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AP Top Extended International Headlines at 11:43 p.m. EST

February 14, 2021 GMT

China has fired back at the U.S. over allegations from the White House that Beijing withheld some information about the coronavirus outbreak from World Health Organization investigators

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Many Europeans are desperate for a coronavirus vaccine

Residents in northeastern Japan are cleaning up clutter and debris in stores and homes after a strong earthquake set off a landslide on a highway, damaged some buildings and parts of bullet train lines and caused power blackouts for thousands of people

The man largely credited with saving the euro currency has formally taken the helm as Italy’s new premier

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to appeal to leaders of the world’s richest nations to unite in a “colossal mission” to get COVID-19 vaccines to every country and to lead a sustainable recovery from the pandemic

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Minnesota health officials urged this week that people wear masks — and wear them properly — as the state reported an additional 964 new infections on Saturday

Afghan and Iranian officials say a fuel tanker has exploded at a border crossing between the two countries, causing a massive fire

A new law proposed by the far-left party in Spain’s coalition government would simplify the process to obtain a legal gender and name change

Mass street demonstrations in Myanmar have entered their second week, with neither protesters nor the military government they seek to unseat showing any signs of backing down from confrontations

Far-right nationalists have again gathered in Bulgaria’s capital to honor a late World War II general known for his anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi activities