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  • Mexican leader plays 'matador' to manage Trump migration charge
  • Mayor of China's Wuhan expects another 1,000 virus cases in the city
  • UK and Germany condemn arrest of Britain's Tehran ambassador: UK PM's office
  • French court overturns earlier guilty verdict on cardinal Barbarin
  • Travel from China naturally dropping off in light of coronavirus: U.S. Health Secretary
  • Russia says three Syrian army servicemen killed in Aleppo: RIA
  • Macau confirms first Wuhan virus case, tightens screening in casinos
  • G7 countries seeking unified approach to coronavirus: Germany's Spahn
  • Spain nabs crime ring that sold banned EPO to athletes in Europe
  • Israeli defense minister pushes to extend sovereignty in West Bank
  • Brexit withdrawal deal must be implemented 'with rigor': EU's Barnier
  • Foreign powers back Libya ceasefire as commander's forces choke oil flows
  • Canada to evacuate Canadians from flu-hit Chinese region: foreign minister
  • Venezuelan police capture fugitive Colombian senator who fled via dentist's office
  • Trump to meet with Netanyahu and Gantz as he readies Mideast peace plan
  • Plane carrying Canadian evacuees from China should land on February 7: Ottawa
  • Beijing relaxes traffic restrictions as virus keeps drivers off roads
  • Singapore kicks off depleted air show amid coronavirus clampdown
  • Women with defective French breast implants may claim damages only in France: EU court adviser
  • Ireland's PM sets stage for possible February election
  • U.S. says no uptick in violence from Islamic State in Syria, Iraq
  • Qiagen expects coronavirus test to be ready this month: CEO
  • WHO chief and Xi discussed protection of Chinese, foreigners: WHO
  • Slovenian PM Sarec resigns, early election likely
  • Netanyahu formally indicted in court on corruption charges
  • No Big Ben bongs: UK government plans light show to mark moment of Brexit
  • China says will punish officials who slack off in fighting virus
  • Coca eradication best way to fight violence in Colombia, Duque says
  • Morocco's RAM airline temporarily suspends flights to China due to coronavirus: state news agency
  • Italy government agrees state of emergency after confirmed coronavirus cases: government source
  • Thai court could dissolve opposition party on anti-monarchy allegations
  • Taiwan president urges China to review policy after election win
  • Australian bushfires hit coal output, hazardous conditions to return
  • Russian hackers targeted Ukrainian company at center of impeachment storm: cybersecurity firm
  • South Korean evacuees from Wuhan welcomed to quarantine centers
  • Russia holds key to Idlib's fate as Syrian army advances
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  • In southern Poland, archaeologists discover WW2 plane wreck
  • Turkey says Dutch, Belgian, French firms eye canal plan: Anadolu
  • Japan urges citizens to avoid non-urgent trips to all of China
  • Airlines suspend, scale back direct flights to China amid virus fears
  • Guatemala's new president takes office under U.S. pressure on asylum
  • Suspected Islamist militants kill at least 30 in Congo: local officials
  • Taiwan calls China 'vile' for restricting island's access to WHO on coronavirus
  • UK princes William and Harry denounce 'offensive' newspaper report
  • WHO advance team on coronavirus on way to China: Tedros tweet
  • Cambodian opposition leader admits U.S. funding, denies overthrow plot
  • Saudi Arabia blocks Iran from Islamic grouping's meeting: Tehran
  • Lebanon parliament to vote on government next week: Berri's office
  • Cobblestones commemorating murdered Jews turn a new corner
  • Macron and Trump declare truce in digital tax dispute
  • Italy's center-left seen ahead of League in key local vote: exit poll
  • U.S. lawmakers propose sanctions over Chinese exit bans on Americans
  • Singapore evacuating 174 on second flight from Wuhan
  • China to subsidize interest payments for some firms hit by virus outbreak - state media
  • Three Japanese evacuees from Wuhan test positive for virus, two had no symptoms
  • China confirms 291 cases of new coronavirus as of January 20: state media
  • Weeding out fakes? Lisbon tourism at threat from 'drug' dealers
  • UK PM Johnson backs U.S. peace plan in call with Netanyahu
  • New coronavirus outbreak in Chinese city of Wuhan
  • Police arrest Indian protest organizer on sedition charges
  • Philippines halts visas on arrival for Chinese on virus fears
  • British drugmaker GSK to collaborate with CEPI in effort to develop coronavirus vaccine
  • Arabs prioritize key ties with U.S. against Iran in reacting to Trump peace plan
  • Bank of England's Carney to serve as UK government climate adviser
  • Get us out of here, plead foreign students at China virus epicenter
  • China official says food supplies ample in virus-hit Wuhan
  • Ethiopian PM Abiy expects parliamentary election in May or June
  • Companies in Shanghai cannot resume work before February 9 due to virus fight: government
  • U.S. says first shipments of medicine to Iran delivered via Swiss humanitarian channel
  • Sending back climate refugees may violate right to life: U.N. body
  • Singapore confirms first case of new China virus, another likely
  • Philippine residents retrieve animals, belongings amid threat of volcano eruption
  • North Korea abandons nuclear freeze pledge, blames 'brutal' U.S. sanctions
  • UK's Prince Harry warns photographers over paparazzi shots: Sky News
  • EU's new foreign policy chief to meet Pompeo in Washington
  • Japanese billionaire Maezawa pulls out of dating show that promised the moon
  • Poland willing to mull compromise with EU on rule of law: justice minister
  • France hopes U.S. will have 'good sense' to not withdraw support in Sahel
  • Violence escalates in Iraq as government pushes to end protests
  • Four more patients test positive for coronavirus in England
  • Two Iraqi protesters killed, 25 wounded in clashes with police: sources
  • Thailand's opposition Future Forward Party not guilty of opposing monarchy: court
  • United Airlines suspending U.S.-bound mainland China flights a day earlier
  • Russia: militant attacks come from Turkey's zone in Syria's Idlib
  • Armed groups in Colombia are still recruiting children, NGOs say
  • France to start repatriating nationals from China: minister
  • German Auschwitz prosecutor recalls powerful tales from Holocaust survivors
  • Canada girds for new coronavirus, 17 years after deadly SARS epidemic
  • U.S. pressure on Iran to continue despite lifting sanctions on China's COSCO unit, official says
  • Zurich police use tear gas, water cannons on World Economic Forum protesters
  • U.N. says militants targeted aid worker hub in northern Nigeria
  • Philippines' Duterte threatens to end military deal with the United States
  • Smoke clears in Melbourne, organizers defend playing qualifiers
  • Survivors of London's Grenfell fire denounce 'sabotage' of public inquiry
  • U.S. issues fresh sanctions over Ukraine's Crimea: Treasury
  • China’s Xi to tie up Belt and Road deals in 'historic' Myanmar visit
  • China's Hubei dismisses provincial health commission party boss, director: state media
  • French Senate approves bill allowing IVF for single women, lesbians