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  • Saudi Arabia detains senior royals for alleged coup plot, including king's brother: sources
  • China says new coronavirus cases drop to 409 on February 23 but deaths jump to 150
  • No 'smoking gun' in wartime archives of Pius XII on Holocaust, Vatican says
  • Trump lands in western Indian city for start of two-day visit
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  • Berlin to limit sensitive military tenders to German firms
  • Turkish delegation to visit Moscow to discuss Syria's Idlib: TASS
  • Polish opposition presidential candidate promises to rebuild ties with EU
  • Myanmar turns away cruise ship over coronavirus fears
  • Rise in coronavirus infections prompts Japan to limit public crowds
  • Japan government says another two officials infected with coronavirus, confirms two deaths
  • Iran says FATF decision 'political', will not impact its foreign trade
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  • Romania president launches new consultations to form government
  • Venezuela holds military exercises as Maduro attempts to show force
  • Japan plans to order two-week quarantine for all Chinese, South Korean visitors - Yomiuri
  • Turkey says will not stop Syrian refugees reaching Europe after troops killed
  • Chinese family members allowed on latest virus evacuation flight to South Korea
  • China repeats call for dialogue after North Korea missile launch
  • Recovered coronavirus patients found not to be infectious - official
  • Putin begins talks with Erdogan on Syria with condolences for dead Turkish soldiers
  • Japan confirms new coronavirus infection in Tokyo: Kyodo
  • Motive of German driver in 'terrible' carnival incident still unclear: minister
  • Chile changing: transgender student leader lends voice to renewed protests
  • As Syrian forces advance on Idlib, families fear being trapped at Turkish border
  • 'Bureaucrats were in charge': Japanese doctor blasts ship quarantine
  • Mexican authorities discover 24 bodies in western state hit by drug-fueled violence
  • Lebanon confirms first case of coronavirus, two more suspected
  • 'Historic' U.S.-Taliban pact to be signed soon, says Taliban leader
  • South Korea declares new 'special care zone' as coronavirus spreads
  • Ex-UK finance minister Javid aims parting shot at PM Johnson
  • Pope, blaming a cold, skips Lent retreat for first time in his papacy
  • Princess Haya: I feared Dubai ruler would abduct my kids
  • Canadian National Railway starts calling back employees laid off during rail blockade
  • France reports two new coronavirus infections, one returning from Italy
  • Nagoya Women's Marathon restricted to elite runners over coronavirus
  • Robot with coronavirus advice hits Times Square
  • Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected
  • U.S. CDC confirms 59 coronavirus cases, including repatriated citizens
  • Samsung Electronics confirms coronavirus case at phone factory complex in South Korea
  • Russian military source denies Syrian rebels took town of Saraqeb - news agencies
  • Turkish police use tear gas in Istanbul to disperse Women's Day crowd
  • Gatherings banned, travel restricted as coronavirus cases grow worldwide
  • Libya shifts flights from Tripoli to Misrata amid heavier bombing
  • China coronavirus outbreak has not yet peaked -politburo
  • WHO says man with coronavirus in Egypt is recovering, no longer a carrier
  • Qatar imposes temporary entrance restriction on visitors from Egypt
  • Chinese family members allowed on latest virus evacuation flight to South Korea
  • Palestinian PM threatens legal action against firms in U.N. settlements report
  • Factbox: Malaysian parties by the numbers amid political turmoil
  • Indonesia confirms first cases of coronavirus, link to Japanese visitor
  • Italy considers creating new coronavirus red-zone as cases rise: official
  • Nigerian police free children, pregnant teens from 'baby factory'
  • Ratings of South Korea's Moon take a hit from virus outbreak
  • New coronavirus is 'preventable and treatable': China health official
  • East Timor PM resigns after political coalition collapses
  • Child dies, 1,000 migrants reach Greek islands from Turkey
  • 'Animals live for man': China's appetite for wildlife likely to survive virus
  • Merkel calls for safety zones in northern Syria: sources
  • England to register COVID-19 as 'notifiable disease': BBC
  • Total coronavirus cases in UK rise to 115
  • Iran reports 22 deaths from coronavirus; 141 infected - IRNA
  • Six workers found trapped in illegal underground tobacco factory in Spain
  • Assange's fate hangs in balance as UK court considers U.S. extradition bid
  • Maldives confirms first two coronavirus cases; two resort islands locked down
  • North Korea slams European nations for 'illogical thinking' over missile launches
  • Shelling wounds at least 19 children in Myanmar’s Rakhine: authorities
  • Japan coordinating with U.S. on departure of Americans from ship
  • Two Illinois coronavirus patients recovered and returned home: governor
  • Poll shows Northern Ireland majority against united Ireland
  • U.S. begins first coronavirus clinical trial testing Gilead's experimental drug
  • At least six Indonesian students killed when swept away by river tides
  • Egypt confirms first coronavirus case, says affected person is a foreigner
  • LG Display suspends work at South Korea factory over virus infection
  • U.S. to keep working with Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan on Blue Nile dam
  • 'Never been this happy'- passengers from virus-hit cruise ship arrive home in Taiwan
  • China repeats call for dialogue after North Korea missile launch
  • Yemen's Houthis down a tornado warplane belonging to 'enemy forces': Al Masirah TV
  • Coronavirus kills 12 in Iran, 61 infected: health ministry
  • Kuwait suspends flights to and from Iraq over coronavirus fears: KUNA
  • Uzbekistan Airways halts flights to Seoul over coronavirus fears
  • Turkey won't be silent as Syrian government surrounds Turkish posts: Erdogan
  • U.S. renews pressure on China to join nuclear talks
  • Government troops seizes highway in northwest Syria as Turkey-Russia talks end inconclusively
  • Samsung offers phone delivery service for test use to ride out coronavirus impact
  • With cries of 'it's fake', Wuhan citizens voice discontent
  • Canada to evacuate citizens from virus-hit cruise ship Thursday
  • Case of coronavirus diagnosed in French city of Nice - local mayor
  • Recession, record violence hit support for Mexico president: poll
  • Singapore mega-church takes services online after virus cases jump
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  • Japan's Hokkaido reports three more coronavirus infections
  • Germany not considering closing borders due to coronavirus at moment: spokesman
  • Russia says U.S. using weapons in space an irreversible blow to security: RIA
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