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  • Give Lebanon's cabinet a chance, say Christian religious leaders
  • Pompeo: U.S. to work with Iraqi leaders to get to 'the right place' on U.S. troop deployment
  • Panama probes suspected killing of seven by religious sect
  • Death toll from coronavirus outbreak in China at 56: state media
  • China heads into Lunar New Year on shutdown as virus spreads to Europe
  • Bulgarian government survives no-confidence vote over water crisis
  • Myanmar government-appointed panel finds 'war crimes' but no 'genocide' against Rohingya
  • Malaysian PM says coalition could be a one-term government unless it stops infighting
  • Former North Korean diplomat to run in South Korea's April general election: Yonhap
  • Hong Kong applauds its financial prowess amid protests
  • Spain's Melia says CEO banned from U.S. over hotels in Cuba
  • 'No dollars today': Exchanges resist Lebanon's push to steady currency
  • Lebanon parliament passes 2020 budget: Lebanese media
  • Sorrow and triumph, an Auschwitz survivor's journey back to a former hell
  • Trump vows to reverse course on deportations of Iraqi Christians
  • Risk to UK of new coronavirus is currently 'very low': infection service
  • Trump, Greta and unicorns: What to watch for at Davos on Tuesday
  • Cambodian opposition leader admits U.S. funding, denies overthrow plot
  • U.S. says approximately 210 citizens being relocated from Wuhan
  • Roche says closed Chinese cities hinder virus diagnostics test deliveries
  • Cathay Pacific asks employees to take unpaid leave as virus hits demand
  • Japan's former emperor Akihito recovers from brief loss of consciousness
  • Myanmar rebels free lawmaker abducted in attack on boat
  • Japan may delay process for picking casino host cities: media
  • Slain commander Soleimani sought stability: Iranian president
  • India, Bangladesh eye evacuating citizens from China coronavirus epicenter
  • Tencent extends holiday for China employees till Feb. 9
  • Chinese provincial press conference on coronavirus inspires anger, criticism
  • Former North Korean diplomat to run in South Korea's April general election: Yonhap
  • Germany: No signs that Germans in Wuhan area are affected by coronavirus
  • Weinstein trial revives #MeToo, a hashtag with movement's longevity
  • UK's Prince Harry warns photographers over paparazzi shots: Sky News
  • Taiwan scrambles jets to warn Chinese aircraft over Taiwan Strait
  • Protesters throw eggs, jostle outgoing Guatemalan president - witness
  • Cathay Pacific to cut global capacity by 30% amid coronavirus epidemic
  • Four die as storm sweeps across Spain
  • South Korea 'all out' to contain virus outbreak, vows to stabilize market
  • Factbox: Carmakers look to resume China output after virus forced closures
  • Ethnic clashes in Kazakhstan leave eight dead, scores wounded
  • Spanish PM hopes to meet Catalan leader, Madrid to negotiate deficit targets
  • Nurse in Germany charged with attempted killing of five babies
  • India aims to double defense exports in five years amid resource crunch
  • Kudlow says jobs, trade not part of U.S. coronavirus briefings
  • France's Macron to press West African leaders over Sahel insurgency
  • Australia's Kangaroo Island Plantation suspends shares, says most trees not productive after fires
  • Malaysia probes allegations that Airbus bribed AirAsia bosses
  • China says death toll from coronavirus rises to 106, confirmed cases hits 4,515
  • Honduras ends mandate for anti-corruption body
  • Trump: Timing of threat from Soleimani 'doesn't really matter'
  • Iranian representative coming to Ukraine next week, Kiev says
  • Madrid's Barajas airport reopens for traffic after drone sighting
  • Pakistan's Khan calls for U.N. action on India dispute
  • China reports 64 new coronavirus deaths, total at 425
  • Person who posted video of missile striking Ukrainian airliner has been taken into custody - Fars news
  • Most Australian executives say climate change will damage companies: survey
  • EU blacklists seven more people in Russian-annexed Crimea
  • Wilted flowers, empty cafes: China's small businesses bear coronavirus costs
  • U.S. military in South Korea imposes quarantine for troops returning from China
  • German car supplier Webasto halts China corporate travel over coronavirus: spokeswoman
  • Despite shake-up, Putin rejects idea of Soviet-style leaders for life
  • Russia strengthens sanitary controls at borders over virus fears: Ifax cites watchdog
  • Russian defense and foreign ministers keep posts in Putin shake-up: Kremlin
  • Belgian doctors face trial in country's first euthanasia case
  • China reports 73 new deaths on mainland from virus outbreak on February 5
  • Turkey says hit 54 targets in Syria's Idlib, 'neutralized' 76 soldiers: Anadolu
  • One case of coronavirus symptoms among French evacuated: minister
  • Alleged leader of Iraqi al Qaeda group arrested in Arizona
  • Dutch parliament cancels trip to Russia after lawmaker denied entry: ANP
  • Twenty-six killed in India as bus plunges into well
  • Japan sends plane to fly citizens home from China's virus-hit Wuhan
  • At least 13 confirmed dead in Thai shooting, toll could rise: local authority
  • Putin hoping to secure economic legacy with reshuffle: sources
  • Indonesia deports detained U.S. reporter: lawyer
  • Trump says U.S. to add more countries to travel ban soon
  • U.N. Security Council to meet Thursday to discuss Idlib, Syria: Security Council source
  • What the EU wants: Commission outlines post-Brexit deal with London
  • Royal Caribbean sees profit hit after cancelling three cruises amid coronavirus outbreak
  • 'I am not a virus':France's Asian community pushes back over xenophobia
  • Weinstein trial revives #MeToo, a hashtag with movement's longevity
  • Benetton cuts ties with photographer Toscani over Italy bridge remarks
  • Turkey to start screening passengers on flights from China: Anadolu
  • Yemen's Houthis say recent attacks on Aramco, airports in response to air strikes
  • Germany bans neo-Nazi group Combat 18, launches raids
  • A mother's fight for toddler stranded in China's coronavirus epicenter
  • Australian bushfires threaten to drive tiny animal communities extinct
  • Siemens Healthineers supplies diagnostic equipment to Wuhan hospitals
  • Malta's new leader promises to keep strengthening rule of law
  • Acting head of U.N. Palestinian agency says 'difficult' year ahead, amid funding cuts and Israeli pressure
  • Exclusive: Iran-linked hackers pose as journalists in email scam
  • Madagascar floods kill at least 12 people, with more missing
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro tells Congress priorities are tax reform, jobs
  • North Korea's Kim taps tough-talking military veteran as foreign minister
  • Japan's ANA may consider halting China flights: Jiji citing CEO
  • Twenty soldiers killed in Mali attack, government says
  • Britain willing to work on alternative Iran nuclear deal - PM's spokesman
  • British children in French coronavirus probe attended local school: mayor
  • Israel and Sudan will push to normalize relations: Israeli officials
  • Algerian leader pardons more than 6,000 prisoners in conciliatory gesture
  • 'New dawn' Brexit to do list: money, charming Trump and making friends
  • With nothing to lose, loners build future in China's hollowed-out north