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Shortly after the U.S. president congratulated Prime Minister Modi for leading a "peaceful" country, rioters created an atmosphere of terror in Delhi.
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The autocrat ruled Egypt for nearly three decades until explosive protests drove him out of power in 2011.
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The Japanese man credited smiling to his longevity.
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“We are faced with a watershed moment in the case of the coronavirus,” South Korea's president said earlier this month.
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The World Health Organization's director-general said the focus needs to be on containing COVID-19.
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Italy is battling the largest flare-up of the disease yet seen in Europe, with 3 people dying of the illness since Friday and more than 150 cases reported.
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Days earlier, video of the 9-year-old breaking down over taunts about his dwarfism went viral.
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The rapid rise in new cases are largely being traced back to church services.
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The peace agreement, to be signed on Feb. 29, will pave the way for a withdrawal of U.S. troops and intra-Afghan negotiations.
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More than 100 soldiers have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries in the wake of the Jan. 8 missile attack.
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One man suffering from stab wounds has been taken to hospital.
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A Japanese man and woman in their 80s, both of whom had underlying health conditions, have died after contracting COVID-19, Japanese officials said.
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The suspect and his mother were also found dead at home after the shootings at two hookah bars in the western German city of Hanau.
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They were expelled after the Journal refused to apologize and "hold the persons involved accountable,” said a Chinese official.
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Restoration of the "jewel" archaeological site — believed to have been a brothel — was officially completed this week.
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The Diamond Princess cruise ship is the only place where health officials have seen the disease spread efficiently beyond China.
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Liu Zhiming had mobilized all the hospital's resources to deal with thousands of sick people. He's at least the seventh health worker to die of the disease.
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The Cupertino, California-based company said Monday that all of its iPhone manufacturing facilities are outside Hubei province, the epicenter of the outbreak.
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The information offers the fullest view yet into how Chinese officials decided who to put into and let out of detention camps.
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Braving freezing temperatures, the loincloth-clad men participated in a prosperity rite during the day-long "Hadaka Matsuri" festival.