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  • Facebook says it dismantles Russian intelligence operation targeting Ukraine
  • Planned mass women's strike in Mexico like 'Cinderella' dream come true, organizer says
  • Moscow rounds up stray animals, kills rats over coronavirus fears
  • Russian-backed Syrian army seizes most of rebel-held Aleppo province: state media
  • EU sees risk of slide into major international conflict in Idlib
  • Bethlehem deserted after Palestinians declare coronavirus emergency
  • Coronavirus outbreak seen so far having 'marginal' impact on EU economy: sources
  • Iranian hackers targeted Western universities: report
  • Backstory - 'This is a special time': Reporting from the edge of China's virus lockdown
  • Russian Jehovah's Witness adherent was tortured in custody, says lawyer
  • Russia hints at Belarus joining it in a unified state in exchange for oil deal: Lukashenko
  • Pakistan's largest city shuts schools for two weeks over virus fears
  • Australia's first coronavirus death confirmed as former Diamond Cruise passenger
  • Indonesia bill on family targets surrogacy, 'sexual deviations'
  • Dutch police: letter bomb at Unisys office disarmed, nobody hurt
  • Dmitry Yazov, anti-Gorbachev coup plotter, ex-Soviet defense minister, dies
  • U.S. warship in Arabian Sea seizes suspected Iranian weapons
  • Several Turkish troops wounded in Idlib by government shelling, Observatory says
  • WHO says coronavirus cases stabilising in China, but outbreak could go any way
  • Palestinians protest as Israeli bulldozers clear land
  • JPMorgan restricts global travel to protect against virus: Bloomberg News
  • 'Feels like prison': Palestinian family cut off from West Bank village by Israeli barrier
  • Pakistan jails Islamist accused of Mumbai attacks for terrorism financing
  • As coronavirus crisis deepens, airlines slash costs
  • Syrian government forces re-enter strategic town, Turkey vows to keep up strikes
  • Second person dies of coronavirus in France
  • No coalition without Merkel, say German Social Democrats
  • Australian court to hear ex-Vatican treasurer's final appeal on sex offences
  • Cyprus, Portugal among states rebuked by EU over delays in money-laundering reforms
  • South Korea on highest alert against coronavirus as virus cases soar
  • Afghan government agrees to postpone Ghani inauguration: U.S.
  • Chinese family members allowed on latest virus evacuation flight to South Korea
  • Italy arrests ship's captain over alleged Libya arms trafficking
  • Putin and Erdogan discuss conflict in Syria's Idlib province
  • Spaniards repatriated from China to be discharged, no virus found
  • 'I could fall to my death:' tightrope walker Wallenda readies to cross active volcano
  • Pro-euthanasia bills get green light in Portugal, negotiations ahead
  • Netanyahu revives settlement plan opponents say cuts off East Jerusalem
  • Pakistan confirms first two cases of coronavirus, in travelers from Iran: minister
  • U.S. imposes new rules on state-owned Chinese media over propaganda concerns
  • Cruise passengers shunned over coronavirus to head home after Cambodia reprieve
  • El Salvador approves law to prosecute civil war crimes, president to veto
  • Hundreds join protest against ban of opposition party in Thailand
  • Swiss death toll from new coronavirus rises to two
  • Ukraine president jettisons PM in search for 'new brains' to revive economy
  • Russia says Turkey trying to push 130,000 refugees from Syria into Greece: Interfax
  • Indonesia says nothing to hide after no coronavirus cases detected
  • France bans large gatherings as coronavirus toll rises
  • Australia's bushfire-stricken state pays tribute to 25 victims
  • Twelve asymptomatic coronavirus cases registered on Nile cruise ship
  • Russia and Turkey failed to reach agreement at Syria talks: Lavrov
  • Italy's coronavirus outbreak spreads south, death toll rises
  • Israel's Netanyahu seeks settlers' votes with annexation pledge
  • Coronavirus empties exhibition halls, but over time the show will go on
  • 'I could fall to my death:' tightrope walker Wallenda readies to cross active volcano
  • Guatemala's new anti-graft tsar sets sights on government 'ghost jobs'
  • Italian coronavirus deaths jump to 107, cases climb above 3,000
  • Singapore's biggest daily jump in new coronavirus cases takes tally to 58
  • Shanghai says visitors entering from virus-hit countries must be quarantined
  • South Korea reports 219 new coronavirus cases, total at 3,150
  • Qualify first, worry later: Marathoners say no time to fear Olympic cancellation
  • Sudan agrees to compensate families of USS Cole victims: state news agency
  • Motive of German driver in 'terrible' carnival incident still unclear: minister
  • Coronavirus cases climb to 621 on Japan cruise liner as some passengers leave
  • Traveler placed in coronavirus quarantine in Netherlands
  • All Ukrainians being evacuated from China in healthy condition: deputy health minister
  • China's Xi pledges to minimise impact of virus
  • El Salvador approves law to prosecute civil war crimes, president to veto
  • U.S. relaxes restrictions on U.S. civilian flights over Gulf
  • U.S. says it stands by Turkey after attack on Turkish soldiers in Syria
  • Russian ex-prison official jailed for extortion kills himself in court
  • Ukraine PM says not resigned but consultations continue
  • Pakistan expects reprieve at global anti-terror financing meeting
  • Islamic State attacks Kabul gathering, killing at least 32
  • Malaysia's opposition parties call for elections
  • Iraq power vacuum: acting PM steps aside after designated successor quits
  • Third patient in England who tested positive for coronavirus dead
  • Indian generic drugmakers may face supply shortages from China if coronavirus drags on
  • Rouhani says Iran will never yield to U.S. pressure for talks
  • UK sets out 'battle plan' to try to contain spread of coronavirus
  • 'Enemies of the people': Coronavirus evacuees endure hostile return to Ukraine
  • Bahrain stops flights to and from Iraq and Lebanon until further notice
  • Lithuania confirms first coronavirus infection
  • South African president orders repatriation of citizens in Wuhan over coronavirus
  • Two-week U.N. gender equality meeting cut to one day over coronavirus
  • U.S. begins first coronavirus clinical trial testing Gilead's experimental drug
  • Britain's row with Greece over treasures spills into Brexit tensions
  • U.S. church group in West Bank tests negative for coronavirus
  • Israel's El Al Airlines suspends Hong Kong flights over coronavirus
  • Saudi Arabia suspends schools, universities over coronavirus fears
  • JPMorgan restricts global travel to protect against virus: Bloomberg News
  • Factbox: What the EU can do to tackle coronavirus outbreak in Europe
  • Workers strike at Mexican state news agency in austerity fight
  • UK coronavirus cases jump, PM Johnson says he expects more
  • Turkey says EU statement shows bloc using migrants as political tools
  • Hungary to boost border protection after PM Orban, Erdogan discuss migration
  • Khamenei loyalists may tighten grip at Iran elections
  • Pompeo takes veiled swipe at China on final leg of Africa trip
  • Iranian hackers targeted Western universities: report
  • UK police charge another man over deaths of 39 Vietnamese in truck