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  • China's Hebei province confirms first death outside epicenter of virus outbreak
  • Polish judiciary changes are a 'destruction': EU commissioner
  • United Nations says concerned about Mexico's actions against migrants
  • Factbox: What happens next after Ireland's 'ballot-box revolution'
  • It's a boy! Paternity leave looms for Japanese minister Koizumi
  • Migrant caravan gathers on Guatemala border to enter Mexico en masse
  • El Salvador president's power play stokes democracy concerns
  • China should consider cutting benchmark deposit rates: central bank adviser
  • Hong Kong bars Hubei residents from entering city as coronavirus fears intensify
  • Sending back climate refugees may violate right to life: U.N. body
  • Qatar Foundation rejects U.S. university's reason for scrapping event after anti-gay backlash
  • Hong Kong bars Hubei residents from entering city as coronavirus fears intensify
  • Fire erupts on Panama-flagged oil tanker off UAE coast
  • Exclusive: North Korea enhanced nuclear, missile programs in 2019 in breach of sanctions - U.N. report
  • Venezuela's Maduro proposes re-opening consular relations with Colombia
  • Bolivia pressures Argentina over Morales call for 'armed militias'
  • Northern Irish police arrest four men over killing of journalist Lyra Mckee
  • Turkey ready to act after reinforcing Syria's Idlib: official
  • World Court orders Myanmar to impose measures to protect Rohingya
  • Russians head to Turkey for talks on Syria's Idlib offensive: minister
  • Australia's Monash to open Indonesia's first foreign university campus
  • Magnitude 5.5 earthquake strikes near Karakenja in Tajikistan: EMSC
  • Alleged leader of Iraqi al Qaeda group arrested in Arizona
  • Nearly 50 dead, thousands displaced as storms lash southeast of Brazil
  • Pakistan closes Khyber Pass border with Afghanistan after 'mortar blasts'
  • Turkey says hit 54 targets in Syria's Idlib, 'neutralized' 76 soldiers: Anadolu
  • Libya reopens Tripoli's Mitiga airport
  • Chinese farmers, supermarkets race to supply food to locked down Wuhan
  • Australians boarding for evacuation from China as virus deaths mount
  • Russia's consumer safety watchdog, after reporting two cases, says virus won't spread
  • Taiwan calls China 'vile' for limiting WHO access during virus outbreak
  • Putin: "Everything will be okay" for U.S.-Israeli woman jailed in Russia
  • Hospitals in China's virus epicenter launch public appeals for supplies
  • Turkish court keeps businessman jailed after lawyers walk out
  • Mexican ruling party roiled by chief refusing to step down in leadership tussle
  • Scientists question work suggesting pangolin coronavirus link
  • France to start repatriating nationals from China: minister
  • Main Irish opposition party would double vacant-site levy
  • Thai court could dissolve opposition party on anti-monarchy allegations
  • Russia sees no grounds to trigger Iran nuclear deal dispute mechanism: TASS
  • EU executive may seek injunction against Polish law muzzling judges
  • Australia volunteers feed wild wombats affected by bushfires
  • Saudi Arabia to screen travelers from China after virus outbreak
  • Japan's Abe strikes conciliatory note on South Korea, row may be easing
  • Regeneron, U.S. health department partner to develop coronavirus treatment
  • China to exempt taxes for imports of products related to virus control
  • Power back on, but thousands still homeless, in quake-hit Puerto Rico
  • China's cabinet to extend Lunar New Year holidays: state broadcaster
  • Two Malaysians brought home from Wuhan test positive for virus: ministry
  • Yemen's Houthis say recent attacks on Aramco, airports in response to air strikes
  • Disappeared Venezuelan legislator being held in state detention: lawyer
  • At Florida base, a mix of relief, anxiety in Saudi shooting aftermath
  • Trump might raise Burisma hacking with Putin: White House
  • Pension protesters try to spoil Macron's party in Versailles
  • Thailand coronavirus cases rise to 14, all passengers from China to be screened
  • Cambodia garments, possibly losing EU trade status, now hit by coronavirus
  • Britain advises against all but essential travel to Wuhan after virus outbreak
  • Brexit deal officially becomes UK law
  • Thousands light candles for victims of Thailand mass shooting
  • British PM Johnson refuses to comment on royal family's crisis
  • Storm Ciara disrupts more than 200 flights at Amsterdam's Schiphol
  • Factbox: The virus that wears a crown - New China virus is part of coronavirus family
  • UAE's Gargash: UAE unreservedly supports Germany efforts to bring peace in Libya - tweet
  • New video shows two Iranian missiles hit Ukraine plane in Iran - NYT
  • Iran says Canada's complaint over Ukrainian plane crash lacks legal basis
  • Bulgaria expels two Russian diplomats for espionage
  • Backed by soldiers, El Salvador's president briefly occupies Congress
  • Erdogan says Turkey starting troop deployment to Libya
  • New Zealand to bar entry to foreigners traveling from mainland China
  • Tech heaven: Drone academy students help map out Africa's future
  • Berlin summit on Libya did not discuss any sanctions: Merkel
  • Russia quarantines Chinese diplomat as coronavirus precaution: Interfax
  • 'We can't wait': Maldives desperate for funds as islands risk going under
  • Foreign powers to push Libyan rivals for truce in Berlin
  • Iraq top cleric condemns use of force against protest camps, urges early election
  • Bus falls into sinkhole in northwestern China, six dead: Xinhua
  • China to ensure power supplies during virus outbreak
  • G7 health ministers agree on coordinated approach to coronavirus: Germany
  • Companies in Shanghai cannot resume work before February 9 due to virus fight: government
  • French workers turn to sabotage as transport strike flags
  • Gilead working with China to test Ebola drug as new coronavirus treatment
  • China to step up countermeasures as virus outbreak grows
  • Cambodian opposition leader urges court to drop treason charges
  • Ukraine's president asks pope to help win release of prisoners of war
  • 'Stunning defeat': Fujimori's ghost fades in Peru after legislative gamble
  • 109 U.S. troops diagnosed with brain injuries from Iran attack: Pentagon
  • UAE says impact of China virus on oil demand should not be 'exaggerated'
  • And the Oscar goes to ... Planet Earth?
  • Shanghai Disney shuts to prevent spread of virus
  • Fourth person tests positive for coronavirus in England
  • Pentagon chief defends Trump after traumatic brain injury comments
  • China confirms 1,287 coronavirus cases, with 41 deaths
  • Beijing to postpone reopening of city's kindergartens, schools, universities: state media
  • WHO declares China virus outbreak an international emergency
  • Major summit on eve of Singapore Airshow canceled on coronavirus fears
  • Egypt sentences 37 to jail for joining Islamic State: judicial sources
  • EU to co-fund two planes to repatriate citizens from China's Wuhan
  • Venezuelan opposition barred from congress as armed group attacks lawmakers
  • Mainland China reports 89 new coronavirus deaths on February 8
  • Russia strengthens sanitary controls at borders over virus fears: Ifax cites watchdog