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Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to political experts at a meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club in Sochi, Russia, Oct. 24, 2014.

Putin: Ukraine Not Interested in Dialogue

Also Friday, Putin accused the United States of endangering global security by - in his words - upsetting the international system of 'checks and balances' More

British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a media conference after an EU summit at the EU Council building in Brussels, on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014.

EU Claims Headway on Climate, Ebola

Billion-dollar funding boost for fight against Ebola in West Africa is a victory for British PM Cameron, who has been pushing to do more in response to deadly outbreak More

Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and France's President Francois Hollande arrive for a working session during an EU summit in Brussels, Oct. 24, 2014.

Stagnating Euro Zone Seeks to Persuade Germany to Shift

A growing chorus of leaders want Europe's biggest economy to spend more to avoid euro zone stagnation More

FILE - Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk (R) inspects servicemen and government defence forces outside Kyiv, Sept. 30, 2014.

Ukrainian PM Warns: Russia May Try to Disrupt Sunday Poll

Arseniy Yatsenyuk orders full security mobilization for parliamentary election to prevent ‘terrorist acts’ from being carried out More

Video Ukrainians Vote Sunday in Key Election

Early parliamentary poll called by President Poroshenko, whose bloc is expected to win most seats, form pro-Europe reform-minded majority More


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WHO Advises Against Ebola Travel Ban

Experts say bans on travel and trade with countries where virus is wreaking the greatest havoc will not stop spread of disease
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EU Leaders Seek Climate Deal, Clash Over Costs

At Brussels summit, EU policymakers aim to strike balance between big business, more innovative companies and green campaigners
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Experts to Test if Survivors' Serum Can Help Ebola Patients

Scientists hopeful treatment with antibodies in blood of Ebola survivors can help infected patients fight off deadly disease; clinical trial begins next month in Guinea
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Ukrainian PM Warns: Russia May Try to Disrupt Sunday Poll

Arseniy Yatsenyuk orders full security mobilization for parliamentary election to prevent ‘terrorist acts’ from being carried out
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WHO: Anti-Ebola Efforts Should Focus on West Africa

Official says WHO is 'reasonably confident' countries bordering those hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak are not seeing the virus crossing their borders
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Moscow Airport Chief Resigns After Deadly Runway Crash

Vnukovo airport announced on its website that the departures of the chief and his deputy were connected to the crash
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Video West Accused of Draining African Ebola-hit Countries of Doctors

Health systems in the West African countries worst hit by Ebola are struggling to contain the epidemic. A report from a British charity accuses Western countries of recruiting hundreds of doctors and nurses from Africa, severely weakening the frontline health services in the very countries where the disease has taken hold. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.