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  • Hong Kong warns against travel to South Korea as virus spreads
  • Turkey exempts visa requirements for some EU states, Britain
  • Factbox: Italy orders shutdown in northern areas to contain coronavirus
  • Malaysia PM vows to fight corruption after week of turmoil
  • Cash-starved Cuban state sells used cars for dollars for first time
  • France reports fourth coronavirus death, Macron says crisis could last months
  • Erdogan holds emergency Turkish meeting over Syria's Idlib: sources
  • EU says not yet planning travel restrictions over virus
  • Ethiopia passes law imposing jail terms for internet posts that stir unrest
  • Tokyo commuters bound for Olympic crowd crush as Japan Inc rules out work from home
  • France's Macron urges Turkey and Russia to agree ceasefire in Syria
  • Tunisia suspends northern Italy ferry services over coronavirus
  • Afghan officials discuss prisoner swap with Taliban ahead of U.S. troop withdrawal agreement
  • Some British embassy staff in Tehran evacuated due to coronavirus
  • Irish hospital staff self-isolate over coronavirus
  • Two Illinois coronavirus patients recovered and returned home: governor
  • Airbnb extends booking suspension in Beijing to May
  • Prince William in Ireland on first senior UK royal visit since Brexit
  • Sinn Fein path to power blocked as Fianna Fail rules out deal
  • Wuhan closes makeshift hospital as new coronavirus cases in China drop sharply
  • Results from Chinese drug trials for coronavirus due in weeks: expert
  • Soccer: Former FIFA secretary general Valcke and BeIN sports chairman indicted
  • Parents' lawsuit accuses Japan of double standard on child 'abductions'
  • Candidates linked to Iran's Revolutionary Guards leading in election in capital: Fars
  • Feeling 'caged' by coronavirus alarm, pope delivers Sunday address over internet
  • Coronavirus now poses 'very high' risk at global level: WHO
  • Russia asks Canada to hand over files on ex-Nazi death squad member
  • Malaysia's Mahathir proposes to lead 'unity government': sources
  • U.N. says Libya ceasefire talks back on track in Geneva
  • Israeli exit polls show election victory within Netanyahu's grasp
  • Monkey business at Bansky's Bethlehem hotel masks coronavirus fears
  • Saudi Arabia bars pilgrims and tourists amid coronavirus
  • Another death reported from coronavirus in Hokkaido, Japan - media
  • China-led $280 million Kyrgyzstan project abandoned after protests
  • Protests in New Delhi against India's citizenship law ahead of Trump visit
  • California monitoring 8,400 people for possible coronavirus
  • U.S. to withdraw troops from Afghanistan in 14 months if Taliban conditions met
  • Pro-North Korea daily praises Oscar-winning 'Parasite' for 'exposing' South Korea's reality
  • In blame game, Greece denies Turkish claim that it killed three migrants
  • To preserve Shi'ite power in Iraq, Iran-backed groups turn to renegade cleric
  • South Sudan to form unity government by Saturday deadline
  • Coronavirus impact is overwhelming, Spain's hotels association says
  • Azeri police detain more than 20 opposition candidates at election protest
  • Turkey says 132 on flight from Iran to be quarantined
  • UK says number of coronavirus cases has risen to 20
  • Uzbekistan sends protective equipment to virus-hit China
  • U.S. airlines extend China flight cancelations into late April
  • Cyprus 'golden passports' scheme a laundering risk, says watchdog
  • Britain's new finance minister keeps March 11 budget date
  • Canada to evacuate citizens from virus-hit cruise ship Thursday
  • Brazil state judge accepts charges against Vale ex-CEO, others over dam burst
  • No rush on bill to allow mining on Brazilian indigenous lands, speaker says
  • Slovak opposition party OLANO takes lead in election: TV Markiza exit poll
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro militarizes his inner Cabinet
  • Russia reinforces Syria before Putin-Erdogan talks - flight and shipping data
  • Two nursing home residents in British Columbia test positive for coronavirus
  • India lifts some internet restrictions in Kashmir, opening access to social media
  • Ireland cautions against travel to coronavirus-hit areas of Italy
  • Sacking of UK minister who broke Northern Ireland logjam dismays Belfast, Dublin
  • UK PM Johnson launches inquiry into interior minister bullying allegations
  • Greek islands should not be migrant warehouses, residents say
  • Malaysia's Mahathir says to be PM candidate for former ruling coalition
  • Pompeo says violence in Afghanistan must stop for peace process to move forward
  • China foreign ministry summons U.S. representative, makes stern representations over WSJ
  • Sudan security forces crack down on protest over dismissed officers
  • U.N. asks world to fight virus-spawned discrimination
  • Trump says he does not mind if Philippines cuts military pact with U.S.
  • Gunmen kill TV journalist in Somalia, say?police
  • Iran finds millions of hoarded gloves as coronavirus deaths hit 66
  • Support for women's strike in Mexico gains ground
  • Spanish police arrest former head of Mexico's state oil firm Pemex
  • Iraq advises against any gathering to avoid spreading coronavirus
  • Ex-Guatemalan presidential candidate sentenced in U.S. drug scheme
  • Britain reports number of coronavirus cases has risen to 23
  • Egypt pursues criminal investigation into Egyptian academic studying in Italy
  • South Korea's Asiana Airlines asks cabin crews to take unpaid leaves amid China flight reduction
  • Amazon headquarters in Madrid briefly evacuated after false bomb threat: police
  • Taliban ready to meet Afghan officials but only on prisoner releases
  • Saudi-led coalition says it foiled attack on oil tanker off Yemen
  • France bans gatherings of more than 5,000 due to coronavirus
  • Malaysia PM vows to fight corruption after week of turmoil
  • Former European leaders say Trump's Middle East peace plan akin to apartheid
  • China businesses to restart at larger scale by late Feb, early March: Ministry of Transport
  • South Korea reports 210 new coronavirus cases, raising total to 3,736: KCDC
  • Kuwait suspends flights to and from South Korea, Thailand, Italy over coronavirus fears
  • Australia to hold wide-ranging enquiry into disastrous bushfires
  • Brazil prosecutors seek to remove ex-missionary from indigenous post
  • Seven killed, around 150 injured in Indian protest violence - police official
  • Thailand plans measures next month to help virus-hit tourism industry
  • Putin to discuss Syria with Turkey's Erdogan amid rising tensions: TASS
  • Hong Kong extends school suspension until April 20 to control spread of virus
  • Russia conducts first ship-based hypersonic missile test: TASS
  • Libya reopens Tripoli's Mitiga airport after hours of closure
  • Masked Israeli monitors count coronavirus votes, carefully
  • Motorcycling: MotoGP cancels season-opening Qatar race due to coronavirus
  • Turkey says to export fast-results coronavirus detection kit
  • Japan plans to order two-week quarantine for all Chinese, South Korean visitors - Yomiuri
  • Syrian government plane downed in Idlib: Turkey's Anadolu agency
  • Vice President Pence says just one American with coronavirus still in hospital
  • World must avert 'dramatic' effects of coronavirus on health, economy: U.N.'s Guterres