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  • U.S. spy agencies monitor coronavirus spread, concerns about India: sources
  • China allocated $15.6 billion in epidemic prevention funds by March 2 - finance ministry official
  • North Korea slams European nations for 'illogical thinking' over missile launches
  • Rolling in toilet paper: Australian family over-orders coveted commodity
  • Banned Thai opposition party says junta helped 1MDB cover-up
  • Migrants are boon for poor Roma villagers on Turkey-Greece border
  • Vietnam needs stimulus package to alleviate coronavirus impact, ministry says
  • Israel reports 10th case of coronavirus
  • Sports events affected by coronavirus epidemic
  • Prince William in Ireland on first senior UK royal visit since Brexit
  • Ethiopia passes law imposing jail terms for internet posts that stir unrest
  • Australia PM says to replace 'failing' Indigenous policy
  • Russia says rebel positions in Syria's Idlib have merged with Turkish army posts
  • Chile cracks down on femicide against pregnant women, minors, girlfriends
  • Hong Kong banks compare pandemic stress test with epidemic reality
  • Jailed British-Iranian Zaghari-Ratcliffe in good health, Tehran says
  • Saudi Arabia bars pilgrims and tourists amid coronavirus
  • Tell Prince Andrew to call FBI says message on U.S-style bus near palace
  • Hong Kong asks residents to defer non-urgent travel
  • Rouhani says Iran will never yield to U.S. pressure for talks
  • Number of chinstrap penguins in Antarctica has fallen sharply: scientists
  • No EU country plans border checks now over coronavirus: executive
  • UK government has not talked to China about building HS2 rail project: minister
  • Australian court to hear ex-Vatican treasurer's final appeal on sex offences
  • Factbox: Events affected due to coronavirus epidemic
  • German newspaper cites Health Ministry as saying ITB travel fair should be canceled
  • Malaysia's Muhyiddin sworn in as PM, succeeding Mahathir
  • Canada tells travelers from Iran to isolate over coronavirus
  • Turkish military strikes airport in Syria's Aleppo: Anadolu
  • Coronavirus empties exhibition halls, but over time the show will go on
  • Myanmar put on money-laundering watchlist
  • As coronavirus crisis deepens, airlines slash costs
  • Prosecutors raid Costa Rican president's offices in data privacy investigation
  • What you need to know about coronavirus right now
  • Turkish police briefly detain Russia's Sputnik Turkiye editor-in-chief
  • Taliban accord hopeful moment but road ahead not easy: Pentagon chief
  • China's online censors tighten grip after brief coronavirus respite
  • Fear of virus unnerves castaway cruise ship's Cambodian port
  • Israeli mayor orders Palestinian 'surrender' billboards removed
  • Coronavirus risk at very high global level, says WHO's Tedros
  • Coronavirus shuts school attended by Swedish royals
  • Deaths in Singapore 'inevitable' as coronavirus spreads globally - minister
  • Indonesia confirms two more coronavirus cases, total six
  • Cyprus to shut checkpoints for first time since 2003 over coronavirus
  • Red Cross seeks safe passage of civilians and access in Idlib, Syria
  • Here come the brides in Northern Ireland's first same-sex marriage
  • Factbox: Coronavirus deaths rise to more than 3,300 worldwide
  • Luxembourg reports first coronavirus case: RTL
  • Australia's most populous state says fires contained for the first time in nearly six months
  • 'Open season on journalists': U.S. lawmakers want information on Saudi Khashoggi's death
  • 'Thank you' Queen Elizabeth tells Britain's spies
  • Coronavirus outbreak begins to disrupt booming China drug trials
  • Ex-taekwondo champ freed in Ukraine-Russia swap says she is captive again
  • Vietnam to suspend visa-free travel for South Koreans: Yonhap
  • Another wall goes up for Trump, this time in India
  • China's Hubei revises Thursday's tally of new coronavirus cases upward
  • Senior Mexican official quits, in latest blow to president
  • Qatar reports first coronavirus case in man who returned from Iran
  • Zambian police arrest 16 suspects after chemical attacks
  • 'All our dreams are gone;' Desperation deepens for Syrians as conflict intensifies
  • Ahead of Trump's visit, Indian city cleans the swamp
  • Beijing to fast-track new mask factory in virus fight
  • Iraq reports first coronavirus case in Iranian student
  • Iraq's Allawi withdraws his candidacy for prime minister post: tweet
  • Italian Senate votes to lift Salvini immunity over migrant boat
  • Cambodia PM says country 'will not bow down' a day before EU trade decision
  • Vatican acknowledges some countries still lack guidelines on preventing abuse
  • Members of church at center of South Korea's coronavirus outbreak visited Wuhan: KCDC
  • U.S. charges five with conspiring to violate oil sanctions on Iran
  • Passengers on ship turned away over virus fears disembark in Cambodia
  • UK working to organize flight for British nationals on cruise ship with coronavirus
  • Hungary confirms third coronavirus case in man who returned from Milan
  • Nigeria's Islamists targeting Christians to provoke religious war, says minister
  • Japan confirms its first coronavirus death: Health Minister
  • 'Parasite' star hopes film will help Japan-Korea cultural ties
  • Lebanon confirms three new cases of coronavirus, bringing total to seven: NNA
  • Exclusive: U.N. nuclear watchdog plans alert on Iranian stonewalling - diplomats
  • Ireland confirms second case of coronavirus
  • Child drowns at sea off Greece in first fatality after Turkey opens border
  • Bhutan bars tourists after first coronavirus case, India total hits 31
  • Chinese doctors using plasma therapy on coronavirus, WHO says 'very valid' approach
  • U.N. chief calls for Syria truce before situation 'entirely out of control'
  • First Italian dies of coronavirus as outbreak flares in north
  • U.N. rights boss denounces attacks, deaths in northwest Syria bombings
  • EU agrees new Libya sea patrols after Austria lifts veto
  • Greece reports 21 new coronavirus cases in a day, now 66
  • Iran has 92 coronavirus deaths, 2,922 infections: health ministry
  • Japan coronavirus cases hit 1,000 mark as Tokyo insists Olympics on track
  • U.S. arrests Mexican citizen in Miami for allegedly acting on behalf of Russia
  • 'All our dreams are gone;' Desperation deepens for Syrians as conflict intensifies
  • Coronavirus deaths rise to 145 in Iran, infections near 6,000: ministry
  • Iran's judiciary says 'CIA spy' will be executed soon in online statement
  • Vatican says pope only has a cold, symptoms not related 'to other pathologies'
  • South Korea vows 'reciprocal' countermeasures to Japan's coronavirus travel limits
  • Japan to suspend visas for Chinese, South Korean visitors, quarantine them
  • Ethiopia asks U.S. to postpone final talks on Blue Nile dam
  • Explainer: Israel voted three times in a year. What happens now?
  • Factbox: Indonesia bill relaxes rules from mining to labor laws to spur investment
  • Child drowns at sea off Greece in first fatality after Turkey opens border
  • Iran says turnout in parliamentary election was 42%: TV