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  • KLM apologizes after airliner crew's coronavirus toilet note sparks outrage in South Korea
  • Mahathir's colleague to be his party's PM candidate for Malaysia
  • BOJ reassurance on coronavirus bolsters speculation of global policy action
  • Kuwait to close Doha port to avoid interacting with Iranian ship crews
  • Lebanon's banking association calls for paying March Eurobond on time
  • Number of UK coronavirus cases rises by 46 to 209
  • India's use of facial recognition tech during protests causes stir
  • Greece tightens border with Turkey as migrants approach
  • U.S.-Taliban agreement expected to be signed on February 29: Pompeo
  • Kazakh governor to seek deportation of Chinese over coronavirus fears
  • Church at center of South Korea coronavirus outbreak sits silent as infections surge
  • Number of cases of coronavirus double in France, tally at 38
  • 'Inconspicuous' German shooting suspect kept racist views under wraps
  • Abu Dhabi crown prince talks coronavirus cooperation with Bill Gates
  • Britain and EU split over financial market access
  • Turkish strikes in northwest Syria kill 48 pro-Damascus troops: Observatory
  • Former Brexit minister Barclay becomes second in command at UK finance ministry
  • First Dutch coronavirus infection confirmed: health authorities
  • Fake news makes disease outbreaks worse, study finds
  • Japan confirms new coronavirus case in Ehime prefecture - NHK
  • Chinese doctors using plasma therapy on coronavirus, WHO says 'very valid' approach
  • Ivory Coast's Ouattara says he won't run for re-election
  • Australia to evacuate more than 200 citizens from cruise ship quarantined at Japan port
  • China reports big rise in coronavirus deaths, WHO sees no 'tip of iceberg'
  • Turkey's Erdogan to speak to leaders of U.S., Germany, France, Britain: NTV
  • Dozens of Rohingya face charges for illegal travel in Myanmar after fleeing Rakhine state
  • With stricken cruise ship, Japan draws criticism over coronavirus response
  • Beijing autoshow delayed due to coronavirus
  • Let's not 'short change' funding for coronavirus response: U.S. Senate appropriations chair
  • Mass shooting puts Thai army officers' side deals under scrutiny
  • Senior figure in Somalia's al Shabaab killed in air strike: state media
  • Merkel's crisis-hit CDU sets April 25 congress to pick new leader
  • President Erdogan's options narrow as Russia presses Syrian crisis to Turkey's doorstep
  • Russia: U.S. sanctions on Rosneft won't hurt our ties with Venezuela
  • India reports three more cases of coronavirus, including Italian national
  • France's Macron cancels events to focus on coronavirus response
  • China says will help manage Mekong as report warns of dam danger
  • Delhi's displaced scrape a living after deadly riots
  • French parliament claims damages from ex-PM Fillon in fake jobs trial
  • Europeans, Britain, China, Russia to meet Iran in Vienna on Feb. 26
  • Taliban ready to meet Afghan officials but only on prisoner releases
  • In Brexit Britain, there may no longer be too many cooks in the kitchen
  • Pentagon says may need additional funding to deal with coronavirus
  • Turkish delegation will visit Moscow to discuss Syria's Idlib: minister
  • U.S. rejects U.N. database of companies in Israeli-controlled territories: Pompeo
  • China's Hubei reports 1,933 new cases of coronavirus on Feb. 16: health bureau
  • Mobile World Congress in Barcelona called off over coronavirus fears
  • Vatican officials investigating sex abuse cases to visit Mexico on 'zero tolerance' drive
  • EU orders quarantine for staff who traveled to northern Italy
  • Yemen's air strikes 'kill 31 civilians' after Saudi jet crash
  • Quake hits near Iranian island, no casualties
  • Putin says Russia targeted from abroad by fake news on coronavirus
  • Iran's Rouhani says innocent people in Syria's Idlib should be protected: TV
  • Coronavirus fears lead Holy Land Catholic churches to give communion by hand only
  • Kosovo's new PM, cabinet accept halving of their salaries
  • Taiwan passes $2 billion package to soften coronavirus hit to economy
  • Syrian father, protecting daughter from trauma, turns sounds of war into a game
  • South Korea closes churches as coronavirus tally passes 3,700
  • Exclusive: Ireland's Fianna Fail to seek to form government without Sinn Fein
  • EU in dilemma over Turkey, but says migrants must not be allowed in
  • Guatemala's new anti-graft tsar sets sights on government 'ghost jobs'
  • Bolivia's Morales slams block on Senate run, eyes legal challenge
  • Two more people die from coronavirus in Italy: civil protection agency
  • Germany's SPD biggest party in Hamburg state vote, Merkel's party third
  • Milan offers some cheer to suffering bars as coronavirus cases climb in Italy
  • Head of Italy's Piedmont region ill with coronavirus -RAI
  • Bahrain extends suspension of flights to and from Dubai international airport
  • Iran says coronavirus has spread to several cities, reports two new deaths
  • Britain to consider next steps on Heathrow expansion after court ruling
  • Five wounded in suicide blast near U.S. embassy in Tunis: local radio
  • Police arrest suspected Polish drug gang boss linked to Krakow soccer ultras
  • Germany is at start of coronavirus epidemic: health minister
  • China finds spike in coronavirus cases in jails, officials fired
  • Indications of far-right motive for German shooting rampage: prosecutors
  • Two wounded in Lebanon's Tripoli after bomb blast in residential building: sources
  • Newsmaker: So near yet so far for Malaysia's Anwar
  • Samsung offers phone delivery service for test use to ride out coronavirus impact
  • More letter bombs found at Dutch offices
  • South Korea declares new 'special care zone' as coronavirus spreads
  • France's Macron says coronavirus 'epidemic is on the way'
  • Pope resumes individual official audiences, cancels group meetings
  • Afghan government agrees to postpone Ghani inauguration: U.S.
  • Another 67 people test positive for coronavirus on cruise ship in Japan
  • Hong Kong police fire tear gas as black-clad protesters return to streets
  • Pope resumes individual official audiences, cancels group meetings
  • Abu Dhabi's Etihad suspends flights to Hong Kong on low demand
  • Mexican President Lopez Obrador says unaware of probe into ex-President Pena Nieto
  • Euthanasia bill moves ahead in Spanish parliament
  • Bangladesh police kill seven suspected Rohingya robbers in raid
  • Factbox: Events affected due to coronavirus epidemic
  • New York City school cancels classes after suspected coronavirus case
  • Residents of evacuated Hong Kong apartments test negative for coronavirus
  • Chinese court jails Hong Kong bookseller for 10 years, Sweden objects
  • South Korea says to suspend visa waivers, existing visas for Japan: foreign ministry
  • Malaysia's UMNO and Islamist party agree to back Muhyiddin as PM
  • Family furor over Singapore founder's will deepens after tribunal ruling
  • Russia and Turkey are close but will disagree, Lavrov says
  • U.S. State Dept tracks 60 U.S. citizens in Japan following coronavirus outbreak
  • Norway detects its first case of coronavirus
  • Iranians vote in parliamentary election, hardliners set to cement grip