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  • Ebola-free Nigeria hailed as 'success story' in battling outbreak

    It was an epidemiologist’s worst nightmare: one of the world’s deadliest contagious diseases loose in one of the world’s most densely populated and sometimes chaotic megacities — Lagos, Nigeria. With its teeming slums, bogus...
  • EU targets ministers, UAE firm in latest Syria sanctions

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union imposed sanctions on Tuesday on 12 Syrian government ministers, two senior military figures and a United Arab Emirates company it accused of helping supply oil to Syria. The moves were part of a gradual...
  • Palestinians downbeat on promised rebuilding of ruined Gaza Strip

    GAZA/RAMALLAH West Bank (Reuters) - The first torrential downpour of an approaching winter has already soaked the Gaza Strip, compounding the misery of thousands of Palestinians who scrambled to patch homes wrecked by the summer war with Israel. While...
  • EU to consider Ukraine request for extra 2 billion euros: Commission

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ukraine has requested an extra 2 billion euros ($2.55 billion) and EU authorities will consider the loan request together with the International Monetary Fund, a European Commission spokesman said on Tuesday. "The Commission...
  • How a timid West let Russia regroup

    How a timid West let Russia regroup
    Looking back over the past quarter-century, it isn't easy to name a Western policy that can truly be described as a success. The impact of Western development aid is debatable. Western interventions in the Middle East have been disastrous. But one...
  • EU approval of Russian pipeline would be a move against Ukraine

    BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - Approval of Russia's South Stream pipeline would send a message to Ukraine that the European Union is not ready to support its ambitions to lean toward the West and does not see it as a reliable gas transporter, the head of...
  • Azevedo asks for ideas as WTO hits a brick wall

    GENEVA (Reuters) - World Trade Organization chief Roberto Azevedo will begin consulting with WTO ambassadors on Wednesday to try to work out how to pick up the pieces after global trade negotiations appeared to suffer a final defeat on Tuesday. "Whether,...
  • EU fines JPMorgan, UBS, Credit Suisse for taking part in cartels

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - JPMorgan , UBS and Credit Suisse were fined a total of 94 million euros ($120 million) by the European Commission for taking part in cartels in the financial sector. The Commission handed JPMorgan a 61.7-million-euro fine for rigging...
  • Tens of thousands expected to get Ebola vaccines from January: WHO

    GENEVA (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people in West Africa are expected to begin getting experimental Ebola vaccines from January, but population-wide immunization is still far off, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday. Initial clinical...
  • We can survive without Russian gas now, says Lithuania's president

    OSLO (Reuters) - Lithuania will be able to survive without Russian gas after its liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal starts up soon, redrawing the energy map for the Baltic states, President Dalia Grybauskaite said on Tuesday. The floating LNG import...
  • No deal yet, EU hopes for Russia-Ukraine gas deal next week

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ukrainian, Russian and EU negotiators failed to conclude a deal on gas pricing at talks in Brussels on Tuesday and will meet again in the hope of an accord next Wednesday, Oct. 29, EU Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said....