Tuesday, Feb 25
Car drives into German Carnival Parade
A car drove into a crowd at a carnival parade in the German town of Volkmarsen on Monday and several people are believed to be injured, police said, adding that they had detained the driver.
Trump cheered by huge crowd in India
EU funds $251 million to tackle the outbreak
The commission noted that a part of these funds will be allocated immediately to different sectors, while the rest will be released in the next months.
France: We intend to stand by Greece against Turkey
Death toll rises to 50 in Iran, lawmaker says
Earlier on Monday, Iran’s state television announced that the death toll from the virus in the country rose to 12 with 47 confirmed cases.
Turkey suspends railway services amid virus fear
The move came as the death toll from COVID-19 in Iran has been increasing, with the latest official death toll at 12.
Italy cancels Venice Carnival amid coronavirus outbreak
Italy decided to ban Venice’s famed carnival events as the country races to contain coronavirus.
Coronavirus outbreak spreads world, kills nearly 3,000
Turkey’s 3rd drill ship expected to operate soon
International arrival flights from Iran halted by Turkey
After the measures have been taken, all the passengers coming from Iran to Turkey have been checked by the health officials.
Trump’s approval rating signals chances of winning 2nd term
150 dead in last 24 hours, death toll rises to 2,594
Outside mainland China, there are 74 registered cases in Hong Kong and 10 others in Macau.
Coronavirus death toll rises to 3 in Italy
Education Minister Lucia Azzolina said academic activities would be suspended from Feb. 24-29 in the regions with the highest coronavirus risk.
Magnitude 5.9 quake hits Iran, strikes Turkey’s border
At least nine people died and 37 others were injured in eastern Turkey, the country's health minister said.
Turkish father mourns the death of his son
5 people with Turkish roots killed in Wednesday's racist terrorist attack in Germany.
Iraq reports first infection in coronavirus outbreak
PKK suspects arrested in southern Turkey
Police records say that suspects were members of opposition Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP).
Turkey welcomes US-Taliban de-escalation deal
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday announced the US and Taliban had reached an agreement to reduce violence across Afghanistan, with a deal set to be signed on Feb. 29.
Ryanair CEO calls Muslim men 'terrorists'
Iranian mayor tests positive for coronavirus
Iran had confirmed 13 new coronavirus cases on Friday, bringing its total to 18. Four of them have died.