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Glasgow Bucks Scottish Trend, Votes for Independence
Glasgow Bucks Scottish Trend, Votes for Independence

Glasgow has voted for breaking from the United Kingdom, giving its backing to independence by voting 53.5% "Yes" to 46.5% "No". Turnout in the area was 75% with "Yes" winning by 194,779 to the "No" campaign's 169,347. The campaign for independence has galvanised this country of 5.3 million but also divided friends and families from the remote Scottish islands of the Atlantic to the tough city estates of Glasgow.

First Referendum Results Declared in Scottish Referendum
First Referendum Results Declared in Scottish Referendum

The first results to come out of the Scottish independence referendum on Friday (September 19) were for the 'No' camp and was returned by the tiny Clackmannanshire region at around 0030gmt (0130 local time). Chief returning officer Marie Pitcaithly made the announcement soon after in Edinburgh saying the 'No' votes stood at 54 percent against 46 percent for the 'Yes'.

Hurricane Aftermath in Mexico
Hurricane Aftermath in Mexico

Scenes of the aftermath of Hurricane Odile in Mexico's luxury resort town of Los Cabos. A local Walmart was not only battered by the storm -- but has been just about stripped bare by looters.

Polls Close, Independence Vote Counting Starts
Polls Close, Independence Vote Counting Starts

Polling stations closed in Edinburgh on Thursday (September 18) evening after a day of voting in an historic referendum on Scottish independence. Voting ended at 2100GMT with surveys suggesting Scots were almost equally divided in a referendum watched closely by Britain's allies, investors and restive regions at home and abroad.

Obama Praises Congress for Backing Plan to Arm Syrian Rebels
Obama Praises Congress for Backing Plan to Arm Syrian Rebels

U.S. President Obama praised Congress for backing the Administration plan to arm Syrian rebels. "I believe we are strongest as a nation when the President and Congress work together," he said after the Senate voted 78-22, in a rare bipartisan show of support for one of Obama's high-profile initiatives.

Oracle CEO Steps Down; Alibaba IPO Hits Top
Oracle CEO Steps Down; Alibaba IPO Hits Top

A surprise move from one of America's richest corporate leaders. Larry Ellison is stepping down as the CEO of Oracle. His job will be split between two executives. He will, however, remain on as Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer. Shares fell after hours since the software giant also announced weaker-than-expected quarterly results.

Assurances for Poroshenko in Washington
Assurances for Poroshenko in Washington

A round of applause as Petro Poroshenko enters the U.S. Congress Thursday. As he is speaking, the White House pledges $53 million in aid, most of it security-related, but no weapons. The Ukrainian President says Ukraine's fight is everyone's fight.

Inside-Out Stomach Shrinkage a New Option for the Obese
Inside-Out Stomach Shrinkage a New Option for the Obese

Cherish Grabau can't pinpoint when she became overweight, but she says being a professional barbecue judge didn't help.

Waterlogged in Serbia
Waterlogged in Serbia

On patrol in Serbia. A police vehicle makes it way through the flood waters, making its way to villages and towns that have been flooded for days. In parts of the country streets have literally become rivers. Houses have been hit. At least one person has died. Rescue teams do what they can to reach those in need. The government has declared a state of emergency in three eastern municipalities. Those who have been hit say they have never seen anything like it.

Obama Hosts Ukraine's President at White House
Obama Hosts Ukraine's President at White House

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: U.S. President Barack Obama, in a meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko at the White House on Thursday (September 18), said the United States

British Journalist John Cantlie Shown in Islamic State Video
British Journalist John Cantlie Shown in Islamic State Video

Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria released a video on Thursday that they said shows British journalist John Cantlie in captivity. In the video, Cantlie says he will soon reveal "facts" about the group to counter its portrayal in Western media. The Islamic State, which controls territory in Syria and Iraq, has already beheaded two American journalists and one British aid worker in recent weeks in what it said was reprisal for U.S. air strikes against it in Iraq.

Gaga in Greece, Grande Combats Diva Rumors
Gaga in Greece, Grande Combats Diva Rumors

Lady Gaga made a dramatic arrival to Greece. The pop star posed for fans lined up at Athens International Airport, wearing only two seashells and a transparent, fish net skirt. Gaga is scheduled to perform at Athens Olympic Stadium on Friday (September 19) as part of her international ARTPOP tour.

Tense Clashes in Quito as Riot Police Quell Protest
Tense Clashes in Quito as Riot Police Quell Protest

A tense night in Quito's main square. Riot police in Ecuador scuffle with anti-government demonstrators protesting new labor laws and the rising cost of transportation. The protest had started peacefully enough. Hundreds of workers and students took to the streets earlier to protest President Rafael Correa. They're say they are angry that measures proposed by his government will cut their salaries and reduce their benefits.

Riding a Bike "Side-Saddle"
Riding a Bike "Side-Saddle"

At first glance, this biker in Paris looks like anyone else, going out for a spin near the Eiffel Tower. But if you look closely, you'll see this isn't an ordinary biker or an ordinary bike. It's a new invention - a bike that you sit on sideways. Its creator, Michael Killian of Ireland, says riding it is kind of like balancing on a snowboard.

Sierra Leone Stocks Up for Ebola Lockdown
Sierra Leone Stocks Up for Ebola Lockdown

Sierra Leone's bustling markets have been busier than usual in recent days. With a nationwide, stay-at-home lockdown down about to come in to effect, the nation has been stocking up.

Armed Shi'ite Rebels Push Into Yemen's Capital
Armed Shi'ite Rebels Push Into Yemen's Capital

After weeks of fighting and protests armed Shi'ite rebels push into Yemen's capital Sanaa after clashing with the army on the outskirts of the city. Residents say Shi'ite Houthi gunmen are now advancing along a major route into the western edge of the city. At least 42 people have also been killed in clashes involving Houthi fighters in different parts of the country since Tuesday. A military source said Houthi gunmen had also attacked an army camp, but soldiers repelled the assault.

Islamic State Seizes Villages in Syria
Islamic State Seizes Villages in Syria

Kurdish fighters on the outskirts of Kobani in northern Syria, very near the Turkish border. They're with the main armed Kurdish group in Syria - called the YPG - and they're reportedly being fired on by Islamic State militants.

Hollande Favours Flexible Reform
Hollande Favours Flexible Reform

An emergency reshuffle, record unemployment and sinking poll ratings - perhaps not the best time for a president to face the press. But that's exactly what Francois Hollande did at a rare but scheduled news conference. Despite his unpopularity, he's consistently refused to consider stepping down. Instead, pledging economic reform - but at the same time saying he would call on the EU for more flexibility in how deficit rules are applied.

Alibaba's Next Big Moves
Alibaba's Next Big Moves

Alibaba's IPO may be the biggest ever- but when the party is over, it will have to get down to the business of selling itself. The vast majority- 88 percent- of Americans haven't even heard of Alibaba, according to an Ipsos poll conducted for Thomson Reuters. Forrester's Zia Daniell Wigder:

Burberry's First Indian Model Conquers Fashion World
Burberry's First Indian Model Conquers Fashion World

A Burberry show is arguably the highlight on the London Fashion Week diary, pulling in the biggest names in the industry. The likes of Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn regularly feature in their shows. But Burberry has also helped launch the careers of the up and coming talent. Such is the case with 19-year-old Neelam Gill from Coventry, who made fashion headlines last year when she became the first Indian model to feature in a Burberry ad campaign.

From Car Parts to Life-Size Transformers in China
From Car Parts to Life-Size Transformers in China

These heaps of scrap metal have helped turn a group of farmers in China into entrepreneurs. The workers transform old car parts into Transformers, literally, and then sell them.

Stars at Downton Abbey Premiere React to Scotland's Referendum
Stars at Downton Abbey Premiere React to Scotland's Referendum

Stars of the hit ITV drama, Downton Abbey, along with its writer and creator Julian Fellowes and other celebrities, attended a charity screening of season five's first episode at the Empire Cinema in Leicester Square on Wednesday (September 17). On the carpet - which rather than being red, was of the Downton Abbey period - stars reacted to Scotland's upcoming historic independence referendum poll.

Scottish 'Yes' Voter: 'I've Been Waiting for This Day, the Day of Destiny'
Scottish 'Yes' Voter: 'I've Been Waiting for This Day, the Day of Destiny'

"Yes" voters in Edinburgh were being piped to the polling stations on Thursday as Scots voted in a referendum to choose whether to end the 307-year-old union with England and become an independent nation or stay within the United Kingdom.

Gucci Kicks Off Milan Fashion Week with Retro Look
Gucci Kicks Off Milan Fashion Week with Retro Look

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Italian fashion house Gucci kicked off Milan Fashion Week for the upcoming women Spring/Summer 2015 season on Wednesday (September 17) with a retro look