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WHO warns that Ebola crisis isn't over PARIS: The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday warned against complacency about the deadly Ebola virus, saying that the crisis isn't over."We have to keep our guard up," Sylvie Briand, head of epidemiology at the UN's health agency, told a stock-taking meeting on Ebola in Paris. Briand said the situation in Guinea, one of the three West African states where Ebola has killed more than 11,000 people, left her "deeply concerned."Briand warned against hopes that a line could be drawn under the epidemic. stressing that "the crisis isn't over"."I am afraid there could be another wave that could spread to neighbouring countries," she said.The WHO official noted that Ebola emerged in Guinea at the end of 2013 and by April of 2014 had practically disappeared there.It then dramatically bounced back a couple of months later before spreading to neighbouring Liberia and Sierra Leone, with a scattering of cases in Mali, ...

Putin says US trying to block Blatter reelection as FIFA head MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin slammed the arrests of top FIFA delegates in a US probe as an attempt by Washington to oust Sepp Blatter as head of the organisation."This is clearly an attempt to block the reelection of Blatter as president of FIFA and is an extremely serious breach of the principles of how international organisations work," Putin said in televised comments broadcast Thursday, accusing the United States of trying to "spread its jurisdiction ...
France says Britain EU referendum 'very risky' PARIS: French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said a British referendum on whether to leave the EU was "very risky", ahead of a visit by Prime Minister David Cameron to Paris on Thursday.Cameron is carrying out a whistlestop tour of European capitals to push for reforms he says are necessary before the EU referendum, including on immigration."We will listen to him and see what he proposes," said Fabius."He launched this referendum project, it is something very ...
UK's Cameron meets EU leaders on referendum reform push LONDON: Prime Minister David Cameron starts a whirlwind two-day tour of European capitals including Paris and Berlin Thursday in a push to secure EU reforms before a referendum on whether Britain should leave.Cameron will meet the Netherlands' Prime Minister Mark Rutte in the Hague Thursday before having dinner with French President Francois Hollande in Paris.On Friday, Cameron will hold talks with Polish Prime Minister Eva Kopacz in Warsaw before flying to Berlin for a working ...
Bulgaria opens up communist-era military archives SOFIA: Bulgarian Communist-era military intelligence archives will now be open to researchers and journalists, Defence Minister Nikolay Nentchev announced Wednesday. The minister said he had released around 30,000 archived objects to the Civil Commission, which is in charge of examining documents from this period."Bulgaria needs to shed light on the repressive structures of communism," said the minister, adding that the country needs to cut itself loose from the "secrets" and "dependancies" linked to the Communist-era.In ...
Ukraine still facing 'continual attacks' on its territory: NATO KIEV: A top NATO commander warned Wednesday that "continual attacks" against Ukraine were hampering Kiev's efforts to modernise its army enough to one day join the Western military alliance."We are well aware of the formidable challenges that Ukraine is facing," NATO's political affairs and security chief Thrasyvoulos Terry Stamatopoulos told the start of a defence meeting in Kiev."It's not easy to launch wide-ranging reforms while managing a major conflict and deterring continual attacks against your ...
Danish PM calls general election for June 18 COPENHAGEN: Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt on Wednesday called a general election for June 18, even as opinion polls showed her centre-left coalition trailing the opposition."Denmark is back on track, we are out of the crisis... It's time to ask the Danes if they want to maintain this direction," said Thorning-Schmidt, who under election regulations had to call for a vote to be held before September 14.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...


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