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World - Scotland reports 97% plunge in oil revenues

North Sea oil revenues for Scotland have plunged, according to official data out on Wednesday that unionists said undermined the case for independence following Britain`s vote to leave the European Union. Revenues fell to £60 million (71 million euros, $79 million) in the 2015-2016 financial year from £1.8 billion in the previous 12 months -- a 97-percent drop due to the dip in oil prices, the data showed. Scotland`s public deficit also rose to £14.8 billion, up from £14.3 billion in the 2014-2015 financial year.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  18:36


World - Deadly quake brings carnage to Italian mountains

A powerful earthquake rattled a remote area of central Italy on Wednesday, leaving at least 73 people dead and scenes of carnage in mountain villages. `Half the village has disappeared,` said Amatrice mayor Sergio Pirozzi, surveying a town centre that looked as if had been subjected to a bombing raid.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  18:05


World - U.S. backs Turkish push on border town with air strikes: official

U.S. military aircraft are carrying out strikes in support of Turkish and Syrian rebel forces fighting to drive Islamic State out of one of the militants` last strongholds on the Turkish-Syrian border, a U.S. defense official said on Wednesday. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said both A-10 `Warthog` ground attack aircraft and F-16 fighter jets were carrying out the strikes.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  18:02


World - Pearl hidden under man`s bed for 10 years could be world`s largest

A fisherman off the coast of Palawan Island in the Philippines may have uncovered the largest pearl. It could be worth more than $100 million.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  17:52


World - Israeli army closes file on 2014 Gaza school shelling

The Israeli army said Wednesday it has closed its files on several allegations of military misconduct during the 2014 Gaza war but others are still under investigation. Among the cases where no wrongdoing was found, it said in a 21-page report, was the shelling of a United Nations school in the southern Gaza town of Rafah in which 10 people died. French President Francois Hollande said the bombing was `unacceptable` and called for those responsible to `answer for their actions`.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  17:50


Top Stories - Rescuers in desperate dash to save survivors of Italy quake

An earthquake, about 10 kilometers deep, has shaken central Italy. Here`s what we know:

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  17:14


Most Recent - What are mosquito-control workers spraying in Miami?

Officials sprayed an insecticide containing naled over a 10-square-mile portion in Miami-Dade County. But what was in the insecticide, and how does it work?

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  17:12


Europe - World`s Largest Aircraft Crashes, Gently, in 2nd Test Flight

Hybrid Air Vehicles, which developed the Airlander 10 airship, said on Twitter that the crew members were safe and well after crashing in a field in southern England.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  16:54


World - Kurtley Beale eager to start for Wasps

Wallabies international Kurtley Beale joined his new club Wasps on Wednesday and said he was ready for a new challenge while struggling to shake off a lingering injury. The Australian joined the English team after spending 10 years at Australian Super Rugby side Waratahs. `I`m very happy that I`m here now, and ready to work hard and rip into my rehab to get back as fit as possible for the Wasps,` said Beale.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  16:25


Business - VW sees car output back to normal by Monday after supplier deal

HAMBURG/BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen said on Wednesday production of cars at its German plants should be back to normal by next Monday after it resolved a dispute with parts suppliers over contract terms. The dispute with suppliers Car Trim and ES Automobilguss, which had stopped deliveries of seat covers and cast iron parts for gearboxes, had threatened to undermine Volkswagen`s (VW) recovery from its diesel emissions scandal. VW and the two suppliers on Tuesday resolved the dispute affecting 28,000 workers at six of VW`s 10 German factories, a day after Europe`s largest automaker halted production of the top-selling Golf and Passat models as well as assembly of engines, gearboxes and emissions systems.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016  16:21

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