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  • Thailand reports two new coronavirus cases bringing total to 37
  • UK government throws open 'special adviser' recruitment to all-comers
  • Several Turkish troops wounded in Idlib by government shelling, Observatory says
  • Now to end 'long suffering': South Sudan's former rebel leader sworn in as first vice president
  • Italy to postpone March 29 referendum on number of lawmakers due to coronavirus: sources
  • Sierra Leone gangster leaves streets for life of poetry
  • North Korea says recent military drills not meant to threaten anyone: KCNA
  • Israel's Netanyahu seeks settlers' votes with annexation pledge
  • Second batch of Diamond Princess passengers arrive in Hong Kong to face further quarantine
  • As Syrian forces advance on Idlib, families fear being trapped at Turkish border
  • China says will help manage Mekong as report warns of dam danger
  • Camels imported to Libya were not stolen, says owner
  • Number of coronavirus infections tops 100,000 globally:tally
  • China reports 397 new confirmed cases of coronavirus on mainland on Feb.21
  • Pompeo says Iran must be held accountable on nuclear commitments
  • Alstom executive investigated over Italian train crash
  • Hospital director dies in China's Wuhan, epicenter of coronavirus outbreak
  • Malaysia's king appoints Muhyiddin Yassin as prime minister
  • Former UK finance minister Javid says he could not accept Johnson's demands
  • Nordic airline SAS cans ad after online hate campaign
  • Hezbollah says it opposes IMF management of Lebanon crisis
  • Japan's Kobe confirms coronavirus case in woman in her 40s
  • Smartphone maker Xiaomi sees first-quarter coronavirus hit, recovery after
  • Pfizer identified some antiviral compounds with potential as coronavirus treatments
  • Swiss anti-viral ban on large events hits Geneva car show head-on
  • No rush on bill to allow mining on Brazilian indigenous lands, speaker says
  • Belgian carnival defies calls to cancel parade with Jewish caricatures
  • Turkey tells Russia that Syrian forces in rebel bastion must pull back
  • South Korean airlines halt flights to Daegu, city with most virus cases
  • In Fukushima, Olympic torch relay faces cool welcome from nuclear evacuees
  • South Korea declares new 'special care zone' as coronavirus spreads
  • Russia extends detention of ex-U.S. marine over alleged assault
  • Fourth passenger from cruise ship dies in Japan - NHK
  • South Africa's Tshwane municipality placed under administration
  • Spanish pilot killed in military jet crash into sea
  • Factbox: German far-right attacks in recent years
  • China reports 105 new deaths from coronavirus on mainland on Feb. 16
  • Lufthansa to cut flight capacity due to coronavirus spread
  • U.N. Security Council to meet Friday on Syria: diplomats
  • Rockets hit U.S. coalition base in Baghdad, no casualties
  • 'The world is on fire,' Greta Thunberg tells UK climate rally
  • Lebanon government forms committee to study Eurobond issue: local television
  • Hong Kong protesters rally against planned virus quarantine centers
  • Heathrow CEO says it can overcome court ruling against expansion
  • Polish opposition presidential candidate promises to rebuild ties with EU
  • Australia to bar foreigners traveling from Iran due to coronavirus risk: minister
  • Costa Rica seizes five tons of cocaine bound for Holland in largest ever drug bust
  • Sudan stumbles through transition without fresh donor help
  • France says Turkey using migrants to pressure EU is unacceptable
  • One Russian on cruise ship confirmed to have coronavirus: embassy
  • Chanel and Prada postpone shows in Asia owing to coronavirus
  • Eastern Libya forces say 16 Turkish soldiers killed in fighting
  • Xinhua protests U.S. move to cut number of its U.S.-based journalists: report
  • Dubai court rules against superyacht freeze order in divorce battle
  • Air China cancels flights to Greece up to March 18
  • Kuwait suspends flights to and from South Korea, Thailand, Italy over coronavirus fears
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail leader says cannot rule out second election
  • Chile changing: transgender student leader lends voice to renewed protests
  • Seventh Italian dies from coronavirus in Europe's worst flare-up
  • Turkey, Russia discussing joint-patrols option in Syria's Idlib: Turkish official
  • Fuel shortages put squeeze on Sudan's transitional government
  • Kim Jong Un makes first public appearance in 22 days amid virus outbreak
  • Macron picks minister to lead Paris mayor battle after sexting scandal
  • China threatens stability in the Pacific: U.S. commander
  • Chinese cities seek blood donations as coronavirus crimps supplies: China Daily
  • Europe, United States criticize Georgia over opposition leader's jailing
  • Explainer: How long can coronavirus survive on surfaces?
  • Embalo sworn in as Guinea-Bissau president, election remains in dispute
  • Osaka city to close kindergartens, elementary, junior high schools - Kyodo
  • China city offers $1,400 reward for virus patients who report to authorities
  • Vatican police make new raid in investigation of London property deal
  • Colombia's Duque questions U.N. report on activist killings, human rights
  • 'There will be dad and mum': Putin rules out Russia legalizing gay marriage
  • Malaysia's Muhyiddin sworn in as PM, succeeding Mahathir
  • Tajikistan shuts border to nationals of 35 countries: sources
  • Former European leaders say Trump's Middle East peace plan akin to apartheid
  • One Turkish soldier killed and nine wounded in Syria's Idlib: ministry
  • Canada tells travelers from Iran to isolate over coronavirus
  • 'Too early; to speak of pandemic, WHO says virus can be contained
  • Zambian police arrest 16 suspects after chemical attacks
  • China appoints new deputy party secretary in Shanghai
  • France reports two more coronavirus deaths, taking total to nine
  • Dutch police: letter bomb at Unisys office disarmed, nobody hurt
  • Germany tightens carnival security after driver with 'dead' expression injures 61
  • Ethiopia passes law imposing jail terms for internet posts that stir unrest
  • Suspected gunman in Germany expressed right-wing views in letter: Bild
  • Coronavirus forces IMF, World Bank switch to virtual Spring Meetings
  • UK government has not talked to China about building HS2 rail project: minister
  • Indigenous leader killed in Costa Rica, second in a year
  • Explainer: Coronavirus reappears in discharged patients, raising questions in containment fight
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Syria talks with Russia unsatisfactory, offensive 'matter of time'
  • Pakistan jails Islamist accused of Mumbai attacks for terrorism financing
  • Officials can't rule out German carnival crash was an attack: Welt
  • U.S. Supreme Court open to more damages against Sudan over embassy bombings
  • Turkey won't be silent as Syrian government surrounds Turkish posts: Erdogan
  • No dialogue for now as Saudis, Iranians camp on positions
  • China doctors seek tougher discharge criteria after positive coronavirus tests
  • Nepal evacuates 175 citizens, mostly students, from Wuhan after coronavirus outbreak
  • Slovak anti-corruption opposition parties score emphatic election win
  • Japan coronavirus cases hit 1,000 mark as Tokyo insists Olympics on track