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  • Tunisia names new government, avoids risk of early election
  • Malaysia's Mahathir and Anwar in new showdown amid turmoil
  • Morocco reports first coronavirus case: health ministry
  • Trump, Taliban leader talk as prisoner feud threatens Afghan peace
  • British man who was on Diamond Princess ship in Japan dies: Kyodo
  • Lenders cheered as Kenya binged on medical equipment. Did patients get help?
  • Trump administration taking $3.8 billion more from military for Mexico border wall
  • UK government says 12 new positive tests for coronavirus, total now 35
  • All schools in Iran to close for three days over coronavirus concerns: health minister
  • Brexit talks will be tough and short, but deal possible - EU's Barnier
  • South Sudan cuts number of states from 32 to 10, unlocking peace process
  • Kazakh governor to seek deportation of Chinese over coronavirus fears
  • Turkey says Libya's Haftar violating ceasefire, must be stopped
  • Clashes break out in Somalia, slowing fight against al Qaeda-linked insurgents
  • Trump offered to pardon Assange if he denied Russia helped leak Democrats' emails: lawyer
  • Putin sacks prominent Kremlin ideologue, Ukraine hardliner
  • In wake of impeachment, U.S. senators to visit Ukraine
  • Backstory - 'This is a special time': Reporting from the edge of China's virus lockdown
  • Turkish defense ministry says two soldiers died in Syria's Idlib
  • Transgender tweets were freedom of speech, British judge rules
  • Pakistan court gives green light to women's march - with conditions
  • Iraqi authorities reopen Baghdad bridge shut for months by protests
  • The failed escape: Sheikha Latifa's doomed flight from Dubai
  • Algeria reports two new coronavirus cases, bringing the total to five
  • China's Huanggang says virus situation in city remains severe
  • Rockets hit U.S. coalition base in Baghdad, no casualties
  • U.S. blacklists five Iranian officials for impeding 'fair' elections
  • Libya government, Haftar's forces dim hopes of salvaging U.N. ceasefire talks
  • U.N.'s Bachelet urges Saudi to release women activists, uphold rights
  • EU foresees 'very hard' talks with UK on future ties, warns on Irish border
  • Kuwait suspends all flights with Singapore, Japan over Coronavirus fears: KUNA
  • Door not shut for saving U.S.-Philippines defense pact - envoy
  • Biting passengers on flight is no reason for cash compensation delay: EU court adviser
  • Kenyan police killings in poor Nairobi districts continue: rights group
  • Japan says no indication North Korea launch reached its territory or EEZ
  • UK's Big Ben tower more badly damaged by Nazi bombs than thought
  • Indian lawmakers scuffle over citizenship riots where 41 died
  • Indonesia to bring back citizens aboard World Dream cruise by naval ship
  • Man accused of stabbing London mosque prayer leader appears in court
  • Gunmen kill at least 50 in northern Nigeria state of Kaduna
  • China plans $14.2 billion maglev railway in Yunnan: state media
  • Two more Russians on cruise ship off Japan have coronavirus: embassy
  • U.S.-Taliban deal puts Qatar on stronger footing with Washington
  • Islamists hurl stones and shoes at Women's Day marchers in Pakistan
  • Ten new cases of coronavirus in Iran, one dead: health ministry
  • Engineer given six years in prison over Latvian supermarket collapse
  • More than half Malta's traffic police arrested for fraud
  • German minister moots sanctions on Russia over Syria
  • North Macedonia confirms first case of coronavirus
  • New coronavirus case in Spain's Tenerife hotel is British guest
  • Russia bars entry of Chinese citizens amid coronavirus threat
  • U.N. calls for immediate freeze of military operations in Yemen
  • Coronavirus spells brutal Valentine's Day for Shanghai dining spots
  • U.N. in talks with Turkey to boost Syria aid amid offensive
  • Britain's government spent 4.4 billion pounds on Brexit planning
  • Ukraine parliament votes to accept prime minister's resignation
  • First Italian patient dies of coronavirus: Ansa news agency
  • Vietnam turns away two cruise ships over coronavirus fears
  • Pompeo says violence in Afghanistan must stop for peace process to move forward
  • U.N. envoy condemns use of birdshot against Iraqi protesters
  • Philippines to lift Taiwan travel ban imposed over coronavirus
  • Virus epicenter Wuhan revokes announcement easing lockdown
  • Palestinians hail U.N. report on companies with Israeli settlement ties
  • Factbox: Malaysia's Mahathir masters political art of quitting to assert power
  • Australia's NSW state to ease water restrictions after heavy rains
  • Vatican acknowledges some countries still lack guidelines on preventing abuse
  • South Sudan to form unity government by Saturday deadline
  • Khamenei says voting in Iran's election 'a religious duty'
  • Far-right parties in Italy's neighbors call for border checks over coronavirus
  • Russia's Putin, Turkey's Erdogan discuss Syria by phone amid tensions
  • Italy to postpone March 29 referendum on number of lawmakers due to coronavirus: sources
  • U.N. chief recommends ministers, diplomats skip traveling to meeting due to coronavirus risks
  • China says earliest coronavirus vaccine to be submitted for trials late April
  • Climate activist Thunberg heads growing field of Nobel Peace Prize candidates
  • China says WHO delegation to visit Beijing, Guangdong, Sichuan
  • France says it now has 191 confirmed cases of coronavirus
  • Nervy British lawmakers sweat over coronavirus reaching parliament
  • Italy may close schools all over country due to coronavirus: government source
  • Indonesia's low-lying capital flooded for second time this year
  • Russia extends detention of ex-U.S. marine over alleged assault
  • Wary of 'separatism', Macron unveils curbs on foreign imams, teachers
  • Huge sandstorm closes airspace around Spain's Canary Islands
  • German minister: support for Laschet as CDU leader not directed against Merkel
  • Ukrainian lawmakers vote to appoint Ihor Umansky as new finance minister
  • Taliban, Afghan forces clash on first day of violence reduction period
  • PM Abe asks all of Japan schools to close over coronavirus
  • Italy faces existential threat over low birthrate: president
  • Myanmar army clash with insurgents kills five Rohingya: lawmaker, residents
  • Algeria confirms two more coronavirus cases
  • Sudan fires scores of diplomats allegedly linked to Bashir
  • Vatican closes Italy's catacombs due to coronavirus
  • U.S. allows government staff to leave Hong Kong over coronavirus worries
  • U.N. rights chief rips Trump policies on environment, migration
  • 'What's the point?' War-weary Syrians see no hope in Putin-Erdogan deal
  • Trial of U.S. men accused of killing Italian policeman opens in Rome
  • First Italian dies of coronavirus as outbreak flares in north
  • Climate activist Thunberg heads growing field of Nobel Peace Prize candidates
  • Motive of German driver in 'terrible' carnival incident still unclear: minister
  • Turkmen constitutional reform hints at succession plan
  • Russian-backed Syrian army seizes most of rebel-held Aleppo province: state media