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Op-Ed: Scots independence vote — The week the 'No' campaign fell apart

Edinburgh - Last week didn’t produce a political earthquake in Scotland but that may yet happen if voters vote “Yes” to independence in sufficient numbers on their date with destiny, September 18, when the Scottish referendum on independence is held.

World 'losing battle' to contain Ebola

Dakar - International medical agency Medecins sans Frontieres said Tuesday the world was "losing the battle" to contain Ebola as the United Nations warned of severe food shortages in the hardest-hit countries.

Vedran Meniga, a true festival tourism pioneer in Pula, Croatia Special

Pula - Croatia is emerging as Europe's premier festival destination, largely due to the work of pioneers such as Vedran Meniga in Pula. Digital Journal went to meet him.

Microsoft China posts Windows 9 launch teaser

Earlier today, Microsoft China wrote a post on its Weibo page that not only confirms that the "Windows 9" name is intended for the next version of the company's operating system but also that it will be "coming soon."

Romance blossoms between German, French leaders in TV film

Berlin - Imagine the president of France bringing the German chancellor croissants for breakfast after an all-night summit between the sheets.

Saudi arrests 88 in 'anti-terrorism' drive

Riyadh - Saudi Arabia has arrested 88 suspected extremists, more than half of them ex-Qaeda detainees who had previously been released, the interior ministry announced on Tuesday.

Op-Ed: Putin says ‘I can take Kiev in two weeks’ as fighting escalates

Kiev - One hundred years after Europe’s most pointless war, and 75 years after its bloodiest, Russia has raised the stakes in Ukraine. Ukrainian troops are allegedly fighting modern Russian T90 tanks in eastern Ukraine, and losing ground.

Israel finance minister warns land grab eroding support

Jerusalem - Finance Minister Yair Lapid warned Tuesday that Israel was eroding its international support after Washington joined a chorus of criticism of its biggest grab of Palestinian land since the 1980s.

Wild boars in German forests still suffering effects of Chernobyl

It has been almost 30 years since the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and its effects are still being felt as far away as Germany. Many wild boars roaming the bucolic countryside of Saxony, some 700 miles away from Chernobyl are still radioactive.

Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood trailer released (VIDEO)

The BBC has issued a trailer for the third episode of Season 8 of Doctor Who, ahead of its first broadcast, in several countries, this coming weekend.

Court in India bans animal sacrifice

On Monday, a court in northern India banned a tradition of sacrificing animals for religious purposes. The court deemed the practice as cruel and barbaric.

Latin America's prisons in critical condition

Montevideo - Latin America's prisons are overcrowded, violent and sometimes lack even the most basic services, despite the fact that several of the region's current leaders themselves spent time behind bars.

Op-Ed: FBI moves on celebrity pics leaks — Cloud security farce exposed

Sydney - The FBI is investigating the leaks of “intimate” pictures of celebrities. While this may be a more valuable exercise than it looks and expose Cloud security weaknesses, the level of priority has to be questioned.

Mount Sinai doctors attempt to bring Rivers out of induced coma

New York - Top headlines have Joan Rivers wildly oscillating from being on a life support machine, to the family suing the hospital, and then having the doctors slowly bringing her out of a medically-induced coma — all headlines ranging nine hours apart.

Germany opens national memorial to Nazis' disabled victims

Berlin - To the mournful strains of a single cello and tearful remembrances by family members, Germany on Tuesday inaugurated a national memorial to the 300,000 ill and disabled people systematically murdered by the Nazis.

French court to make privacy ruling on Hollande affair actress snap

Nanterre - A French court is set to decide Tuesday whether actress Julie Gayet, whose affair with President Francois Hollande made waves worldwide, had her privacy breached by a photographer who snapped her in her car.

'Hovelstay' allows students to book hovels for vacation

College students can search and book rundown places via Hovelstay, which is a brand new start-up that specializes in hooking up people with cheap accommodation.

US targets Shebab leader in Somalia air strike

Mogadishu - US forces have carried out air strikes against the leader of Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels, with casualties reported but uncertainty hanging over the fate of the main target, officials said Tuesday.

Ebola kills 31 people in DR Congo: WHO

Kinshasa - An outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed 31 people and the epidemic remains contained in a remote northwestern region, UN the World Health Organization (WHO) said Tuesday.

Op-Ed: A dollar a smoke in Australia a gift to organised crime

Sydney - The Australian anti-smoking campaign is trumpeting major successes in reducing smoking numbers, but the facts are much less clear. Most information is gathered from tobacco sales, but of course doesn’t include the emerging black market in tobacco.
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