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  1. Last-minute appeal felt like a cynical trickRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    "Coming from Ireland we've been there and we've had currency arrangements where we maintained the link with sterling and then went to the European Exchange Rate mechanism and finally to the euro, so there probably wouldn't be as much fear among Irish voters looking on that particular question. "An independent Scotland would be a competitor to Ireland.

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  2. Devo Pact UnravelsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    THE three Unionist parties were last night at each other's throats over constitutional reform, as a row over "English votes for English laws" threatened to derail the timetable for more devolution that was promised after a No vote. THE three Unionist parties were last night at each other's throats over constitutional reform, as a row over \"English votes for English laws\" threatened to derail the timetable for more devolution that was promised after a No vote.

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  3. Briton dead after Mexico hurricaneRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Bridportnews.co.uk

    The body of a British woman who went missing while travelling on a yacht off the coast of Mexico has been found, according to state p rosecutors. The Foreign Office confirmed one Briton had died after a search operation was launched earlier this week for couple Paul Whitehouse and Simone Wood in the aftermath of Hurricane Odile.

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  4. Marr goes on a mischievous journey into political fiction with debut novelRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... the labyrinths of political power in London and the home counties, where much of the action takes place. As the Pro-Europe camp, led by the popular Prime Minister, suffers a calamity, the PM's team leaps into action with more vigour than Jason ...

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  5. Briton's Body Found After Mexico HurricaneRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Ananova

    The body of a British woman who went missing while travelling on a yacht off the coast of Mexico has been found. The Foreign Office confirmed one Briton had died after a search operation was launched earlier this week for couple Paul Whitehouse and Simone Wood in the aftermath of Hurricane Odile.

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  6. Scotland Devolution Pledge 'Non-Negotiable'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sky News

    Better Together leader Alistair Darling has insisted a pledge to devolve more powers to Scotland made before the independence referendum will be acted upon within the timetable. The former chancellor said in a recorded interview that any of the leaders of the three main Westminster parties who rowed back on the devolution timetable would "pay a heavy price".

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  7. Nuclear-power project debates expose political divide in FinlandRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News

    The Social Democratic Party's parliamentary group proposed on Tuesday that supplementary applications from both the Fennovoima and TVO nuclear projects should be considered by the Finnish Parliament. The announcement is in direct opposition to Monday's recommendation from the Economic Minister to green-light only the Fennovoima project for parliamentary deliberation.

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  8. World War II agent 'Fifi' deadlier than the maleRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    London: Decadent, desirable and deadly: the image of the agente provocatrice is a glamorous one, and none more so than the legendary World War II agent "Fifi", who was said to have bedded trainee British agents to find out whether they talked in their sleep. After decades of speculation, the National Archives finally revealed this week that "Fifi" did exist - her real name was Marie Christine Chilver.

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  9. Cisse double earns draw for MagpiesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Worcester News

    Papiss Cisse returned from injury in the nick of time to hand Newcastle manager Alan Pardew a lifeline with a double which denied Hull victory. The Senegal international was introduced as a 69th-minute substitute on his return from a knee injury with the Magpies trailing 2-0 to superb strikes from Nikica Jelavic and Mohamed Diame and with Pardew firmly in the firing line.

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  10. Buffer zone bid to protect ceasefireRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Pro-Russian separatists and representatives from Kiev and Moscow have agreed on further measures to ensure a ceasefire between Ukrainian troops and the pro-Russians. Pro-Russian separatists and representatives from Kiev and Moscow have agreed on further measures to ensure a ceasefire between Ukrainian troops and the pro-Russians.

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  11. 'The GAA Way' to be a 'must-do' pilgrimage for fansRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    The 27-year-old entrepreneur who snapped up the Hayes Hotel in Thurles, the birthplace of the GAA, for a bargain basement price of a 650,000 plans to turn it a "must visit" destination for Gaelic games fans worldwide. As more than 80,000 fans travel to Croke Park for today's All-Ireland football final between Kerry and Donegal, Jack Halley confirmed that he had already been in contact with GAA officials.

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  12. Wife of British Islamic State hostage Alan Henning pleads for his releaseRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Times of India

    LONDON: The wife of a British taxi driver being held hostage by Islamic State jihadists implored his captors to release him, saying Saturday she could not see how his death could assist any cause. Alan Henning, a Briton who volunteered to drive a humanitarian aid convoy to Syria for a Muslim charity, was captured 10 months ago and is in the hands of the IS group.

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  13. Squabbling as PM targets 'unfairness'...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted on Sunday that further devolution promised to Scotland could not leave England "overridden", as initial relief over the Scottish people's decision to reject independence gave way to squabbling over powers. Cameron tied greater Scottish autonomy to more English autonomy, saying the "fundamentally unjust" situation whereby Scottish MPs in the British parliament could vote on matters affecting only England could not persist.

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  14. Criticism grows as Sierra Leone's Ebola shutdown enters final dayRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Sierra Leone's 72-hour nationwide shutdown entered its final day on Sunday, as criticism grew that the extreme action aimed at containing the spread of the deadly Ebola virus was no more than a poorly planned publicity stunt. A health worker, wearing Personal Protective Equipment, stands inside the high-risk area at Elwa hospital in Monrovia on September 7, 2014 Most of the west African country's six million people have been confined to their homes since midnight on Friday, with only essential workers such as health professionals and security forces exempt.

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  15. Russian Federation: English native speaker to work in a well established ELT school in RussiaRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | TEFL.com

    ... examinations: FCE, CAE, IELTS, TOEFL.  Business courses, In-company training.  Overseas studies: Europe, America, Australia, China. Note: this position is available for native speakers of English only. Salary of 400 per month NOte: ...

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  16. Ukraine to Establish Buffer ZoneRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    ... shelled by government forces. According to a document published on the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's website, both sides agreed to stop all military activity along the cease-fire line, with all heavy artillery and missile ...

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  17. The disunited States of AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | LA Daily News

    Maybe it's just bar talk, the kind of boozy blather I used to hear back in my drinking days. “I'd fight Mike Tyson for $5 million!” Of course, nobody would ever ask you to fight Mike Tyson, and if they did nobody would pay to watch.

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  18. Buffer zone agreed upon in Ukrainian peace talksRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald

    ... by representatives of Ukraine, Russia, the Moscow-backed rebels and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe marks an effort to add substance to a cease-fire agreement that has been frequently broken. Leonid Kuchma, a former Ukrainian ...

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  19. Dragons 13 Glasgow 33: Short but sweet as 14 men win to go topRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    WARRIORS brushed off the loss of flanker Tyrone Holmes to a red card in the opening minute of the second half to move top of the Guinness PRO12. WARRIORS brushed off the loss of flanker Tyrone Holmes to a red card in the opening minute of the second half to move top of the Guinness PRO12.

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  20. Racing: Luck of the Irish as Louis the Pious reigns in Ayr Gold Cup triumphRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... Ascot on his record. Almost incidentally, another is the The Grey Gatsby, one of the best colts of his generation in Europe, who has won the Dante Stakes, the Prix du Jockey Club and defeated Australia, the dual Derby winner, in the Irish Champion ...

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