News Headlines - 19 February 2014

BBC News - Ukraine president 'agrees truce' with opposition

Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych says he has agreed a truce with opposition leaders, after at least 26 people died in protests this week.

Merkel, Hollande push for Ukraine sanctions | DW.DE

Paris and Berlin have agreed on possible sanctions after at least 25 people died in violent clashes in Kyiv. The EU is preparing to push through emergency measures following the bloodshed on Tuesday.

IMF urges European Central Bank to mull cutting interest rates below zero | The Guardian

The International Monetary Fund has urged the European Central Bank to consider cutting interest rates to below zero as it warned that deflation in the eurozone was a key new risk facing the world economy.

Amazon expands Amazon Coins to Android in U.K, U.S., Germany - Telecompaper

Amazon has announced that customers in the U.S., U.K. and Germany can now buy, spend and earn Amazon Coins on their Android phones and tablets. Previously available for use exclusively on Kindle Fire tablets, Amazon Coins can now be used to buy the latest apps and purchase extra lives in popular games like "Candy Crush," directly from their Android device.

Facebook to buy WhatsApp for $19bn - Telegraph

Facebook has agreed to buy instant messaging service WhatsApp for $19bn, in a move that stands to radically redraw the competitive landscape of Silicon Valley.








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