Ten people have been injured after a car drove into a carnival parade in Germany.
The Coronavirus is spreading, and worries are intensifying in three more hot spots: Italy, Iran and South Korea. The World Health Organization says the window to contain it is narrowing.
Despite some economic friction between India and the U.S., President Trump and Prime Minister Modi have a personal friendship. Trump is in India for a two-day visit.
Countries take aggressive action to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Democrats' next nominating contest moves to South Carolina. And, President Trump is in India for a two-day visit.
Chinese SWAT teams have been filmed throwing nets over people's heads as they practise how to deal with unco-operative coronavirus patients.
Israel's defence minister has defended the use of a military bulldozer to scoop up the body of a Palestinian man as others tried to recover him.
Lawyers representing Julian Assange will start presenting arguments against his extradition to the U.S. on Monday. The co-founder of WikiLeaks faces 18 charges of hacking and espionage in the U.S.
NPR's Noel King talks to Kate Andrews, economics corresponded for the British magazine The Spectator, about the U.K. making changes to the immigration system post Brexit.
Wall Street has followed the FTSE 100 into the red as growing fears about the coronavirus prompt a sharp stock market sell-off.
Donald Trump has visited the Taj Mahal after promising to boost trade and fight terrorism on his official visit to India.
A seventh person has died from coronavirus in Italy, according to media reports, as the total number of cases in the country soars to more than 200.
"America loves India, America respects India, and America will always be faithful and loyal friends to the Indian people," President Trump told a cheering crowd in a huge cricket stadium Monday.
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