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  • Renault to halt output at South Korean unit due to China supply disruptions
  • China to exempt taxes for imports of products related to virus control
  • Armenia to hold referendum on Constitutional Court in April
  • Less than half of Chileans now believe their democracy is 'functioning': poll
  • Australian tourism industry seeks urgent help as cost of bushfires grows
  • Russian hackers targeted Ukrainian company at center of impeachment storm: cybersecurity firm
  • Brazil's indigenous to sue Bolsonaro for saying they're 'evolving'
  • Gilead assessing potential use of Ebola drug as China virus treatment
  • Italy contradicts China over possible air traffic restart
  • Cambodia garments, possibly losing EU trade status, now hit by coronavirus
  • Slovenia parties to push ahead with coalition talks after PM quits
  • China virus claims second life off mainland, Macau casinos told to close
  • Britain to isolate anyone returning from Wuhan, minister says
  • Croatia PM sacks health minister amid property declaration claim
  • Come to Rio, get robbed: Brazil tourism body shares awkward Instagram post
  • Travel from China naturally dropping off in light of coronavirus: U.S. Health Secretary
  • Taliban open to 10-day ceasefire with U.S., talks with Afghan govt -sources
  • In virus-stricken Wuhan, animal lovers break into homes to save pets
  • U.S. Ambassador to EU Sondland says Trump intends to recall him from his post
  • Japanese emperor to make state visit to United Kingdom
  • China's Beijing suspends most bus services to Hebei to curb virus spread
  • Iran says Europeans yielding to 'high school bully' Trump in nuclear row
  • Health chief in Chinese city near virus epicenter sacked
  • Australia launches inquiry into veteran suicide rates
  • Former North Korean diplomat to run in South Korea's April general election: Yonhap
  • Police to roll out live facial recognition cameras in London
  • France confirms first three cases of coronavirus in Europe
  • Libyan eastern forces says closing oil ports 'huge step' by the people
  • Nigeria working to have U.S. travel ban lifted -foreign minister
  • And the Oscar goes to ... Planet Earth?
  • 'I stayed alive to tell' - Auschwitz's dwindling survivors recount horrors of Nazi death camp
  • Norwegian police raid shipping company office over waste export
  • German car supplier Webasto halts China corporate travel over coronavirus: spokeswoman
  • Australia town mourns volunteer firefighter fallen in bushfires
  • Europe to avoid taking Iran nuclear dispute to U.N., EU's top diplomat says
  • U.S. will send more flights to bring back citizens from Hubei province: Pompeo
  • Main Irish opposition rules out grand coalition with PM's party
  • Coronavirus stokes Asian discrimination fears in Canada's biggest city
  • We can agree on high standards, EU's Von der Leyen urges UK
  • U.S. threat to kill Soleimani successor a sign of 'governmental terrorism': Iran foreign ministry spokesman
  • New Zealand to bar entry to foreigners traveling from mainland China
  • Huawei CFO's lawyers argue U.S. extradition charges not a crime in Canada
  • Algeria captures man planning suicide attack: defense ministry
  • Factbox: What we know about the new coronavirus in China
  • A mother's fight for toddler stranded in China's coronavirus epicenter
  • Suspected Boko Haram Islamists kill at least 30 in northeast Nigeria: residents
  • Bolivia's Anez sparks fierce backlash with election bid
  • Kremlin says prosecutor general Chaika to leave post: Interfax
  • Heavy winds disrupt traffic in Slovenia, kill one
  • Factbox: Coronavirus hits demand for commodities and energy
  • Don't close ports to migrants, pope says after Salvini case
  • UK tech entrepreneur Lynch submits himself for arrest over U.S. extradition
  • Ivory Coast leader says fears of age limit for presidential candidates unfounded
  • Prada says has temporarily shut some stores in mainland China, Macau
  • Australian student expelled from North Korea says he was kidnapped from dorm
  • Bulgaria expels two Russian diplomats for espionage
  • Beijing, Shanghai urge people from virus outbreak areas to stay at home for 14 days
  • Pompeo says will travel to Ukraine 'before too long' amid impeachment trial
  • 12th U.S. case of coronavirus confirmed in Wisconsin
  • Peak coronavirus? Epidemic forecasts are often wrong but can be useful
  • Burundi lawmakers to make president 'Supreme Guide' ahead of elections
  • IMF seen as option for Lebanon depending on terms: senior politician
  • Obituary: Bernard Ebbers, convicted of orchestrating WorldCom fraud, dead at 78
  • WHO chief says widespread travel bans not needed to beat China virus
  • Libyan eastern forces says closing oil ports 'huge step' by the people
  • No normalization in relations yet, UK PM Johnson tells Russia's Putin
  • Sixty killed in Houthi attack on camp in Yemen's Marib
  • GM to restart production in China from Feb. 15
  • Iran nuclear deal in serious danger, needs diplomatic solution: France
  • Warne, Ponting to play Twenty20 bushfire match, Serena donates winnings
  • Morales announces candidates for MAS party in Bolivia's elections
  • Spain's 2019 tourist arrivals hit new record high, minister upbeat on trend
  • Two Japanese evacuated from Wuhan have pneumonia symptoms, second flight being dispatched
  • Wife of Lesotho prime minister charged with murder of his previous spouse
  • Iranian official dismisses Trump peace plan as one-sided 'imposition'
  • Cambodia to open treason trial of opposition leader Kem Sokha
  • Putin says Russia has to be strong presidential republic
  • Brazil authorizes national security force to fight deforestation
  • Escaping the virus lockdown in Wuhan would have torn his family, so he stayed
  • Madagascar floods kill at least 12 people, with more missing
  • UK summons Iranian ambassador over envoy's arrest
  • Syrian government forces capture towns in advance on rebel-held Idlib
  • Russia sends Lavrov to Venezuela to 'counteract' U.S. sanctions
  • Guatemalan president declares state of alert in two municipalities
  • U.S. coronavirus task force to hold briefing on Friday
  • Iraqi cleric scolds security forces after protesters die in new tensions
  • Australia to screen some China flights, warns new virus difficult to stop
  • North Korea abandons nuclear freeze pledge, blames 'brutal' U.S. sanctions
  • Lebanon protests turn violent for second night
  • Companies in Beijing to resume work on February 10 due to virus fight: government newspaper
  • India bans export of protective masks, clothing amid coronavirus outbreak
  • Colombia must allow rebel dissidents to demobilize: Human Rights Watch
  • China's Hubei province, epicenter of coronavirus outbreak, reports 65 new deaths on February 4
  • U.S. calls on Haiti to set a date for elections: Pompeo
  • Ukraine authorities warn against non-essential travel to China's Hubei province
  • India's New Delhi heads to vote amid protests against citizenship law
  • Lufthansa warns of flight cancellations ahead of storm Sabine
  • Protests against Gambia president bring 137 arrests, multiple injuries
  • Israeli surveillance software lawsuit goes behind closed doors
  • Ethnic clashes in Kazakhstan leave eight dead, scores wounded