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  • Bulgarian government survives no-confidence vote over water crisis
  • German car supplier Webasto halts China corporate travel over coronavirus: spokeswoman
  • Iran's only female Olympic medalist in the Netherlands: NOS
  • World leaders at Jerusalem conference condemn rising anti-Semitism
  • Russia says it will begin bringing citizens out of China from February 1
  • Disease that killed millions of China's pigs poses global threat
  • Lam courts Davos elite with dim sum, as Hong Kong scrambles to contain virus
  • Coronavirus patients arrived in France without symptoms
  • Factbox: What we know about the new coronavirus in China
  • EU: the more UK distances from bloc rules, the less market access
  • Spanish police free hundreds of dogs from illegal puppy farms
  • Ukraine wants larger compensation for its citizens killed in plane shootdown in Iran
  • New cases of coronavirus infections rise in China after two-day decline
  • Afghanistan President: Pakistan still shelters insurgents
  • Niger sprint star in middle of athletics' hormone debate
  • France urges all sides to back Libya ceasefire ahead of Berlin conference
  • Cuba wants nine years in prison for leading dissident Ferrer
  • Taiwan, China argue over flights for stranded Taiwanese in Wuhan
  • Poland, Israel condemn resurgent anti-Semitism at Auschwitz commemoration
  • In southern Poland, archaeologists discover WW2 plane wreck
  • Yemen's Houthis offer talks for Sudan prisoner swap via Red Cross: TV
  • Man quarantined after Hong Kong's first preliminary positive test for Wuhan virus
  • Iran health minister urges government to ban entry of travelers from China
  • Explainer: Rapid spread of China coronavirus fuels global alarm
  • UK's Harry and Meghan to drop titles and retire as working royals
  • Britain finalising details for Wuhan evacuation: UK PM's spokesman
  • 'We can't wait': Maldives desperate for funds as islands risk going under
  • Singapore bans China travelers to keep out coronavirus
  • U.S. expects U.N. sanctions on Iran to 'snap back into place': Treasury Secretary
  • Goldman says staff with mainland China exposure should avoid office
  • White House did not ask for a suspension of U.S.-China flights: official
  • Russian opposition wants big protest over Putin's plan to 'rule for ever'
  • Israel's Netanyahu will fly to Moscow on Wednesday: aide
  • Trump's 'deal of shame' dangerous for Middle East, says Lebanon's Hezbollah
  • Factbox: China takes major steps to prop up coronavirus-hit economy
  • Russia's PM designate says Putin's social pledges will cost $65 billion
  • Modi's guarded stimulus unlikely to revive Indian growth
  • Kazakhstan evacuates 83 citizens from China's Wuhan
  • Iran says it is ready to mediate between Turkey and Syria
  • Factbox - Britain's retiring royals: who are Harry and Meghan?
  • EU Commission advises staff to suspend non-essential travel to China
  • Merkel aims to get commitment to Libya arms embargo at Berlin conference
  • As China’s Xi visits Myanmar, ethnic groups rue 'disrespectful' investment
  • Turkey's Pegasus shares fall 4% after accident at Sabiha Gokcen airport
  • U.N. envoy hopes for, but cannot predict, speedy reopening of Libya oil ports
  • UK's Harry and Meghan to drop titles and retire as working royals
  • Japan approves spending for Self-Defense Forces in Middle East
  • U.S. announces more coronavirus cases, details quarantine plans for returning travelers
  • Gunshots heard at mall in Thailand where shooter holed up
  • Hong Kong protesters decry police inaction six months after brutal mob attack
  • Factbox: Commodity market impact from the coronavirus in China
  • Gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai attacked, imports from Israel unaffected
  • Australia's rainy respite from bushfires seen ending
  • Briton with new coronavirus traveled through Geneva airport
  • Taiwan president urges China to review policy after election win
  • Coronavirus to hit Canadian oil sector as energy project hangs in balance
  • Brazil′s Bolsonaro fires aide who flew on Air Force jet from Davos
  • Pakistan halts flights to and from China: civil aviation authority
  • European Union names first ambassador to Brexit Britain
  • China says new virus adapting and mutating
  • Morales' party names election runners for Bolivia vote
  • Iran issues more visas to Canadian team probing crash and helping families
  • High-speed train derails in northern Italy, two drivers die
  • Hong Kong leader declares virus emergency, halts official visits to mainland China
  • British PM Johnson refuses to comment on royal family's crisis
  • European powers in nuclear deal using dispute mechanism is a 'strategic mistake' - Zarif
  • Guatemalan leader says Mexico plans to contain new caravan
  • China's Tibet closes tourism sites to prevent virus spread: state media
  • Art lovers face Louvre lock-out as staff join pension strike
  • Hundreds of troops to help Canadian province recover from huge blizzard
  • Lufthansa, Swiss and Austrian flights suspended to and from China
  • Irish unity preparations price for Sinn Fein coalition support
  • China has confidence and capability to win the war against coronavirus: foreign ministry
  • Hungary to build more prisons to tackle overcrowding, halt inmates' lawsuits
  • Malta's new leader promises to keep strengthening rule of law
  • China's Chongqing city confirms five cases of new coronavirus
  • Companies in Beijing to resume work on February 10 due to virus fight: government newspaper
  • Plane carrying Canadian evacuees from China should land on February 7: Ottawa
  • EU court will not intervene in Croatia-Slovenia border dispute
  • Wilted flowers, empty cafes: China's small businesses bear coronavirus costs
  • Australia softens climate change rhetoric as bushfires, and voters, rage
  • What we know about the mass shooter in Thailand
  • Fish, financial services to be part of final EU-Britain trade deal: EU Commission head
  • Guatemala's president to discuss migration with Mexico, speak with Trump
  • Influential Iraqi cleric Sadr calls for anti-U.S. demonstrations
  • Thai police say at least 17 killed, 21 wounded in shooting
  • In China's locked-down coronavirus city, grocery delivery is a lifeline
  • German minister wants close security ties with post-Brexit Britain
  • Israel to build anti-tunnel sensor network along Lebanon border
  • Canada's and Iran's foreign ministers to meet on Friday
  • Southern Libyan oil fields face closure as pipeline blockaded
  • Hong Kong on high alert to tackle coronavirus outbreak
  • 'Regulate Us-Not Kill Us': Lagos motorcycle taxi drivers march against ban
  • Brexit to bring new start for EU, no fewer opportunities: Commission chief
  • UK PM Johnson to impose new restrictions on low-skilled migrants post-Brexit: Telegraph
  • Irish nationalists Sinn Fein demand place in government after strong election showing
  • French defense ministry to send 600 more troops to Africa's Sahel
  • Mass shooter killed in northeast Thailand: minister
  • India's ruling party routed in key state election
  • Hungarian teachers say new school curriculum pushes nationalist ideology