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  • More U.S. troops leave Iraq over potential injuries as Trump downplays brain risk
  • Mexico sets out justice reform that could aid U.S. cooperation
  • Lebanon must cooperate with IMF but needs a new government - Hariri
  • China says Taiwan's role in international bodies must be under 'One China' principle
  • Masks on, Chinese start holiday travels as alarm mounts over mystery virus
  • Chemical weapons agency employees leaked information, inquiry finds
  • Two die in Zimbabwe gold mine collapse
  • Madagascar floods kill at least 12 people, with more missing
  • 'OUT': Trump says he was right to remove 'insubordinate' NSC aide
  • Trump 'apoplectic' with UK's Johnson over Huawei decision: FT
  • UK press watchdog rejects Prince Harry's complaint over drugged wildlife article
  • Libya's Haftar committed to ceasefire, Germany says
  • Britain says death toll from new coronavirus in China likely to rise
  • Italy's 5-Star braces for splits as identity crisis deepens
  • Kurdistan's Erbil airport denies entry to three Chinese over coronavirus
  • Clashes in Iraq's Najaf kill 8 after cleric's followers storm protest camp: medics
  • Bus falls into sinkhole in northwestern China, six dead: Xinhua
  • Stop the hype over Taiwan at the WHO, angry China tells U.S.
  • Mercenary 'Mad Mike' Hoare dies aged 100
  • Wary of Iran, Gulf Arab states seen shrugging off new Lebanese government
  • Japan urges citizens to avoid non-urgent trips to Wuhan due to new coronavirus
  • Likely Irish kingmaker Green Party eyes aviation tax, megaprojects
  • Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan say final agreement on Blue Nile dam ready by next month
  • Myanmar, China ink deals to accelerate Belt and Road as Xi courts an isolated Suu Kyi
  • If nuclear issue is referred to U.N., Iran will pull out of the NPT: Iran foreign minister
  • Finnish paper workers' union agrees pay deal, ends strike
  • Greenwald lawyers ask Brazil to drop 'scandalous' criminal charges
  • Pope names first woman to senior Vatican diplomatic post
  • South African photographer of 'black lives' Santu Mofokeng dies aged 63
  • Thailand helps sea turtle swim again with prosthetic flippers
  • At least 20 people killed in stampede at church service in Tanzania
  • Eastern EU states threaten lawsuit over looming trucking reform
  • French plane brings more than 250 foreign nationals from epidemic-hit Wuhan to France
  • Ahead of polls, New Zealand's opposition party rules out deal with kingmaker Peters
  • China's northern Shandong province says all schools to stay closed until end-February
  • Factbox: Key facts about Wuhan, epicenter of China's virus outbreak
  • U.S. condemns Idlib assaults, stands by Turkey: Secretary of State Pompeo
  • Wind rips roof off in Polish ski resort, killing mother and two daughters
  • U.S. calls on Haiti to set a date for elections: Pompeo
  • Governments should decide on any evacuations from virus zones: WHO
  • Likely Irish kingmaker Green Party eyes aviation tax, megaprojects
  • Germany sets out broad aims for Berlin Libya conference
  • French defense ministry to send 600 more troops to Africa's Sahel
  • Singapore confirms first case of new China virus, another likely
  • Amid fears U.S. will pull troops from Africa, French minister heads to Washington
  • Israel approves travel to Saudi under limited circumstances
  • South Korean officials face eggs, invective as quarantine plane takes off
  • Honda to restart vehicle production in China on February 17 at the earliest
  • Australian PM proposes high-powered inquiry into bushfires response
  • Critics warn sweeping Mexican judicial reform threatens human rights
  • Russian defense and foreign ministers keep posts in Putin shake-up: Kremlin
  • Mali's president seeks dialogue with jihadist insurgents
  • Texas student who traveled to China being tested for possible coronavirus
  • Countries evacuating nationals from China coronavirus areas
  • China allocates $10.26 billion to fight coronavirus
  • Guatemala's president to discuss migration with Mexico, speak with Trump
  • Israeli surveillance software lawsuit goes behind closed doors
  • Thailand eyes limits on surgical mask exports as coronavirus cases rise
  • Facebook asks employees to put off non-essential travel to China
  • Trump's Mideast plan: What's in it?
  • Macron: France neither pro-Russian nor anti-Russian but simply pro-European
  • Nissan weighs restarting China production in Dongfeng venture after February 10
  • China heads into Lunar New Year on shutdown as virus spreads to Europe
  • Trump agrees with British PM Johnson on a 'Trump deal' for Iran
  • Chinese virus-hit city of Wuhan closes transport networks: state media
  • As bushfires threaten, Australian PM seeks greater federal powers
  • Bodies of two U.S. firefighters killed in Australia sent home
  • Escaping the virus lockdown in Wuhan would have torn his family, so he stayed
  • China says Pompeo spoke 'irresponsibly' in Costa Rica remarks
  • Kosovo parties sign long-awaited deal to form government
  • Sizing up Australia's bushfires
  • Russia questions feasibility of U.S. peace plan for Middle East
  • Malaysia's PM defends criticism of India despite palm oil backlash
  • NATO's image worsens sharply in France, United States, study shows
  • Lebanon 'hours away' from new government: caretaker minister
  • UK starts enhanced monitoring of passengers on flights from Wuhan
  • El Salvador's top Anglican bishop urges U.S. to not deport son
  • Hong Kong applauds its financial prowess amid protests
  • Pompeo says Soleimani killing part of new strategy to deter U.S. foes
  • Johnson defeated on Brexit legislation for first time since election
  • Brexit could mean £5 billion tax loss from finance - academic
  • China to take stricter, more targeted measure to curb coronavirus spread: state TV
  • More countries back European-led naval mission in Hormuz: France
  • Iran's Khamenei says enemies' plots against nation are doomed to fail
  • News coverage of Australian bushfires highlight Murdoch family rift on climate
  • Colombia aims to eradicate 130,000 hectares of coca in 2020
  • Berlin wants to evacuate more Germans from virus-hit Wuhan: magazine
  • Turkey's Erdogan says developments in Syria's Idlib 'unmanageable'
  • Turkish foreign minister calls for enlarged NATO, Georgia membership
  • Italy's PM says would respect Di Maio's decision to quit as 5-Star leader
  • Thai mass shooter killed 20, wounded 42: health official
  • EU executive asks EU top court to suspend work of Poland's supreme court disciplinary chamber
  • Macron says wants 'useful' meeting on Libya, unsure on attendance
  • Mayor of China's Wuhan expects another 1,000 virus cases in the city
  • Ukraine authorities warn against non-essential travel to China's Hubei province
  • Millions in China banish virus blues with online games, video apps
  • Tajikistan to evacuate 58 people from China's Wuhan
  • China calls for work to resume on road, waterway projects by February 20
  • Virus anxieties cast shadow over Year of the Rat festivities
  • Nurse in Germany charged with attempted killing of five babies