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  • German government source says decisions on economic policy in Europe will be made in December, EU summit this week should clarify procedures, although no specific decisions are expected to be made – REUTERS
  • Hungary’s ruling Fidesz Party proposes a cap on planned Internet tax (statement) – REUTERS
  • Sierra Leone: two dead in the east of the country following violence linked to Ebola (doctors and locals) – AFP
  • The European Parliament approves Jean-Claude Juncker’s new European Commission by 423 votes to 209 – REUTERS
  • North Korea’s news agency KCNA reports leader Kim Jong-un released American Jeffrey Fowle considering ‘repeated requests of US President Obama’ – REUTERS



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