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  • Vietnam says two Chinese citizens in Vietnam confirmed to have coronavirus
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  • Successor to slain Iran general faces same fate if he kills Americans: U.S. envoy
  • Favorite for Irish PM calls for bolder EU reforms
  • EU27 give quiet, final nod to Brexit agreement
  • Wife of Lesotho prime minister charged with murder of his previous spouse
  • Japan to quarantine cruise ship on which coronavirus patient sailed
  • French sports minister urges abuse victims to speak up
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  • China virus could hit oil prices by $3/bbl: Goldman
  • Russia: militant attacks come from Turkey's zone in Syria's Idlib
  • China state planner to increase food supplies to coronavirus-hit Hubei province
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  • WHO declares China virus outbreak an international emergency
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  • Cold and humiliated, Syrians displaced yet again by new Assad campaign
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  • China's northern Shandong province says all schools to stay closed until end-February
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  • Storm Sabine disrupts flights and trains in Germany
  • Saudi-Qatar talks to end lengthy Gulf dispute falter: sources
  • Australia battles new bushfire threat as smoke cloaks capital
  • Britain to commit two billion pounds to new Northern Irish government
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  • Turkey has no plans to withdraw troops from posts in Syria's Idlib: source
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  • China's Canton Fair suspends activities due to virus outbreak
  • Israel says it thwarted serious cyber attack on power station
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  • Relatives of massacre victims torn over future in Mexico as most flee
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  • Spain PM Sanchez to meet with Catalan leader Torra first week of February
  • Irish PM to call February national election: president's office
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  • Mexico reports no infections, after one person with new coronavirus visits country
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  • Australian government used public funds to target marginal electorates: auditor
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  • New UK coronavirus case was not contracted in China: PM's spokesman
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