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  • Czech Republic cancels flights, bars fans from races over coronavirus
  • Turkey's Erdogan to speak to leaders of U.S., Germany, France, Britain: NTV
  • Azerbaijan reports first case of coronavirus - Ifax
  • U.S. working on supply chain challenges for pharma: health secretary
  • Hong Kong protesters rally against planned virus quarantine centers
  • U.N. in talks with Turkey to boost Syria aid amid offensive
  • Road crash in Syria kills 22, injures 70: state media
  • UK government says 12 new positive tests for coronavirus, total now 35
  • Saudi Arabia says it intercepts Yemen missiles ahead of G20 meeting
  • Hungary confirms first two coronavirus cases
  • Russian artist who published Paris mayor candidate kompromat arrested
  • Banned Thai billionaire politician vows to press fight for democracy
  • Hong Kong records third coronavirus death: health authorities
  • Global supplier India curbs drug exports as coronavirus fears grow
  • Coronavirus death toll in Italy's Lombardy region jumps to 257: official
  • Russian court fines Facebook $63,000 over data law breach: RIA
  • Chevron employee in London tested negative for coronavirus
  • Hong Kong quarantines dog for coronavirus, experts caution over pet spread
  • Chinese woman who intruded at Mar-a-Lago sentenced to six months
  • Japan's Hokkaido reports three more coronavirus infections
  • Myanmar turns away cruise ship over coronavirus fears
  • South Korea's coronavirus cases climb above 7,000, most cases traced to church
  • Judge orders talks over plans to move virus patients to a California city
  • Turkey to oppose Pakistan blacklisting at anti-terrorism finance meet
  • Pope leads world's Catholics into Lent at Ash Wednesday rite
  • Anwar cries foul as Malaysian parties discuss sweeping coalition change
  • Turkey says its guarantees in Libya depend on durable ceasefire
  • Lesotho PM granted medical leave from wife murder case: police
  • Large parts of China ease coronavirus curbs, many report no new cases
  • Japan coronavirus cases hit 1,000 mark as Tokyo insists Olympics on track
  • Kremlin to Turkey: Help stop attacks on Syrian and Russian forces in Idlib
  • With selfie, Ukrainian health minister joins coronavirus evacuees in quarantine
  • France watching Italian situation closely: Health Minister
  • Lockdown: Not everyone unhappy about life in Italy's red zone
  • ICC trial in The Hague one option for Sudan's Bashir: minister
  • Britain's row with Greece over treasures spills into Brexit tensions
  • Russia asks Canada to hand over files on ex-Nazi death squad member
  • Togo confirms first case of coronavirus
  • Hundreds of Americans flown home from cruise ship, 14 with coronavirus
  • Ukraine sticks to positions on Russia but leaves room for "compromises"
  • Vietnam Airlines to suspend flights to South Korea over coronavirus
  • Rishi Sunak to be made UK finance minister: Sky News
  • Merkel's crisis-hit CDU sets April 25 congress to pick new leader
  • Going to India: Trump set to open world's biggest cricket stadium
  • IMF extends visit to crisis-hit Lebanon: sources
  • Ivory Coast's Ouattara says he won't run for re-election
  • U.S. spy agencies monitor coronavirus spread, concerns about India: sources
  • Japan confirms at least 19 new coronavirus infections on Monday: Kyodo
  • Let's stick together on security, Germany's Kramp-Karrenbauer tells UK
  • Twenty-two hurt after high-speed train derails in eastern France
  • Exclusive: EU fumes at Turk migration 'blackmail', mulls more money for Ankara
  • Israel adds five countries to coronavirus air travel restrictions
  • Brazil prosecutors seek to remove ex-missionary from indigenous post
  • German police confirm eight dead in shootings near Frankfurt
  • Sri Lanka to hold parliamentary poll in April: election commission
  • Russia hints at Belarus joining it in a unified state in exchange for oil deal: Lukashenko
  • Case of coronavirus diagnosed in French city of Nice - local mayor
  • 'Don't forget their names': Women in Mexico sing anthem protesting femicides
  • U.N. report names 112 companies doing business with Israeli settlements
  • Second batch of Diamond Princess passengers arrive in Hong Kong to face further quarantine
  • 'Inconspicuous' German shooting suspect kept racist views under wraps
  • Israeli jets strike Islamic Jihad targets in Syria and Gaza: Israeli military
  • Special Report: Before coronavirus, China bungled swine epidemic with secrecy
  • Turkish court acquits novelist accused of Kurdish militant ties
  • South Korea seeks 'speedy resumption' of U.S.-North Korea nuclear talks
  • Canada to stop providing security for Harry and Meghan
  • China police handle 274 cases of price gouging, hoarding during virus outbreak
  • More than a dozen killed, hundreds injured as New Delhi riots overshadow Trump visit
  • Bolsonaro and son blast probe of Brazil hit man killed by police
  • Stranded by coronavirus blockade, Chinese man fights to get back to work
  • White House memo says strike on Iranian commander responded to past attacks
  • British politicians covered up child sex abuse for decades, inquiry finds
  • Hong Kong police get protective upgrade to fight threat of 'local terrorism'
  • Jailed British-Iranian Zaghari-Ratcliffe in good health, Tehran says
  • Algeria deports Italian national infected with coronavirus
  • Factbox: 'Malay first' - Malaysia's Muhyiddin allies with nationalists to become PM
  • Mubarak, the 'Pharaoh' toppled by the Arab Spring, dies at 91
  • Thousands wait for hospital beds in South Korea as coronavirus cases surge
  • 'Are you real?' Putin quashes rumors he uses a body double
  • Greek police deployed at border with Turkey to prevent migrants
  • Novacyt biotech company says winning race for high-speed virus test
  • South Korea reports 123 new coronavirus cases, taking total to 4,335 - Yonhap
  • Malaysian police arrest man for insulting king, investigate three others
  • Slovak opposition party OLANO takes lead in election: partial results
  • Abu Dhabi hotels allow some guests to leave after coronavirus scare
  • South Africa's Tshwane municipality placed under administration
  • German minister: support for Laschet as CDU leader not directed against Merkel
  • Russian blogger's HIV documentary reaches millions, draws Kremlin praise
  • Dutch refused Moscow request to try MH17 Russian suspects there: minister
  • Catalan party ties Spain's government stability to separatist drive
  • Son of Georgia medical chief contracts coronavirus
  • U.S. working on supply chain challenges for pharma: health secretary
  • Factbox: Coronavirus forces delay of trade fairs, conferences
  • Popular Rwandan singer found dead in a police cell: officials
  • Saudi Arabia detains senior royals for alleged coup plot, including king's brother: sources
  • Coronavirus widens Hong Kong anger at government, China
  • Shanghai says visitors entering from virus-hit countries must be quarantined
  • Guyana's Granger claims victory as U.S. and EU question vote results
  • For father of drowned boy, new wave of migrants brings back haunting memories
  • With North Korea border shut, China warns citizens to keep away, or else