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New York Times - World

Coronavirus Live Updates: China's Travel Limits Cover 35 Million People

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Panic and Criticism Spread on Chinese Social Media Over Coronavirus

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Many in China Wear Them, but Do Masks Block Coronavirus?

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Protesters Mass in Baghdad, Demanding U.S. Leave Iraq

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Greta Thunberg Joins Climate March on Her Last Day in Davos

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Trump Invites Netanyahu to White House to Discuss Middle East Peace Plan

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U.N. Court Orders Myanmar to Protect Rohingya Muslims

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Mystery of the Royal Family of Oudh Unravels a Bit More

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Afghanistan Is Ready for Major U.S. Troop Reduction, Ghani Says

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Departing: Two Shopkeepers, Their Cat and Part of Paris's Soul

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Battered but Resilient After China's Crackdown

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Saudi Society Is Changing. Just Take a Look at These Coffeehouses.

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Defying the Rabbis, Tel Aviv Rolls Out Sabbath Bus Service

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At 'Sacred' Lake, Chinese Declare Love for Xi and Communist Party

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China Cracks Down on Fentanyl. But Is It Enough to End the U.S. Epidemic?

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With Boeing in Cross Hairs, Lion Air Gets a Pass on Poor Safety Record

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Why Amazon Fires Keep Raging 10 Years After a Deal to End Them

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After a Caribbean Hurricane, the Battle Is Where, or Even Whether, to Rebuild

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Massacred at Home, in Misery Abroad, 730,000 Rohingya Are Mired in Hopelessness

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Times - Video - White House Criticism Has 'Of Course No Effect,' Greta Thunberg Says - After days of urging global leaders to treat climate change with greater urgency, Ms. Thunberg ended her week in Davos, Switzerland, in much the same way she began her activism two years ago: joining her peers for a protest. By - Reuters

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How 'Honeyland' Became an Oscar Game Changer -- The movie from North Macedonia is the first to be nominated for both best documentary and best international feature. -- Sara Aridi

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at war - Introducing 'Beyond the World War II We Know' Here are five articles from The Times you might have missed. By - Lauren Katzenberg - and - Dan Saltzstein

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Shooting in Germany Leaves at Least 6 Dead -- The police said they believed the gunman was related to the victims. Several people were wounded, two of them critically. -- Christopher F. Schuetze

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When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord -- On England's southwestern coast, a community built by the Duchy of Cornwall is attracting residents who have bought into Prince Charles's housing philosophy. -- Amie Tsang

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U.N. Court's Order on Rohingya Is Cheered, but Will Myanmar Comply? -- Officials in Myanmar have said little about a ruling that it must protect the Muslim ethnic group and report back on the steps it has taken. -- Richard C. Paddock

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London Police Amp Up Surveillance With Real-Time Facial Recognition -- The city, stepping into a debate over privacy, says it will use the technology "to tackle serious crime." -- Adam Satariano

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Coronavirus Outbreak Sours Japan on Chinese Tourist Boom -- Asia's two largest economies have been drawing closer. But as the Lunar New Year holiday starts, some Japanese say they cannot help but regard Chinese visitors warily. -- Motoko Rich

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A Legendary Documentary Maker Closes 'an Open Wound' -- Cecilia Mangini made a splash in 1958 with a movie about disaffected Roman teenagers. Her latest, drawing on material from North Vietnam in the mid-1960s, will be released this weekend. -- Elisabetta Povoledo

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U.S. Refuses Extradition in Fatal Crash, Prompting Anger in U.K. -- The British police accuse an American woman of driving on the wrong side of the road in an accident that killed a teenage motorcyclist. The State Department says she had diplomatic immunity. -- Elian Peltier

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