Trouble on Glasgow steeets

The Queen has led calls for unity in the wake of the Scottish independence referendum, while the Church of Scotland will hold a service of reconciliation.
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William helps mark Malta milestone

Prince William has acted as a stand-in for his wife Catherine, helping commemorate Malta's 50 years of independence.
Barbara Henning says she has been trying to communicate with IS about her hostage husband Alan but has received no response to her cry for mercy.
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Russian forces are still operating in Ukraine and a ceasefire is not working, NATO's top military commander says.

Ukraine munitions factory hit

Explosions have gone off in a munitions factory in eastern Ukraine after it was hit by artillery fire.
Fears over the economic risks of going alone drove Scots to reject independence more than a strong attachment to the UK, a survey shows.
The first keg of beer has been tapped and millions of revellers are set to enjoy Oktoberfest in Munich.
The president of Kiribati has visited the Arctic to see first-hand the scale of the problem of rising sea levels.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has a vacancy for a leader for the first time in a decade.
Notebook computers now have to be small, light, quick and bendable so they can be variously put to use as laptops, tablets or stand-up monitors.
The government and separatists in Ukraine have agreed to a weapons-free buffer zone which will be monitored by the OSCE, officials say.
Following the "No" vote in Scotland's independence referendum, Alex Salmond will be standing down as First Minister and Scottish National Party leader.

Ebola can be contained: World Bank

World Bank boss Jim Yong Kim is optimistic Africa's Ebola outbreak will be contained and under control within months if immediate action is taken.
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