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  • PM Cameron says slow growth in Europe poses threat to British economy, Britain will not pay “completely unacceptable” and “unjustified” EU bill – Reuters
  • WHO says any stockpiling of Ebola vaccines would happen after the current epidemic, in preparation for future outbreaks – Reuters
  • PM Cameron says EU demand for extra funds “does not help” case to keep Britain in the 28-nation bloc – Reuters
  • A loud explosion that rang out near the Egyptian town of al-Arish in the Sinai Peninsula, appears to be an attack on an army installation - Reuters
  • Ebola: WHO says it 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



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