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  • Turkish-backed rebels down Syrian helicopter in Idlib
  • Kuwait suspends flights to and from South Korea, Thailand, Italy over coronavirus fears
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  • U.N. chief welcomes U.S.-Taliban deal, stresses need to sustain reduction in violence
  • Group of 900 Dutch students return from North Italy ski trip
  • Ethiopia asks U.S. to postpone final talks on Blue Nile dam
  • New coronavirus cases in mainland China fall to lowest since January
  • NATO willing to expand Iraqi training mission to meet Trump demand
  • Cambodia PM says country 'will not bow down' a day before EU trade decision
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  • Over 800,000 Syrians, mostly women and children, flee Russian-backed offensive: U.N.
  • Qatar confirms two more cases of coronavirus, taking total to three
  • Coronavirus could be knockout blow for Hong Kong's once-thriving tourism, retail sectors
  • Iraq's Allawi withdraws his candidacy for prime minister post: tweet
  • Australia reopens the door to some Chinese students after coronavirus ban
  • Luxembourg reports first coronavirus case: RTL
  • New coronavirus infections may drop to zero by end-March in Wuhan: Chinese government expert
  • Sixteen people running to become leader of Merkel's party: report
  • Swiss authorities confirm first case of coronavirus
  • Fifth person dies in coronavirus outbreak in northern Italy: official
  • Pompeo to witness signing of U.S.-Taliban deal: Trump
  • China's Xi pledges to minimise impact of virus
  • Thousands march in Spain on women's day despite coronavirus fears
  • UK Supreme Court refuses permission for Dubai ruler to appeal publicity ruling
  • All Raphael's tapestries return to Sistine Chapel after centuries
  • Turkish-backed rebels down Syrian helicopter in Idlib
  • Coronavirus spread 'deeply concerning' but not a pandemic: WHO's Tedros
  • Iran says it will strike U.S. and Israel if they make the 'slightest error'
  • Gunmen kill at least 50 in northern Nigeria state of Kaduna
  • China says Xi will visit Japan at the most appropriate time
  • Secretive church at center of South Korea's explosive coronavirus outbreak
  • Britain sets up team to tackle coronavirus disinformation
  • Two nursing home residents in British Columbia test positive for coronavirus
  • Egypt registers first coronavirus case in an Egyptian national returning from Europe
  • Coronavirus infects 100,000-plus worldwide, 21 cases found on ship off San Francisco
  • Tranquil Thailand's gun culture in spotlight after shooting sprees
  • Fearing coronavirus, Hong Kong's 'coffin home' dwellers stay indoors
  • India summons Turkish envoy over Erdogan's remarks on Kashmir
  • Afghanistan confirms first coronavirus case in province bordering Iran
  • South Korea reports 315 new coronavirus cases, takes total to 2,337 - KCDC
  • Pakistan confirms fifth coronavirus case
  • Morocco reports first coronavirus case: health ministry
  • Toyota plans partial output resumption at all four China plants
  • Carnival-going Germans mock Kramp-Karrenbauer over far-right fiasco
  • Starbucks' CEO says 85% of stores in China are open
  • Amazon defers 'non-essential' moves even in U.S. as corporate travel bans spread
  • Turkey to send more troops to Syria even as Moscow talks continue
  • German carnival crash driver 'seemed so satisfied': eyewitness says
  • Japan's snow town turns into hotbed of coronavirus cases
  • Russia and Turkey failed to reach agreement at Syria talks: Lavrov
  • Blast at Afghan football field kills at least three: provincial governor
  • Hong Kong cruise passengers head to quarantine after third flight from Japan
  • Pakistan confirms first two cases of coronavirus, in travelers from Iran: minister
  • Concern over coronavirus spread as cases jump in South Korea, Italy and Iran
  • Tunisian president to call early poll if government loses vote of confidence
  • South Korea's Moon says situation 'very grave' as mass virus tests get going
  • U.S. reviewing options to assist Turkey after attack in Syria: Pompeo
  • Suspected German gunman posted 'deeply racist' manifesto: prosecutor
  • South Sudan President Kiir appoints former rebel leader vice president
  • Beijing to quarantine travelers from South Korea, Japan, Iran and Italy
  • Samsung offers phone delivery service for test use to ride out coronavirus impact
  • On Ukraine visit, Canada minister presses Iran for access to black boxes from plane crash
  • 'What's the point?' War-weary Syrians see no hope in Putin-Erdogan deal
  • Saudi Arabia asks people arriving from four countries to self-quarantine
  • U.S. asks its military in Saudi Arabia to avoid crowded venues as coronavirus spreads in neighboring countries
  • Swiss investigate report that firm helped CIA break codes
  • South Sudan President Kiir appoints former rebel leader vice president
  • More passengers to leave cruise ship in Cambodia after coronavirus tests
  • First Vatican coronavirus patient attended big conference last week
  • Russia suspends some South Korea flights, Iranian visas over coronavirus
  • France says Mali envoy is spreading fake news over its troops
  • Iraq power vacuum: acting PM steps aside after designated successor quits
  • Late Uzbek leader's daughter asks his successor for clemency
  • Slovenian president pursues quest to find new prime minister
  • White House adviser: Markets have 'gone too far' amid coronavirus
  • U.S. CDC confirms one more coronavirus case among Diamond Princess evacuees
  • Dominican Republic turns away cruise ship over coronavirus fears
  • Crisis drives Lebanese abroad in search of better future
  • Seven killed as passenger vehicle explodes in southeast Colombia
  • Ghani named winner of disputed Afghan poll, rival also claims victory
  • Iraqi prime minister candidate Allawi quits as vacuum looms
  • With mask and hashtags, Ukraine minister fights coronavirus rumors from quarantine
  • Angola to bar entry of citizens from virus-hit countries
  • Turkey's Erdogan says hopes Putin meeting to ease Syria situation
  • Russia to Turkey: We cannot guarantee safety of your planes over Syria - TASS
  • Australia to evacuate more than 200 citizens from cruise ship quarantined at Japan port
  • Australia closes first school after pupil contracts coronavirus
  • Russia accuses Turkey of breaking Syria deals, rejects Erdogan claim
  • Saudi Arabia calls on citizens to declare Iran visits over coronavirus concerns
  • EU foresees 'very hard' talks with UK on future ties, warns on Irish border
  • China asks low-risk coronavirus areas to resume visa, passport services
  • Brexit talks will be tough and short, but deal possible - EU's Barnier
  • China's Hubei, epicentre of coronavirus, extends work suspension to March 11
  • Trump willing to meet leaders of Russia, China, Britain, France on arms control
  • Second coronavirus death confirmed in England
  • One Turkish soldier killed, two wounded in Syria's Idlib: ministry
  • Chinese woman who intruded at Mar-a-Lago sentenced to six months
  • Google employee who was at Zurich office tests positive for coronavirus
  • Japan urges firms to have staff work from home over coronavirus; soccer postponed