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Ecuador's president says "the road is clear" for Julian Assange to leave embassy
CBS News QUITO, Ecuador — Ecuador's president has ramped up pressure on Julian Assange to leave the country's embassy in London. Lenin Moreno said Britain had provided sufficient guarantees the WikiLeaks founder won't be extradited to face the death penalty... ---

Coronavirus: Largest study suggests elderly and sick are most at risk
The research finds that more than 80% of cases are mild and the sick and elderly are most at risk.

La Liga rethinks stance over apparent racist gesture by Real Mallorca coach
La Liga has clarified its stance on an alleged racist incident in a Spanish top tier football match following a public backlash.

Elon Musk takes shot at Bill Gates, cites 'underwhelming' conversations
Following an interview where Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates revealed that he purchased a new Porsche and gave credit to Elon Musk's Tesla for pushing the car industry to go electric, Musk took a shot at the world's richest man, saying his conversations with him have been "underwhelming."

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China regulator says epidemic's impact on industry 'major' in February
The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on China's various industries will mainly show up in February, a vice chairman of the country's state assets regulator said on Tuesday, as containment measures disrupt production and supply chains.

China reports 1,886 new virus cases, death toll up by 98
China reports 1,886 new virus cases, death toll up by 98China reported 1,886 new virus cases and 98 more deaths in its update Tuesday on a disease outbreak that has caused milder illness in most people, an assessment that promoted guarded optimism from global health authorities. The update raised the number of deaths in mainland China to 1,868 and the total confirmed cases to 72,436. Monday's report gives the World Health Organization a clearer picture of where the outbreak is headed, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a news conference.