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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
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  • 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

Egyptian security officials say they have now sealed off 120 tunnels in the Sinai peninsula, which were being used to smuggle people and goods to and from neighbouring Gaza.

Several homes sitting on top of passageway exits have also been demolished.

The military has stepped up its offensive in Sinai with extra troops and tanks, after suspected militants killed 16 Egyptian border guards earlier this month.

Egypt says the gunmen used the smuggling tunnels to carry out the attack.

Lawlessness has spread in Sinai since the fall of president Hosni Mubarak and the election of Mohamed Mursi, who has vowed to restore stability to the area.

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