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The funeral is to take place in Turkey of a teenage boy who died died nine months after being injured during anti-government protests.
The value of Scottish salmon exports to America sees a four fold increase in five years reaching £200m in 2013.
New sources of credit are needed for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs), according to the Scottish Parliament's economy committee.
Hampden Stadium is being unveiled as an athletics arena later work to transform it nears completion ahead of Glasgow 2014.
Glastonbury Festival is granted a new ten-year licence by Mendip District Council.
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A Labour government would offer an in/out EU referendum - but only if the UK was being asked to transfer more powers to Brussels, Ed Miliband says.
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The minority who disagree with Putin's actions in Crimea
The former US diplomat Richard Haass warns violence could re-emerge in Northern Ireland if progress is not made in dealing with the legacy of the Troubles.
The Briton who drove a truck bomb into a prison
Cuts to mental health services in England will put lives at risk, as funds are reduced for schemes aimed at reducing suicides, the government is warned.
The Confederation of British Industry wants action to make science, technology, engineering and maths careers 'more attractive'
Children in residential care homes in England are being sent too far away from home, a committee of MPs warns.
Up to 60 Shanghai maths teachers are to be brought to England raise standards in schools - as a campaign is launched to improve numeracy levels.
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