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  • Russia bars entry of Chinese citizens amid coronavirus threat
  • British politicians covered up child sex abuse for decades, inquiry finds
  • South Korea's Moon says situation 'very grave' as mass virus tests get going
  • EU may waive state-subsidy rules to bolster virus-hit economy
  • Turkish minister says U.S. may send Patriot systems to Turkey to use in Syria's Idlib
  • Mubarak, the 'Pharaoh' toppled by the Arab Spring, dies at 91
  • Virus spreads on cruise ship in Japan, U.S. passengers flying home
  • U.N. chief: Killing of Turkish troops one of 'most alarming moments' of Syria war
  • Romania president launches new consultations to form government
  • Saudi Arabia says it intercepts Yemen missiles ahead of G20 meeting
  • Costa Rica seizes five tons of cocaine bound for Holland in largest ever drug bust
  • Factbox: Global efforts to develop vaccines, drugs to fight the coronavirus
  • Vietnam police charge seven over Britain truck deaths
  • Japan reports new coronavirus infection in Yokohama - Kyodo
  • Libya reopens Tripoli's Mitiga airport after hours of closure
  • Italy to postpone March 29 referendum on number of lawmakers due to coronavirus: sources
  • London policeman arrested for suspected right-wing terrorism links
  • Mali troops return to key northern city after six-year absence
  • Brazil lawmakers urge Congress to shelve indigenous mining bill
  • Shelling stops flights at Tripoli's Mitiga airport - statement
  • Exclusive: U.N. nuclear watchdog plans alert on Iranian stonewalling - diplomats
  • Seven killed as passenger vehicle explodes in southeast Colombia
  • Italy's lockdown: just rockin' the quarantine away
  • UK launches large-scale public advice campaign on coronavirus
  • Nine Turkish soldiers killed in air strike in Syria's Idlib: governor
  • Indonesia confirms two more coronavirus cases, total six
  • France bans gatherings of more than 5,000 due to coronavirus
  • EU extends arms embargo against Belarus, travel ban on four individuals
  • Diamond Princess passengers begin disembarking in Japan: NHK
  • Erdogan to discuss migrant crisis with EU, urges Greece to 'open your gates'
  • Gridlock in Athens as transport staff strike over pension reforms
  • Coronavirus pandemic likely, Australia's prime minister says
  • Malaysian police arrest man for insulting king, investigate three others
  • Chinese cities seek blood donations as coronavirus crimps supplies: China Daily
  • Palestinian PM threatens legal action against firms in U.N. settlements report
  • Turkey says its guarantees in Libya depend on durable ceasefire
  • German minister moots sanctions on Russia over Syria
  • Turkish police briefly detain Russia's Sputnik Turkiye editor-in-chief
  • Libya's internationally recognized government suspends ceasefire talks in Geneva
  • Peace eludes parts of Colombia as humanitarian situation worsens: ICRC
  • Saudi Arabia postpones Saudi Games over coronavirus fears: Al-Arabiya
  • Twitter, Facebook suspend accounts linked to Indonesian army's Papua campaign
  • Malaysian Belt and Road project tells some staff to work from home in China's Wuhan
  • Lebanon confirms three new cases of coronavirus, bringing total to seven: NNA
  • Mexico confirms three coronavirus cases in three men returned from Italy
  • U.S. Congress offices advised to set coronavirus contingency operations
  • U.N. should try for Idlib no-fly zone after Russia-Turkey ceasefire, Netherlands says
  • Oman suspends Italian tourism flights to its Salala airport
  • Protester killed in Guyana as unrest spreads over vote fraud reports
  • Australia to evacuate more than 200 citizens from cruise ship quarantined at Japan port
  • Gunmen kill TV journalist in Somalia, say?police
  • Flights canceled amid flood alerts as second storm in week hits Britain
  • EU lists Cayman Islands, Panama as tax havens, spares Turkey
  • Dying a desperate death: A Wuhan family's coronavirus ordeal
  • Pence says virus poses low-level threat in U.S., working with Congress on spending bill
  • Maldives confirms first two coronavirus cases; two resort islands locked down
  • Mayor in virus-hit South Korean city says outbreak may be slowing
  • Church at center of South Korea coronavirus outbreak sits silent as infections surge
  • Explainer: Coronavirus reappears in discharged patients, raising questions in containment fight
  • South Korea confirms first death of person infected with coronavirus
  • Russia accuses Turkey of breaking Syria deals, rejects Erdogan claim
  • Turkish defense ministry says two soldiers died in Syria's Idlib
  • Twitter, Facebook suspend accounts linked to Indonesian army's Papua campaign
  • Finland's foreign minister faces probe over Syria repatriations
  • EU's Varhelyi: accession talks with two Balkan states could open in weeks
  • 'Evolving like Pokemon', Hong Kong women step up to protest frontlines
  • Beijing quarantines returning residents as China struggles to pick up economy
  • Japanese data on cruise ship coronavirus infections backs quarantine strategy
  • Bhutan bars tourists after first coronavirus case, India total hits 31
  • Kenyan police killings in poor Nairobi districts continue: rights group
  • Saudi Arabia limits arrivals from UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain to airports over coronavirus: SPA
  • South Korea says to suspend visa waivers, existing visas for Japan: foreign ministry
  • China's Hubei province sees surge in coronavirus deaths on switch to new methodology
  • Fear, distrust and disinfectant in the air amid Iran's coronavirus outbreak
  • EU orders quarantine for staff who traveled to northern Italy
  • U.S. asks its military in Saudi Arabia to avoid crowded venues as coronavirus spreads in neighboring countries
  • Coronavirus spreads in China prisons, Korean church as fears weigh on global markets
  • Senior figure in Somalia's al Shabaab killed in air strike: state media
  • Turkish defense ministry says two soldiers killed in air strikes in Syria's Idlib
  • EU health ministers to hold extraordinary virus talks next week
  • EU should offer UK 'equivalence' on financial services: UK's Javid
  • Talking about life after the divorce: EU and Britain set for new talks
  • Israeli chief rabbi curbs a Jewish tradition over coronavirus fears
  • Russia reports six new cases of coronavirus - Ifax
  • Kyrgyz police use tear gas, water cannon to disperse protest
  • Angola to bar entry of citizens from virus-hit countries
  • China will ease restrictions in Wuhan and Hubei when situation improves
  • Factbox: Africa's longest-ruling leaders
  • Malaysia says American coronavirus case now tests negative for virus
  • Kenya pledges 'valley of peace' legacy as veteran leader Moi buried
  • Algerian protesters mark year of protests and demand more reforms
  • Dutch police say motive for letter bombs was extortion: ANP News
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro militarizes his inner Cabinet
  • Trump says U.S. keen to boost defense equipment sales to India
  • UK says number of coronavirus cases has risen to 20
  • Afghan political rivals issue parallel invites for inauguration ceremonies
  • Frenchman dead from coronavirus had not been to infected area
  • Syrian army clears barricades on Damascus-Aleppo highway-state media
  • Syrian state TV says Israeli helicopters launch missiles at Syrian military points
  • Rains mock drought-stricken Australian town as climate risks hit home