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  • U.S. diplomat criticizes PM Orban's Russia policies

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary should back European Union sanctions against Russia and not talk about granting autonomy for ethnic Hungarians living in Ukraine at this time of instability, an American diplomat said in Budapest on Friday. U.S. Chargé d'...
  • Putin urges West to help Ukraine with funds for Russian gas

    LAURA Russia (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a plea to the European Union and United States on Friday, asking them to help cash-strapped Ukraine raise funds to pay for Russian gas purchases and warning about escalation of the gas...
  • UN calls on Mexico to do more to find missing students, asks permission to help

    MEXICO CITY The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday admonished Mexico to "step up" efforts to locate 43 students who went missing nearly a month ago, a sign that Mexico faces increasing heat over its human rights record. In a...
  • WHO says Ebola vaccine plans accelerating as trials advance

    GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - Trials of Ebola vaccines could begin in West Africa in December, a month earlier than expected, and hundreds of thousands of doses should be available for use by the middle of next year, the World Health Organization said on...
  • Mali monitors 43 people as it tackles its first case of Ebola

    Mali monitors 43 people as it tackles its first case of Ebola
    Health authorities in Mali are monitoring 43 people known to have been in contact with a 2-year-old girl, the West African nation's first Ebola case. As Malian officials scrambled to head off the threat, authorities in neighboring Ivory Coast were...
  • Angry British PM Cameron says won't pay 'unjustified' EU bill

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday Britain would not make an additional 2.1-billion-euro payment into this year's European Union budget, calling the bloc's demand for extra funds "completely unacceptable". Cameron was...
  • Russia still has troops in Ukraine, NATO says

    Russia still has troops in Ukraine, NATO says
    MONS Belgium (Reuters) - Russia still has troops in eastern Ukraine and retains a very capable force on the border despite a partial withdrawal, NATO's military commander said on Friday. "We've seen a pretty good withdrawal of the Russian forces from...
  • Three major nations absent as China launches World Bank rival in Asia

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Australia, Indonesia and South Korea skipped the launch of a China-backed Asian infrastructure bank on Friday as the United States said it had concerns about the new rival to Western-dominated multilateral lenders. China's $50...
  • EU leaders agree to raise Ebola aid budget to 1 billion euros

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders agreed on Friday to roughly double their financial support for efforts to fight the deadly Ebola epidemic in Africa to 1 billion euros, the chairman of their Brussels summit, European Council President Herman...
  • Chief Palestinian negotiator issues statehood ultimatum

    RAMALLAH West Bank (Reuters) - The Palestinians' chief peace negotiator has laid out in the clearest terms yet plans to establish an independent Palestinian state within three years, even if it means ignoring pleas from the United States not to push...
  • EU's growth tsar tells Germany to invest more, no decision on Italy

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany's potential for economic growth is far too low and the country must invest more, the EU's top economic official said on Friday, joining a growing chorus of leaders who want Europe's biggest economy to spend more to avoid...