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  1. The fire broke out on the sidelines of a protest against a concert by a Congolese musician.

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  2. German Chancellor Angela Merkel joins a chorus of world leaders calling for restraint in Syria and expressing support for Turkey.

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  3. The amount is a fraction of what Volkswagen was ordered to pay American consumers.

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  4. Iran reported a huge spike in cases today, saying there were now 388 confirmed infections and 34 deaths. Several senior officials, including the deputy health minister, are among those infected.

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  5. A peace deal to end the 18-year-long war in Afghanistan could be inked tomorrow but analysts say it offers too many concessions to the Taliban.

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  7. UPDATE: Turkish forces have launched a counterstrike against Syrian regime targets in Idlib. 20 Syrian troops were killed, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. For live updates:

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  8. Greece and Bulgaria have boosted border patrols. Turkey decided to throw open its borders in a response to the escalating war in Syria where 33 Turkish soldiers were killed yesterday by Russian-backed Syrian government troops. For live updates:

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  9. Turkey says it will no longer prevent refugees from crossing into Europe as fighting rages on in Syria's Idlib province.

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  10. An effigy of a gay couple was set ablaze in front of cheering crowds during carnival celebrations in Croatia.

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  11. France and Germany are pushing for a greater EU presence in the Sahel to counter growing terrorist activity as the US considers pulling out of the region.

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    Despite more than 20 new cases in Germany, Berlin's Robert Koch Institute assesses the risk to public health as "slight to moderate." The institute has also spelled out some precautionary measures to contain the spread of the virus.

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  13. Some 100,000 ducks were just ready for deployment to Pakistan – but China decided against it.

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    Targeted attacks on the Fatima Mosque in Khajoori Khas, New Delhi. Residents say the mob started its attack there, then moved on to Muslim homes. Those displaced are now staying with families in a nearby neighborhood which escaped the riots.

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  15. "If I can't feel safe here in Germany, then where?" Hanau survivor Henna Moussa recounts the night of the attack, where he lost his friend.

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  16. Muslims offer Friday prayers on the roof of a fire-bombed mosque in northeast New Delhi. The worst communal violence in the city in decades left at least 40 dead and hundreds injured.

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  17. UPDATE: Russian Foreign Minister has confirmed that Putin and Erdogan held a phone conversation following the deaths of Turkish troops. Putin offered his condolences to the Turkish soldiers killed by Syrian forces overnight.

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  18. A song calling women from Mecca "powerful and beautiful" could land this Saudi rapper in prison.

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  19. JUST IN: Germany reports 27 new cases of coronavirus, raising the total number to 53.

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  20. UPDATE: Greece is tightening border controls ahead of concerns over a fresh influx of Syrian refugees attempting to cross from Turkey, according to government officials.

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