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  • North Korea says recent military drills not meant to threaten anyone: KCNA
  • UK court told Assange tried to call White House, Hillary Clinton over data dump
  • PM Johnson says coronavirus top priority, as first Briton dies
  • Erdogan says to meet Putin, Merkel, Macron on March 5 over Idlib
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Syria talks with Russia unsatisfactory, offensive 'matter of time'
  • UAE to disable all schools and high educational institutions for four weeks: WAM
  • Britain says has found ninth case of coronavirus in the country
  • Algeria flight suspension or protest bar 'not on agenda' over coronavirus
  • Australia ramps up epidemic preparation as third man dies of coronavirus
  • Turkey's Erdogan says main opposition should be probed for Gulen links
  • Bahrain stops flights to and from Iraq and Lebanon until further notice
  • Trademark delivering mock snub to Germany's Goethe wins court backing
  • Saudi Arabia prepares 25 hospitals to handle coronavirus cases: health ministry
  • South Korea reports 505 new coronavirus cases, postpones military drill with U.S.
  • Family of top Egyptian militant says it has not been notified of his execution: lawyer
  • Gulf states report new rise in coronavirus cases
  • Egypt bars Qataris over coronavirus fears
  • Chevron employee in London tested negative for coronavirus
  • Stranded by coronavirus blockade, Chinese man fights to get back to work
  • Factbox: Malaysian parties by the numbers amid political turmoil
  • China to tackle misuse of coronavirus funds by local governments: ministry
  • Australia PM says to replace 'failing' Indigenous policy
  • South African coronavirus case arrived home not showing symptoms: minister
  • Israeli court orders Facebook to unblock account of NSO Group employee
  • Founder of South Korea church at center of virus outbreak regrets 'great calamity'
  • Northern Ireland confirms two new cases of coronavirus
  • Iran starts election campaign with thousands barred from standing
  • Sudanese ex-leader Bashir refuses to deal with ICC: lawyer
  • Lebanon reports second case of coronavirus
  • Explainer: How U.S. markets will function if coronavirus breaks out in NYC
  • Pompeo sees inter-Afghan negotiations in coming days after U.S.-Taliban deal
  • China warns against travel to U.S., citing unfair treatment in virus control
  • Trump blasts proposed U.S. restrictions on sale of jet parts to China
  • Indian PM Modi calls for calm in Delhi after sectarian clashes
  • Trump calls for all cases stemming from Mueller probe to be 'thrown out'
  • Domestic Ivorian cocoa exporters competing with multinationals fear bankruptcy
  • Russia, Turkey agree ceasefire deal for Syria's Idlib
  • UAE coronavirus scare confines Danish champion Morkov to Berlin hotel
  • Italian Senate votes to lift Salvini immunity over migrant boat
  • China seeks help of national tech giants to track coronavirus with QR codes
  • South African coronavirus case came via Dubai to Durban
  • Pentagon says may need additional funding to deal with coronavirus
  • Greenpeace activist applies for top job at Poland's coal-burning utility
  • Wash your hands, Iran's Khamenei says, as coronavirus toll rises
  • Japan defends cautious approach on coronavirus testing amid concerns
  • Italy's coronavirus outbreak infects 51 people, kills two
  • Philippine workers allowed to travel to Hong Kong, Macau amid virus fear
  • UK health minister warns of 'tough' few weeks ahead
  • Coronavirus could be knockout blow for Hong Kong's once-thriving tourism, retail sectors
  • Toyota plans partial output resumption at all four China plants
  • Virus spreads on cruise ship in Japan, U.S. passengers flying home
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail, Fine Gael to meet for initial government talks
  • Family says government did not protect young girl murdered in Mexico City
  • Italian daily coronavirus deaths jump 57% to 366
  • NATO willing to expand Iraqi training mission to meet Trump demand
  • UK PM Johnson: Coronavirus will not stop me shaking hands
  • Factbox: Coronavirus deaths rise to more than 3,300 worldwide
  • Germany's SPD biggest party in Hamburg state vote, Merkel's party third
  • Filipina becomes first helper to contract coronavirus in Hong Kong
  • Malaysian parties call for election, reject unity coalition
  • Julian Assange put lives at risk, lawyer for United States says
  • Family says government did not protect young girl murdered in Mexico City
  • South Sudan President Kiir appoints former rebel leader vice president
  • Libya reopens Tripoli's Mitiga airport after hours of closure
  • Sweden ups risk of wide coronavirus outbreak in Sweden to 'moderate'
  • Russia says it, Haftar agree political settlement is only option for Libya
  • Lockdown: Bad news keeps spirits low in Italy's red zone
  • New coronavirus: what markets should watch now
  • U.S. Senate leader wants to pass coronavirus bill within two weeks
  • Malaysia's Mahathir quits at 94 but agrees to stay as interim PM
  • China reports 889 new confirmed cases of coronavirus on mainland on Feb. 20
  • Family says government did not protect young girl murdered in Mexico City
  • Trump to woo Indian executives during New Delhi visit
  • Erdogan holds emergency Turkish meeting over Syria's Idlib: sources
  • Uzbekistan detains 21 on suspicion of Syrian militant links
  • Lebanon government wins confidence vote as protests rock Beirut
  • In China, legislator says outbreak shows frailties of response plans
  • American woman from cruise ship tests positive again for coronavirus in Malaysia
  • Vladimir Putin inspects Russia's answer to Disneyland before grand opening
  • Starbucks' CEO says 85% of stores in China are open
  • Nine homeless drug users shot dead in Afghan capital: police
  • U.N. envoy condemns use of birdshot against Iraqi protesters
  • Erdogan to tell Trump that Turkey expects 'actual' support in Syria: official
  • Child dies, 1,000 migrants reach Greek islands from Turkey
  • Yes, but what was the question? UK PM Johnson asked about paternity leave
  • Egypt executes top militant extradited from Libya
  • NATO to expand Iraq training mission in response to Trump
  • UK blames Russia for 'totally unacceptable' cyber attacks on Georgia
  • U.S. disappointed with China's coronavirus response: White House adviser
  • Russia says agreed with Turkey to reduce tensions in Syria's Idlib
  • Total coronavirus cases in UK rise to 115
  • Dominicans take to the streets in protest after election suspension
  • Turkey says Libya's Haftar violating ceasefire, must be stopped
  • Saudi Arabia denounces Iran for accepting Saudi visitors amid coronavirus
  • Malaysia's Mahathir says he will return as prime minister if he has support
  • China warns of further action after revoking WSJ journalists' credentials
  • Russia and Turkey failed to reach agreement at Syria talks: Lavrov
  • China braces for inevitable big hit to economy from virus, says Xi
  • Honeywell sees surge in demand for face masks in North America, China
  • Chinese regulator promises to help firms resume work amid virus outbreak