The death toll reaches 25 in clashes between protesters and police. Hundreds of thousands of people continue to rally across the country against a citizenship law they say discriminates against Muslims.
Protesters in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh neighborhood invited Modi to celebrate Valentine's Day with them. The invitation also featured a "surprise gift."
Police in New Delhi are using facial recognition to identify protesters. Activists are worried about the lack of regulation around the technology. They are also sharing tips on evading detection.
The WHO declared an international emergency over the "unprecedented outbreak" in China, but said they were confident in China's capacity to control it. Meanwhile, airlines were halting flights to the country.
India's Citizenship Amendment Act, which sparked deadly protests over fears it discriminates Muslims, will not be suspended. PM Modi's government has four weeks to respond to legal challenges ahead of the next hearing.
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