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  • At least 17 killed as extreme cold sweeps across Afghanistan
  • Huawei CFO's lawyers argue U.S. extradition charges not a crime in Canada
  • Brazil sits out leftist Latin American nations' body on anti-democracy fears
  • Displaced and scared: Yemenis still in limbo after almost five years of war
  • Macron says France 'inflexible' over Iran's nuclear ambitions
  • Poland willing to mull compromise with EU on rule of law: justice minister
  • China a '21st century surveillance state,' U.S. defense chief says
  • Italy's Salvini loses key regional vote, in relief for government
  • China's Wuhan gets two billion yuan loan to help with fighting virus
  • Russians head to Turkey for talks on Syria's Idlib offensive: minister
  • Pompeo accuses radio reporter of "shameful" lying after testy interview
  • Thailand, Indonesia to share intelligence to combat insurgents
  • U.S. House chairman 'frustrated' Pompeo refused to testify on Iran
  • German coalition demands new elections in Thuringia after far-right row
  • Bolivian political camps struck as election race begins
  • Xi says China will resolutely curb outbreak of new coronavirus: state media
  • U.S. State Department warns against visiting China, citing coronavirus
  • Rabbis call for removal of church at Auschwitz
  • Why the 'devil' coronavirus has hit European stocks hard
  • Thailand reports 7 new coronavirus cases: health ministry
  • Spanish PM hopes to meet Catalan leader, Madrid to negotiate deficit targets
  • Health chief in Chinese city near virus epicenter sacked
  • China virus scare sends shudder through European luxury goods sector
  • China agrees to WHO sending experts to study virus
  • China's Sichuan province reports first death from coronavirus - state media
  • Zurich police use tear gas, water cannons on World Economic Forum protesters
  • China calls for more vegetable output amid virus outbreak
  • At home with couple who saved baby kangaroos from the fires
  • China urges medical equipment makers to step up output: state planner
  • EU's foreign policy chief to travel to Iran in de-escalation mission
  • Merkel protegee gives up chancellery ambitions after far-right scandal
  • Police kill man holding 20 women and children hostage in north India
  • Man quarantined after Hong Kong's first preliminary positive test for Wuhan virus
  • Philippines evacuates 30, including infant, from virus-hit Wuhan
  • Iraq's Abdul Mahdi stresses the importance of de-escalation in the region
  • Hamas' Meshaal says Palestinians working to foil Trump plan
  • WHO lauds Chinese response to virus, says world 'at important juncture'
  • Polish conflict over judges heats up after vote, court ruling
  • Chinese virus-hit city of Wuhan closes transport networks: state media
  • Record number of anti-Semitic incidents logged in Britain, again
  • As China’s Xi visits Myanmar, ethnic groups rue 'disrespectful' investment
  • New coronavirus outbreak in Chinese city of Wuhan
  • Brexit celebrations approved to mark UK's last moments in the EU
  • Pope asks Catholics to say 'Never Again' to the Holocaust
  • Johnson defeated on Brexit legislation for first time since election
  • Hunger, fear and death: an Ethiopian migrant family's story
  • Factbox: Russia's new PM pledges to accelerate work on national projects
  • Iran makes arrests in plane shootdown, police crack down on protests
  • U.S. sanctions Iranian commander over Mahshahr killings
  • Bomb on British-bound lorry intended for Brexit day, Northern Irish police say
  • China's Shandong province asks firms not to resume work before Feb 10: Xinhua
  • Twenty soldiers killed in Mali attack, government says
  • Indonesia's 'minority within a minority' celebrate Lunar New Year
  • Indonesia's Lion Air Group to suspend all flights to China from February
  • Thousands held on cruise ship in Hong Kong as authorities check for virus
  • Britain says U.S Middle East peace plan could be positive step
  • 'Our enemy is here': Iran protesters demand that leaders quit after plane downed
  • Russia: Iran was spooked by reports of U.S. F-35s when it downed airliner
  • In Japan, foreign parents lead charge against child 'abduction'
  • Britain, France and Germany urge Iran to stick to 2015 nuclear deal
  • Iran's Zarif says nuclear pact not dead, wary of 'Trump deal'
  • Brazil authorizes national security force to fight deforestation
  • Malta court condemns minister for clearing journalist memorial
  • Mounties, maple syrup, and... Meghan and Harry? Royal move could boost Canada brand
  • EU rejects Trump Middle East peace plan, annexation
  • Israeli defense minister pushes to extend sovereignty in West Bank
  • Morgan Stanley warns coronavirus could drag on global, Chinese GDP growth
  • Factbox: Estimates of global GDP hit from coronavirus disruption
  • Roche says closed Chinese cities hinder virus diagnostics test deliveries
  • Factbox: C-130 Hercules aircraft used as water bombers to fight fires around the world
  • Trump gives dramatic account of Soleimani's last minutes before death: CNN
  • Kremlin: Belarus has every right to develop ties with U.S.
  • Italy's upcoming regional vote will not decide future of government: paper
  • Philippines suspends Manila airport flights as volcano spews ash
  • Peru elects deeply split Congress with right-of-center tilt
  • French port town dreams of becoming post-Brexit duty-free haven
  • Young man killed as Baghdad protests rage
  • Rolexes and cars; Lebanese spend big to prise savings from the bank
  • Nigeria working to have U.S. travel ban lifted -foreign minister
  • Malaysia regulator to probe if AirAsia broke rules in Airbus deals
  • Joint peace efforts damaged by attack on Turkish army in Syria: Erdogan says
  • U.S. envoy sees China scaling back economic support for Venezuela’s Maduro
  • Mexico halts migrant caravan, deports hundreds to Honduras
  • Cold and humiliated, Syrians displaced yet again by new Assad campaign
  • UK advises against 'all but essential' travel to mainland China after virus outbreak
  • Netanyahu says peace plan would be base for negotiations: Trump
  • North Korea's Kim taps tough-talking military veteran as foreign minister
  • Iran will never seek nuclear arms, with or without nuclear deal: Rouhani
  • Turkey hits back after Syrian shells kill Turkish troops
  • Cambodia begins treason trial of opposition leader as criticism mounts
  • Mass shooter killed in northeast Thailand: minister
  • With Wuhan virus genetic code in hand, scientists begin work on a vaccine
  • Spain's Magaluf and Ibiza crack down on booze-fuelled tourists
  • Japan to quarantine cruise ship on which coronavirus patient sailed
  • Ireland's PM sets stage for possible February election
  • Romania justice minister picks chief anti-graft prosecutors
  • Malaysia temporarily bans Chinese visitors from Hubei to curb virus spread
  • Macau to suspend casino operations for two weeks to curb spread of virus
  • Citizens to get a say on how EU evolves after Brexit shock
  • Denmark's Little Mermaid vandalized with 'Free Hong Kong' graffiti