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  • World's worst Ebola outbreak tests global response

    (Reuters) - International agencies and governments are struggling to contain the world's worst epidemic of the Ebola hemorrhagic virus, which has killed over 1,900 people in West Africa. Here is a timeline of the main developments in the outbreak....
  • Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels reach ceasefire deal; Obama remains skeptical

    Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels reach ceasefire deal; Obama remains skeptical
    Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels reached a ceasefire agreement on Friday, the first step toward ending fighting in eastern Ukraine that has caused the worst standoff between Moscow and the West since the Cold War ended. The ceasefire deal was struck in the...
  • Obama defends policies as allies move against terrorist, Russian aggression

    NEWPORT, Wales Under fire for his response in the face of foreign threats, President Barack Obama defended his methodical approach as he wrapped up meetings with allies Friday that included new steps aimed at deterring Russian aggression in Europe and the...
  • EU slaps new sanctions on Russia, may suspend them if ceasefire holds

    BRUSSELS/NEWPORT Wales (Reuters) - The European Union slapped new economic sanctions on Russia on Friday, but said they could be suspended if Moscow withdraws its troops from Ukraine and observes a ceasefire. Some provisions will make it harder for...
  • Obama says key allies ready to join U.S. action in Iraq

    Obama says key allies ready to join U.S. action in Iraq
    President Barack Obama said key NATO allies stood ready to join the United States in military action to defeat Islamic State militants in Iraq as he vowed to 'take out' the leaders of a movement he said was a major threat to the West. Obama said the...
  • WHO urges use of survivors' serum against Ebola, backs vaccine trials

    GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday blood-derived products and serum from survivors may be used to treat Ebola virus immediately and two vaccines could be available for health workers by year-end. Existing supplies of...
  • Drug and vaccine makers in race against Ebola

    Drug and vaccine makers in race against Ebola
    Drug and vaccine companies are racing to conduct clinical trials of potential treatments for Ebola but it will be 2015 before there are any initial results and much later before significant quantities could be available, executives said on Friday. In...
  • Estonia says officer abducted on border; Russia says it detained spy

    TALLINN/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Estonia said one of its security officers had been abducted on the border and taken into Russia on Friday as he tried to stop illegal activity on the border, but Russia said he had been detained on its territory as a suspected...
  • EU pledges 140 million euros in Ebola aid as West Africa toll tops 2,100

    ABIDJAN/GENEVA (Reuters) - The European Union on Friday pledged 140 million euros ($180 million) to boost the fight against Ebola in West Africa, where the death toll in the worst outbreak on record has passed 2,100 people. More than six months into...
  • Obama offers cautious optimism on announced cease-fire in Ukraine

    Obama offers cautious optimism on announced cease-fire in Ukraine
    President Obama offered cautious optimism Friday about a newly announced cease-fire between Ukraine and Russia and suggested that European leaders should proceed with plans to impose new sanctions against Russia until they've tested that the agreement...
  • Reporte IAEA muestra poco avance en investigación sobre actividad nuclear Irán

    VIENA (Reuters) - La agencia nuclear de Naciones Unidas dijo el viernes que ha habido pocos progresos importantes hasta ahora en su prolongada investigación en relación con las sospechas sobre el trabajo atómico de Irán, un revés para las expectativas...