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(27-04-2011)
  • Why Scotland wants independence

    'Yes' supporters gather at a rally outside the BBC in GlasgowThere's nothing new about Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom's ups and downs.


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  • Independent senator says he may run for president as a Democrat

    U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs Chairman Senator Sanders leads a hearing on "The State of VA Health Care" on Capitol Hill in WashingtonVermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders says he may run as a Democrat.


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  • #GoodellMustGo banners fly above NFL stadiums

    NFL: Arizona Cardinals at New York GiantsA women's rights group flew banners above several NFL stadiums on Sunday calling on its commissioner, Roger Goodell, to resign over his handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence case.


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  • Liberal Vermont Senator Sanders may seek U.S. presidency in 2016

    U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs Chairman Senator Sanders leads a hearing on "The State of VA Health Care" on Capitol Hill in WashingtonBy Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Bernie Sanders, one of the Senate's leading liberals, said on Sunday he is thinking about running for U.S. Sanders, an independent from Vermont, could pose a challenge from the left to Clinton, widely seen as the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. Sanders is serving his second six-year term in the Senate. He has cultivated a following among some American liberals, especially on economic issues like the growing income disparity between rich and poor and corporate greed.


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  • Crews gain ground as California wildfire threatens hundreds of homes
    Firefighters were making slow progress on Sunday in a battle to contain a wildfire that has roared through 1,600 acres of drought-stricken forest southeast of Los Angeles and displaced hundreds of people from their homes, the U.S. The Silverado Fire, which broke out Friday morning in the Cleveland National Forest, was 20 percent contained with 1,600 acres (647 hectares) charred as of Sunday, authorities said.More

  • Police search three states for suspect in Pennsylvania police ambush
    (Reuters) - Police pushed ahead on Sunday with a massive manhunt in three states for a gunman who ambushed two Pennsylvania state troopers two days ago, shooting to death one of them and injuring the other. The search is focusing on a three-state area around northeast Pennsylvania, Trooper Connie Devens of the Pennsylvania State Police said on Sunday afternoon. The shooting occurred outside a state police barracks in Blooming Grove, Pennsylvania, about 11 p.m. on Friday, authorities have said. On Sunday, the Times-Tribune of Scranton, Pennsylvania, posted a video on its website showing police searching deep woods near the barracks for evidence in the case.More

  • Scottish independence could mean messy divorce

    Scottish independence could mean messy divorceHow do you divorce after a 300-year union? It's complicated, and there is a deadline.


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  • Fourth Sierra Leonean doctor dies from Ebola

    An medical worker checks their protective clothing in a mirror at a facility in Kailahun, Sierra Leone, on August 15, 2014Freetown (AFP) - A fourth Sierra Leonean doctor, a woman, died Sunday after contracting the dreaded Ebola virus, a top health official said, while a Dutch charity repatriated two doctors suspected of having been contaminated with the disease.


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  • Several Arab countries offer to join air campaign on ISIL

    UNWANTED HELP: SYRIA'S PLEA TO ASSIST ISIS FIGHTBy Jason Szep PARIS (Reuters) - Several Arab countries have offered to join the United States in air strikes against Islamic State targets, U.S. The officials declined to identify which countries made the offers.


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  • Islamic State executes British hostage

    An image grab taken from a video released by the Islamic State and identified by private terrorism monitor SITE Intelligence Group on September 2, 2014 purportedly shows footage of a masked militant with British David HainesPrime Minister David Cameron calls the slaying of David Haines 'an act of pure evil.'


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  • U.S. man in North Korea given 6 years of hard labor

    FILE - In this Sept. 1, 2014 file photo, Matthew Miller, an American detained in North Korea, speaks to the Associated Press, in Pyongyang, North Korea. A trial has been held in North Korea for Miller, who had been detained since April. The trial was held Sunday morning, Sept. 14, 2014. Details were not immediately available. Miller, 24, of Bakersfield, California, was detained for violating his tourist status when he entered the country. The specific charges or punishment he could face were not announced before the trial. He is believed to have torn up his visa at Pyongyang's airport and demanded asylum. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)Matthew Miller was accused of entering the country illegally and trying to commit espionage.


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  • Islamic State attracts female jihadis from U.S. heartland
    At least three Somali families in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area have female relatives who have gone missing in the past six weeks and may have tried to join Islamic State, said community leader Abdirizak Bihi. In a separate case, a 19-year-old American Somali woman from St. Paul snuck away from her parents on Aug. 25 saying she was going to a bridal shower. Instead, she flew to Turkey and joined IS in Syria. Home to the biggest Somali community in the United States, the Twin Cities area of Minnesota has been plagued by terrorist recruiting since the Somali group al-Shabaab began enlisting in America around 2007.More

  • Britain mourns slain hostage; another under threat

    This undated family handout photo shows British man Alan Henning, currently held hostage by Islamic State (IS) and whose life was threatened in the IS video in which they beheaded David Haines. British officials have dropped efforts to prevent the naming of hostage Alan Henning. Henning is the hostage threatened in the latest Islamic State video, which announced the beheading of hostage David Haines. In the video, Henning is shown briefly on camera and also threatened with death. British officials and Henning’s family had asked the press not to publish his name out of concern for his safety, but that request was dropped Sunday afternoon. Britain's prime minister says Islamic State terrorists pose a "massive" security threat that cannot be ignored. David Cameron says the extremists who beheaded two American journalists and now a British aid worker "are not Muslims, they are monsters." (AP Photo/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVESLONDON (AP) — Now it's Britain's turn to mourn.


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  • About 100 rescued from sunken Philippine ferry

    File photo of the MV Maharlika 2 undergoing repairs near Lipata Port in Surigao cityMANILA, Philippines (AP) — Rescuers saved about 100 people overnight and recovered two bodies from a ferry that sank in rough seas after encountering steering trouble in the central Philippines, officials said Sunday.


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  • Islamic State: British hostage executed

    A video purportedly showing threats being made to a man Islamic State named as David Haines by a masked IS fighter in an unknown location in this still image from video released by Islamic StateThe militants release a video which purported to show the beheading of David Haines.


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  • Rescuers end ocean search for Navy fighter pilot

    This photo provided by the US Navy, a MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter lands on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) during search and rescue operations for a missing pilot on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Two U.S. Navy jets crashed into the western Pacific Ocean on Friday and only one pilot was immediately rescued, military officials said. A night search for the missing pilot was underway. The F/A-18C Hornet fighter jets were from Carrier Air Wing 17 based at Naval Air Station Lemoore in California's San Joaquin Valley. (AP Photo/US Navy, MCS 2nd Class John Philip Wagner, Jr., Released)LEMOORE, Calif. (AP) — Rescuers on Saturday have called off their search of the Pacific Ocean for a Navy fighter pilot whose jet was one of two that crashed west of Wake Island.


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  • Obama condemns beheading of Briton by extremists

    File-This Aug. 28, 2014, file photo shows President Barack Obama speaking about the economy, Iraq, and Ukraine, in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. Obama on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014, condemned as a "barbaric murder" the slaying of British aid worker David Haines by Islamic State extremists. Haines was abducted last year in Syria, and extremists released a video on Saturday showing his beheading. In a statement issued Saturday night, Obama said the hearts of Americans go out to Haines' family and the people of the United Kingdom. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama condemned as a "barbaric murder" the slaying of British aid worker David Haines by Islamic State extremists.


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  • Pa. State Police identify trooper killed in ambush

    A member of the Pennsylvania State Trooper's Tactical Response Unit, runs along Route 402 on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014, near the scene where a Pennsylvania State Trooper was killed and another trooper was injured during a shooting Friday night at the Pennsylvania State Police barracks in Blooming Grove Township, Pa. (AP Photo/The Scranton Times-Tribune, Butch Comegys)BLOOMING GROVE, Pa. (AP) — A late-night ambush outside a state police barracks in Pennsylvania's rural northeastern corner left one trooper dead and another critically wounded, and authorities scoured the densely wooded countryside and beyond on Saturday looking for the shooter or shooters.


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  • Egypt seeks broader alliance with US over Libya

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, left, shakes hands with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri at the end of a joint press conference in Cairo, Egypt, on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. Kerry described Egypt as an “important partner” during a short stop in Cairo to shore up support for President Barack Obama's initiative to assemble a coalition of nations to go after the Islamic State group, which holds large parts of Iraq and Syria. (AP Photo/Brendan Smialowski, Pool)CAIRO (AP) — As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sought Egyptian support on Saturday for an international coalition to combat jihadi groups, Egypt pressed for broader international efforts to fight militants in its troubled neighbor, Libya.


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  • Putin trying to destroy Ukraine, says its PM

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko talks with Prime Minister Yatseniuk in KievUkraine's prime minister said Putin's goal "is to take all of Ukraine."


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