coronavirus fears
  • Freedom House calls for oversight on China's efforts to influence media abroad
  • Homeless issues puts Irish PM on electoral backfoot
  • Trump spoke to Ethiopia's Abiy, expressed optimism on giant Nile dam -White House
  • Iran's steps to reduce commitments to nuclear pact are over: Iran foreign minister
  • Earthquake of magnitude 6.0 strikes Sulawesi, Indonesia: EMSC
  • Flight carrying New Zealanders, Australians leaves virus-hit Wuhan
  • Lebanon PM asks government, banks for plan to restore confidence
  • Ex-soldier admits contract killing of Slovak journalist
  • Iran's only female Olympic medalist in the Netherlands: NOS
  • U.S. agriculture secretary unsure if coronavirus will slow China's farm imports
  • Brazil sits out leftist Latin American nations' body on anti-democracy fears
  • Sinn Fein demands place at talks to form next Irish government
  • Malaysia's Mahathir rules out trade action over Indian palm oil boycott
  • UK to introduce tougher jail terms for convicted terrorists after London Bridge attack
  • Philippine residents retrieve animals, belongings amid threat of volcano eruption
  • Two drones downed near Syria's Hmeimim air base: state TV
  • Taiwan to suspend entry for Chinese citizens to control virus
  • Organization of Islamic Cooperation rejects Trump peace plan: statement
  • China's Tianjin to set up dedicated hospital to treat coronavirus patients
  • Spain's new government spars with right on region's sex education veto
  • Finnish paper workers' union agrees pay deal, ends strike
  • U.S. House approves $4.7 billion disaster aid, tax breaks for Puerto Rico
  • UK princes William and Harry denounce 'offensive' newspaper report
  • Indonesia's tourism sector will be hit by China virus: finance minister
  • Cambodian opposition leader urges court to drop treason charges
  • Plane carrying Britons and others from China's Wuhan lands in UK
  • Australia on standby for fire threat as heat, winds return
  • Four more patients test positive for coronavirus in England
  • Police detain 185 climate protesters at Brussels car show
  • Chinese students return to virus quarantine in Singapore
  • Singapore-listed Sasseur REIT shuts China malls as Wuhan virus spreads
  • Eastern EU states threaten lawsuit over looming trucking reform
  • Turkey ready to act after reinforcing Syria's Idlib: official
  • Coronavirus risk to British public remains low: health minister
  • Police to roll out live facial recognition cameras in London
  • Russia gets new government in what Putin calls "major renewal"
  • Tunisia's next government must be broad-based, says leader of biggest party
  • Families in Africa fear impact of U.S. immigration ban
  • China's virus-hit Wuhan creates more hospitals as demand for beds surges
  • Brazilians evacuated from China amid coronavirus land in Brazil
  • Hong Kong testing over 1,800 passengers on cruise ship for coronavirus
  • Japan confirms third case of Wuhan virus
  • Vietnam says three new cases of coronavirus detected: state media
  • North Korea abandons nuclear freeze pledge, blames 'brutal' U.S. sanctions
  • Spanish police free hundreds of dogs from illegal puppy farms
  • Lebanon PM asks government, banks for plan to restore confidence
  • UK's Johnson, France's Macron reiterate commitment to Iran nuclear deal
  • Burundi ruling party picks Ndayishimiye to contest presidential vote
  • Germany expects coronavirus vaccine within months
  • Sister of Malaysian man at Singapore business meeting tests positive for coronavirus
  • Britain unveils 50 pence coin minted to mark Brexit
  • Iran wants to resolve issues with Saudi, UAE quickly: Iranian official
  • Russia quarantines Chinese diplomat as coronavirus precaution: Interfax
  • New Zealand volcano death toll rises to 18 after another person dies in Australian hospital
  • Exclusive: Hackers acting in Turkey's interests believed to be behind recent cyberattacks - sources
  • Governor resigns, police chief sacked after Kazakh clashes
  • EU medicines agency to support coronavirus vaccine, drug development
  • Russia, Turkey agree to observe deal in Syria's Idlib: Ifax cites Russian foreign ministry
  • Australians boarding for evacuation from China as virus deaths mount
  • Russian jets resume bombing of Syria's rebel-held northwest: residents
  • Guatemala's new president takes office under U.S. pressure on asylum
  • Mass shooter killed in northeast Thailand: minister
  • Irish court approves extradition over Vietnamese truck deaths
  • Amid fears U.S. will pull troops from Africa, French minister heads to Washington
  • France deploys radar system in Saudi Arabia to 'reassure' kingdom
  • U.S. pressure on Iran to continue despite lifting sanctions on China's COSCO unit, official says
  • French couple living off-grid wants to leave a trace
  • Two UK coronavirus patients being treated in northern England
  • OAS human rights delegation barred from entering Venezuela
  • Australia receives bushfire reprieve with floods, battens down for cyclone
  • Factbox: Companies feel the heat as bushfires choke Australia
  • Factbox: What we know and don't know about the new coronavirus
  • Police fire water cannons as Beirut protests turn violent
  • Philippine volcano shows signs of calming, but danger remains
  • Regeneron, U.S. health department partner to develop coronavirus treatment
  • UAE says total of seven cases diagnosed with coronavirus, as two more cases detected
  • Bolivia's interim leader Anez asks ministers to resign after announcing election run
  • Nepal confirms first case of new coronavirus
  • Queen Elizabeth's statement on future of Prince Harry and Meghan
  • British aviation industry outlines plans for net-zero emissions by 2050
  • South African court issues arrest warrant for ex-president Zuma in graft trial
  • Philippine volcano shows signs of calming, but danger remains
  • Taiwan vice-president elect to attend high-profile U.S. prayer breakfast
  • France confirms sixth case of infection with coronavirus
  • Russia seizes Japan fishing boat near disputed islands
  • U.S. military recovers remains from Afghanistan plane crash
  • Chinese farmers, supermarkets race to supply food to locked down Wuhan
  • Trump launches coronavirus task force as U.S. readies more Wuhan evacuations
  • Iran foreign minister calls Trump peace plan for Middle East 'delusional': tweet
  • Pope condemns 'barbaric resurgence' of anti-Semitism