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Coronavirus: Rapid spread raises fears of global pandemic
More infections are reported around the world as governments struggle to contain outbreaks.
Coronavirus: Iran denies cover-up as death toll rises to 12
A minister rejects a claim that 50 people have died in Qom, the centre of Iran's Covid-19 outbreak.
Taj Mahal: US President Donald Trump visits the 'monument of love' in Agra
US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are visiting the Taj Mahal.
Mahathir Mohamad: Malaysian prime minister in shock resignation
The 94-year-old's surprise move comes amid rumours that he may form a new coalition.
Chile anti-government protests mar music festival's opening night
Protesters set cars alight near the venue of Latin America's biggest music festival in Viña del Mar.
Syria conflict: Inside the final rebel stronghold
Millions of people who have long opposed the Syrian regime are trapped at the border with Turkey.
Israel strikes Islamic Jihad sites in Gaza and Syria after rocket attacks
The militant group Palestinian Islamic Jihad says two of its fighters were killed, and vows revenge.
Canary Islands sandstorm: Flights disrupted as dust cloud strands tourists
Flights to and from the Spanish islands have been disrupted, leaving tourists stranded at airports.
Komla Dumor Award 2020: Seeking a rising star of African journalism
BBC seeks future star of African journalism for the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award 2020.
Gold price at seven-year high on coronavirus fears
Investors are flocking to the precious metal and jettisoning shares as the virus continues to spread.
'Fake jobs' trial begins for French ex-PM François Fillon
François Fillon stands accused of paying his Welsh wife for a job she allegedly never did.
Togo's Faure Gnassingbé 'wins re-election' amid fraud protest
Preliminary results from the electoral commission show Faure Gnassingbé received 72% of the vote.



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