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- IMF throws Ukraine $1.4bn lifelineThe International Monetary Fund has given a green light for Ukraine to receive the second tranche of financial assistance totalling $1.39 billion, meaning more austerity measures for the already struggling economy.
- Winter is coming: Ukrainians educated in energy saving, alternative heatingWith natural gas shortages central heating may not be in place in Ukrainian flats for the cold winter. While people are rushing to buy electric heaters, authorities have issued brochures with advice on how to cope with freezing temperatures.
- ‘Soul of the sun’ detected for the first time by scientistsScientists have for the first time detected the solar neutrino particles forged in the sun’s heart that are eventually emitted into the galaxy as light.
- ‘Gun boom’ in the US is over, but weapon sales still highGun sales in the United States have slipped in 2014 compared to last year, but they’re still higher than at any other point in the last decade.
- Declared missing: Russian diplomats detained in Kiev under dubious pretextA group of Russian embassy employees, detained in Kiev under a completely dubious pretext, have been declared missing by the embassy, after the Russian Foreign Ministry’s call for their immediate release was ignored by Ukrainian authorities.
- NATO planning rapid-deployment force of 10,000 troops to counter Russia – reportNATO is reportedly working towards the creation of an expeditionary force composed of 10,000 troops from seven different member states as a result of escalating tensions with Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
- First Ebola case in Senegal, five more states at risk of outbreak spreadWest African state of Senegal has become the region's fifth country to confirm a case of the deadly Ebola virus that has killed more than 1,500 people with the WHO warning that five more states are at risk for spread of the outbreak.
- Seek and destroy: New ‘nanorobots’ may revolutionize cancer treatmentMiniscule robots are set to start hunting down cancerous cells in the human body and destroy them with their nanoweapons, new research suggests. The nanorobots to be used have had a tumor-recognition module installed for the purpose.
- Soviet spy ring mastermind John Walker dies in prisonThe infamous man behind one of the United States’ most shocking spy rings has died in a federal North Carolina prison.
- ISIS sets sights on Denmark as EU nation wades into Iraq crisisThe Islamic State has declared Denmark an “enemy of Islam” and the country is on the militant organization’s radar. This is according to a Danish-Turkish jihadist, who only gave his name as OA and previously fought for the organization in Syria.
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