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  • Bird flu spread likely, human cases unlikely but possible: WHO

    GENEVA (Reuters) - New cases of bird flu detected in Europe will likely hit other bird populations and may infect a few people, though the virus is highly unlikely to spread in the human population, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday....
  • Ukraine wants talks with Russia but with US participation

    KIEV Ukraine on Tuesday suggested fresh talks with Russia over the bloody conflict with separatists, but insisted that the United States should participate. "We invite the Russian Federation to hold serious negotiations on neutral territory," Prime...
  • Ukraine's Naftogaz aims to avoid importing gas from Russia

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ukraine aims to avoid using an interim gas deal signed last month for as long as it can and eventually end its reliance on Russian gas through better EU connections, Naftogaz Chief Executive Andriy Kobolyev told Reuters on Tuesday....
  • India quarantines man recovering from Ebola

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has quarantined a man who was cured of Ebola in Liberia but continued to show traces of the virus in samples of his semen after arriving in the country, the Indian Health Ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a...
  • Iran seeks quick relief from U.N. sanctions in nuclear talks

    Iran seeks quick relief from U.N. sanctions in nuclear talks
    The latest obstacle to the U.S. and five other nations finalizing a nuclear deal with Iran by this month's deadline is an unexpected new demand from Tehran for quick relief from United Nations sanctions. For most of the last nine months of negotiations,...
  • No safety concerns yet in trials of GSK's Ebola vaccine

    LONDON (Reuters) - Almost 200 people have received GlaxoSmithKline's experimental Ebola vaccine in trials in the United States, Britain, Mali and Switzerland, and the safety data so far are "very satisfactory", scientists said on Monday. The trials,...
  • Why Putin's anti-NATO behavior makes sense to him, and many in Russia

    Why Putin's anti-NATO behavior makes sense to him, and many in Russia
    Russian President Vladimir Putin had an opportunity to lobby for easing international sanctions against his country last month when European and Asian leaders gathered for a summit in Milan, but for his most crucial meeting — a sit-down with...
  • The U.N. must coordinate the fight against the Islamic State

    The U.N. must coordinate the fight against the Islamic State
    Sectarian violence is tearing apart much of the Middle East. One of the major antagonists, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) is also becoming a serious domestic security challenge for more than 80 countries around the world grappling with...
  • Bosnia's new leadership takes shape, faces pressure to reform

    SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia's new presidential triumvirate took office on Monday in a first step to forming a government the West hopes will press economic reforms to help unblock stalled efforts to join the European Union. The presidency comprises a...
  • Isolated at G20, Putin shows he will do it his way in Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - It may have looked in the West like Russian President Vladimir Putin fled this weekend's G20 summit early with his tail between his legs after being berated over Ukraine. But it was a different story in Russia, where pliant media...
  • U.S. 'disappointed' with Iran's IAEA cooperation ahead of nuclear talks

    VIENNA (Reuters) - The United States is disappointed with Iran's failure to engage with a U.N. nuclear agency investigation into suspected atomic bomb research, a U.S. envoy said on Monday. Western officials say Iran must improve cooperation with the...