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    Five more Ukrainian soldiers killed, German foreign minister visits Kiev
    Nov18

    Five more Ukrainian soldiers killed, German foreign minister visits Kiev

    KIEV (Reuters) – Five Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the conflict in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, the military said on Tuesday, as Germany foreign minister prepared to hold talks on the crisis in both Kiev and Moscow. …read more Source: The...

    Five Ukrainian Soldiers Killed in East Ukraine Fighting: Kiev
    Nov18

    Five Ukrainian Soldiers Killed in East Ukraine Fighting: Kiev

    Five Ukrainian soldiers were killed and eight injured in fighting between government forces and Russian-backed rebels over the past 24 hours, the Ukrainian military said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Russian doctors protest as reforms threaten jobs
    Nov18

    Russian doctors protest as reforms threaten jobs

    MOSCOW – Russian doctors have taken to the streets in a rare protest as thousands are set to lose their jobs and dozens of hospitals are due to shut in Moscow in controversial moves to modernise the creaking health system.With white coats slung over their winter clothing, more than 6,000 doctors and nurses braved the November cold on Sunday...

    Fearing Ebola surge, Mali widens virus watch
    Nov18

    Fearing Ebola surge, Mali widens virus watch

    BAMAKO – Fearful of a surge of Ebola cases, Mali placed more than 440 people under surveillance, as a US hospital said Monday it had been unable to save the life of a doctor airlifted from Sierra Leone.Officials in Mali met to consider increasing security at its border following two confirmed cases of Ebola due to infection in neighbouring...

    Fearful Mali places almost 600 under Ebola surveillance
    Nov18

    Fearful Mali places almost 600 under Ebola surveillance

    BAMAKO: Fearful of a surge of Ebola cases, Mali placed nearly 600 people under surveillance, as the country battles to contain the spread of the deadly tropical virus. Malian officials met on Monday to consider increasing security at its border following two confirmed cases of Ebola due to infection in neighbouring Guinea. US airports also...

    End of communism not all good for Christianity
    Nov18

    End of communism not all good for Christianity

    VATICAN-COMMUNISM – The end of communist rule in Europe, which began 25 years ago this month, was not all positive for Christianity because it brought tensions between Rome and Russia back to the surface, a senior Vatican official said on Monday.Cardinal Kurt Koch, the top Roman Catholic official for inter-church relations, said the...

    India’s Modi talks ‘shirtfronting’ and cricket Down Under
    Nov18

    India’s Modi talks ‘shirtfronting’ and cricket Down Under

    SYDNEY: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi injected some humour into his address to Australia’s parliament on Tuesday, using the term “shirtfront” to make fun of his host while also talking cricket. Modi’s official visit, the first by an Indian leader in 28 years, follows on from Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s hosting...

    Fearful Mali places almost 600 under Ebola surveillance
    Nov18

    Fearful Mali places almost 600 under Ebola surveillance

    Bamako (AFP) – Fearful of a surge of Ebola cases, Mali placed nearly 600 people under surveillance, as the country battles to contain the spread of the deadly tropical virus.Malian officials met on Monday to consider increasing security at its border following two confirmed cases of Ebola due to infection in neighbouring Guinea.US airports...

    Ukrainian soldier: “They don’t fight. They simply destroy“
    Nov18

    Ukrainian soldier: “They don’t fight. They simply destroy“

    Women join separatists’ fight for eastern UkraineKiev, rebels agree to extra measures to ensure Ukraine cease-fireUkraine, pro-Russian separatists agree to ceasefireUnder artillery fire, Ukraine rebels switch their leaders …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Modi talks about ‘shirtfronting’
    Nov18

    Modi talks about ‘shirtfronting’

    SYDNEY (AFP) – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi injected some humour into his address to Australias parliament on Tuesday, using the term shirtfront to make fun of his host while also talking cricket.Modis official visit, the first by an Indian leader in 28 years, follows on from Prime Minister Tony Abbotts hosting of G20 world leaders...

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