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  1. All 66 people on board the Aseman airliner are feared dead, who were travelling from Tehran to the city of Yasuj.
  2. Ministry of Health spokesman Joshua Malango said the number of cases had increased to 527 from 157 recorded in January, and that deaths had doubled from four to eight.
  3. Here is our roundup of carnivals across the globe from the last week.
  4. Kurdish official says deal struck with Syrian army to help Kurdish forces end a Turkish offensive there.
  5. Classical music and a whole lot more is on offer at the annual event in the Russian city
  6. Plans to scrap a smoking ban due to come into force in May has created uproar in the medical community, and spawned a successful petition of nearly half a million signatures, forcing a parliamentary debate.
  7. The Winter Games have been gripped by controversy on Monday. Here’s our round-up of the day’s events.
  8. Three employees facing sexual misconduct allegations in Haiti were "physically threatening and intimidating" towards a witness, an internal report claims.
  9. Joseph Poni Tselayarona, 28, was executed on Saturday after the 2010 murder of his girlfriend and her three-year-old son, the Botswana Prison Service said.
  10. Audiences think contemporary paintings should be easily understandable for anyone with eyes. But this is not the case.
  11. The Court of Arbitration for Sport has launched a doping procedure against Russian Olympic medallist Alexander Krushelnitsky, the court said in a statement on Monday.
  12. All you need to know as Europe’s populist wave is set to gather fresh momentum in Italy’s parliamentary elections on March 4.
  13. The nationwide action comes after 17 people were killed in a gun rampage at a Florida school last Wednesday.
  14. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, won five trophies at the ceremony, where many attendees wore black to honour victims of sexual abuse following the Me Too movement.
  15. Euronews' correspondent rates it among the best films of the festival so far.