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  • Putin says Russia does not plan to go to war with anyone - TASS
  • Saudi Arabia asks people arriving from four countries to self-quarantine
  • Turkey says 51 Syrian soldiers killed as rebels hit back in Idlib
  • Mexican government to resume search for miners killed in 2006 blast
  • Hong Kong finds coronavirus in pet dog samples, unclear if infected
  • S&P warns coronavirus travel restrictions could hurt Dubai's hospitality industry
  • Indian PM Modi calls for calm in Delhi after sectarian clashes
  • Berlin ITB trade fair canceled due to coronavirus
  • Bolivia's Morales slams block on Senate run, eyes legal challenge
  • Hong Kong records third coronavirus death: health authorities
  • Kazakh opposition leader detained on eve of protest
  • Avoiding hugs, OPEC officials greet with their feet amid virus outbreak
  • Ukraine constitutional court says scrapping old Supreme Court was unconstitutional
  • Polish opposition presidential candidate promises to rebuild ties with EU
  • German president warns of racist 'poison' at Dresden WW2 bombing ceremony
  • Six workers found trapped in illegal underground tobacco factory in Spain
  • Palestinians declare state of emergency over coronavirus: prime minister
  • Carnival-going Germans mock Kramp-Karrenbauer over far-right fiasco
  • Iranian accused of violating U.S. sanctions returns home from Germany
  • South Korea confirms 196 new coronavirus cases, total 6,284; deaths up by 7 to 42
  • German police confirm eight dead in shootings near Frankfurt
  • Malaysian PM Mahathir sends resignation letter to king - sources
  • Princess Haya: I feared Dubai ruler would abduct my kids
  • UK PM Johnson heckled as he visits flood-hit area in central England
  • Russia discharges second Chinese national to recover from coronavirus
  • Virus time crime: Hong Kong police bust toilet paper gang
  • Nine Turkish soldiers killed in air strike in Syria's Idlib: governor
  • Mayor in virus-hit South Korean city says outbreak may be slowing
  • Turkey says ceasefire holds in Syria's Idlib, Russia reports some shootings
  • First case of coronavirus confirmed in Lebanon: hospital source
  • Witnesses at London's Grenfell fire inquiry to be protected from prosecution: British AG
  • First Dutch coronavirus infection confirmed: health authorities
  • Ceasefire in Syria's Idlib comes at a cost for Turkey's Erdogan
  • U.S. grants sanctions waiver to ease humanitarian aid to Iran
  • Northern Ireland confirms two new cases of coronavirus
  • Qatar says talks to end Gulf dispute were suspended in January
  • Bruised Irish rivals allow Sinn Fein government initiative
  • Bulgaria names Russians charged with poisoning linked to Skripal case
  • Australia spy chief warns of "unprecedented" foreign espionage threat
  • Brazil confirms first coronavirus case in Latin America
  • Tibetan language learning eroded under China's 'bilingual education': rights group
  • Iran says virus death toll jumps by 17 with 1,000-plus new infections
  • Russian military source denies Syrian rebels took town of Saraqeb - news agencies
  • UK not planning to cancel mass events, health minister says
  • U.S. church group in West Bank tests negative for coronavirus
  • France reports two more coronavirus deaths, taking total to six
  • Canada to evacuate passengers from virus-hit Diamond Princess cruise ship
  • Samsung offers phone delivery service for test use to ride out coronavirus impact
  • U.S. to offer financial support for Ethiopia political reforms: PM
  • Nigeria's first coronavirus case traveled through Lagos before detection: minister
  • No political motive behind carnival incident: Germany's FAZ
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail leader says cannot rule out second election
  • Ireland's Sinn Fein demands place in government at Dublin rally
  • Taiwan to evacuate citizens from virus-stricken cruiseship in Japan
  • Who needs an Oscar? I'm popular in U.S. now, jokes Ukrainian leader
  • Israel confirms coronavirus in man who returned from Italy
  • Iran's Khamenei asks India to stop attacks on Muslims after deadly riots
  • Lockdown: Bad news keeps spirits low in Italy's red zone
  • Italian girl becomes Malta's first coronavirus case
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail leader says cannot rule out second election
  • Hong Kong flags record budget deficit as virus, protests cripple economy
  • Coronavirus deaths rise to six in Seattle area as U.S. pushes for more testing
  • Libya's Serraj says talk about resuming peace negotiations has been overtaken by events
  • Sixteen people running to become leader of Merkel's party: report
  • Lebanon government wins confidence vote from parliament
  • Rishi Sunak to be made UK finance minister: Sky News
  • Fourth person dies in coronavirus outbreak in northern Italy - RAI radio
  • Hunt on for 'patient zero' who spread coronavirus globally from Singapore
  • France to close schools in areas worst hit by coronavirus for 15 days
  • East Timor PM resigns after political coalition collapses
  • Widowed, imprisoned, detained: remnants of Islamic State in limbo in Syria
  • U.S. bans Sri Lankan army chief from entry, citing civil war abuses
  • U.S. relaxes restrictions on U.S. civilian flights over Gulf
  • Japan confirms six new coronavirus infections in Nagoya, Kyoto: Kyodo
  • Lebanon formally requests IMF technical help for rescue plan: government source to
  • Not over my backyard: Tokyo residents fight Olympic flight plans
  • Factbox: What will UK-EU future ties negotiations cover?
  • Cyprus 'golden passports' scheme a laundering risk, says watchdog
  • Prisoner 3870, alias 'El Chapo,' appears in rare Mexican video
  • Brazil lawmakers urge Congress to shelve indigenous mining bill
  • North Korea fires two short-range missiles into eastern sea, South Korea says
  • New coronavirus infection in Thailand takes tally to 42
  • EU Council suffers second coronavirus case
  • Russia's Putin says agreed deal with Turkey's Erdogan that lays ground for Syria ceasefire
  • Japan still preparing for Olympics as planned: Suga
  • Burundi opposition picks presidential contender as U.N. warns of rights abuses
  • World economy conference with pope postponed due to coronavirus
  • Algerian official: Protest ban 'not on agenda' over coronavirus
  • Britain's government spent 4.4 billion pounds on Brexit planning
  • Turkish defense ministry says two soldiers died in Syria's Idlib
  • Electric shock: China power demand drops as coronavirus shutters plants
  • Banned Thai opposition party says junta helped 1MDB cover-up
  • Australia extends virus ban on arrivals from mainland China
  • Kenya pledges 'valley of peace' legacy as veteran leader Moi buried
  • Two wounded in Lebanon's Tripoli after bomb blast in residential building: sources
  • Japan records first coronavirus death, two taxi drivers test positive
  • Turkey's Erdogan to speak to leaders of U.S., Germany, France, Britain: NTV
  • Who needs an Oscar? I'm popular in U.S. now, jokes Ukrainian leader
  • Factbox: The Dalai Lama - ten facts about Tibet's spiritual leader
  • Mainland China, excluding Hubei, reports lowest new daily infections