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Ebola infections cross 5000 mark in West Africa: WHO ISLAMABAD: The World Health Organization (WHO) has reportedly said that the number of people infected by the Ebola virus in West Arica has crossed 5,000.The United Nations agency confirmed that while the number of suspected and confirmed cases stands at 5,335 in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the death toll has risen to 2 622, News 24 reported.The number of people infected and killed by Ebola infection is the highest in Liberia, WHO said.Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2014

Canada inflation holds at 2.1pc OTTAWA: Canadians paid 2.1 percent more for goods and services in August than a year earlier, with rising prices led by higher shelter costs, the government statistical agency announced Friday.The inflation figure was in line with analysts' forecasts, following an identical hike in July prices.According to Statistics Canada, the costs of natural gas, mortgage insurance, telephone services, Internet access, fresh fruit and fresh vegetables, meat, beer, cigarettes and passenger vehicles were up in August.Gasoline prices, ...

Poland says will not arm Ukraine forces WARSAW: Poland will not send arms or otherwise get involved in the bloody conflict in neighbouring Ukraine, its prime minister-designate Ewa Kopacz said Friday."We shouldn't be an active participant in this armed conflict," Kopacz told reporters, while adding that Poland would adhere to all joint EU initiatives concerning Ukraine. "Poland should behave like a reasonable Polish woman. Our safety, our country, our home, our children are what's most important."Which doesn't mean we should now be ...

TANAP will be dream come true: Turkey's PM ISLAMABAD: The Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline, TANAP- a pipeline that will transport gas from Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz field to Europe through Turkey will be a dream come true, Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Thursday ahead of his official visit to Azerbaijan.Following Davutoglu's upcoming talks on Friday on bilateral relations, regional and international developments with Azerbaijani officials, the TANAP project foundations will be laid Saturday which Davutoglu described as a 'peace project' that will ...

British PM urges unity after Scotland rejects independence LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron called for unity on Friday after Scotland rejected independence in a historic referendum, saying that the argument had been settled "for a generation"."Now is the time for our United Kingdom to come together and to move forward," Cameron said in a speech in front of his office at 10 Downing Street.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2014

Scotland votes 'No' by 55.3pc: final result EDINBURGH: Scotland rejected independence from the United Kingdom by 55.3 percent to 44.7 percent, on a record 84.6 percent turnout, final results showed Friday.Official figures show 2,001,926 people voted to stay in the union and 1,617,989 voted to leave, with turnout beating the previous record for a UK vote of 84 percent, set in the 1950 British general election.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2014

84 South Africans killed in Nigeria church collapse: official JOHANNESBURG: The number of South Africans known to have died in the collapse of a multi-storey megachurch in Lagos last week has risen to 84, Pretoria's high commissioner to Nigeria said on Friday."The number has risen from 67 to 84, with more bodies discovered on Thursday," Lulu Mnguni told AFP.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2014


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