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In political gamble, David Cameron takes on Brussels

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron has ditched EU policing rules and allowed a close ally to float the idea of Britain quitting the bloc altogether, taking on Brussels in a gamble that has proved the undoing of predecessors.

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Scotland seals terms of historic independence vote

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Scotland on Monday set up a historic independence referendum after its leader signed an agreement with Britain's prime minister finalising arrangements for a vote which could lead to the demise of its three-centuries-old union with England.

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Softening stance on Greece, Merkel rules out default

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel has ruled out letting Greece default on its debt, in the latest sign Berlin is softening its stance towards Athens ahead of an eagerly awaited report on its reform progress from the

Community

Mall’s Mid-Autumn fest celebrated with contests

THE Gorgeous Lantern Festival organised by The Mines at Seri Kembangan for a second consecutive year, entertained shoppers with many colourful performances and activities recently.

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Pakistani schoolgirl flown to UK war trauma centre

LONDON/BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) - The unit at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital that will treat a Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education is known for dealing with complex trauma cases and has treated hundreds of soldiers wounded in Afghanistan.

Community

Need for solution to long wait at Puchong Immigration office

MEMBERS of the public who visit the Immigration Departments Puchong office for passport-related matters have to exercise great patience due to the huge crowd and long wait.

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Metro watch

Malacca High Schools Class of 65 is organising a balik kampung reunion, which will kick off with a Boys Nite on Oct 19. A group visit to the alma mater is scheduled in the morning of Oct 20, followed by a grand dinner the same day. A special brunch session is also lined up on Oct 21.

World

Scotland seals terms of historic independence vote

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Scotland on Monday set up a historic independence referendum after its leader signed an agreement with Britain's prime minister finalising arrangements for a vote which could lead to the demise of its three-centuries-old union with England.

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In second debate, Obama faces challenges on key issues

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Losing ground to Republican Mitt Romney on a host of issues, President Barack Obama faces a serious challenge to put his re-election bid back on track when the two men face off on Tuesday in their second debate.

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Scotland moves step closer to independence vote

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Scotland takes a big step on its path towards an independence referendum on Monday when its leader meets Britain's prime minister to finalise arrangements for a vote which could lead to the demise of Scotland's three-centuries-old union with England.