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  • Ebola: WHO says expects first data on efficacy of vaccines by April 2015 – Reuters
  • Putin: risks of serious conflicts involving major countries have risen, as well as risk of arms control treaties being violated – Reuters
  • Russian President Putin calls for talks on internationally acceptable conditions for use of force – Reuters
  • WHO says potential Ebola vaccine manufacturers have made commitments for affordable prices – Reuters
  • German Chancellor Merkel urged Russian President Putin to support a quick solution to Moscow’s gas row with Ukraine – Reuters
  • Russian President Putin says global and regional security system has been weakened – Reuters
  • Hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccines doses will be ready by the first half of 2015, says the World Health Organisation – Reuters
  • Tunisian forces killed six people after a standoff with an Islamist militant group on the outskirts of Tunis – Reuters
  • Poland lodges request with European Court of Human Rights for review of judgment in CIA prisons case – Reuters
  • French fighter jets destroyed 12 buildings in Iraq holding weapons under control of Islamic State militants

businessagenda

  • Euro zone inflation and jobs figures

    On Friday, we will know how euro zone inflation and unemployment fared in January. The figures will… 21/02/09 10:10 CET

  • Telefónica results

    Spain’s Telefónica is set to announce its 2008 results on Thursday. Sell-offs of assets are… 21/02/09 10:07 CET

  • US oil inventories

    Weekly figures for US crude oil stockpiles are out on Wednesday. Last week they were close to an… 21/02/09 10:01 CET

  • German business sentiment

    How are German companies coping with the crisis? On Tuesday the Ifo economic think-tank will tell… 21/02/09 09:58 CET

  • Italian inflation

    On Monday, Italy publishes retail prices data for January. A record low inflation figure is… 21/02/09 09:54 CET

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