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  • Italy to announce new measures to try to stem coronavirus contagion
  • Optimism, fear and expectations mark first day of violence cut period in Afghanistan
  • Greece says no shots have been fired against any migrant
  • India summons Turkish envoy over Erdogan's remarks on Kashmir
  • Cape Verde court finds Russians guilty in record cocaine bust
  • Ireland cautions against travel to coronavirus-hit areas of Italy
  • South Korea to raise disease alert level to highest as coronavirus cases climb
  • U.N. cancels some meetings ahead of climate summit due to coronavirus
  • Canada to hold talks with indigenous group in bid to end blockades
  • Dark horse of Slovak election woos voters with tough anti-graft message
  • Kuwait has 43 confirmed cases of coronavirus: health ministry
  • WHO says coronavirus cases stabilising in China, but outbreak could go any way
  • Turkey shuts Iran border, halts flights due to coronavirus
  • Tunisia talks on cabinet press on amid risk of new election
  • Double take as Brazil's Bolsonaro hams it up with impersonator
  • UAE records two new coronavirus cases, total number reaches 11
  • WHO reports 92 cases of human-to-human coronavirus cases outside China
  • Number with coronavirus rises to 45 in Kuwait as two more cases detected
  • U.S. jets carry out air strike in northeast Syria: Syrian news agency
  • Tokyo postpones training for Olympics volunteers over virus fears
  • Iran's judiciary says 'CIA spy' will be executed soon in online statement
  • Taliban peace deal story attributed to Fox Business withdrawn
  • Frankfurt flights suspended twice for drone sightings
  • North Macedonia confirms first case of coronavirus
  • Second person dies of coronavirus in France
  • U.N. Security Council to meet Friday on Syria: diplomats
  • Going to India: Trump set to open world's biggest cricket stadium
  • Pakistan confirms fifth coronavirus case
  • South African coronavirus case came via Dubai to Durban
  • Over 100 guests allowed to leave Tenerife hotel on coronavirus lockdown
  • U.S. senator Graham calls for no-fly zone in Syria's Idlib
  • Lebanon's Aoun vows accountability over financial crisis: Twitter
  • Guyana's Granger says ready to serve five more years as president
  • Hong Kongers turn out for indie club's last performance as coronavirus forces closure
  • Canada to hold talks with indigenous group in bid to end blockades
  • Austria seals off Innsbruck hotel after reporting first two coronavirus cases
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Greek soldiers killed two migrants on Monday
  • France, Germany call on political solution to 'catastrophic' Idlib crisis
  • European diplomats check India's loosening of Kashmir clampdown
  • Angola to bar entry of citizens from virus-hit countries
  • Hundreds of Americans flown home from cruise ship, 14 with coronavirus
  • Exclusive: EU fumes at Turk migration 'blackmail', mulls more money for Ankara
  • WHO says in touch with South Korea on 'cluster of COVID-19 cases'
  • U.S. shuts border bridge to stop migrants rushing across from Mexico
  • Donors, aid groups planning to suspend Yemen aid to Houthi areas: U.S. official
  • Samsung Electronics confirms coronavirus case at phone factory complex in South Korea
  • Factbox: Countries evacuating nationals from coronavirus-hit areas
  • India to purchase over $3 billion defense equipment from U.S. - Trump
  • Brexit talks will be tough and short, but deal possible - EU's Barnier
  • Russia orders woman back into coronavirus quarantine after escape
  • U.N. envoy condemns use of birdshot against Iraqi protesters
  • Exclusive: Tokyo has no 'Plan B' for Games despite coronavirus
  • Malaysia's Mahathir says he will return as prime minister if he has support
  • Syrian army clears barricades on Damascus-Aleppo highway-state media
  • Turkey's Erdogan asks Russia to step aside in Syria
  • Romania president launches new consultations to form government
  • South Korea confirms 196 new coronavirus cases, total 6,284; deaths up by 7 to 42
  • In Moscow - a prayer for China to overcome coronavirus epidemic
  • CPPCC studying possibility of postponing annual meeting: state media
  • Lockdown: Not everyone unhappy about life in Italy's red zone
  • Japan coronavirus cases hit 1,000 mark as Tokyo insists Olympics on track
  • Coronavirus more deadly than flu but containable: WHO's Tedros
  • Coronavirus and protests wreck Iraq's pilgrimage industry
  • Japan PM Abe says to ask all schools to close for most of March
  • Fearing coronavirus, Hong Kong's 'coffin home' dwellers stay indoors
  • Iraq closes border crossing with Kuwait amid coronavirus spread
  • Costa Rica seizes five tons of cocaine bound for Holland in largest ever drug bust
  • NATO willing to expand Iraqi training mission to meet Trump demand
  • Climate change lengthens Australian summers by 50%: study
  • Schools, universities to stay shut as Italy coronavirus death toll rises
  • Greece says it is determined to protect its borders
  • Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 60 to 188 - health authorities
  • Sudan stumbles through transition without fresh donor help
  • Turkey says opening frontier for migrants will not hurt ties with West
  • Brazil lawmakers urge Congress to shelve indigenous mining bill
  • Malaysia reports four new cases of coronavirus
  • Russian military source denies Syrian rebels took town of Saraqeb - news agencies
  • Japan confirms its first coronavirus death: Health Minister
  • Ford limiting company travel; two employees in China have coronavirus
  • U.S. ready to allow North Korea sanctions exemption to combat coronavirus
  • Factbox: What will UK-EU future ties negotiations cover?
  • Shanghai Fashion Week to go ahead online as virus disrupts events
  • Concerned by coronavirus outbreak, UAE advises against travel abroad
  • China's online censors tighten grip after brief coronavirus respite
  • Detained Tanzanian journalist freed after pleading guilty to financial crimes
  • German minister: support for Laschet as CDU leader not directed against Merkel
  • Brazil Health Ministry confirms first case of new coronavirus
  • Vietnam to suspend visa-free travel for South Koreans: Yonhap
  • Japan PM Abe says to ask all schools to close for most of March
  • With once-radical Podemos tamed, Spain's new coalition is happy - for now
  • Sweden demands China release bookseller Gui Minhai
  • Taiwan passes $2 billion package to soften coronavirus hit to economy
  • Sudan agrees to compensate families of USS Cole victims: state news agency
  • Scottish government confirms first coronavirus case
  • Israel carries out strikes on Islamic Jihad targets in Syria and Gaza: army spokesman
  • Russia to consider making former presidents senators for life
  • 'History disappears' as dam waters flood ancient Turkish town
  • China says will repatriate overseas citizens if needed due to coronavirus
  • U.S., Taliban plan to sign accord after planned week-long 'reduction in violence'
  • India's use of facial recognition tech during protests causes stir