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  • Senegal confirms second case of coronavirus
  • Coronavirus death toll in Italy's Lombardy region rises to 98 from 73: official
  • Slovak leading party pushes pensions rise in last-gasp before election
  • South Korea coronavirus cases surge to 2,337; BTS cancels gigs
  • Morocco may postpone sports, cultural events over coronavirus
  • Canaries hotel locked down over coronavirus as Spain reports first mainland cases
  • Turkey says Syria dispute won't affect Russian S-400 defense deal
  • Avoiding hugs, OPEC officials greet with their feet amid virus outbreak
  • South Africa's lobster catchers suffer in coronavirus fallout
  • Spanish coronavirus victim lived at infected Madrid nursing home
  • Irish hospital staff self-isolate over coronavirus
  • Malaysia’s palace denies 'royal coup' in appointing new PM
  • Rio braces for coronavirus risk during Carnival party
  • Germany sees no need for travel warning for Italy over coronavirus
  • Saudi Arabia restricts entry for Gulf citizens, residents - SPA
  • Another death reported from coronavirus in Hokkaido, Japan - media
  • Phones of South Africa's state security minister, other officials, found to be cloned
  • Coronavirus fraud: UK victims lose 800,000 pounds in scams
  • China says reports it fired laser at U.S. plane last month untrue
  • Bangladesh police kill seven suspected Rohingya robbers in raid
  • Factbox: News and quotes from Julian Assange's extradition hearing
  • Thai court dissolves opposition party critical of military rule
  • Blast at South Korea's Lotte Chemical shuts naphtha cracker; injures 31 people
  • Coronavirus spells brutal Valentine's Day for Shanghai dining spots
  • Russia and Turkey are close but will disagree, Lavrov says
  • At least 17 dead in Brazil's southeast due to rains
  • Think-tank report on Uighur labor in China lists global brands
  • Australia's NSW state to ease water restrictions after heavy rains
  • Egypt confirms first coronavirus case, says affected person is a foreigner
  • Family furor over Singapore founder's will deepens after tribunal ruling
  • Malaysian firm offers AI-based profiling of Chinese visitors for virus
  • Egypt reports first coronavirus fatality as German tourist dies
  • White House memo says strike on Iranian commander responded to past attacks
  • Russia says rebel positions in Syria's Idlib have merged with Turkish army posts
  • WHO says joint China mission to start coronavirus probe this weekend
  • Governor of northern Mexican state confirms new coronavirus case: media
  • Saudi Arabia reopens Mecca, Medina holy sites after coronavirus closure: state TV
  • Trump blasts proposed U.S. restrictions on sale of jet parts to China
  • Uzbekistan Airways halts flights to Seoul over coronavirus fears
  • International donors pledge 1.1 billion euros for Albania after earthquake
  • Violence resurges in protest-racked Chile, nearly 300 arrested
  • China's president says research centers to be set up to help contain coronavirus
  • Trump tells Sisi U.S. to pursue efforts for deal on Ethiopia dam: Egypt presidency
  • Coronavirus has spread to nearly all Iran provinces: president
  • Iranian security official accuses White House of cover-up about missile attack
  • Russia extends detention of ex-U.S. marine over alleged assault
  • Citigroup and Wells Fargo restrict all cross border travel as coronavirus spreads
  • New Zealand extends ban on China arrivals; no curbs yet for other nations
  • Erdogan holds emergency Turkish meeting over Syria's Idlib: sources
  • Azeri police detain opposition leaders, block protest against election result
  • Coronavirus fears create ghost town in South Korea after church 'super-spreader'
  • Trump says he had a very good conversation with Taliban leader
  • No investigations of ousted White House aide Vindman: U.S. Army secretary
  • Armenia charges former defense minister with embezzlement
  • Taliban rule out taking part in Afghan talks until prisoners freed
  • EU, Turkey in stand-off over funds to tackle new migrant crisis
  • Coronavirus emergency is 'Public Enemy Number 1': WHO
  • China coronavirus outbreak has not yet peaked -politburo
  • Portugal registers first two cases of coronavirus: health minister
  • Philippines' Duterte resumes loan talks with backers of U.N. drugs war investigation
  • Two more Italian residents test positive for coronavirus: official
  • Greek coronavirus cases triple after people linked to pilgrim test positive
  • Pompeo says Iran must be held accountable on nuclear commitments
  • German president warns of racist 'poison' at Dresden WW2 bombing ceremony
  • South Korea to evacuate Koreans from cruise ship quarantined in Japan
  • Libya's Haftar says any ceasefire would be contingent on Turkish withdrawal: RIA
  • Russia, Turkey set to discuss Syria conflict: Kremlin
  • Afghan president says Pompeo reports progress in U.S.-Taliban talks
  • Sweden ups risk of wide coronavirus outbreak in Sweden to 'moderate'
  • Gatherings banned, travel restricted as coronavirus cases grow worldwide
  • Saudi Arabia reopens Mecca, Medina holy sites after coronavirus closure: state TV
  • Hong Kong tycoon to roll out surgical masks as supplies run short
  • Russian-backed Syrian army seizes most of rebel-held Aleppo province: state media
  • Four Chinese provinces lower coronavirus emergency response level
  • U.S. carries out air strike on Taliban, calls for halt to 'needless attacks'
  • Iraq death toll by coronavirus rises to three: state news agency
  • Differing U.S. documents helped fuel Afghan prisoner dispute
  • Bosnia confirms its first two cases of coronavirus - health minister
  • 'Parasite' star hopes film will help Japan-Korea cultural ties
  • Hezbollah says it opposes IMF management of Lebanon crisis
  • U.S., Taliban reach violence reduction pact that could lead to U.S. withdrawal
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail to step up efforts to form a government
  • Recession, record violence hit support for Mexico president: poll
  • Turkish President Erdogan to visit Brussels March 9
  • China reports 97 coronavirus deaths on mainland on Tuesday
  • JPMorgan to test emergency coronavirus plans with some employees working from home: sources
  • Erdogan says military posts in Syria's Idlib will stand after ceasefire
  • Transgender tweets were freedom of speech, British judge rules
  • North Korea slams European nations for 'illogical thinking' over missile launches
  • Lebanon's president asks cabinet to start drafting 2021 budget
  • Turkey says world powers must impose no-fly zone in Syria
  • French fashion label Agnes B cancels Paris show due to coronavirus
  • Twelve coronavirus cases on Egypt cruise ship are all asymptomatic: WHO, health ministry
  • No place to go: Syrian families fleeing Idlib stranded on the roads
  • Indigenous community opposing Canada pipeline launches legal challenge
  • Cruise ship stranded at sea by coronavirus fears to dock in Cambodia
  • North Korea quarantines in place for coronavirus: envoy
  • Tokyo commuters bound for Olympic crowd crush as Japan Inc rules out work from home
  • Danish clerk gets six years' prison for stealing $17 million meant for the poor
  • UK government has not talked to China about building HS2 rail project: minister