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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

More than 40 fires are still burning across Tasmania, after a heatwave with temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius hit the the Australian island state.

At least 85 homes have been destroyed in the Dunalley area alone, according to police.

Authorities say they are still trying to reach around 100 missing people.

After a cooler weekend, temperatures are set to soar again next week.

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