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    Greek ship sailor does not have Ebola
    Nov18

    Greek ship sailor does not have Ebola

    ATHENS: A crew member on a Greek ship coming from Guinea who was thought to be showing symptoms of Ebola does not have the deadly disease, the Greek health ministry said on Tuesday. A Filipino crew member on the Magda P. cargo ship on its way from Guinea to Ukraine had had a high fever for several days, sparking concern that he may have...

    NATO leader sees 'serious military buildup' in Ukraine, urges Russia to pull back troops
    Nov18

    NATO leader sees 'serious military buildup' in Ukraine, urges Russia to pull back troops

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday a military buildup was taking place both inside Ukraine and on the Russian side of the border and urged Moscow to pull back its troops. …read more Source: The...

    Berlin to check in Moscow if ceasefire boosted by Brisbane talks
    Nov18

    Berlin to check in Moscow if ceasefire boosted by Brisbane talks

    KIEV (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in Kiev on Tuesday, on his way to Moscow, that he wanted to see if talks in Brisbane between Chancellor Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin had improved the chances of an effective ceasefire in Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Trade and security key to relationship, Modi tells ‘foremost partner’ Australia in Parliament address
    Nov18

    Trade and security key to relationship, Modi tells ‘foremost partner’ Australia in Parliament address

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Australia Parliament. Trade, investment and maritime security cooperation were at the core of a 24-minute address that Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered to a joint session of the Australian Parliament in Canberra on Tuesday. Modi described India and Australia as “foremost partners” in the Asia Pacific and...

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

    Five more Ukrainian soldiers killed as German foreign minister visits Kiev

    Five Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the conflict in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, the military said on Tuesday, as Germany’s foreign minister prepared to hold talks on the crisis in both Kiev and Moscow. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    Moscow hopes ties with EU have not crossed ‘point of no return’
    Nov18

    Moscow hopes ties with EU have not crossed ‘point of no return’

    Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Russia hoped its ties with the EU had not yet crossed the point of no return after Brussels slapped more sanctions against Kremlin-backed separatists fighting Kiev. …read more Source: Channel...

    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...

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