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Spanish nurse tests 'negative' for #Ebola

A Spanish nurse who became the first person outside of West Africa to test positive for the dealy Ebola virus is now clear of all traces of the disease, authorities in Spain have said.

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Catholic Church criticised for gay U-turn

Activists and human rights groups have lashed out at the Catholic Church's failure to open its doors to gay people, but praised Pope Francis for getting bishops to confront "taboos."

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Catholic bishops scrap 'welcome' to gays

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Catholic bishops have rejected a landmark welcome to gays, showing deep divisions at the end of a two-week meeting sought by Pope Francis to chart a more merciful approach to ministering to Catholic families.

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Peace hopes for #Ukraine after Milan meeting

Ukraine and Russia have signalled there could be progress in settling a festering row over gas supplies after three meetings between the nations in the space of ten hours.

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#Sweden probes 'foreign underwater activity'

The Swedish armed forces announced a large military operation around islands off Stockholm following reports of suspicious "foreign underwater activity".

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Golden Dawn members named in criminal report

A Greek public prosecutor has recommended that 70 members of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn movement, including 18 people elected to the country's parliament in 2012, stand trial, according to a legal source.

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#Vatican waters down 'welcome note' to gays

The Vatican has released a new English version of a draft report on attitudes to homosexuals, altering content and diminishing the welcoming tone in the Italian original.

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Putin feted as #Serbia marks end of #Nazi rule

Serbia has feted Vladimir Putin with a military parade to mark seven decades since the Russians liberated Belgrade from the Nazis, but leaders balanced their reverence for old allies with a statement on their future in Europe.

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#Ebola: WHO lists 15 priority countries

ParisThe WHO has said it is focusing its attention on 15 countries to prevent the spread of Ebola, as the EU announced a review of its entry policies and the disease was reported in the last untouched area of Sierra Leone.

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UK minister: Disabled not worth minimum wage

A British government minister has been forced to apologise after he said that some disabled people were "not worth" the country's minimum wage and some could be paid less than a third of the rate.

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