● Indigenous protests escalate after Canada rail blockades cleared Protesters had mounted a crippling 18-day blockade on a Canadian National Railway line near Belleville, Ontario.
● US, South Korea postpone joint exercises over virus The decision to delay the training was made after Seoul declared its highest "severe" alert level over the virus.
● Asia markets extend losses as virus takes hold around world Investors are growing increasingly fearful about the economic impact with companies including Apple, Microsoft and drinks giant Diageo.
● Cyber Police in virus-hit Iran arrest 24 over COVID-19 rumours The Islamic republic is scrambling to contain COVID-19 a week after announcing the first two deaths in Qom.
● Goodbye, tennis: Sharapova announces retirement She became world number one in 2005, at the age of 18, and won the US Open the next year.
● Paramedic accused of killing foster baby in a fit of rage Injuries sustained by the ten-month-old pointed to the Yorkshire Ambulance Service paramedic as the murder suspect.
● Rapist, Murderer caught attending funeral of victim Family and friends of a rape and murder victim alerted authorities when an unknown man started behaving strangely at the 20-year-old's funeral.
● 'Lucifer' Season 5 cemetery photo hints major character death Fans speculate that either Dan or Chloe could die in "Lucifer" Season 5.
● Prince Harry asks to be called just 'Harry' at Edinburgh conference The Duke of Sussex dropped his royal title during an appearance at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
● Former 'EastEnders' star has near-death experience in Thailand Sid Owen was stranded in Bangkok after a golf ball hit him in the face breaking his jaw and six teeth.
● UEFA Champions League: Barcelona lucky to claim draw against Napoli Messi failed to score at the same stadium where Maradona reigned 30 years ago
● High Seas Piracy Is Alive And Well. Can We Kill It? Pirates who steal cargo or, increasingly, kidnap crews and hold them for ransom "earn" tens of millions of dollars a year. New developments in technology will...
● Paris Hilton says she deserves someone 'perfect' after ending engagement with Chris Zylka Paris Hilton says she made the best decision when she called off her engagement to Chris Zylka.
● Deadly dinner: Healthy teen dies after food enters lungs A 15-year-old school girl bled from her nose and mouth before dying within hours of having chicken and nachos for dinner.
● China quarantines 94 people on Seoul flight after 3 show fever None of the three people with fevers had any history of travel to Wuhan.
● Johnny Depp 'always calm and gentle' says 'Minamata' co-star Hiroyuki Sanada Hiroyuki Sanada shares that Johnny Depp was generous with the cast and crew and entertained his fans during "Minamata" filming.
● US, European stocks extend losses on virus pandemic scare White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said he sees no downturn looming for the US economy.
● UEFA Champions League: Lampard's worst nightmare as Bayern crushes Chelsea Chelsea must score at least four goals in the return leg at the Allianz Arena to qualify for the last eight
● Presley Gerber seen at drug facility as parents Cindy Crawford, Rande Gerber concerned The model has been reportedly visiting the facility to complete his 'Driving under the influence (DUI)' programme.
● iQOO 3 5G: Vivo adds another gaming-grade smartphone to its roster The iQOO 3 5G is fitted with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, which is shipped alongside the chipmaker's Snapdragon X55 5G modem.
● 'Stranger Things' star Charlie Heaton looks to Robert Pattinson for inspiration Heaton says he wants to break away from "Stranger Things" the way Pattinson did from "The Twilight" saga.
● 'Modern Family' season 11 episode 15 not airing Wednesday, return date revealed "Modern Family" to air two-part finale in April.
● Dragon Ball FighterZ' third season update introduces big changes to gameplay A new comeback element has been added to "Dragon Ball Fighter Z" called Limit Break Super Power.
● Thomas Markle calls out Prince Harry, Meghan for disrespecting Queen Elizabeth II It comes after the Sussexes apparently called out The Firm for preventing them from using the "Sussex Royal" trademark.