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  • Moscow rounds up stray animals, kills rats over coronavirus fears
  • Austria quarantines a dozen people after first coronavirus cases
  • EU extends arms embargo against Belarus, travel ban on four individuals
  • UK's Johnson says coronavirus is government's top priority
  • Iran extends voting in election by two hours due to 'rush of voters': TV
  • Virus outbreak a litmus test for Singapore's new leaders
  • Turkey says Syrian air strikes kill two troops near Idlib
  • Conservative Merz plans to run for German CDU chair: media
  • Finland's foreign minister faces probe over Syria repatriations
  • Saudi Arabia limits arrivals from UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain to airports over coronavirus: SPA
  • Thailand reports three new virus cases, urges disclosure of travel history
  • Australia extends ban on China arrivals to fourth week on coronavirus worries
  • Afghan political rivals issue parallel invites for inauguration ceremonies
  • Kremlin 'strongly rejects' U.N. allegations that Russia committed war crimes in Syria in 2019
  • Morocco reports first coronavirus case: health ministry
  • UK's Johnson says coronavirus is government's top priority
  • Qualify first, worry later: Marathoners say no time to fear Olympic cancellation
  • Moscow rounds up stray animals, kills rats over coronavirus fears
  • EU foresees 'very hard' talks with UK on future ties, warns on Irish border
  • Congolese president says army spy chief died by hanging
  • U.S. condemns detention of Venezuela opposition leader Guaido's uncle
  • Iran will strike U.S., Israel if they make the slightest mistake: Iran Guards commander
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Syria talks with Russia unsatisfactory, offensive 'matter of time'
  • United Nations Libya envoy resigns citing stress
  • Indications of far-right motive for German shooting rampage: prosecutors
  • Merkel protegee Kramp-Karrenbauer confirms she won't run for chancellor
  • S&P warns coronavirus travel restrictions could hurt Dubai's hospitality industry
  • Twelve asymptomatic coronavirus cases registered on Nile cruise ship
  • Bulgaria ready to send 1,000 troops to prevent migrant inflow
  • Wuhan closes makeshift hospital as new coronavirus cases in China drop sharply
  • Sudan fires scores of diplomats allegedly linked to Bashir
  • Uzbekistan detains 21 on suspicion of Syrian militant links
  • Malaysia anti-graft chief who probed 1MDB scandal quits
  • Wild card Roettgen enters race to take over Merkel's party
  • EU Council head urges Turkey to respect EU migrant deal
  • EU lists Cayman Islands, Panama as tax havens, spares Turkey
  • UK launches large-scale public advice campaign on coronavirus
  • Paris makes former Brazil president Lula an honorary citizen
  • China finds spike in coronavirus cases in jails, officials fired
  • Saudi-Led coalition carries out an operation in Yemen's Salif: state TV
  • Libya ceasefire talks going in 'right direction', U.N. envoy says
  • China's Hubei, epicentre of coronavirus, extends work suspension to March 11
  • Soccer: Former FIFA secretary general Valcke and BeIN sports chairman indicted
  • Slovak PM Pellegrini cancels schedule due to illness
  • EU Council suffers second coronavirus case
  • Coronavirus carrier faces jail in Singapore for lying over movements
  • Montenegro's president accuses Serbia and Russia of undermining independence
  • UK government has not talked to China about building HS2 rail project: minister
  • Battle against coronavirus turns to Italy; Wall Street falls on pandemic fears
  • Singapore bans visitors who have traveled to virus-hit areas in South Korea
  • Dozens of Rohingya face charges for illegal travel in Myanmar after fleeing Rakhine state
  • Nigeria's first coronavirus case came on flight via Istanbul, went to Ogun state: Lagos health commission
  • California monitoring 8,400 people for possible coronavirus
  • Greek islanders opposed to new migrant center clash with police
  • Fourth person dies in coronavirus outbreak in northern Italy - RAI radio
  • Ireland reports first coronavirus community transmission, cases hit 13
  • Virus spreads on cruise ship in Japan, U.S. passengers flying home
  • Uzbekistan suspends air links with Afghanistan, Iran, Italy
  • Head of Italy's Piedmont region ill with coronavirus -RAI
  • Factbox: Events affected due to coronavirus epidemic
  • Could warmer weather help contain the coronavirus?
  • Ex-Guatemalan presidential candidate sentenced in U.S. drug scheme
  • Indonesia seeks Saudi help over suspension of entry for Umrah pilgrimage
  • Number of chinstrap penguins in Antarctica has fallen sharply: scientists
  • Russia sends warships to Syria, blames Ankara for killing of Turkish troops
  • Merkel allies press for swift resolution of succession question
  • Three more Chinese regions lower emergency response level as virus threat recedes
  • KLM apologizes after airliner crew's coronavirus toilet note sparks outrage in South Korea
  • Amazon headquarters in Madrid briefly evacuated after false bomb threat: police
  • France's Macron says coronavirus 'epidemic is on the way'
  • Dozens of Rohingya face charges for illegal travel in Myanmar after fleeing Rakhine state
  • China's Hubei province reports 93 new coronavirus deaths
  • Australian university offers Chinese students $1,000 to return via third country
  • U.S. delays returning more 1MDB funds to Malaysia, sources say
  • China allocated $15.6 billion in epidemic prevention funds by March 2 - finance ministry official
  • Swiss death toll from new coronavirus rises to two
  • As Myanmar farmers lose their land, sand mining for Singapore is blamed
  • Kremlin urges Turkey to protect Russia's diplomatic facilities in Turkey: RIA
  • Governor of northern Mexican state confirms new coronavirus case: media
  • 'Evolving like Pokemon', Hong Kong women step up to protest frontlines
  • Late Uzbek leader's daughter asks his successor for clemency
  • Japan confirms new coronavirus infection in Kobe: Kyodo
  • Turkey says opening frontier for migrants will not hurt ties with West
  • Two Russians detained in Sweden over hammer attack on Chechen blogger
  • China allocated $15.6 billion in epidemic prevention funds by March 2 - finance ministry official
  • Turkey arrests captain of crashed Pegasus flight in Istanbul: Anadolu
  • Italy lockdown: playing Superman and cards to while away time in quarantine
  • Johnson's baby power: British PM and his girlfriend are expecting first child
  • Venezuela holds military exercises as Maduro attempts to show force
  • Explainer: Why is Israel holding its third election in a year?
  • Greek police fire teargas at stone-throwing migrants in Evros
  • Algeria ready to mediate in Libya ceasefire talks: president to paper
  • Sweden ups risk of wide coronavirus outbreak in Sweden to 'moderate'
  • Erdogan demands Syrian army withdrawal, says its losses just beginning
  • Lawyers ask U.S., Britain to arrest UAE officials for war crimes in Yemen
  • Rolling in toilet paper: Australian family over-orders coveted commodity
  • Second coronavirus death confirmed in England
  • Governor of northern Mexican state confirms new coronavirus case: media
  • Scramble to track Cambodia cruise passengers after coronavirus case reported
  • Azeri police detain opposition leaders, block protest against election result