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Coronavirus Live Updates: Global Outbreak Raises Fears of Pandemic  08h32 24 février
Choe Sang-Hun
Ambulances carrying patients infected with the coronavirus arrive at a hospital in Daegu, South Korea, on Sunday.
As Coronavirus Cases Spiral, South Korea Raises Threat Alert Level  01h31 24 février
Hannah Beech
Spraying disinfectant as a precaution against the coronavirus at a local market in Daegu, South Korea.
Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia’s Prime Minister, Submits Resignation Letter  09h02 24 février
Ian Johnson
Malaysia’s prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, center, in 2018. He has long been seen as one of Asia’s shrewdest politicians.
Religious Groups in China Step Into the Coronavirus Crisis  21h29 23 février
Damien Cave and Matthew Abbott
A forest this month near Lake Conjola in New South Wales, Australia, where a fire swept through on Dec. 31.
The Fires Are Out, but Australia’s Climate Disasters Aren’t Over  22h38 23 février
Motoko Rich
Passengers on the Diamond Princess on Feb. 2, the night before the ship arrived in Yokohama, Japan.
We’re in a Petri Dish’: How a Coronavirus Ravaged a Cruise Sh  10h37 23 février
Isabella Kwai
The founder of L’Arche, Jean Vanier, was accused of having manipulative sexual relationships with at least six women in France.
For China’s Overwhelmed Doctors, an Understanding Voice Across the Ocean  04h35 24 février
Eva Mbengue
Residents and rescue workers searching for victims in Van Province, Turkey, on Sunday in the aftermath of an earthquake.
Founder of French Charity Is Accused of Pattern of Abuse  19h46 23 février
The Associated Press
Wearing protective masks and suits at the Venice Carnival on Sunday. The final two days of the event have been canceled because of the coronavirus.
Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 9 in Neighboring Turkey  11h23 23 février
Penn Bullock
Protesters exchanging gunfire with soldiers on Sunday during a protest in Port-au-Prince.
Your Monday Briefing  05h26 24 février
Melina Delkic
Migrant workers having their temperatures checked last week before boarding a chartered bus in Jiangxian County to return to their jobs.
Haiti Protest by Police Erupts in Gunfire  22h17 23 février
Javier C. Hernández
Police officers stopped cars on the road outside Casalpusterlengo, Italy, one of the towns under quarantine, on Sunday.
Your Monday Briefing  21h45 23 février
Jason Horowitz and Elisabetta Povoledo
Israelis using heavy machinery to collect the body of a Palestinian militant along the Israel-Gaza border on Sunday.
Coronavirus Lockdowns Torment an Army of Poor Migrant Workers in China  20h01 23 février
Alan Rappeport and Lisa Friedman
Offices in Caracas of the food conglomerate Polar. The Venezuelan government harassed the company until its owner stopped criticizing the president.
Europe Confronts Coronavirus as Italy Battles an Eruption of Cases  08h10 24 février
David M. Halbfinger
Doris Wolanski and her son Simon at the entrance of Mrs. Wolanski’s childhood synagogue in Cairo on Tuesday.
Finance Ministers Grapple Over Economic Threat of Climate Change  19h38 23 février
Anatoly Kurmanaev
The Lodha Park Trump Towers complex in Mumbai, India, this month.