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Video Ukrainians Vote Sunday in Key Election

Early parliamentary poll called by President Poroshenko, whose bloc is expected to win most seats, form pro-Europe reform-minded majority More

A car drives past a sign reading "Vnukovo-3 Business Aviation Center", near Moscow's Vnukovo airport October 21, 2014.

Moscow Airport Chief Resigns After Deadly Runway Crash

Vnukovo airport announced on its website that the departures of the chief and his deputy were connected to the crash More

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak attends a news conference at the National Oil and Gas Forum in Moscow, Oct. 22, 2014.

Russia Wants Ukraine Assurance of Gas Payment

Russian energy minister says, 'If the Ukrainians have the money, then the documents will be signed. If not, then we will wait' More

FILE - Laboratory instruments are seen at the Cell2B biomedical company near Lisbon December 18, 2012. Cell2B is preparing for clinical trials of promising cell therapies aimed at eliminating transplant rejection in humans, after which the founders do not

Transplanted Nose Cells Help Paralyzed Man to Walk

International team of researchers hails as a 'breakthrough' the success of a cell transplantation procedure that helps a paralyzed man to walk again More

Video Shelling Sends Donetsk Residents into Stalin-era Shelter

Despite a cease-fire reached in September, clashes between the government and pro-Russian separatists continue More


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Video Ukrainians Vote Sunday in Key Election

Early parliamentary poll called by President Poroshenko, whose bloc is expected to win most seats, form pro-Europe reform-minded majority
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Poll: Ukraine Leader's Bloc Holds Election Lead, Tymoshenko Threatened

Poroshenko's Solidarity party and its Udar ally, led by Vitaly Klitschko, would take 20.5 percent of vote, while support for Radical Party jumped to 8.6 percent from six percent
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French Riot Police Clash with Migrants Seeking UK Entry

Motorway access to port blocked for roughly one hour as police searched trucks for stowaways
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WHO: Alarming Increase in Multi-Drug Resistant TB

Urgent action called for to stop multi-drug resistant tuberculosis as new estimates show 9 million people developed tuberculosis last year, and 1.5 million died
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Russia Wants Ukraine Assurance of Gas Payment

Russian energy minister says, 'If the Ukrainians have the money, then the documents will be signed. If not, then we will wait'
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Transplanted Nose Cells Help Paralyzed Man to Walk

International team of researchers hails as a 'breakthrough' the success of a cell transplantation procedure that helps a paralyzed man to walk again
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French Oil Giant Total Names New CEO

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Video West Accused of Draining African Ebola-hit Countries of Doctors

Health systems in the West African countries worst hit by Ebola are struggling to contain the epidemic. A report from a British charity accuses Western countries of recruiting hundreds of doctors and nurses from Africa, severely weakening the frontline health services in the very countries where the disease has taken hold. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.