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  1. WHO Expects Ebola Vaccine Surge in 2015 - Voice of America


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    WHO Expects Ebola Vaccine Surge in 2015
    Voice of America
    An official with the World Health Organization predicts hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccine doses will be ready by June. Marie-Paule Kieny, assistant director-general, told reporters Friday that two leading vaccine candidates are already in clinical trials ...
    Millions of Ebola vaccine doses by end of 2015, WHO saysBBC News
    WHO Says Ebola Vaccine Trials Due December in West AfricaWall Street Journal
    WHO: Millions of Ebola vaccine doses ready in 2015The Spokesman Review
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  2. Ottawa shooting: Where did Michael Zehaf-Bibeau get his gun? - CBC.ca


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    Ottawa shooting: Where did Michael Zehaf-Bibeau get his gun?
    CBC.ca
    Investigators say the Winchester .30-30 calibre rifle used by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau in this week's Ottawa shootings on Parliament Hill may be a critical piece of evidence as they try to reconstruct his activities prior to the attack. "The source of that gun is of ...
    Canada shooting: Police investigate whether Michael Zahaf-Bibeau had help ...ABC Online
    Canada should give police more power to arrest would-be terrorists before they ...National Post
    Canadian Parliament gunman: He said devil was after himDetroit Free Press
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  3. Cameron: UK won't pay £1.7bn EU bill next month - BBC News


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    Cameron: UK won't pay £1.7bn EU bill next month
    BBC News
    David Cameron has angrily insisted the UK will not pay £1.7bn being demanded by the European Union by next month. "If people think I am paying that bill on 1 December, they have another thing coming," the prime minister said in Brussels. "It is not going to ...
    "We won't pay," furious Cameron tells EU over surprise budgetReuters
    Fork Over an Extra $2.7 Billion to Brussels? No Way, Says BritainBusinessweek
    European Union Asks Britain to Pay Extra $2.7 BillionNew York Times
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  4. Putin accuses United States of damaging world order - Reuters


    Reuters

    Putin accuses United States of damaging world order
    Reuters
    LAURA Russia (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States on Friday of endangering global security by imposing a "unilateral diktat" on the rest of the world and shifted blame for the Ukraine crisis onto the West. In a 40-minute ...
    Putin Accuses US of Undermining Global StabilityABC News
    UPDATE 1-Russia's Putin accuses US of damaging world orderReuters Africa
    Putin Says Ukraine Still Has Chance for Peaceful SettlementRIA Novosti
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  5. All aflutter as Queen Elizabeth makes her Twitter debut - Financial Times


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    All aflutter as Queen Elizabeth makes her Twitter debut
    Financial Times
    There were several possible responses to the news that Queen Elizabeth II had just made her debut on Twitter, and the internet had all of them. The tweet itself – sent on Friday October 24 2014, should you wish to remember the date – was innocuous enough ...
    Queen sends her first royal tweetThe Australian
    the Queen's digital revolution in 90 secondsTelegraph.co.uk
    The Queen sends first tweet to launch Science Museum galleryBBC News
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