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Alistair Darling, the leader of the Better Together campaign, says he expects to debate with Alex Salmond again before the end of the month.
Thousands to part in a World War One commemoration service at Edinburgh Castle in front of an altar made of drums.
Rory McIlroy maintains a one-shot advantage after day three of the US PGA, with Austria's Bernd Wiesberger his nearest rival.
Venezuela says it will close its border with Colombia each night from Monday to try to curb large-scale smuggling of petrol and food.
Italy is going ahead with plans to ban large cruise ships from the centre of Venice, to protect the medieval floating city from potential damage.
A Russian ban on food imports from a number of Western countries hits the frozen fish industry in Scotland, which counts Russia as one of its most important customers.
The Iraq crisis again dominates the papers, as Barack Obama suggests there will be a long-term campaign against Islamist militants.
The RAF will drop humanitarian aid supplies in northern Iraq for the foreseeable future, the foreign secretary says.
Southampton sign Celtic's England goalkeeper Fraser Forster on a four-year contract for a fee in the region of £10m.
Moeen makeover at heart of revival, says Jonathan Agnew
The BBC's Andy Moore spoke to trauma surgeon, Professor Chris Bulstrode, as he prepares to travel to Gaza as part of a team of NHS medical experts.
At least six people die in Pakistan's Punjab province, in clashes between police and supporters of leading anti-government cleric Tahirul Qadri.
Thousands of people are in Londonderry for the annual Relief of the City commemorations, organised by the Apprentice Boys of Derry.
Colombian rebels attack an oil field in the north-west of the country although no-one is hurt, the state-owned company Ecopetrol says.
England complete a stunning innings victory over India with two days of the fourth Test to spare at Old Trafford.
Two people are seriously injured when a light aircraft crashes near the airstrip at Kingarth on the Isle of Bute.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has declared the outbreak of Ebola "a national emergency" and approved more than $11m (£6.5m) in funding to help contain it.
Two tries from Ryan Hall help Leeds Rhinos to a Challenge Cup semi-final win over Warrington Wolves.
Guinea shuts its borders with Liberia and Sierra Leone to contain the spread of the Ebola virus, which has killed hundreds in West Africa.
Afghan rivals differ on power-sharing deal, says David Loyn