Friday, September 19, 2014 As of 3:56 AM EDT
The average voter turnout of nearly 85 percent was a record high for any Scottish election.
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The Catalans and Flemish are hoping for a boost from a Scottish vote, and Quebec independence advocates are watching closely, too.
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8 Dead In Attack On Ebola Health Workers In Guinea
Three journalists and two doctors were among the group attacked by local residents.
Obama Nominates Indian-American As Ambassador To India
Richard Verma will be the first Indian-American to do the job.
ISIS Uses Suicide Bombers To Free Baghdad Prisoners
Militants fired mortar rounds, detonated car bombs and sent suicide bombers to liberate over 1,000 prisoners.
Senate Approves Funding For Syrian Rebels Fighting ISIS
The Senate approved sending support to Syrian moderates. GOP pols staked out their positions on ISIS -- and Obama's strategy.
Four Militants Killed In Taliban Attack On Kabul Airport
Thursday morning's attack, which also injured a security official, reportedly lasted nearly five hours.
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Scotland Heads To The Polls
Scots headed to the polls Thursday in a historical referendum that will decide if Scotland break ties with the United Kingdom.
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