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Divided nationalists win #Bosnia elections

Nationalist candidates from rival ethnic groups have won Bosnia's three-seat presidency, underlining deep divisions 20 years after the Balkan state's civil war.

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Divided #Bosnia votes in nationwide elections

Bosnians voted for national, regional and local representatives on Sunday, in elections dominated by still-unresolved issues of identity and statehood after almost 20 years of peace, and with little prospect of any genuine change.

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#Spain monitoring three more for #Ebola signs

Three more people have been admitted to hospital in Madrid to be monitored for signs of Ebola, bringing the total number under observation to 15.

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#Greece government wins confidence vote

Greece's coalition government has won a confidence vote it called for in a bid to build support among its backbenchers and ease fears of political instability in advance of a crucial presidential vote early next year.

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EU steps up screening as #Ebola fear spreads

Health authorities in many European countries have been preparing for the possible arrival of suspected and confirmed cases of Ebola, following guidelines issued by the World Health Organisation.

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French author wins Nobel prize in literature

Patrick Modiano

France's Patrick Modiano has won the 2014 Nobel Prize in literature for his works on Nazi occupation and its effects on his country.

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#WHO: no control over spread of #Ebola

The Ebola outbreak shows no signs of abating, has killed 3,879 people and threatens more Western African nations poorly equipped to deal with the disease, the World Health Organisation has said in a grim update.

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Kenyatta appears before ICC court

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta became the first sitting president to appear before the International Criminal Court in The Hague where he faces charges of crimes against humanity.

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Deaths in Kurdish protests in #Turkey

Kurdish protestsAt least 12 people were killed in demonstrations across Turkey, local media reported, as Kurds demanded the government do more to protect the Syrian-Kurdish town of Kobane from Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) fighters.

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#Cyprus suspends unification talks with #Turkey

Cyprus' president has suspended talks on reunifying the divided island in response to Turkey's plan to search for oil and gas in waters where Cyprus had already licensed drilling.

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