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Date: 21/09/2014
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Turkish president says no ransom paid for release of hostages held by IS
Date: 21/09/2014
By Seda Sezer ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday no ransom was paid for the release of Turkish hostages held by Islamic State in Iraq and that it was the result of diplomatic and political negotiation. Turkish intelligence agents brought 46 hostages seized by Islamic State militants in northern Iraq back to Turkey on Saturday after more than three months in captivity, in what Erdogan described as a covert rescue operation. "A material negotiation is totally out of ..Read more
Wife of Alan Henning, Briton held by Islamic State, pleads for his release
Date: 21/09/2014
MANCHESTER (Reuters) - Alan Henning, a volunteer British aid worker being held by Islamic State (IS) militants, should be released unharmed, his wife said in a statement issued a week after his captors threatened to murder him. Henning, 47, was part of an aid convoy taking medical supplies to a hospital in northwest Syria in December last year when it was stopped by gunmen and he was abducted. He appeared in a video released by IS last week, which showed the murder of another Briton, David Haine..Read more
CORRECTED (Official): Man arrested for trespassing at White House day after security breach
Date: 21/09/2014
By Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - (Secret Service corrected last name of intruder to Gonzalez from Gonzales. Corrects throughout.) A man was arrested on Saturday for trespassing at the White House, one day after an intruder from Texas scaled a fence and made it inside the doors of the executive mansion while President Barack Obama was away, the Secret Service said. Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan said the latest case involved a man who approached the White House gates on foot, was sent aw..Read more
Man arrested for charging White House had knife - U.S. attorney's office
Date: 21/09/2014
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Russian vote monitor denounces London pressure in Scottish "no" vote
Date: 20/09/2014
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The director of a pro-Kremlin vote monitoring agency which sent observers to Scotland's referendum denounced the result on Friday, saying Scots were pressured into rejecting independence to avoid comparisons with Crimea's vote to secede from Ukraine. "All strength and resources were thrown into preventing Scotland from splitting, and people were de facto threatened that if they secede...there will be all sorts of troubles," said Georgy Fyodorov, head of a R..Read more
Russian vote monitor denounces London pressure in Scottish "no" vote
Date: 20/09/2014
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The director of a pro-Kremlin vote monitoring agency which sent observers to Scotland's referendum denounced the result on Friday, saying Scots were pressured into rejecting independence to avoid comparisons with Crimea's vote to secede from Ukraine. "All strength and resources were thrown into preventing Scotland from splitting, and people were de facto threatened that if they secede...there will be all sorts of troubles," said Georgy Fyodorov, head of a R..Read more
Britain must honour pledge to grant Scotland powers, Gordon Brown says
Date: 20/09/2014
EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown told British leaders on Saturday that they must honour their promise to grant further powers to Scotland after voters backed staying in the United Kingdom in an independence referendum. Just days before the Sept. 18 vote, Brown appeared to be making British policy by announcing that laws granting further devolution to the Scottish parliament would be drafted by the time Scots celebrate the birthday of their most revered poet, Robert Burns,..Read more
Turkey secures release of hostages held by Islamic State
Date: 20/09/2014
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Britain's Cameron risks backlash by uncorking 'constitutional genie'
Date: 20/09/2014
By Andrew Osborn, William James and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's "No" to independence may have saved British Prime Minister David Cameron his job, but sweeping pledges of a constitutional shake-up could undermine his re-election drive and trigger more political instability. Responding to what he called a "clear" rejection of Scottish independence on Friday, Cameron, who is up for re-election in May 2015, promised to begin a process that would see Scotlan..Read more
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