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A Few Ebola Cases Likely In U.S., Air Traffic Analysis Predicts

What are the chances somebody with Ebola will fly to the U.S. by late September? One team of scientists says it could be as high as 18 percent. And the risk is even higher for the U.K.
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Liberia's Information Minister Admits Mistakes, Defends Actions

In efforts to defeat Ebola, the government could have done better, says Lewis Brown. But he stands by the tough calls that have been made — including the controversial quarantine in West Point.
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Russians React To Western Food Ban With Pride, Resignation

As NATO discusses the crisis in Ukraine this week, Russia's ban on Western imports of fresh food marches on. For now, Moscow's grocery shelves are still stocked, and citizens are stoic.
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Baltic States Battle Russian Media Blitz

The Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia are trying to counter what they say is a flood of intense propaganda from Russian media that broadcast just across the border.
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Legal Troubles Dog Famed Spanish Architect Santiago Calatrava

A Spanish court named Calatrava, designer of New York's Ground Zero transport hub, a suspect in alleged contract fraud. Prosecutors say he got $3.6 million for a convention center that wasn't built.
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What Can NATO Do To Stop Russia's Moves Into Ukraine?

David Greene talks to Gen. Philip Breedlove, NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe, about the NATO summit and how to handle the crisis in Ukraine.
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Ebola Fight Requires Massive War Chest

David Greene talks to World Health Organization Director-General Margaret Chan and David Nabarro, head of the U.N.'s effort against Ebola, about the current outbreak in West Africa.
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NATO Summit Considers: Ukraine Crisis, Rise Of Islamist Militants

NATO leaders, including President Obama, meet in Wales for what's being called their most important summit since the end of the Cold War.
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In Pakistan, Protesters Block Islamabad's City Center

Traffic is stopped at the nerve center of the country's federal government. It's part of a standoff between the government and two opposition politicians who accuse the government of corruption.
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'We Will Emerge From This Ordeal,' Slain Journalist's Family Says

The remarks by Steven Sotloff's family come a day after the Islamic State group released a video that showed a militant beheading the freelance journalist.

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