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Canada ships Ebola vaccine to Geneva

Canada ships Ebola vaccine to GenevaAbout 800 vials of an experimental Ebola vaccine is being shipped Monday from Canada to the U.N. in Geneva as health authorities fight to contain the deadly disease

ISIL militants strike Kobani with two-car suicide bomb

ISIL militants strike Kobani with two-car suicide bombIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant militants launched a two-car suicide bomb attack in Kobani on Monday

Settlers take over 2 buildings in East Jerusalem

Settlers take over 2 buildings in East JerusalemArmed Jewish settlers took over two buildings in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan on Monday, a local group said

Gazans visit relatives jailed in Israel for 1st time since June

Gazans visit relatives jailed in Israel for 1st time since JuneOver 60 Palestinians from Gaza visited relatives in Israeli jails on Monday for the first time since June, officials said

Minister: Construction materials must enter Gaza

Minister: Construction materials must enter GazaMinister of Labor Mamoun Abu Shahla said on Monday evening that the reconstruction in Gaza will be delayed if construction materials are not permitted immediately

Kerry in Indonesia seeks Asian support against ISIL

Kerry in Indonesia seeks Asian support against ISILU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met leaders from the Asia Pacific region in Indonesia on Monday, seeking more help in the U.S.-led effort against ISIL in the Middle East

Israeli Jews oppose Palestinian state on 67 borders: Poll

Israeli Jews oppose Palestinian state on 67 borders: PollThree of every four Israeli Jews oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders, a new survey showed

Saudi warns Houthi rebels against border incursions

Saudi warns Houthi rebels against border incursionsSaudi Arabia warned against any breach of its border after Shiite Houthi rebels in neighbouring Yemen seized a crossing point into the kingdom the National reported

Hong Kong crisis deepens after weekend clashes

Hong Kong crisis deepens after weekend clashesA deepening sense of impasse gripped Hong Kong on Monday as pro-democracy protests entered their fourth week, with the government having limited options to end the crisis and demonstrators increasingly willing to confront police

Sweden searching for Russian submarine in echo of The Hunt for Red October plot

Sweden searching for Russian submarine in echo of The Hunt for Red October plotIn the country's biggest mobilisation since the Cold War, Swedish ships, troops and helicopter were scouring its waters for foreign underwater activity