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Obama announces $750 million plan to fight Ebola
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Independence campaigners gathered in Greenock, 25 miles west of Glasgow, for a unique rally on September 16. Between 1,500 and 2,000 people gathered to create a large ‘Yes’ using flashlights and cell phones, <a href="http://www.greenocktelegraph.co.uk/news/greenock/articles/2014/09/17/510074-yes-campaigners-gather-for-torchlight-picture-in-battery-park/" target="_blank">according to local reports.</a> A drone was used to take videos and photos of the campaigners from the air. This drone footage shows the giant Yes coming together before it is finally complete. Credit: Facebook/Alan Cromar
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South Korea is "ready to talk" with Pyongyang
In an exclusive interview, South Korea's president Park Geun-hye speaks to Reuters about her views on the future of the Korean peninsula.