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  • U.S. senator Graham calls for no-fly zone in Syria's Idlib
  • Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 strikes Madeira Islands in Portugal, no injuries: EMSC
  • Senior Mexican official quits, in latest blow to president
  • Pope makes first public appearance following illness
  • Number of cases of coronavirus double in France, tally at 38
  • South Korea reports 123 new coronavirus cases, taking total to 4,335 - Yonhap
  • Iran says coronavirus has spread to several cities, reports two new deaths
  • Israel adds five countries to coronavirus air travel restrictions
  • Trump sees 'good chance' for accord with Taliban by end of month
  • Migrants are boon for poor Roma villagers on Turkey-Greece border
  • Ethiopia plans to release interim jet crash report as probe continues
  • A month after far-right scandal, German state elects far-left leader
  • Israeli exit polls show election victory within Netanyahu's grasp
  • Japan cruise ship coronavirus cases climb to 175, including quarantine officer
  • Work on Fukushima plant, halted during 2016 G7 summit, to continue during Tokyo Olympics
  • China says will repatriate overseas citizens if needed due to coronavirus
  • Kremlin hopes for Putin-Erdogan meeting in Moscow in early March
  • Large parts of China ease coronavirus curbs, many report no new cases
  • Coronavirus cases in Britain rise to 85 in biggest daily jump
  • Japan confirms four more virus cases, to close a school for two days
  • U.S. military says killed militant leader behind attack in Kenya that killed Americans
  • Think-tank report on Uighur labor in China lists global brands
  • China allocated $15.6 billion in epidemic prevention funds by March 2 - finance ministry official
  • Turkey ramps up Gulen crackdown with nearly 700 arrests
  • Members of church at center of South Korea's coronavirus outbreak visited Wuhan: KCDC
  • Taliban negotiators in Qatar to sign deal with U.S. to end Afghan war
  • Newsmaker: Bypassed no more - Malaysia's 'Malay first' PM takes over
  • Hungarians march to protest PM Orban's anti-Roma campaign
  • Malaysia's Anwar says he has backing of three parties for PM role
  • Beach volleyball event in China postponed due to coronavirus
  • Elderly man in Tokyo dies after catching new coronavirus: NHK
  • Austria blocking EU Libya sea patrols over migrants, diplomats say
  • Slovak leading party pushes pensions rise in last-gasp before election
  • Islamic State attacks Kabul gathering, killing at least 32
  • Leader of Merkel's party says xenophobia is poisoning our society
  • Sweden demands China release bookseller Gui Minhai
  • More than a dozen killed, hundreds injured as New Delhi riots overshadow Trump visit
  • Group of 900 Dutch students return from North Italy ski trip
  • Russia-Turkey ceasefire broadly holds despite clashes in Syria's Idlib
  • Iraq death toll by coronavirus rises to three: state news agency
  • Zimbabwe court clears opposition official facing subversion charges
  • EU interior ministers to discuss Turkey border situation on Wednesday
  • Indigenous community opposing Canada pipeline launches legal challenge
  • Twenty-two hurt after high-speed train derails in eastern France
  • South Korea boy band BTS cancels April Seoul concert on coronavirus concerns
  • WHO: global community not ready to take same measures as China to contain coronavirus
  • Saudi Arabia reopens Mecca, Medina holy sites after coronavirus closure: state TV
  • Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed turns to UK Supreme Court in battle with ex-wife
  • Iraq announces first coronavirus death in capital
  • U.S. ready to allow North Korea sanctions exemption to combat coronavirus
  • China announces wider health system reforms amid coronavirus outbreak
  • Thai army to transfer control of land after mass shooting
  • China's Hubei province reports 139 new coronavirus deaths on Feb. 14
  • Campaigners urge PM Johnson to 'turbocharge' climate plans ahead of U.N. summit
  • Syrian army will down any aircraft breaching northwest: state media
  • EU in dilemma over Turkey, but says migrants must not be allowed in
  • Italian Senate votes to lift Salvini immunity over migrant boat
  • Azeri police detain opposition leaders, block protest against election result
  • North Korea to cancel April marathon over coronavirus fears: tour company
  • Myanmar army clash with insurgents kills five Rohingya: lawmaker, residents
  • Haftar's forces ban U.N. from using Tripoli airport
  • British spies deny withholding intelligence from interior minister
  • China threatens stability in the Pacific: U.S. commander
  • Five wounded in suicide blast near U.S. embassy in Tunis: local radio
  • Exclusive: If Lebanon needs financial aid, France will be there, finmin says
  • Senegal confirms first coronavirus case: health ministry
  • With cries of 'it's fake', Wuhan citizens voice discontent
  • Tibetan language learning eroded under China's 'bilingual education': rights group
  • Thailand reports one new coronavirus case, total at 43 - health official
  • Iran says coronavirus has spread to several cities, reports two new deaths
  • Indonesia confirms two more coronavirus cases, total four
  • Alstom executive investigated over Italian train crash
  • China to stagger the return of students to school to curb virus: official
  • A mob out for blood: India's protests pit Hindus against Muslims
  • Canada's Trudeau demands from Iran independent probe into downed airliner
  • 'Like a zombie apocalypse': Residents on edge as coronavirus cases surge in South Korea
  • Saudi-led coalition says it foiled attack on oil tanker off Yemen
  • KLM apologizes after airliner crew's coronavirus toilet note sparks outrage in South Korea
  • Sinn Fein path to power blocked as Fianna Fail rules out deal
  • Turkey's Erdogan says he hopes for Idlib ceasefire in Putin talks
  • Chile changing: transgender student leader lends voice to renewed protests
  • Nervy British lawmakers sweat over coronavirus reaching parliament
  • Thousands in Montenegro march against religion law
  • Taiwan says U.S. flies bombers near island after China's drills
  • Turkey to oppose Pakistan blacklisting at anti-terrorism finance meet
  • Turkish President Erdogan to visit Brussels March 9
  • Coronavirus shuts school attended by Swedish royals
  • Gunman suspected of deadly shootings found dead - German police
  • PM Johnson's Brexit team seeks to evade Irish Sea checks on goods - Sunday Times
  • Philippines to declare health emergency after first community transmission of coronavirus
  • Canadian province Ontario confirms eighth case of coronavirus disease
  • Rationing and robbery: Coronavirus outbreak sparks toilet roll panic
  • 80-year-old U.S. couple smiles through virus quarantine in Japan
  • Iraq bans public gatherings on coronavirus fear; travel ban totals nine countries
  • Vice President Pence says just one American with coronavirus still in hospital
  • Death toll rises to 32 in religious violence in India's capital
  • South African coronavirus case arrived home not showing symptoms: minister
  • Erdogan says military posts in Syria's Idlib will stand after ceasefire
  • Congo military intelligence chief dies of heart attack, wife says
  • Trump administration seeks $2.5 billion in funds to fight coronavirus