Wuhan, a city of nearly nine million, is to temporarily shut public transport amid the outbreak.
The ex-film mogul's defence rejects graphic prosecution statements, saying the charges will unravel.
The UN experts' call comes amid reports Mohammed bin Salman's phone was used to hack the Amazon boss.
It would build upon an existing ban which bars entry for citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries.
French fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier ends a 50-year career with his last couture runway show.
MPs also backed a proposal for President Pierre Nkurunziza to become the country's "supreme leader".
Luigi Di Maio took the anti-establishment Five Star party into power after winning elections in 2018.
French President Emmanuel Macron berates the security for not leaving a Jerusalem basilica.
The suspects allegedly took migrants from France to the UK in refrigerated lorries and rubber boats.
A project to restore the Ghent Altarpiece, a 15th Century masterpiece, surprises art critics.
Others told media they were offered around C$100 to hold placard with slogans like "Free Ms Meng".
As the Queen's grandson sells Jersey milk in China, critics call for clarity over royal endorsements.
The 75th anniversary of Auschwitz's liberation threatens to be overshadowed by recriminations.
The White House defence that no crime means no impeachment ignores history, says legal scholar Jonathan Turley.
Australia's bushfire crisis has crippled habitats, but in some places life is starting to return.
Can we afford to pay pensions, given the huge demographic challenge of our ageing population?
Andrew Barnett is backing a trial at a hospital a year after he nearly died while playing football.
Demonstrators return to the streets saying Lebanon's new government does not meet their demands.
After nearly 13 hours of fierce debate, the US Senate adopts ground rules for the trial.
Marine foam brought ashore by Storm Gloria floods streets in Tossa de Mar.
The BBC's online health editor explains what we know about the coronavirus.
The Swedish climate activist and the US president gave very different speeches at Davos.
The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador was hit with more than 70cm of snow.
Ba was a street child in Ho Chi Minh city. He ended up growing cannabis as a slave in the UK - until he escaped.
The medics were off work for more than four months, paralysing the country's healthcare sector.
The local authority said it was trying to promote "civilised" behaviour - but later apologised.
Research is at an early stage but scientists said it had huge potential for destroying cancers.
This politician is going on leave to take care of his newborn son, and it's pretty controversial.
The drinks giant says it will not ditch plastic outright but will try to recycle more.