Geneva auto show canceled as Switzerland bans…

The Geneva auto show is being canceled after the Swiss government announced an immediate ban Friday on all "public and private" events in the country involving more than 1,000 people as a measure to halt the spread of COVID-19

Turkey pushes migrants into EU after Syria losses

Migrants and refugees were seen moving toward Turkey's Greek border on Friday, after Ankara said it would no longer stop the migrants from entering the European Union. Turkey is furious from the killing of 33 Turkish soldiers in the Syria conflict.

Dog Quarantined After Testing Positive for…

A dog in Hong Kong has been placed in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19—but authorities aren't sure whether it has really been infected. Authorities say the pet dog of a 60-year-old coronavirus patient tested "weak positive" for coronavirus, Reuters reports. They say it is possible that the nasal...

Cruise Ship Docks At Mexico Amid Coronavirus…

​Authorities in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands turned the ship away after it reported a crew member was sick with the flu.

Prayers at fire-bombed mosques as India's riot…

Muslims are returning to the battle-torn streets of northeastern New Delhi for Friday prayers at riot-damaged mosques amid a heavy police presence

Small group leaves Canary Islands hotel in…

A small group of guests out of 130 cleared to leave a Tenerife hotel in its fourth day of quarantine over the coronavirus could be seen boarding a minibus on Friday, a video recorded by one of the remaining guests showed.

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Canada to Cancel Security for Harry, Meghan

It hadn't been clear whether Canada would continue to provide security for Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, when they're no longer senior royals. It's clear now. Canada has been providing security help since the couple moved there in November, the government told CBC , adding, "The assistance will cease in...

Saudi Governor Demands Jailing Of Rapper…

Saudi rapper Asayel Slay starred in a viral YouTube video that honored "powerful and beautiful" women.

Parents of 'terrified' Africans stranded in China…

Parents' fears are growing for the thousands of African students who are thought to be stranded in China's locked-down city of Wuhan amid the virus outbreak

European airlines sound alarm over coronavirus…

British Airways owner IAG, EasyJet and Finnair all sounded the alarm over the coronavirus on Friday. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

After Gamer's Shocking Confession, 4 Bodies Found

His fellow gamers thought he was joking. “I killed mom and granny so far, waiting for sister in 5 minutes and dad in 1 hour,” wrote 23-year-old Menhaz Zaman on the Discord app last year. Later, came, "I’ve just slaughtered my entire family," followed by photos. As a story in...

Saudi Arabia Suspends Entry For Pilgrims Over…

Millions make the hajj pilgrimage each year, making it easy for infections to spread.

Ardern calls out Australia: Don't deport 'your…

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called out her Australian counterpart at an extraordinarily abrasive joint news conference for his country's rigid policy of deporting foreign criminals to homelands they left as children

Coronavirus crash wipes $5 trillion off world…

Coronavirus panic sent world share markets crashing again on Friday, compounding their worst week since the 2008 global financial crisis and bringing the wipeout in value terms to $5 trillion. Ciara Lee reports

'Recovered' Coronavirus Patient Tests Positive…

A Japanese woman thought to have recovered from the coronavirus has tested positive again, raising yet more concerns about the spread of the virus. The woman, a tour bus guide in Osaka, was first diagnosed in late January and was released from the hospital on Feb. 1, authorities say. This...

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IMF And World Bank Reconsidering Meetings Amid…

Meetings for the International Monetary Fund and World Bank may be scaled back or held virtually to reduce the potential spread of coronavirus.

NATO urges Syria, Russia to halt airstrikes as…

NATO allies are calling on Syria and Russia to end their airstrikes in Syria after 33 Turkish soldiers were killed there

Hyundai shuts down factory due to infected worker

South Korean automaker Hyundai's shares have fallen more than 5% after the company announced it would shut down a factory where one worker tested positive for the coronavirus. Gloria Tso reports.

Trump Addresses Nation Over Coronavirus

President Trump held a presser about the coronavirus Wednesday as the US announced its first case of unknown origin—meaning the person had apparently not traveled abroad or come on contact with a confirmed case, the Washington Post reports. As for Trump, he's putting Mike Pence on the case. "I'm...

The U.S. And China Are Racing To Roll Out 5G Tech

The race to implement 5G technology is shaping up to be the next big battleground between the U.S. and China.

Financial pain deepens as nearly 60 countries…

A deepening health crisis from the worldwide virus outbreak is hitting finances too

Turkey won't stop Syrian refugees reaching Europe

Dozens of Turkish soldiers died after an air strike by Syrian government forces in Idlib region on Friday (February 28), in an escalation of conflict that could have serious consequences for Europe. Libby Hogan reports.

Clooney Reacts to Nespresso-Linked Child Labor…

George Clooney has been Nespresso's brand ambassador since 2006, but after an investigation claimed to find six of the company's Guatemalan coffee suppliers use child labor, the actor is expressing regret. Per Deadline and CNN , he says he joined Nespresso's sustainability advisory board seven years ago (along with the Rainforest...

Hong Kong Offers Its Residents Cash Amid Protests…

Hong Kong has been rocked by protests and now faces coronavirus fears. It's offering adult residents money to revive its economy.

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Nigeria confirms 1st case of new virus in…

Nigerian authorities have reported the first case of the new coronavirus in sub-Saharan Africa as the outbreak spreads to a region with some of the world's weakest health systems. The health commissioner for Lagos, Africa's largest city with more than 20 million people, says an Italian citizen who entered Nigeria on Tuesday from Milan on a business trip fell ill the next day

'The biggest threat': East Africa struggles to…

As swarms of locusts rapidly multiple, a lack of supplies means East African countries are struggling to contain the plague that threatens food security for millions of people. David Doyle reports.

American Teens Who Face Life in Italy Go on Trial

Two American teens were arrested in Italy over the summer for allegedly killing a Rome police officer in the aftermath of a drug deal gone wrong. On Wednesday, their trial in the Italian capital began, ABC News reports. Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, 19, and Finnegan Elder, now 20, face charges of aggravated...