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  • Malaysia's parliament to decide next PM: Mahathir
  • Pompeo blasts corruption, promotes U.S. business in Africa trip
  • NATO to expand Iraq training mission in response to Trump
  • In Canada, doctors broadened coronavirus testing, and made an unlikely save
  • First Italian dies of coronavirus as outbreak flares in north
  • Fear, distrust and disinfectant in the air amid Iran's coronavirus outbreak
  • Russian artist under investigation over French sexting row
  • China issues measures to support manufacturers, businesses hit by coronavirus
  • Another death from coronavirus in Japan, in-hospital infection suspected
  • Turkish court acquits novelist accused of Kurdish militant ties
  • Germany's minorities call for action after shisha bar shootings
  • Factbox: Airlines suspend China flights due to coronavirus outbreak
  • UK PM Johnson says looking forward to meeting Trump in June
  • New Zealand police find body of missing British hiker
  • Canada to hold talks with indigenous group in bid to end blockades
  • China’s Hubei to add virus cases back to tally after methodology change
  • UAE suspends all flights with Iran over coronavirus outbreak
  • Pope to Catholics: For Lent, give up trolling
  • Wild card Roettgen enters race to take over Merkel's party
  • Shelling stops flights at Tripoli's Mitiga airport - statement
  • Thousands wait for hospital beds in South Korea as coronavirus cases surge
  • Spain orders detention of ex-head of Mexico oil firm pending extradition request
  • Explainer: Malaysia's political maneuvering after PM Mahathir quits
  • Saudi Arabia closes Riyadh boulevard, winter wonderland over coronavirus fears
  • Official says China's Hubei province will continue with strict measures to curb coronavirus
  • Iraq bans border crossings by Iranians amid coronavirus fears
  • LATAM Airlines cancels Sao Paulo-Milan flights due to coronavirus
  • Afghan government agrees to postpone Ghani inauguration: U.S.
  • Egypt pursues criminal investigation into Egyptian academic studying in Italy
  • Australia ramps up epidemic preparation as third man dies of coronavirus
  • EU extends arms embargo against Belarus, travel ban on four individuals
  • Upholding celibacy, Pope sidesteps bid to ordain some married men
  • Pakistan confirms first two cases of coronavirus, in travelers from Iran: minister
  • Brexit talks will be tough and short, but deal possible - EU's Barnier
  • Driver of car that crashed into carnival is injured: prosecutors to media
  • El Salvador bans visitors from Germany, France over coronavirus
  • New Zealand police deploy search teams for missing British hiker
  • Algerian leader to go to Saudi Arabia in first state visit since election
  • Afghan president's rival threatens parallel inauguration after disputed election
  • Mali troops return to key northern city after six-year absence
  • Tibetan language learning eroded under China's 'bilingual education': rights group
  • Taliban rule out taking part in Afghan talks until prisoners freed
  • Japan's Hokkaido prefecture declares state of emergency over coronavirus
  • Bahrain extends suspension of flights to and from Dubai international airport
  • Spain approves extradition of Venezuela's ex-spy chief to the United States
  • Swiss coronavirus cases rise to nine as children placed in precautionary quarantine
  • Libya reopens Tripoli's Mitiga airport after hours of closure
  • South Korean airlines halt flights to Daegu, city with most virus cases
  • Malaysia palace says king not confident of majority support for any lawmaker to be PM
  • To fight coronavirus, disinfectant tunnel in China sprays industrial workers
  • U.S. charges five with conspiring to violate oil sanctions on Iran
  • Pope Francis picks Savannah bishop to lead Atlanta archdiocese
  • French regulator says pesticides a priority in curbing new plant diseases
  • Turkey looking to re-open northern Cyprus ghost town after 46 years
  • Air China cancels flights to Greece up to March 18
  • Malaysian parties call for election, reject unity coalition
  • Islamic State claims responsibility for Kabul attack that killed 27: AMAQ
  • Taiwan raises epidemic response level, halts pilgrimage on virus concerns
  • Putin and Erdogan discuss conflict in Syria's Idlib province
  • China's Hubei province revises February 19 new cases tally to 775, from 349 previously
  • Uganda jails filmmaker doing documentary on opposition hopeful
  • Iraq cancels Friday prayer in Shi'ite holy city of Kerbala over coronavirus - statement
  • Shanghai says students won't return to school now, online learning to start March 2
  • Bulgaria sees no jump in migrant inflows after Turkey move, tightens border controls
  • Japan reports first case of coronavirus in Oita prefecture - Kyodo
  • Turkey, Russia face off in Syria as fighting escalates, plane shot down
  • Germany reports 44 new confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany
  • Netanyahu to claim election 'victory' on exit polls: party
  • Indigenous community opposing Canada pipeline launches legal challenge
  • Coronavirus outbreak grows in northern Italy, 16 cases reported in one day
  • As India coronavirus cases spike, experts daunted by prospect of South Asia spread
  • Algeria confirms three new coronavirus cases
  • Malaysia's Muhyiddin sworn in as PM, succeeding Mahathir
  • Guyana votes for leader to manage early years of oil boom
  • In fire-hit rural Australia, climate debate burns deep
  • Convicted criminals are among the special police terrorizing Venezuela
  • Iran to use phone checks for coronavirus, school closure extended
  • Explainer: What's next in Thai politics after opposition party banned?
  • Palestinians declare state of emergency over coronavirus: prime minister
  • 'Don't forget their names': Women in Mexico sing anthem protesting femicides
  • Coronavirus has spread to nearly all Iran provinces: president
  • South Korea's Asiana Airlines asks cabin crews to take unpaid leaves amid China flight reduction
  • Family of top Egyptian militant says it has not been notified of his execution: lawyer
  • Iranian hackers targeted Western universities: report
  • Sudan's Bashir may face war crimes reckoning
  • Hong Kong protesters rally against planned virus quarantine centers
  • China plans $14.2 billion maglev railway in Yunnan: state media
  • Lebanon's banking association calls for paying March Eurobond on time
  • Russia calls reports of Syrians fleeing Idlib en masse for Turkey false
  • Sinn Fein path to power blocked as Fianna Fail rules out deal
  • Russian court fines Facebook $63,000 over data law breach: RIA
  • New coronavirus is 'preventable and treatable': China health official
  • Trump hails Afghanistan deal, plans to meet Taliban leaders soon
  • Hong Kong cruise passengers head to quarantine after third flight from Japan
  • Pakistan court gives green light to women's march - with conditions
  • Saudi Arabia detains senior royals for alleged coup plot, including king's brother: sources
  • Ex-UK finance minister Javid aims parting shot at PM Johnson
  • More than 500 migrants have reached Greek islands: police source
  • Kyrgyz police use tear gas, water cannon to disperse protest
  • Third person dies in coronavirus outbreak in northern Italy: official