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B. 09-03 France halts Russia warship delivery Paris
C. 09-04 Nato summit: Russia criticised over Ukraine crisis Newport, Wales
D. 09-08 Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting second child Kensington, London
E. 09-12 Ian Paisley: Politicians and religious leaders react to death Northern Ireland
5. 09-13 Hostage 'death video' investigated London
6. 09-14 Merkel: Fighting anti-Semitism is German duty Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
H. 09-14 Swedish prime minister resigns after election loss STOCKHOLM, Sweden
I. 09-14 Islamic State crisis: Kerry to lead talks in Paris Paris
09-15 500 feared dead after boat sunk off Malta coast Malta

Summary.     Click for More > Scottish referendum: Salmond to quit after Scots vote No Politicians ponder Scotland's future Climate change summit: Thousands join global protests   Protests in many countries to demand urgent action on climate change have kicked off, with over 2,000 marches taking place around the world French President: Islamic extremists beheaded French hostage Greek woman allegedly buried alive by accident, then died Cyprus cruise ship rescued migrants 'refuse to disembark' 'More than 3,000' Europeans with IS 2 dead, 12 injured after monster truck crashes into crowd Spanish explorer rescued after being trapped 12 days in cave
France halts Russia warship delivery Nato summit: Russia criticised over Ukraine crisis Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting second child   Prince George is not going to be an only child for long -- the toddler will soon have a baby sister or brother to share his fancy digs at Kensington... Ian Paisley: Politicians and religious leaders react to death   Hostage 'death video' investigated  The Foreign Office has said it is 'working urgently to verify' video purporting to show beheading of British hostage David Haines Merkel: Fighting anti-Semitism is German duty Swedish prime minister resigns after election loss Islamic State crisis: Kerry to lead talks in Paris   500 feared dead after boat sunk off Malta coast  2 heavily loaded boats were wrecked in the past week, possibly killing 700 people fleeing Africa for Europe Parliament set to ratify landmark EU deal Scottish independence: Voters answer referendum question British journalist, now ISIS hostage, sends message First results of Scotland vote trickle in Scots reject independence Map of EDINBURGH United Kingdom
Sep.3   Paris
Sep.4   Wales
Sep.8   London
Sep.12   Northern Ireland
Sep.13   London
Sep.14   Berlin
  Sweden
  Paris
Sep.15   Malta
  Kiev
Sep.17   Scotland
Sep.18   United Kingdom
  Scotland
  Scotland
  Voters in Scotland turned out in unprecedented numbers and early results suggested they were not in favor of ending union with England.    The 'No' side has an unassailable lead of 1,877,252 votes to 1,512,688. Nationally, the margin of victory is ab...
Sep.19   Scotland
  Northern England
Sep.21   New York
Sep.24   UN Gen. Assembly
Sep.25   Greece
  Cyprus
  European Union
Sep.28   Netherlands
Sep.30   Peru





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  France halts Russia warship delivery   France has said conditions are 'not right' for delivery of the first of two Mistral navy assault ships to Russia Nato leaders to meet Ukraine's Poroshenko ahead of summit   Nato summit: Russia criticised over Ukraine crisis Map of Newport United Kingdom  Western leaders have criticised Russia for its 'destabilising' influence on the crisis in eastern Ukraine, as they opened a Nato summit in Wales West signals more Russia sanctions New Scots powers plan 'within days' Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting second child Map of Kensington United Kingdom


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Sep.1  Madrid  British parents in extradition hearing
 Paris  Paris flats explosion leaves seven dead
Sep.2  Estonia  Ukraine crisis: Obama in Estonia ahead of Nato summit
Sep.3   Paris  
  Wales
Sep.4   Wales  
  European Union
Sep.6  France  Jewish Museum gun suspect 'was captor in Syria'
 Denmark  Helicopter crashes in Danish waters, killing 3
 Scotland  Scottish referendum 'neck and neck'
Sep.7   London
 Milan  Hamilton wins Italian Grand Prix
 Scotland  Scottish independence: Pro-Union figures step up campaign
Sep.8   London  
  Prince George is not going to be an only child for long -- the toddler will soon have a baby sister or brother to share his fancy digs at Kensington Palace
 European Union  EU adopts fresh sanctions on Russia Sep.9   West Germany Injuries in Germany chemical blast  Netherlands  Flight 17 likely downed by 'high-energy objects,' Dutch report says Sep.10  Madrid  France upsets Spain in FIBA World Cup  Scotland  RBS 'contingency for London move' Sep.11  Scotland  Salmond says Scotland is 'on cusp of making history' Sep.12   Northern Ireland   Ian Paisley: Politicians and religious leaders react to death  Political and religious leaders have been reacting to the death of former Democratic Unionist Party leader and first minister Ian Paisley  Scotland  Business row marks weekend campaign Sep.13  Northern Italy  Pope Francis warns on 'piecemeal World War III'   London     Hostage 'death video' investigated
  The Foreign Office has said it is 'working urgently to verify' video purporting to show beheading of British hostage David Haines
Sep.14   Berlin     Merkel: Fighting anti-Semitism is German duty   The protest against anti-Semitism comes 75 years since the start of World War Two, in which six million Jews were killed by Nazi Germany   London PM says Britain will 'hunt down' IS killers
 Portugal  2 men fatally gored by bull at Portuguese festival  Slovenia  2 dead in floods in Slovenia; soldiers join flood effort in Croatia   Sweden   Swedish prime minister resigns after election loss   Fredrik Reinfeldt says he will resign after his center-right coalition lost a parliamentary election to a left-leaning opposition led by the...  Scotland  Scottish independence: Campaign leaders stress vote will stand   Paris     Islamic State crisis: Kerry to lead talks in Paris   Secretary of State John Kerry will meet foreign ministers from around the world in Paris on Monday to discuss how to defeat ISIS militants  Sweden  Sweden: Social Democrats rule out far-right pact Sep.15   Malta     500 feared dead after boat sunk off Malta coast
  2 heavily loaded boats were wrecked in the past week, possibly killing 700 people fleeing Africa for Europe
  Southern Thailand Two Britons die in Thai beach attack
  London Queen says Scotland should 'think very carefully' ahead of independence vote   Sweden Microsoft pays $2.5bn for Minecraft maker Mojang  London  Cameron, Miliband and Clegg sign No vote pledge  Belgium  Belgian murderer Van Den Bleeken wins 'right to die'   Kiev     Parliament set to ratify landmark EU deal  Ukraine's lawmakers are set to ratify a landmark EU association agreement - simultaneous with a session of the European Parliament Sep.16   Malta 'Laughing' traffickers ram boat full migrants and kill 500   Scotland Scottish independence: Final day of campaigning Sep.17   Scotland   Scottish independence: Voters answer referendum question  People in Scotland will vote later on whether the country should stay in the UK or become an independent nation   Thailand 2 Britons under watch in killings of countrymen on Thai island Sep.18   United Kingdom     British journalist, now ISIS hostage, sends message  John Cantlie hadn't been seen in nearly two years. Now, he's the latest hostage to be paraded out by ISIS  Scotland  Golf: R&A to admit women members   Scotland   First results of Scotland vote trickle in  2 two councils having declared their results, there have been 21,233 'Yes' votes and 29,040 'No' votes,57.8% to 42.2% against independence   Scotland   Scots reject independence Map of EDINBURGH United Kingdom
  Voters in Scotland turned out in unprecedented numbers and early results suggested they were not in favor of ending union with England
 The 'No' side has an unassailable lead of 1,877,252 votes to 1,512,688. Nationally, the margin of victory is about 55% to 45%. Glasgow voted in favour of independence. Edinburgh, the nation's capital, rejected independence
Sep.19   Scotland   Scottish referendum: Salmond to quit after Scots vote No   Alex Salmond is to step down as Scottish first minister and leader of the Scottish National Party after voters rejected independence   London Queen urges referendum 'respect'   Northern England   Politicians ponder Scotland's future   In Manchester, delegates at Labour's conference gather as the party forms its response to the 'No' vote fallout Sep.20   France UK and France agree Calais measures   Northern England Alan Henning's wife appeals to IS to release him   Paris Investigators at loss to explain crash of Air Algerie jet   London Scottish referendum: Downing St dismisses 'reneging' claims Sep.21   New York   Climate change summit: Thousands join global protests
  Protests in many countries to demand urgent action on climate change have kicked off, with over 2,000 marches taking place around the world
 Singapore  Lewis Hamilton on top after electrical short circuits Rosberg   Libya Ship saves 55 migrants off Libya; several die
Sep.22   New Zealand Re-elected New Zealand prime minister wants to ditch Union Jack   Algeria Algeria militants seize French man Sep.24   UN Gen. Assembly     French President: Islamic extremists beheaded French hostage   Herve Gourdel was abducted and killed on video, French President Francois Hollande told the United Nations General Assembly Sep.25   Greece   Greek woman allegedly buried alive by accident, then died Map of Peraia Thessaloniki Greece  Police are investigating a cemetery worker's testimony that a woman revived in her grave shortly after being buried and called for help   Cyprus     Cyprus cruise ship rescued migrants 'refuse to disembark'   Almost 350 people, thought to be Syrian refugees, are refusing to disembark from a cruise ship that rescued them off the coast of Cyprus   European Union     'More than 3,000' Europeans with IS   The number of Europeans joining Islamist fighters in Syria and Iraq has risen to more than 3,000, the EU's anti-terrorism chief said   Peru Injured Spanish speleologist trapped 7 days in Peruvian cave Sep.26   London British Parliament approves airstrikes in Iraq   United Kingdom Britain, Belgium, Denmark join ISIS fight  Scotland  Ryder Cup: Advantage Europe after thrilling first day Sep.27   Barcelona Catalonia president signs independence referendum decree   Northern Italy George Clooney marries in Venice   Sicily Girl, 7, killed in explosion of small mud crater  Barcelona  Messi nets 400th career goal Sep.28   Scotland Dominant Europe retain Ryder Cup   Netherlands   2 dead, 12 injured after monster truck crashes into crowd   A truck, outfitted with tractor-sized wheels, has crashed into a crowd during a show in the , reportedly killing 2 people and injuring at least...  Berlin  World marathon record for Dennis Kimetto in Berlin  Southern China  Murray wins 1st title in 15 months at Shenzhen   Paris French far-right National Front wins first Senate seats Sep.30   Peru   Spanish explorer rescued after being trapped 12 days in cave   Speleologist Cecilio Lopez was spending 12 days trapped about 400 meters underground in a cave in Peru's remote Amazon region