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Volunteer medics clear the ruins of a medical tent near Tahrir Square in Baghdad on Saturday after security forces stormed the area. They said security forces set the tent on fire burning everything in it, including medical supplies. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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As more cases continue to be confirmed, health officials and medical works in Wuhan, China, and throughout the country ramp up efforts to contain the spread. Dake Kang/AP hide caption

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Demonstrators protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act near Jamia Millia Islamia on Dec. 15 in New Delhi. Sanjeev Verma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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'Our Democracy Is In Danger': Muslims In India Say Police Target Them With Violence

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Protesters wearing Sardines, figurines and banners join the first national rally organized by the Sardine Movement in San Giovanni Square, on Dec. 14, 2019 in Rome. Alessandra Benedetti/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Encore: NPR's Full Interview With Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo

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People wear face masks as they wait at Hankou Railway Station on January 22, 2020 in Wuhan, China. A new infectious coronavirus known as "2019-nCoV" was discovered in Wuhan last week. Xiaolu Chu/Getty Images hide caption

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was not receptive to being asked about his support of former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Pompeo Won't Say Whether He Owes Yovanovitch An Apology. 'I've Done What's Right'

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Damage at the al-Asad military base in Iraq, days after a missile attack by Iran. The barrage was in retaliation for the U.S. killing of a top Iranian general in a drone strike in Baghdad on Jan. 3. Ayman Henna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Regional Elections In Italy May Be A Bellwether For A Far-Right Party

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Behind The Suspected Saudi Arabian Hacking Of Jeff Bezos' Phone

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