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Fear of coronavirus pandemic grows but China eases curbs as new infections fall 6:29am EST

   BEIJING/SEOUL (Reuters) - Fears of a coronavirus pandemic grew on Monday after sharp rises in new cases reported in Iran, Italy and South Korea but China relaxed restrictions on movements in several places including Beijing as its rates of new infections eased.  Full Article   |  Video


'Namaste Trump': Modi holds huge rally for president's visit 6:44am EST

   AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - Donald Trump was cheered by more than 100,000 Indians at the opening of the world's biggest cricket stadium on Monday, promising "an incredible trade deal" and "the most feared military equipment on the planet" at his biggest rally abroad.  Full Article  |  Video
   Malaysia's 94-year-old PM Mahathir resigns as turmoil deepens
   Assange appears in British court to fight U.S. extradition bid
   Goldman Sachs pleads not guilty in Malaysia over 1MDB bond sales: state media
   A police raid, viral videos and the broken lives of Nigerian gay law suspects
   Japan plays down criticism of coronavirus cruise ship handling



Cargill to challenge Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods with new plant-based burger 2:10am EST

   CHICAGO (Reuters) - Cargill Inc will launch plant-based hamburger patties and ground "fake meat" products in April, the company said on Monday, challenging Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods for sales in grocery stores, cafeterias and restaurants.  Full Article
   Teck drops C$20.6 billion oil sands Frontier project, to take writedown
   PepsiCo buys Chinese snack brand Be & Cheery for $705 million
   Exclusive: U.S. sees no material impact from virus on U.S.-China trade deal - for now
   In Mumbai, Microsoft boss Nadella trumpets cloud tie-up with India's Reliance
   Primark owner warns coronavirus threatens clothing supplies



As Teck oil sands mine hopes for okay from Canada's Trudeau, 20 other projects on hold Sunday, 23 Feb 2020

   WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - As Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau considers whether to approve Teck Resources' Frontier oil sands project, roughly 20 others sit on the shelf as companies delay investment decisions hoping for new pipelines and higher prices.  Full Article
   Flight carrying Canadian coronavirus evacuees from cruise ship in Japan lands: minister
   Trudeau says rail blockades must end, indigenous protesters remain defiant
   Facial recognition company Clearview AI probed by Canada privacy agencies
   As Canadian rail blockade drags on, police use caution due to legacy of past violence
   Exclusive: Canadian regulator considers changes to new drug pricing plan


   NHL roundup: Caps down Penguins in battle for first
   Djokovic surprised by Federer knee surgery news
   NBA roundup: LeBron gets Lakers past Celtics
   Top 25 roundup: No. 25 Ohio St. upsets No. 7 Maryland
   China's Tokyo run-up stalled by coronavirus outbreak


   Weinstein jury to keep deliberating after deadlock on most serious charges
   BTS says new album tells of conquering doubts and fears
   'Parasite' star hopes film will help Japan-Korea cultural ties   |  Video
   Berlinale study of slavery unearths the roots of modern Brazil
   Roger Waters of Pink Floyd joins Assange supporters in London protest march


   Ex-Facebook executive starts group to help employees push companies on climate
   Amazon in Holocaust row about 'Hunters' series, anti-Semitic books
   Mastercard to add 1,500 technology jobs in Ireland
   Mapping coronavirus: South Koreans turn to online tracking as cases surge
   In Mumbai, Microsoft boss Nadella trumpets cloud tie-up with India's Reliance  Reuters News Agency  |  Help & Info |  Contact Us

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