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  • Turkey says it will let refugees into Europe after its troops killed in Syria
  • U.S. says it stands by Turkey after attack on Turkish soldiers in Syria
  • Let's stick together on security, Germany's Kramp-Karrenbauer tells UK
  • South Korea says coronavirus cases more than double, total now 433
  • Major U.S. tech firms pull out of Barcelona meet over coronavirus fears
  • Hong Kong police get protective upgrade to fight threat of 'local terrorism'
  • U.N. envoy condemns use of birdshot against Iraqi protesters
  • Canadian families 'plead urgently' for third evacuation flight from Wuhan
  • Yemen's air strikes 'kill 31 civilians' after Saudi jet crash
  • Kuwait confirms new coronavirus case, brings total to 46: health ministry
  • Workers strike at Mexican state news agency in austerity fight
  • Palestinians channel protests through dawn prayers
  • Iraq advises against any gathering to avoid spreading coronavirus
  • Malaysian Belt and Road project tells some staff to work from home in China's Wuhan
  • Europeans demand Syria government, Russia return to 2018 Idlib ceasefire deal
  • Slovak election winner seeks quick deal on new government
  • United Nations Libya envoy resigns citing stress
  • U.S. citizens warned to be cautious after New Delhi clashes
  • U.S. to give Zambia $389 million grant for AIDS relief
  • First Vatican coronavirus patient attended big conference last week
  • Spain approves extradition of Venezuela's ex-spy chief to the United States
  • Far-right parties in Italy's neighbors call for border checks over coronavirus
  • Pakistan court gives green light to women's march - with conditions
  • Afghan political rivals issue parallel invites for inauguration ceremonies
  • Jailed Wikileaks founder Assange's health improving: spokesman
  • Russia accuses Turkey of shelling Syrian army to help militants
  • Indonesia to evacuate 74 people from coronavirus-affected ship off Japan
  • Factbox: Coronavirus deaths rise to more than 3,300 worldwide
  • Katyusha rockets fired towards Green Zone in Iraqi capital: sources
  • Americans disembark from virus-hit cruise; China says new cases slow
  • 'Europe is nicer': migrants head west after Turkey opens border
  • Merkel's CDU to hold leadership congress in April or May - German broadcaster
  • Syrian army has downed three Turkish drones over Idlib province: state media
  • Pope tests negative for coronavirus, Italy report says
  • South African president orders repatriation of citizens in Wuhan over coronavirus
  • EU tells Italy its coronavirus spending will not hurt compliance with budget rules
  • Austria introducing 'spot' health checks at Italian border
  • Finland's foreign minister faces probe over Syria repatriations
  • North Korea imported purebred horses from Russia as Kim Jong Un took snowy ride
  • No investigations of ousted White House aide Vindman: U.S. Army secretary
  • Ukraine sticks to positions on Russia but leaves room for "compromises"
  • BOJ reassurance on coronavirus bolsters speculation of global policy action
  • Saudi Arabia suspends educational activities at mosques
  • Malaysian police arrest man for insulting king, investigate three others
  • Kuwait confirms new coronavirus case, brings total to 46: health ministry
  • Saudi Arabia postpones Saudi Games over coronavirus fears: Al-Arabiya
  • Guinea-Bissau crisis deepens with two rival presidents and prime ministers
  • Ghost ship washes up on Irish coast after drifting across Atlantic
  • UK post-Brexit rules to 'turn off tap' of low-skilled foreign labor
  • South Korea launches 'drive-thru' coronavirus testing facilities as demand soars
  • Goldman Sachs pleads not guilty in Malaysia over 1MDB bond sales: state media
  • Turkish military strikes airport in Syria's Aleppo: Anadolu
  • Hong Kong cruise passengers head to quarantine after third flight from Japan
  • Italy's coronavirus outbreak spreads south, death toll rises
  • Irish PM tacitly criticizes Johnson's sacking of Northern Ireland minister
  • Rouhani says no urban quarantines planned as Iran coronavirus toll hits 19
  • Germany reopens hate speech, gun law debates after shisha bar killings
  • Iraqi authorities reopen Baghdad bridge shut for months by protests
  • Sudan security forces crack down on protest over dismissed officers
  • South Korea vows 'reciprocal' countermeasures to Japan's coronavirus travel limits
  • Egypt confirms 33 new cases of coronavirus on Nile cruise ship
  • New French health minister: 'credible risk' of coronavirus pandemic
  • South Sudan President Kiir appoints former rebel leader vice president
  • Kenyan police killings in poor Nairobi districts continue: rights group
  • Russian military source denies Syrian rebels took town of Saraqeb - news agencies
  • EU states call for speedy 2030 climate plan ahead of U.N. climate summit: letter
  • Male Tokyo taxi driver tests positive for coronavirus: NHK TV
  • Netanyahu revives settlement plan opponents say cuts off East Jerusalem
  • Turkey says discussing with Russia opening Syrian air space for drones: NTV
  • Former UK finance minister Javid says he could not accept Johnson's demands
  • China's Hubei province reports 139 new coronavirus deaths on Feb. 14
  • Erdogan to tell Trump that Turkey expects 'actual' support in Syria: official
  • 'RIP Democracy': Thai students protest party ban as opposition grills PM in parliament
  • Moldova reports first coronavirus case
  • Merkel's party punished by voters in Hamburg state election
  • Italy to evacuate 35 nationals from cruise ship quarantined at Japan port
  • Erdogan says will decide his Idlib stance after call with Putin
  • 'Europe is nicer': migrants head west after Turkey opens border
  • Brexit or not, EU tells Britain to tweak transport levy or face court
  • Malaysia's Mahathir out as king names former interior minister PM
  • Austria blocking EU Libya sea patrols over migrants, diplomats say
  • Could warmer weather help contain the coronavirus?
  • Mexico City killing sparks fury over violence against women
  • Russia and Ukraine plan next prisoner swap in March: Kiev
  • Seventy trapped after Chinese coronavirus quarantine hotel collapses, more than half rescued
  • Seventh person dies in coronavirus outbreak in Italy: ANSA news agency
  • First case of coronavirus confirmed in Lebanon: hospital source
  • Irish parliament returns with weeks of government talks ahead
  • Malaysia's Muhyiddin sworn in as PM, succeeding Mahathir
  • Austria hints at border closures in echo of Europe's last migration crisis
  • Exclusive: EU fumes at Turk migration 'blackmail', mulls more money for Ankara
  • Differing U.S. documents helped fuel Afghan prisoner dispute
  • Italy's Lombardy says emergency coronavirus measures must be extended
  • China won't send officials to G20 meeting amid virus outbreak: sources
  • Vatican says pope 'slightly unwell', dismisses speculation
  • Canada tells travelers from Iran to isolate over coronavirus
  • London can host 2020 Games if moved over coronavirus - mayor candidate
  • Clashes, jeers and burning tires greet coronavirus evacuees in Ukraine
  • Factbox: Indonesia bill relaxes rules from mining to labor laws to spur investment