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Todays Headlines

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  • China reports fewer coronavirus cases outside epicenter, cases surge in South Korea
  • China reported another fall in new coronavirus infections outside of its epicenter on Sunday, but world health officials warned it was too early to make predictions about the outbreak as new cases and fears of contagion increased elsewhere.

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  • UK PM Johnson's Brexit team seeks to evade Irish Sea checks on goods: Sunday Times
  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit team has been ordered to come up with plans to "get around" the Northern Ireland protocol in the Brexit withdrawal agreement to evade checks on goods passing from Britain to Northern Ireland, the Sunday Times newspaper reported http://bit.ly/2HPETwS.

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  • Australia's bushfire-stricken state pays tribute to 25 victims
  • Families, firefighters and politicians gathered in a solemn public ceremony in Sydney on Sunday to honor the 25 people killed in recent bushfires that tore through the country's most populous state.

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  • Family furor over Singapore founder's will deepens after tribunal ruling
  • The daughter-in-law of Singapore's founding father has been found guilty by a disciplinary tribunal of professional misconduct over her involvement in preparing his will, which is at heart of a feud between the city-state's first family.

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  • Dominicans take to the streets in protest after election suspension
  • Hundreds of Dominicans took to the streets on Saturday night in fresh protests after the abrupt suspension of municipal elections that unleashed a political crisis months before the Caribbean island votes for a new president.

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  • Japan minister apologizes after woman who leaves ship tests positive for virus
  • Japan's health minister apologized on Saturday after a woman who was allowed to leave a coronavirus-infected cruise ship docked near Tokyo tested positive for the virus.

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  • New coronavirus cases fall in China, but WHO concerned by global spread
  • China reported a sharp fall in new deaths and cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, but world health officials warned it was too early to make predictions about the outbreak as new infections continued to rise in other countries.

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  • South Korea reports 123 new coronavirus cases, fourth death
  • South Korea reported 123 new confirmed coronavirus cases and a fourth death from the virus, taking total infections to 556, the Korea Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (KCDC) said on Sunday.

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  • China reports 648 new cases of coronavirus, but infections outside Hubei falling
  • China on Sunday reported a rise in the number of new confirmed cases of coronavirus, but the number of fresh infections and deaths outside of the epicenter of central Hubei province continued to fall.

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  • China's Hubei province reports 630 new coronavirus cases on February 22
  • China's central Hubei province had 630 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections on Saturday, the province's health commission said on Sunday, up from 366 new cases the previous day.

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  • Hong Kong cruise passengers head to quarantine after third flight from Japan
  • A third plane with five Hong Kong residents who were quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise in Japan for more than two weeks landed early on Sunday in the Asian financial hub.

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  • IMF chief, Argentina flag path to new debt deal after G20 meet in Riyadh
  • Argentina on Saturday agreed to start consultations with the International Monetary Fund that could lead to a new financing program, days after the global lender said the country's debt situation had become "unsustainable".

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  • Iran's 'cup of poison'? Hardline win may point to eventual U.S. talks
  • Anti-Western hardliners are set to sweep Iran's parliamentary elections and appear favorites to clinch the presidency next year, but an economic crisis could force them to engage with the United States despite their tightening grip on power.

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  • Ten new cases of coronavirus in Iran, two dead: officials
  • Authorities in Iran on Saturday announced the detection of at least 10 new cases of coronavirus and two more deaths, deepening a sense of public unease over the handling of the spread of the disease.

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  • Sealed in: Chinese trapped at home by coronavirus feel the strain
  • During weeks holed up in her grandmother's apartment with 10 relatives and eating a restricted diet, Chinese teenager Li Yuxuan says tempers have frayed.

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  • Samsung Electronics confirms coronavirus case at phone factory complex in South Korea
  • Samsung Electronics said on Saturday that one coronavirus case had been confirmed at its mobile device factory complex in the southeastern city of Gumi, causing a shutdown of its entire facility there until Monday morning.

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  • Despite horror stories, California cruise passengers won't let coronavirus spoil their fun
  • With a white captain's hat perched on his head, Calvin Ballard seemed relaxed as he waited to depart on his first-ever cruise to Mexico, unfazed by the possibility of being trapped on a ship under siege by an outbreak of coronavirus.

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  • Factbox: Latest on coronavirus spreading in China and beyond
  • China reported a sharp decrease in new deaths and cases of the coronavirus on Saturday but a doubling of infections in South Korea and 10 new cases in Iran added to unease about its rapid spread and global reach.

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  • Now to end 'long suffering': South Sudan's former rebel leader sworn in as first vice president
  • Former rebel leader Riek Machar was sworn in as South Sudan's first vice president on Saturday as part of a unity government with his former adversary President Salva Kiir, a tentative step toward peace after years of civil war ravaged the oil-rich yet impoverished nation.

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  • Far-right torchlight parade in Sofia hit by court ban
  • Fewer than 200 far-right activists gathered in downtown Sofia on Saturday after the country's top court upheld the city mayor's ban on their annual torchlight procession honoring a Bulgarian general who led a pro-Nazi organization in the 1930s and 1940s.

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    Todays Headlines

    You understand by now that this site is dedicated to Heather but we decided to make it more attractive to you to offer Today's Headlines. On this way you stay informed about Heather and also about the things that's going on around the world via this new service at www.heathernova.us. The reason for this is to increase the popularity of Heather ( she really deserves a hit!) and of our Site as well because we offer you the news under your fingertips at http://www.heathernova.us And don't forget: If you like what you see, than support us by telling it to your friends about our Site. On this way you promote Heather and our beautiful site. Thanks for your cooperating and keep visiting us.