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Venezuela intelligence agents raid Guaido offices: opposition

Caracas - Agents from Venezuela's Sebin intelligence service on Tuesday raided the offices of opposition leader Juan Guaido while he traveled in Europe, an opposition lawmaker said.

Review: Dustin Lynch electrifies the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City Special

New York - On January 21, country star Dustin Lynch hosted his iHeartCountry album release party for "Tullahoma" at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York, for an intimate group of fans.

China warns virus could mutate and spread as death toll rises

Bejing - China warned Wednesday that a SARS-like virus that has killed nine people, infected hundreds and spread to other countries could mutate, as authorities scrambled to contain the disease during the Lunar New Year travel season.

Review: 'Stan the Man,' starring Katherine Kelly Lang, is a superb comedy Special

Emmy-nominated actress Katherine Kelly Lang ("The Bold and The Beautiful") stars in "Stan the Man," a romantic comedy, as Elizabeth Morgan opposite Steven Chase.

Russian opposition wrong-footed by Putin reform push

Moscow - President Vladimir Putin's quick-fire push to overhaul Russia's political system has caught the country's opposition off guard, with critics in disarray about how to respond.

Op-Ed: US offers ongoing support for Guaido attempted coup in Venezuela

It is now a year since the US announced that it regarded Juan Guaido as the recognized ruler of Venezuela. In late January last year Guaido declared himself the legitimate president of Venezuela replacing the elected president Nicolas Maduro.

Malaysia's hand-made incense craftwork a declining art

Kubang Semang - Thousands of giant incense sticks, many decorated with dragon heads, line the walls at a Malaysian business where they are made by hand ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday.

Weinstein rape trial set for opening arguments

New York - Opening arguments in Harvey Weinstein's rape and sexual assault trial are due Wednesday, with the defense expected to detail "loving" emails between the once-mighty movie producer and his accusers.

A year after Brazil dam breach, the mud has dried but not the tears

Brumadinho - Before saying a prayer for her older sister, Natalia de Oliveira lights a candle and places it next to rosary beads and a photo of her sibling killed in a massive dam collapse in Brazil.

Venezuela intelligence agents raid Guaido offices: opposition

Caracas - Agents from Venezuela's Sebin intelligence service on Tuesday raided the offices of opposition leader Juan Guaido while he traveled in Europe, an opposition lawmaker said.

UN Security Council urges quick ceasefire in Libya

New York - The UN Security Council called Tuesday on Libya's warring sides to quickly reach a ceasefire that would pave the way for a political process aimed at ending conflict in the oil-rich state.

Puerto Rico earthquake victims receive abandonded emergency supplies

San Juan - Puerto Ricans dealing with the effects of almost non-stop earthquakes since last month have begun to receive emergency supplies, the National Guard said Tuesday -- but the supplies were originally meant for hurricane victims two years ago.

Clashes mark return to protests in Colombia

Apo - Riot police firing tear gas and stun grenades clashed with rock-throwing demonstrators in Bogota Tuesday as anti-government protests resumed across Colombia, leaving 11 people injured and nearly 100 arrested.

Brazil's Bolsonaro creates 'Amazon Council' to protect forest

Bras - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Tuesday he will create an "Amazon Council" to coordinate the protection and sustainable development of the world's largest rainforest.

Boeing says 737 MAX return delayed until mid-2020

New York - Boeing on Tuesday officially pushed back the timeframe for the 737 MAX to return to the skies, sending shares plunging and overshadowing an earlier announcement of a first flight of the delayed 777X plane.

CDC confirms 1st U.S. case of coronavirus with help from Internet

The United States has its first confirmed case of a new virus that appeared in Wuhan, China, last month, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Tuesday.

Crisis-hit Lebanon names new government

Beirut - Lebanon ended a painful wait Tuesday by unveiling a new cabinet line-up, but the government was promptly scorned by protesters and faces the Herculean task of saving a collapsing economy.

After two months Bolivia's Congress accepts Morales resignation

La Paz - Bolivia's Congress voted on Tuesday to accept the resignation of former president Evo Morales, two months after the 60-year-old quit and fled for asylum in Mexico and then Argentina.

Canada's marijuana companies may be facing bleak year

Ontario - Some of Canada's biggest cannabis producers are facing proposed class-action lawsuits in the United States, while two other cannabis companies had to seek creditor protection last month. What's going on?

US confirms first case of China virus on American soil

Washington - US health authorities on Tuesday announced the first case of a person on American soil sickened by a new virus that emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, and intensified airport health screenings.
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