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  • Lebanon PM Diab: firing central bank governor out of the question
  • Fire kills Uzbek laborers in Siberian village
  • Irish farmers fire election warning shot with Dublin tractor protest
  • Electric dream: Britain to ban new petrol and hybrid cars from 2035
  • Eastern Libyan forces says ready and determined to achieve victory: website
  • 'I stayed alive to tell' - Auschwitz's dwindling survivors recount horrors of Nazi death camp
  • Russian lawmakers approve Mishustin as PM
  • Zurich police use tear gas, water cannons on World Economic Forum protesters
  • Mexican activist who fought to protect monarch butterflies found dead
  • Australia battles new bushfire threat as smoke cloaks capital
  • China's Hubei reports 103 new deaths on Feb. 10: health commission
  • French plane brings more than 250 foreign nationals from epidemic-hit Wuhan to France
  • Plane carrying Britons and others from China's Wuhan lands in UK
  • Russia recommends suspension of travel package sales to China over virus
  • China's virus-hit Hubei short of medical workers
  • Cyprus' plan to strip citizenship stalls in legal vacuum
  • Senator Rubio bringing Uighur activist as State of the Union guest
  • Colombia aims to eradicate 130,000 hectares of coca in 2020
  • Plane carrying Britons and others from China's Wuhan lands in UK
  • EU raps Russia for saying Poland helped start World War Two
  • U.N.-brokered Libya military talks begin in Geneva
  • Exclusive: U.S. halts secretive drone program with Turkey over Syria incursion
  • U.S. threatened Europe with auto tariffs over Iran nuclear program - Washington Post
  • U.S. military in South Korea imposes quarantine for troops returning from China
  • Thailand to evacuate nationals from China virus centre 'in matter of days': government
  • Turkish forces strike back after five soldiers killed in Syria
  • Court case of 47 Nigerian men charged under homosexuality law delayed again
  • China's Hubei province reports 69 new coronavirus deaths on February 6: state TV
  • Briton in French Alps may have spread coronavirus to others across Europe
  • Factbox: Queen Elizabeth's statement on Harry and Meghan's future
  • Iranian MP says Iran would be protected if it had nuclear arms: ISNA
  • Peru elects deeply split Congress with right-of-center tilt
  • Italian Sardines square off against Salvini ahead of crucial vote
  • Iran welcomes dialogue with Gulf neighbors: foreign minister tweets
  • Tajikistan arrests 113 alleged Muslim Brotherhood members
  • Pompeo says real reform key to international aid for Lebanon
  • Egypt orders retrial of monks sentenced to death for bishop's murder
  • Brexit supporter burns EU flag near Downing Street in London
  • Suspected Boko Haram Islamists kill at least 30 in northeast Nigeria: residents
  • Italy's Di Maio says resigns as head of 5-Star Movement
  • Nurse in Germany charged with attempted killing of five babies
  • Gas truck explodes in Lima, killing two and injuring dozens
  • Factbox: Potential candidates to succeed Kramp-Karrenbauer as German conservative leader
  • Despite shake-up, Putin rejects idea of Soviet-style leaders for life
  • Albanian PM sues Kosovo's Haradinaj for defamation over land-swap claims
  • Poland to hold first round of presidential election on May 10
  • India aims to double defense exports in five years amid resource crunch
  • Iran's judiciary brands UK ambassador 'undesirable': state media
  • Far from virus epicentre, China's Wenzhou city scrambles to curb outbreak
  • Israel drawing up map for West Bank annexations: Netanyahu
  • U.S. renews waivers on Iran nuclear work, but sanctions top Iran nuclear official
  • Data suggests virus infections under-reported, exaggerating fatality rate
  • China calls for work to resume on road, waterway projects by February 20
  • Arab League rejects Trump's Middle East plan: communique
  • Coronavirus causes slump in Chinese travel: study
  • Taiwan calls on China to share 'correct' virus information
  • Taiwan's China Airlines suspends flights to Wuhan
  • Cambodia confirms first case of coronavirus -health minister
  • Storm Ciara disrupts more than 200 flights at Amsterdam's Schiphol
  • Small, coastal Canadian community abuzz over possible move there by Harry and Meghan
  • Germany bans neo-Nazi group Combat 18, launches raids
  • 'Stunning defeat': Fujimori's ghost fades in Peru after legislative gamble
  • Brazilian tribes back manifesto to save Amazon habitat from Bolsonaro
  • Putin appoints former economy minister Maxim Oreshkin as adviser
  • Sinn Fein draw level atop opinion poll days from Irish election
  • China says it is confident of minimizing virus transmission risks on planes
  • Plane brings Thais back from China's virus-hit Wuhan
  • Exclusive: Justice Department anti-human trafficking grants prompt whistleblower complaint
  • Turkey rapporteur says EU ready to discuss more refugee support
  • China fails to repatriate North Korea workers despite U.N. sanctions: U.S. official
  • North Macedonia hopes for NATO accession ratification in March
  • Erdogan says talks between Turkish, Russian, Libyan delegations going well
  • Kosovo jails eight over plot to kill president and prime minister
  • U.S. threatened Europe with auto tariffs over Iran nuclear program - Washington Post
  • UAE believes Palestinians and Israelis can achieve lasting peace: ambassador to U.S.
  • Iraq populist cleric calls for anti-U.S. demonstrations on Sunday
  • Turkey reinforces troops in Syria's Idlib, talks with Russia
  • Burkina Faso approves state backing for vigilantes fighting jihadists
  • British scientist makes breakthrough in race for coronavirus vaccine: Sky
  • Honda to restart vehicle production in China on February 17 at the earliest
  • Australia scientists to share lab-grown coronavirus to hasten vaccine efforts
  • China's coronavirus may help boost U.S. jobs: Ross
  • Exclusive: U.N. sanctions experts warn - stay away from North Korea cryptocurrency conference
  • Seeking path back to power, Salvini targets Italian left's fiefdom
  • Iraq top cleric condemns use of force against protest camps, urges early election
  • Oman says supports Saudi readiness to react to virus impact on oil market
  • EU parliament condemns rights crackdown in Burundi ahead of 2020 election
  • Ottawa dismisses as 'nonsense' Iran's claim few crash victims were Canadian
  • Facebook asks employees to put off non-essential travel to China
  • Putin says he wants Russian law to trump international treaties
  • Italy government agrees state of emergency after confirmed coronavirus cases: government source
  • Modi's guarded stimulus unlikely to revive Indian growth
  • Pain still acute as Hungary's Jews mark liberation of Budapest ghetto
  • Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan to finalize Blue Nile dam agreement this month
  • Trudeau raises issue of detained Canadians with Egypt's Sisi
  • China will ensure ample supplies to Wuhan's markets, ensure price stability, Premier Li says
  • Netanyahu says peace plan would be base for negotiations: Trump
  • UAE transport authority says crew of Panamanian oil tanker rescued after fire broke out: report
  • UAE says working to put out fire on oil tanker off Sharjah coast: UAE media council official