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  • Libya's neighbors meet in Algeria seeking stronger truce
  • Iranian official dismisses Trump peace plan as one-sided 'imposition'
  • Brazil's indigenous to sue Bolsonaro for saying they're 'evolving'
  • Russia says alarmed by U.S. deployment of low-yield nuclear missiles
  • French PM says transport strikes against pension reform will go nowhere
  • Germany plans to evacuate citizens from Wuhan: Der Spiegel
  • France says Britain and EU must have common rules to protect single market
  • Erdogan says Turkey may launch Syria offensive if Idlib attacks continue
  • Coca eradication best way to fight violence in Colombia, Duque says
  • King Salman reassures Saudi Arabia's commitment to the Palestinian issue
  • Amazon withdraws from Barcelona's Mobile World Congress tech conference over coronavirus: El Mundo
  • Mongolia closes border to China until March 2 to stop virus
  • CDC raises Wuhan travel alert as coronavirus outbreak escalates
  • Uganda 'studying' opening embassy in Jerusalem, Museveni tells Netanyahu
  • U.S. sanctions Iranian commander over Mahshahr killings
  • G7 countries seeking unified approach to coronavirus: Germany's Spahn
  • EU executive 'very concerned' with developments in Polish courts
  • UK's Johnson: I need to lose weight but becoming vegan would cheese me off
  • Thirty-nine killed in militant attack on Burkina Faso village
  • At least 20 people killed in stampede at church service in Tanzania
  • Harvey Weinstein jury selection: bias, big data and 'likes'
  • More British nationals return to Europe from China: UK foreign minister Raab
  • Trump says will release Middle East peace plan by Tuesday
  • Myanmar turns back China Southern flight over coronavirus fears: government spokesman
  • Uganda 'studying' opening embassy in Jerusalem, Museveni tells Netanyahu
  • Romanian lawmakers topple centrist cabinet, weeks of political jostling ahead
  • Top Hungarian lawyer accuses PM Orban of harming rule of law
  • Australia's capital lifts state of emergency as fire threat subsides
  • Panama probes suspected killing of seven by religious sect
  • U.S.-Israeli woman jailed in Russia seeks pardon: Interfax
  • Chinese movies scrap Lunar New Year premieres due to virus outbreak
  • Trump to meet with Netanyahu and Gantz as he readies Mideast peace plan
  • Chinese Premier Li visits Wuhan, epicenter of virus outbreak
  • Australian prime minister to feel the political heat as parliament resumes
  • Violence erupts again in Santiago after soccer fan run over by police
  • Tunisia's designated PM vows to tackle economic, social ills
  • WHO probes Singapore meet linked to spread of virus
  • China says will punish officials who slack off in fighting virus
  • Gunman fires at Indian protesters after threatening 'final journey' live on Facebook
  • Russian Railways expects coronavirus outbreak to impact freight traffic to Europe
  • Iran's judiciary brands UK ambassador 'undesirable': state media
  • Saudi Arabia blocks Iran from Islamic grouping's meeting: Tehran
  • Oman's new sultan faces 'balancing act' as credit crunch looms
  • High-speed train derails in northern Italy, two drivers die
  • China says rights groups that issued critical reports are biased
  • Countries evacuating nationals from China coronavirus areas
  • Spanish authorities confirm Briton is country's second coronavirus case
  • Russia extends house arrest of U.S. investor Calvey until May 13
  • Afghanistan's Ariana airline boss denies reports one of its planes crashed
  • Ethiopian PM Abiy expects parliamentary election in May or June
  • U.N. official blames politicians for 'dangerous chaos' in Lebanon
  • New Zealand to charter flight to Wuhan to help citizens leave
  • Police shoot man dead in London after stabbing described as terrorism
  • Lebanon PM Diab: new government is 'a rescue team'
  • Mounties, maple syrup, and... Meghan and Harry? Royal move could boost Canada brand
  • Syrian government forces recapture 600 square km of territory in Idlib campaign
  • Turkey, Russia can tackle Syria escalation 'without anger': Erdogan
  • Pope asks Catholics to say 'Never Again' to the Holocaust
  • U.S. expects U.N. sanctions on Iran to 'snap back into place': Treasury Secretary
  • Gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai attacked, imports from Israel unaffected
  • International crisis looms as 700,000 flee Syria's Idlib: U.S. envoy
  • China's New Year TV show pays tearful tribute to virus fighters, urges victory
  • Hours of forewarning saved U.S., Iraqi lives from Iran's missile attack
  • Turkey orders 176 soldiers detained over ties to cleric: Anadolu
  • Israel's Gantz praises Trump peace plan, will work to implement it after election
  • Germany plans evacuation flight from Wuhan area in coming days
  • Countries evacuating nationals from China coronavirus areas
  • Factbox: Companies feel impact of coronavirus outbreak in China
  • Cuba wants nine years in prison for leading dissident Ferrer
  • Malta police chief quits after criticism over journalist's murder
  • Serbia introduces airport screening for new coronavirus
  • Unwanted no more: adoption offers pour in for baby found in Singapore bin
  • China says virus ability to spread getting stronger
  • Brussels warns against 'veiled discrimination' of EU citizens after Brexit
  • Work to start on three possible China virus vaccines: epidemic response group
  • GSMA presses on with telecoms gathering despite second pullout
  • 'Hostage justice'? Japan fights back with an internet FAQ
  • Bolivia exiled ex-president Morales retracts call for 'armed militias'
  • OPEC aims to extend oil output cuts through June, alarmed by China virus
  • Coronavirus to hit Canadian oil sector as energy project hangs in balance
  • Bottles for blessings: Thai Buddhist temple recycles plastics into robes
  • Too old for new heart? Germany faces dearth of organ donors
  • UK press watchdog rejects Prince Harry's complaint over drugged wildlife article
  • Russia's Mishustin to pick new cabinet soon
  • Factbox: Countries evacuating nationals from China virus areas
  • China police drop case of SARS 'rumour-mongering' at start of new crisis
  • China's Hubei province confirms 15 more deaths due to coronavirus
  • Russian opposition wants big protest over Putin's plan to 'rule for ever'
  • Mexico and U.S. plan to reduce illegal arms and drug trade
  • Iran prepares site for satellite launch that U.S. links to ballistic missiles
  • China's Tencent asks staff to work from home until February 7 due to virus
  • Four South Korean trekkers among seven missing in Nepal avalanche
  • EU court will not intervene in Croatia-Slovenia border dispute
  • China's death toll from coronavirus rises to 80: government statement
  • Foreign powers back Libya ceasefire as commander's forces choke oil flows
  • Ten years after devastating quake, Haitians struggle to survive
  • China first quarter growth may dip below 5% as virus spreads: government economist
  • France deploys radar system in Saudi Arabia to 'reassure' kingdom
  • Paris Opera musicians serenade public in pensions protest
  • Moonstruck: Japanese billionaire's girlfriend entrants top 20,000