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UK patient plays violin during unusual brain surgery

Surgeons at King’s College Hospital in London removed a brain tumor from a woman who played the violin during the procedure. 3 hours ago

China’s virus center vows no patient unchecked as cases fall

The city of Wuhan, where the new form of coronavirus emerged, was in the final day of a campaign to root out anyone with symptoms whom authorities may have missed so far.

Turkey probes judges who acquitted businessman, activists

The body overseeing Turkish judges and prosecutors has launched an investigation into three judges who acquitted philanthropist businessman Osman Kavala and eight other activists of terrorism charges.

China expels 3 Wall Street Journal reporters as media relations sour

Its Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the reporters’ credentials would be revoked in retaliation for a headline on an essay that ran in the Journal’s editorial pages earlier this month.

Symbolic Aleppo flight comes as civilians suffer in Syria

A Syrian passenger jet landed in Aleppo on Wednesday from Damascus as domestic flights resumed between Syria’s two largest cities for the first time since 2012, while the government continued bombarding several rebel-held towns and villages nearby.

New Harry and Meghan details: The couple will begin their new life on March 31

The royal couple stunned Britain with an abrupt announcement in January that they wanted to step back from royal duties.

New virus cases in China fall for 2nd day, deaths top 2,000

The updated figures on the COVID-19 illness for mainland China bring the total for cases to 74,185 and deaths to 2,004. New cases have fallen to under 2,000 daily for the past two days.

Netanyahu trial clouds last days of Israel election campaign

The announcement means that Netanyahu will appear in the Jerusalem court as a defendant just two weeks after the March 2 election.