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  • Migrants target Croatian gateway into EU after Turkey opens border
  • Indonesia to evacuate 74 people from coronavirus-affected ship off Japan
  • Death toll rises to 32 in religious violence in India's capital
  • Japan confirms new coronavirus case in Ehime prefecture - NHK
  • Algeria deports Italian national infected with coronavirus
  • UK not planning to cancel mass events, health minister says
  • Russia's Lavrov, after Pompeo meeting, says felt more constructive U.S. approach
  • Coronavirus could impact Chinese purchases of U.S. farm goods: U.S. official
  • South Korea's Moon says situation 'very grave' as mass virus tests get going
  • PM Johnson says coronavirus top priority, as first Briton dies
  • South Korea and U.S. indefinitely postpone joint military drills over coronavirus
  • Indonesia accused of putting profit ahead of the environment with new bill
  • Libya's Haftar says any ceasefire would be contingent on Turkish withdrawal: RIA
  • German state minister: Owner of car used to flee shooting was 43-year-old German
  • Malaysian Belt and Road project tells some staff to work from home in China's Wuhan
  • Russian spy agency played role in Berlin murder of Georgian man: Bellingcat
  • Chinese tourist in France becomes first to die in Europe of coronavirus
  • Number of U.S. coronavirus cases of unknown origin climbs to four
  • Kuwait ports suspend travel and from Iran amid coronavirus fears
  • Nervy British lawmakers sweat over coronavirus reaching parliament
  • Kremlin hopes for Putin-Erdogan meeting in Moscow in early March
  • Thousands of Iranians mark revolution anniversary amid peak tensions with U.S.
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro gets the Rio samba parade treatment
  • Luxembourg reports first coronavirus case: RTL
  • Earthquake of magnitude 6.2 strikes Tanimbar region, Indonesia: EMSC
  • Turkey to oppose Pakistan blacklisting at anti-terrorism finance meet
  • U.S. flies 338 Americans home from cruise ship, including 14 with coronavirus
  • Indonesian military say Papuan separatist killed in shootout
  • Australia's first coronavirus death confirmed as former Diamond Cruise passenger
  • Pope to Catholics: For Lent, give up trolling
  • Germany unearths right-wing radicals in military after scandal
  • No place to go: Syrian families fleeing Idlib stranded on the roads
  • Despite Yemen violence spike, Saudi says talks with Houthis progressing
  • Brexit talks will be tough and short, but deal possible - EU's Barnier
  • Dutch, fearing coronavirus, brace for return of 900 students from Italian Alps
  • Philippines' Duterte says Trump deserves to be re-elected
  • Domestic Ivorian cocoa exporters competing with multinationals fear bankruptcy
  • Jailed Wikileaks founder Assange's health improving: spokesman
  • Italy measures against coronavirus strong, mission to Iran stalled - WHO
  • China reports 648 new cases of coronavirus, but infections outside Hubei falling
  • Philippines' Duterte to declare public health emergency to combat coronavirus
  • Coronavirus spreads in China prisons, Korean church as fears weigh on global markets
  • Cracked window forces passenger plane to fly back to Moscow airport - TASS
  • Overseas students in South Korea fear prejudice, isolation amid virus outbreak
  • U.S., South Korea may scale back military training over coronavirus concerns
  • Tunisian parliament debates new coalition with economy in focus
  • Escalating Idlib battle raises risk of direct Russia-Turkey clash
  • South Korea, U.S. defense chiefs to meet amid unresolved dispute on cost-sharing
  • Turkey's Erdogan says respects Gezi ruling, but protests were "heinous attack"
  • China doctors seek tougher discharge criteria after positive coronavirus tests
  • Germany's Leipzig Book Fair confirms cancellation over coronavirus
  • Chile braces for March protests as Pinera appeals for peace
  • U.S. agency investigating production of faulty coronavirus test kits
  • Samsung Electronics confirms coronavirus case at phone factory complex in South Korea
  • France says 16 people have died from coronavirus: health official
  • Australian court to hear ex-Vatican treasurer's final appeal on sex offences
  • Coronavirus spreads faster outside China, stoking global fears
  • Amazon headquarters in Madrid briefly evacuated after false bomb threat: police
  • Russia reports six new cases of coronavirus - Ifax
  • Turkey says two killed in car bomb attack near Syria border
  • Iran won't hand over 'damaged' black box of Ukraine plane: ministers
  • Iranian accused of violating U.S. sanctions returns home from Germany
  • U.S. Senate leader wants to pass coronavirus bill within two weeks
  • Europe could face more drug shortages as coronavirus squeezes supplies
  • EU foreign policy chief tells Turkey border developments unacceptable
  • Yemen's air strikes 'kill 31 civilians' after Saudi jet crash
  • Turkish-backed rebels say they seized town in Syria's Idlib in first advance
  • Putin says Russia targeted from abroad by fake news on coronavirus
  • Kuwait has 43 confirmed cases of coronavirus - health ministry
  • Differing U.S. documents helped fuel Afghan prisoner dispute
  • 'History disappears' as dam waters flood ancient Turkish town
  • Russia reports six new cases of coronavirus - Ifax
  • South African coronavirus case arrived home not showing symptoms: minister
  • Slovenia president names center-right Janez Jansa as PM candidate
  • Tunisia's parliament approves a coalition government
  • Brazil confirms second case of new coronavirus: Health Ministry
  • No kissing please, we're Swiss, minister urges over coronavirus
  • China 'virtual idol' avatars mocked and removed amid coronavirus crisis
  • Russia accuses Turkey of illegally sending strike drones into Syria's Idlib
  • About 100 Uniqlo stores re-open in virus-hit China this week, 250 shut
  • China reports big rise in coronavirus deaths, WHO sees no 'tip of iceberg'
  • Argentina's talks with IMF moving 'in the right direction': Mnuchin
  • Italian Senate votes to lift Salvini immunity over migrant boat
  • Palestinians declare coronavirus emergency as Church of the Nativity closed
  • Some victims of German shooting have Kurdish roots: Bild
  • Italian coronavirus deaths rise to 34, number of cases hits almost 1,700: official
  • Moscow imposes 'high alert regime' to stem coronavirus outbreak
  • Erdogan says to meet Putin, Merkel, Macron on March 5 over Idlib
  • Turkish delegation to visit Moscow to discuss Syria's Idlib: TASS
  • Italy battles 'explosion' of coronavirus cases as third patient dies
  • Iran rejects BBC Persian report of at least 210 coronavirus deaths
  • Kuwait suspends flights to and from South Korea, Thailand, Italy over coronavirus fears
  • Russia's Putin, Turkey's Erdogan could meet next week: RIA cites Kremlin
  • Swiss government lobbies for EU ties as 'Brexit moment' looms
  • U.S.-led coalition says troops returned fire in northeast Syria
  • Syrian army says it will respond to Turkish attacks
  • Kazakhstan bars entry to South Korean nationals due to coronavirus
  • Bahrain confirms six new coronavirus cases: state news agency
  • Phones of South Africa's state security minister, other officials, found to be cloned
  • Out of school, Japanese children are isolated together by coronavirus policy