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  • Sudan agrees to compensate families of USS Cole victims: state news agency
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  • Iraq's Allawi withdraws his candidacy for prime minister post: tweet
  • Japan warns of coronavirus hit on tourism but keeps 40 mln visitor target
  • Turkey discusses with Russia steps toward ceasefire in Syria's Idlib
  • Dubai's ruler loses appeal to stop publication of judgments in UK court battle with ex-wife
  • Togo confirms first case of coronavirus
  • Pompeo to witness signing of U.S.-Taliban deal: Trump
  • Chinese province reports 11 new virus cases from Iran flights: state media
  • Camels evacuated from Libya's capital after port comes under fire
  • U.S. spy agencies monitor coronavirus spread, concerns about India: sources
  • Senate rebukes Trump, votes to limit Iran war making ability
  • Taiwan says U.S. flies bombers near island after China's drills
  • Saudi, Egypt, Bahrain to resume Qatar post services despite dispute
  • Tehran-backed Hezbollah steps in to guide Iraqi militias in Soleimani's wake
  • India's use of facial recognition tech during protests causes stir
  • Two more arrested over Vietnamese truck deaths, UK police say
  • Russia asks Canada to hand over files on ex-Nazi death squad member
  • China city offers $1,400 reward for virus patients who report to authorities
  • Questions outnumber answers for generations of refugees as Afghan peace deal nears
  • Cruise passengers shunned over coronavirus to head home after Cambodia reprieve
  • U.S. arrests Mexican citizen in Miami for allegedly acting on behalf of Russia
  • Israel's Netanyahu pulls his punches after Sanders calls him a racist
  • Erdogan says two Turkish troops killed in Libya conflict
  • Results from Chinese drug trials for coronavirus due in weeks: expert
  • Mapping coronavirus: South Koreans turn to online tracking as cases surge
  • North Korea exported sand to China in violation of U.N. sanctions, group says
  • More coronavirus cases in Iran's Qom; religious gatherings seen at risk
  • Kremlin rebuffs Turkey's Erdogan on proposed Syria meeting with Putin
  • Erdogan says U.S. has not supported Turkey in Syria's Idlib: CNN Turk
  • China says WSJ admitted mistakes after its reporters expelled
  • Explainer: What's next in Thai politics after opposition party banned?
  • Protests in New Delhi against India's citizenship law ahead of Trump visit
  • Turkish court acquits novelist accused of Kurdish militant ties
  • Coronavirus could impact Chinese purchases of U.S. farm goods: U.S. official
  • Indonesia's frontline hospital defends policies to tackle coronavirus
  • U.N. says Libya ceasefire talks back on track in Geneva
  • British region of Northern Ireland confirms first coronavirus case
  • JPMorgan to test emergency coronavirus plans with some employees working from home: sources
  • Qatar bans arrivals from 14 countries over coronavirus fears
  • U.N.'s Bachelet urges Saudi to release women activists, uphold rights
  • For Syrians fleeing Idlib, Turkish border wall becomes symbol of their plight
  • U.S. says it stands by Turkey after attack on Turkish soldiers in Syria
  • Child drowns at sea off Greece in first fatality after Turkey opens border
  • Family says government did not protect young girl murdered in Mexico City
  • Syria's Assad says his forces' gains are "prelude" to rebels' final defeat
  • Hong Kong police fire tear gas as black-clad protesters return to streets
  • Trial to begin of former French PM Fillon over fake jobs scandal
  • 'Provocative' China pressures Taiwan with fighters, fake news amid virus outbreak
  • Turkish court acquits novelist accused of Kurdish militant ties
  • Ukrainian lawmakers vote to appoint Ihor Umansky as new finance minister
  • U.S. begins first coronavirus clinical trial testing Gilead's experimental drug
  • Factbox: Africa's longest-ruling leaders
  • U.S. Supreme Court conservatives lean toward Trump over rapid deportation
  • Dozens hurt as car plows into German carnival parade
  • Lufthansa Group extends China flight cancellations to March 28 over virus outbreak
  • Italy to ban public events to contain coronavirus: draft decree
  • Vatican police make new raid in investigation of London property deal
  • IMF says Lebanon requests technical help on economy, debt
  • Turkey deploys 1,000 police at Greek border to stem push-back of migrants
  • China confident epidemic will soon be over: deputy foreign minister
  • First Vatican coronavirus patient attended big conference last week
  • Haiti political morass fuels growing crisis of hunger, malnutrition
  • Quake hits near Iranian island, no casualties
  • Senegal confirms second case of coronavirus
  • Thousands of Cameroonians flee to Nigeria as violence flares
  • Mahathir says Malaysian parliament to choose new PM amid turmoil
  • Mexican lawmakers toughen penalties for femicide, abuse of minors after murders
  • Israel's El Al Airlines suspends Hong Kong flights over coronavirus
  • Five people killed in building fire in northeast France
  • Pakistan's largest city shuts schools for two weeks over virus fears
  • Pomp, praise and a divided legacy as Egypt buries Mubarak
  • Coronavirus could impact Chinese purchases of U.S. farm goods: U.S. official
  • Colombia confirms its first case of coronavirus
  • Italy coronavirus deaths near 200 after biggest daily jump
  • Australia closes first school after pupil contracts coronavirus
  • Nepal's Sherpa climbers to make rare winter ascent of Everest
  • China says earliest coronavirus vaccine to be submitted for trials late April
  • Hong Kong suspends schools for longer to counter spread of coronavirus
  • Venezuela holds military exercises as Maduro attempts to show force
  • Australia's first coronavirus death confirmed as former Diamond Cruise passenger
  • Several people found in container at UK dock, some need treatment: police
  • Mexico speeds up extraditions of cartel bosses to U.S
  • Polish police limit some drink-driving tests due to coronavirus
  • Merkel: Turkey's Erdogan shouldn't use refugees to show discontent
  • Saudi Arabia calls on citizens to declare Iran visits over coronavirus concerns
  • Zimbabwe plans subsidized shops for security forces
  • Exclusive: Ireland's Fianna Fail to seek to form government without Sinn Fein
  • France, Germany call on political solution to 'catastrophic' Idlib crisis
  • Macron's candidate for Paris mayor quits over sexting row
  • Greek police deployed at border with Turkey to prevent migrants
  • Taiwan to evacuate citizens from virus-stricken cruiseship in Japan
  • Erdogan, Trump discuss immediate halt to Idlib crisis: Turkish presidency
  • Bahrain reports two new cases of coronavirus, one a Saudi national
  • Abu Dhabi's Etihad suspends flights to Hong Kong on low demand
  • U.S. reviewing options to assist Turkey after attack in Syria: Pompeo
  • Iran calls on people to stay at home as death toll rises to 43