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Greek ships rescue migrants in the Aegean

Greek ships rescue migrants in the Aegean

The Greek Coast Guard was able to apprehend 180 people from other boat attempts this week.

UN force to deploy to Central African Republic

UN force to deploy to Central African Republic

A UN official warned that "sectarian violence and the cycle of violent attacks and reprisals continue in many places in the country".

Mugabe to visit China, seek aid package

Mugabe to visit China, seek aid package

Chinese businesses are already investing tens of millions of dollars in the energy, manufacturing, mining and water sectors.

The Ebola virus: Origins and dangers

The Ebola virus: Origins and dangers

Deforestation, poverty and recession have increased the likelihood of humans coming in contact with Ebola-carrying wildlife.

UN sanctions target ISIL

UN sanctions target ISIL

The UN Resolution cited that as a splinter faction of Al-Qaeda, ISIL was subject to existing sanctions restricting access to funds and materiel.

UN warns of ‘humanitarian catastrophe’ in S Sudan

UN warns of ‘humanitarian catastrophe’ in S Sudan

At least four million people in South Sudan are now facing malnutrition due to lack of food and clean water, aid agencies say.

Libyan parliament agrees on direct presidential poll as violence continues

Libyan parliament agrees on direct presidential poll as violence continues

On Tuesday, the interior ministry reported that Tripoli police chief Muhammad Suwaysi was shot in a suburb of the capital.

China, ASEAN capable of ensuring regional stability – Wang

China, ASEAN capable of ensuring regional stability – Wang

China says it will listen to its maritime neighbors but did not want to impede South China Sea development.

China sends $5 mn aid, experts to West Africa to fight Ebola

China sends $5 mn aid, experts to West Africa to fight Ebola

The WHO has warned of the consequences of a possible international spread of the outbreak of Ebola.

Turkey votes in first direct presidential poll

Turkey votes in first direct presidential poll

Surveys have shown Prime Minister Erdogan holding steady with 53 to 55 per cent of the electorate saying they will vote for him on Sunday.

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