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  • UK business minister Leadsom leaves role in reshuffle
  • China's Xi pledges to minimise impact of virus
  • 'Provocative' China pressures Taiwan with fighters, fake news amid virus outbreak
  • A police raid, viral videos and the broken lives of Nigerian gay law suspects
  • Ireland reports first coronavirus community transmission, cases hit 13
  • Going to India: Trump set to open world's biggest cricket stadium
  • Iraq fails to form new government, prolonging crisis
  • South Korea's coronavirus cases climb above 7,000, most cases traced to church
  • Chinese regulator promises to help firms resume work amid virus outbreak
  • Iran faces global anti-terrorism financing watchdog blacklist: sources
  • Israel's Arab parties set for largest-ever showing in parliament
  • In Canada, doctors broadened coronavirus testing, and made an unlikely save
  • Russia to deport 88 foreigners for violating coronavirus quarantine
  • Mexico says may have first coronavirus case from man who was in Italy
  • Israel, Palestinian Authority agree to end trade dispute: officials
  • North Korea to cancel April marathon over coronavirus fears: tour company
  • Venezuela man charged with sexual slavery after holding woman captive for 31 years
  • China finds spike in coronavirus cases in jails, officials fired
  • Turkey says world powers must impose no-fly zone in Syria
  • Lebanon confirms three new cases of coronavirus, bringing total to seven: NNA
  • Iran confirms another dead because of the new coronavirus: official
  • Kremlin plays down hammer attack on exiled Chechen critic in Poland
  • Google employee who was at Zurich office tests positive for coronavirus
  • Qatar bans arrivals from 14 countries over coronavirus fears
  • Turkey, Russia agree secure corridor and joint patrols in Syria's Idlib
  • Putin wants constitutional ban on Russia handing land to foreign powers
  • Turkey retaliated against Syrian military before ceasefire began
  • With North Korea border shut, China warns citizens to keep away, or else
  • Kazakh opposition group to protest over harassment
  • Northwest China's Gansu lowers coronavirus emergency response level
  • Vatican joins IBM, Microsoft to call for facial recognition regulation
  • Thai court dissolves opposition party critical of military rule
  • Saudi, Egypt, Bahrain to resume Qatar post services despite dispute
  • Senegal confirms first coronavirus case: health ministry
  • Explainer: Israel has voted three times in a year. What happens now?
  • U.S. pastor tells how Bethlehem trip turned into coronavirus quarantine ordeal
  • WikiLeaks' Assange may seek asylum in France: lawyer
  • U.S. urges Russia to find masterminds of Kremlin critic's murder
  • U.S. bans Sri Lankan army chief from entry, citing civil war abuses
  • Deaf Argentine victims of clergy sexual abuse protest at Vatican
  • Dark horse of Slovak election woos voters with tough anti-graft message
  • Hezbollah says it opposes IMF management of Lebanon crisis
  • Maldives confirms first two coronavirus cases; two resort islands locked down
  • Coronavirus infects 100,000-plus worldwide, 21 cases found on ship off San Francisco
  • 'Don't forget their names': Women in Mexico sing anthem protesting femicides
  • In Canada, doctors broadened coronavirus testing, and made an unlikely save
  • Serbia's president calls general election for April 26
  • China approves use of Roche drug in battle against coronavirus complications
  • Britain and EU split over financial market access
  • U.N. says fears 'bloodbath' in Syria, urges halt to fighting
  • As India coronavirus cases spike, experts daunted by prospect of South Asia spread
  • Saudi Arabia limits arrivals from UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain to airports over coronavirus: SPA
  • China coronavirus deaths rise 254 to 1,367 at end-Feb 12
  • Kuwait has 43 confirmed cases of coronavirus - health ministry
  • 'Animals live for man': China's appetite for wildlife likely to survive virus
  • Libya government, Haftar's forces dim hopes of salvaging U.N. ceasefire talks
  • Trump administration backs off sending coronavirus patients to Alabama -governor
  • Gunmen kill at least 50 in northern Nigeria state of Kaduna
  • Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 strikes Madeira Islands in Portugal, no injuries: EMSC
  • Swiss anti-viral ban on large events hits Geneva car show head-on
  • Hong Kong police arrest media tycoon Jimmy Lai on illegal assembly charges
  • Japan reports first case of coronavirus in Oita prefecture - Kyodo
  • Turkey says talks with Russia on Syria warning but more needed
  • Migrants are boon for poor Roma villagers on Turkey-Greece border
  • Australian financial regulators hold emergency call on coronavirus: sources
  • Greece says it is determined to protect its borders
  • Diamond Princess passenger dies, bringing ship's death toll to seven: NHK
  • Full-scale Turkish action in Syria's Idlib would end badly for Ankara - Ifax cites Russian lawmaker
  • Former chief of staff Kelly rejects Trump North Korea approach as futile: report
  • How to survive a Siberian winter with no home
  • Iran extends voting in election by two hours due to 'rush of voters': TV
  • Slovenian parliament set to elect center-right Jansa as PM
  • Thailand reports one new coronavirus case, total at 43 - health official
  • Philippines' Duterte says Trump deserves to be re-elected
  • A small Delhi hospital overwhelmed by wave of violence
  • NATO to expand Iraq training mission in response to Trump
  • South Sudan President Kiir appoints former rebel leader vice president
  • WHO warns of global shortage of medical equipment to fight coronavirus
  • Factbox: What will UK-EU future ties negotiations cover?
  • Slovak opposition gains, two government parties would be out of parliament: poll
  • China threatened to harm Czech companies over Taiwan visit: letter
  • Malaysia reports four new cases of coronavirus
  • Venezuela holds military exercises as Maduro attempts to show force
  • Turkey shuts Iran border, halts flights due to coronavirus
  • No rush on bill to allow mining on Brazilian indigenous lands, speaker says
  • El Salvador's president vetoes controversial war crimes law
  • Putin sacks prominent Kremlin ideologue, Ukraine hardliner
  • Official says China's Hubei province will continue with strict measures to curb coronavirus
  • Two wounded in Lebanon's Tripoli after bomb blast in residential building: sources
  • Driver of car that crashed into carnival is injured: prosecutors to media
  • U.S. offer to help Iran in dealing with coronavirus 'ridiculous': Iran foreign ministry spokesman
  • India summons Turkish envoy over Erdogan's remarks on Kashmir
  • China encourages export of medical suits to meet overseas demand amid virus outbreak
  • Iran's Guards allocate facilities to tackle coronavirus outbreak
  • Britain's government spent 4.4 billion pounds on Brexit planning
  • South Korea, Iran, Italy and Japan are greatest virus concern: WHO
  • South Sudan cuts number of states from 32 to 10, unlocking peace process
  • U.S.-Taliban deal puts Qatar on stronger footing with Washington
  • With selfie, Ukrainian health minister joins coronavirus evacuees in quarantine
  • Libya shifts flights from Tripoli to Misrata amid heavier bombing