- • Health workers go on strike at Sierra Leone Ebola treatment centre
- • Football: Costa fires six-goal Chelsea to victory
- • Police clash with protesters trying to storm Pakistan PM's house
- • European arrest warrant issued for brain tumour boy's parents
- • Gulf monarchies say they are ready to help counter jihadists
- • EU chooses Polish PM as chairman, Italian FM to run foreign policy
- • Ukraine's Poroshenko says close to point of all-out war with Russia
- • Egypt to issue certificates to finance Suez Canal on Monday
- • Pakistan PM dismisses political crisis as 'tiny storm'
- • Tennis: Wimbledon champion Kvitova joins ranks of US Open fallen
- • Budding Belgian cycling star, 18, is found dead after taking his own life: Media reports
- • 32 Filipino peacekeepers evacuated, others under attack: UN
- • EU readies new Russia sanctions, says Ukraine conflict puts Europe at risk of war
- • Ecuador nuns go public for first time in 150 years - and 1,500 people sign up for tours
- • Football: Manchester City and United drop points as Diouf's solo goal stun champions
- • Iraq gets Russian Mi-28 attack helicopters, will use them against militants: Ministry
- • Protesters descend on British city ahead of Nato summit
- • Lawmaker probing Russian soldier deaths in Ukraine is attacked: Party
- • Iran says fresh US sanctions have deepened mistrust
- • Football: Loic Remy set to join Chelsea, says QPR boss Redknapp
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