At least 32 miners were killed in a blast at a coal mine in a rebel-held area of eastern Ukraine.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the EU was focused on completing Greece's current bailout, playing down any talk of a third rescue package for debt-hit Athens.
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The leaders of the west African countries worst hit by Ebola called for more aid to eradicate the disease and rebuild their shattered economies.
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Google's "Advisory Council" backed the company's view that links to personal information be removed only from websites in Europe, in the latest action by the "right to be forgotten" ruling.
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- Britain votes to allow world's first "three-parent" IVF babies
- Alibaba meets with China regulator, controversial report retracted
- Twitter withholds scores of tweets after Turkish court ruling on journalists
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NYU Film professor Kenneth Friedman talks about films and governmental pressures on filmmakers internationally.
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