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  • Haiti orphanage fire kills 15, renews debate over unlicensed orphanages
  • Nicaraguan poet and priest who criticized president dies at 95
  • Schwab tells employees to self-quarantine after visiting China, South Korea
  • Saudi Arabia postpones Saudi Games over coronavirus fears: Al-Arabiya
  • Bangladesh rethinks plan to move Rohingya refugees to island: minister
  • New coronavirus cases fall in China, but WHO concerned by global spread
  • Taliban resumes attacks on Afghan forces, five policemen die
  • For Afghan actor, now a refugee, survival is toughest role
  • Death squad disrupters: Filipina patrols help keep drug killings at bay
  • Macron's candidate for Paris mayor quits over sexting row
  • 'We do not accept time pressure' in UK talks, says French Europe minister
  • Four Chinese provinces lower coronavirus emergency response level
  • Here come the brides in Northern Ireland's first same-sex marriage
  • China's Hubei province reports 139 new coronavirus deaths on Feb. 14
  • Turkey says EU statement shows bloc using migrants as political tools
  • Lithuania confirms first coronavirus infection
  • Cyprus to shut checkpoints for first time since 2003 over coronavirus
  • Hong Kong says around 3,000 residents in Hubei have contacted government for help
  • Engineer given six years in prison over Latvian supermarket collapse
  • Three AngloGold Ashanti miners dead after rockfall at Mponeng mine
  • U.S. imposes new rules on state-owned Chinese media over propaganda concerns
  • China’s Hubei to add virus cases back to tally after methodology change
  • Spain approves extradition of Venezuela's ex-spy chief to the United States
  • European diplomats check India's loosening of Kashmir clampdown
  • Ford limiting company travel; two employees in China have coronavirus
  • Cruise operator Carnival sees hit to earnings from coronavirus fallout
  • China's defense ministry asks U.S. to rescind Equifax hacking indictments
  • German police confirm eight dead in shootings near Frankfurt
  • Rival eastern Libya-based parliament suspends participation in Geneva peace talks
  • Family furor over Singapore founder's will deepens after tribunal ruling
  • Factbox: How we die: coronavirus in perspective
  • EU ministers to discuss coronavirus as concerns mount in Europe
  • Guinea delays disputed referendum that could extend veteran Conde's rule
  • Airstrike in Syria's Idlib killed 22 Turkish soldiers: Hatay governor
  • Australian toilet paper truck catches fire sparking new tissue tizzy
  • Coronavirus risk at very high global level, says WHO's Tedros
  • U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo arrives in Doha for signing of pact with Taliban
  • Turkey's green light for migrants alienates European allies
  • Child drowns at sea off Greece in first fatality after Turkey opens border
  • After Malaysia's political turmoil, questions over trials in 1MDB scandal
  • Moscow says Russian official detained in Spain after U.S. request
  • Cruise operator Carnival sees hit to earnings from coronavirus fallout
  • China coronavirus outbreak has not yet peaked -politburo
  • Erdogan says military posts in Syria's Idlib will stand after ceasefire
  • Slovenia president names center-right Janez Jansa as PM candidate
  • Trump lands in western Indian city for start of two-day visit
  • Defectors from North Korea run in South's elections to battle flawed policies
  • Is he Britain's Thomas Cromwell? Dominic Cummings chuckles
  • Trump says coronavirus risk in U.S. is low; CDC confirms first case of unknown origin
  • Turkey deploys 1,000 police at Greek border to stem push-back of migrants
  • France's Macron says 'intolerable' rights violations taking place in Cameroon
  • Russia and Ukraine plan next prisoner swap in March: Kiev
  • Turkey, Russia discussing use of Syrian air space in Idlib: minister
  • Rouhani says Iran will never yield to U.S. pressure for talks
  • Thai villagers turn to court in protest over Mekong dam in Laos
  • South Korea reports 219 new coronavirus cases, total at 3,150
  • Thailand records first coronavirus death: health official
  • Iraq fails to form new government, prolonging crisis
  • France will not indiscriminately sign a post-Brexit deal on December 31 - minister
  • Canada to stop providing security for Harry and Meghan
  • Former European leaders say Trump's Middle East peace plan akin to apartheid
  • U.N. Security Council to meet Friday on Syria: diplomats
  • Hungary to boost border protection after PM Orban, Erdogan discuss migration
  • Libya government, Haftar's forces dim hopes of salvaging U.N. ceasefire talks
  • Australia closes first school after pupil contracts coronavirus
  • Jailed British-Iranian Zaghari-Ratcliffe in good health, Tehran says
  • Guinea-Bissau crisis deepens with two rival presidents and prime ministers
  • Nine homeless drug users shot dead in Afghan capital: police
  • Two more arrested over Vietnamese truck deaths, UK police say
  • Morocco may postpone sports, cultural events over coronavirus
  • Pompeo to attend signing of U.S.-Taliban troop withdrawal pact
  • Saudi Arabia temporarily suspends entry of GCC citizens to Mecca and Medina: foreign ministry
  • India summons Turkish envoy over Erdogan's remarks on Kashmir
  • For special-needs kids, New Jersey rabbi offers chance of a 'LifeTown'
  • Iran to use phone checks for coronavirus, school closure extended
  • Pakistan confirms first two cases of coronavirus, in travelers from Iran: minister
  • Merkel's crisis-hit CDU sets April 25 congress to pick new leader
  • WHO chief says coronavirus still an emergency for China
  • Algerian leader to go to Saudi Arabia in first state visit since election
  • Spanish carnival troupe apologizes over Holocaust-themed parade
  • North Korea projectiles flew 240 km, reached 35 km in altitude - South Korea military
  • China reports 105 new deaths from coronavirus on mainland on Feb. 16
  • Factbox: Italy's draconian new measures to tackle coronavirus contagion
  • Polish opposition presidential candidate promises to rebuild ties with EU
  • Tripoli government suspends Libya talks after Haftar attacks Tripoli port
  • Russia conducts first ship-based hypersonic missile test: TASS
  • Cambodia says no passengers on castaway cruise ship have coronavirus
  • Turkey, Russia face off in Syria as fighting escalates, plane shot down
  • Trump administration taking $3.8 billion more from military for Mexico border wall
  • U.N. asks world to fight virus-spawned discrimination
  • Iran's 'cup of poison'? Hardline win may point to eventual U.S. talks
  • For special-needs kids, New Jersey rabbi offers chance of a 'LifeTown'
  • JetBlue waives cancellation fees till March 11 on coronavirus concerns
  • Romania's president asks finance minister Citu to form government
  • U.S. condemns detention of Venezuela opposition leader Guaido's uncle
  • EU Council head urges Turkey to respect EU migrant deal
  • Greek PM says migrant crisis has become asymmetrical threat
  • U.S. spy agencies monitor coronavirus spread, concerns about India: sources
  • Twelve coronavirus cases on Egypt cruise ship are all asymptomatic: WHO, health ministry
  • Flare-up in fighting in northwest Syria pulls in Russian, Turkish forces