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  • Australia spy chief warns of "unprecedented" foreign espionage threat
  • Turkey says 51 Syrian soldiers killed as rebels hit back in Idlib
  • Barnier says EU will stick to Brexit political declaration
  • World economy conference with pope postponed due to coronavirus
  • Italian wine fair Vinitaly postponed over coronavirus
  • First Italian dies of coronavirus as outbreak flares in north
  • German police after carnival crash: No indication of danger elsewhere
  • Europe could face more drug shortages as coronavirus squeezes supplies
  • Israeli chief rabbi curbs a Jewish tradition over coronavirus fears
  • Kuwait says three people who traveled to Iran have new coronavirus - KUNA
  • Tunisian president to call early poll if government loses vote of confidence
  • Number of UK coronavirus cases rises by 46 to 209
  • Israel confirms coronavirus in man who returned from Italy
  • Turkey's Erdogan to speak to leaders of U.S., Germany, France, Britain: NTV
  • Costa Rica confirms first coronavirus case in Central America
  • Government troops seizes highway in northwest Syria as Turkey-Russia talks end inconclusively
  • Brazil's Vale knew Brumadinho dam was unsafe as early as 2003: internal report
  • South Korea vows 'reciprocal' countermeasures to Japan's coronavirus travel limits
  • Seven killed, around 150 injured in Indian protest violence - police official
  • Gatherings banned, travel restricted as coronavirus cases grow worldwide
  • Canada's tourism industry 'deeply affected' by virus outbreak: minister
  • San Francisco declares emergency over coronavirus
  • Russia sends warships to Syria, blames Ankara for killing of Turkish troops
  • U.S.-Taliban pact to cut violence about to start, Afghan minister says amid clashes
  • U.N. in talks with Turkey to boost Syria aid amid offensive
  • Iran coronavirus death toll reaches 26, many Friday prayers canceled
  • Bosnia war veterans become peace messengers as threats to stability rise
  • French soldier has died while on duty in Burkina Faso
  • WHO says in touch with South Korea on 'cluster of COVID-19 cases'
  • Total UK coronavirus cases reach 163
  • Chinese tourist dies of coronavirus in France, first death in Europe: minister
  • As coronavirus slams Italy, paralysis and anxiety spread
  • Coronavirus diagnosis method not changed in other Chinese provinces, regions: Shanghai health commission
  • Putin wants constitutional ban on Russia handing land to foreign powers
  • Colombia's Duque questions U.N. report on activist killings, human rights
  • France, Germany call on political solution to 'catastrophic' Idlib crisis
  • Iran starts election campaign with thousands barred from standing
  • Duterte terminates Philippines troop pact, U.S. calls move 'unfortunate'
  • France's Macron cancels events to focus on coronavirus response
  • Thailand plans measures next month to help virus-hit tourism industry
  • New York City school cancels classes after suspected coronavirus case
  • Global supplier India curbs drug exports as coronavirus fears grow
  • Iran's 'cup of poison'? Hardline win may point to eventual U.S. talks
  • Russia hints at Belarus joining it in a unified state in exchange for oil deal: Lukashenko
  • Canada says it aims to evacuate citizens from virus-hit ship this week
  • Montenegro's president accuses Serbia and Russia of undermining independence
  • Dozens of guests leave Canary Islands hotel locked down over coronavirus
  • Togo court confirms President Gnassingbe's landslide electoral victory
  • Japan PM triggers uproar with call to close all schools as Hokkaido declares coronavirus emergency
  • UK to evacuate passengers from quarantined cruise ship in Japan
  • As India coronavirus cases spike, experts daunted by prospect of South Asia spread
  • China asks low-risk coronavirus areas to resume visa, passport services
  • Lebanon reports three new coronavirus cases, bringing total to 10
  • Factbox: News and quotes from Julian Assange's extradition hearing
  • China encourages export of medical suits to meet overseas demand amid virus outbreak
  • Lockdown: Not everyone unhappy about life in Italy's red zone
  • Former Brexit minister Barclay becomes second in command at UK finance ministry
  • Iraqi PM-designate says he has picked cabinet, seeks vote of confidence
  • Russia restricts entry of Iranians, South Koreans amid coronavirus fears
  • Haiti orphanage fire kills 15, renews debate over unlicensed orphanages
  • 'Under Siege': desperate Mexico region uses guns, children to fend off cartels
  • Turkey to send more troops to Syria even as Moscow talks continue
  • U.S. CDC flags possibility of community spread of coronavirus
  • Turkey's green light for migrants alienates European allies
  • Iran reports further jump in deaths from coronavirus
  • Iran's election vetting body spokesman says honored to be blacklisted by U.S.
  • Exclusive: Ireland's Fianna Fail to seek to form government without Sinn Fein
  • First Vatican coronavirus patient attended big conference last week
  • U.N.'s Bachelet urges Saudi to release women activists, uphold rights
  • India set to dazzle Trump with pomp and circumstance as trade rows fester
  • Islamic State claims Algeria border attack
  • Several Turkish troops wounded in Idlib by government shelling, Observatory says
  • Saudi Arabia welcomes peace agreement between U.S. and Taliban
  • Turkey denies flouting agreement with Russia in Syria's Idlib province
  • Hundreds join protest against ban of opposition party in Thailand
  • PM designate Muhyiddin asks Malaysians to accept decision on his appointment
  • U.S. criticism of China is 'lies', foreign minister says
  • World must act fast to contain coronavirus: WHO's Tedros
  • Bolsonaro and son blast probe of Brazil hit man killed by police
  • S&P warns coronavirus travel restrictions could hurt Dubai's hospitality industry
  • Child dies, 1,000 migrants reach Greek islands from Turkey
  • Kyrgyzstan halts issuance of new visas to Chinese nationals
  • Japanese data on cruise ship coronavirus infections backs quarantine strategy
  • German minister moots sanctions on Russia over Syria
  • UK venue owners must plan for militant attacks: government
  • Trump's national security adviser says coronavirus could impact U.S.-China trade deal: CNN
  • South Korea on highest alert against coronavirus as virus cases soar
  • Fuel shortages put squeeze on Sudan's transitional government
  • Chile braces for March protests as Pinera appeals for peace
  • German top court overturns ban on assisted suicide services
  • China will raise tolerance for banks' non-performing loans amid coronavirus outbreak
  • Pompeo says Iran must be held accountable on nuclear commitments
  • Japan records first coronavirus death, two taxi drivers test positive
  • Guinea delays constitutional referendum due to electoral roll concerns
  • Syrian army clears barricades on Damascus-Aleppo highway-state media
  • Turkey says it will hit groups violating Idlib ceasefire
  • No 'smoking gun' in wartime archives of Pius XII on Holocaust, Vatican says
  • Dozens detained at Kazakh protests over activist’s death
  • Nigeria's Islamists targeting Christians to provoke religious war, says minister
  • Mahathir says Malaysian parliament to choose new PM amid turmoil