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UK's Cameron says he's "nervous" over Scottish independence vote

British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was nervous but confident Scots would vote against leaving the United Kingdom when they vote in a referendum on independence next month.

Iran accuses US of duplicity after new sanctions

Iran accused the United States of duplicity Saturday for imposing new sanctions on organisations linked to Tehran's nuclear programme, despite long-running but active negotiations to end the standoff.

All women except Sikhs must wear motorbike helmets in Delhi

All women riding pillion on motorbikes in the Indian capital have to wear helmets, but an exception has been made for Sikh women on religious grounds, a Transport department official said Friday.

Ukraine seeking NATO membership

Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk that the government is seeking to join NATO and is submitting a relevant bill to parliament to end the country's official 'non-bloc' policy.

Islamic Jihad fighters parade after Gaza war

Thousands of Islamic Jihad fighters paraded in Gaza City Friday, in a defiant show of force three days after a ceasefire ending a bloody war between Israel and Gaza militants.

Four guilty of shooting Rwandan exile in Johannesburg

A South African court on Friday found four men guilty of trying to kill an exiled critic of Rwandan President Paul Kagame, in a case that had strained diplomatic ties between the two countries.

SA troops not heading to Lesotho after coup: Dirco

The South African government was not immediately sending troops to Lesotho following claims that the neighbouring country had been taken over by the military, the department of international relations (Dirco) said on Saturday.