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The coronavirus death toll in China has risen to 132 and the total number of confirmed cases has reached just shy of 6,000, making it more widespread on the mainland than the notable SARS outbreak of 2002 and 2003.
There's no question that Mr Trump's peace plan was in no small part about distraction. 
Starbucks has closed more than half of its stores in China as a result of the coronavirus and warned that the outbreak will "materially affect" its financial results for the year.
Cardiff City have urged the French authorities to launch an official investigation into the death of striker Emiliano Sala.
A powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake in the sea between Jamaica and Cuba triggered a tsunami warning for parts of the Caribbean.
Airbus has agreed to settle bribery and corruption allegations by UK, US and French authorities in a deal that will cost it €3.6bn (£3bn).
Donald Trump has unveiled his long-awaited Middle East peace plan, saying the "realistic" two-state solution is a "win-win opportunity" for both Israel and the Palestinians.
A man whose headaches were so painful they made him vomit has finally found the source of his health problem - a tapeworm had been lodged in his brain for 10 years.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been charged with bribery and fraud after withdrawing his bid for parliamentary immunity.
Subtle changes are seeping into daily life in Bangkok.
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