China by far is bearing the biggest burden of the new coronavirus outbreak — only about 100 cases have been reported outside the country. But on Thursday, the World Health Organization declared it a public health emergency of international concern, while at the same time recommending countries not limit trade and travel to China. Michael Mina, an infectious disease specialist at Harvard, explains what's known at this point about this disease and the best ways to respond.

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Syria has accused the U.S. of an act of "criminal and terrorist aggression" over what it says was a helicopter raid on its territory.
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A woman has been arrested in Japan for deleting her virtual husband from an online video game.
South Africa's new president and a new health minister are taking a different approach to fighting the AIDS epidemic there.
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China's economic summit overshadowed by the European Parliament's decision to award its top human rights prize to a jailed Chinese dissident.
Holland-based 'Triodos' Bank has managed to weather the global financial crunch so far -- by sticking to its socially minded agenda.
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