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Nicola Sturgeon reaffirms 'legal' route to independence
The leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Nicola Sturgeon, wrapped up her party’s annual conference in Aberdeen by underlining her determination to hold an independence referendum next year.
Scottish finance secretary says country can 'afford' independence
On the second day of the Scottish National Party’s conference in Aberdeen, the party struck an upbeat note on the economic justification for independence.
Spain’s sentencing of Catalan separatists sparks angry protest
Thousands of angry demonstrators took to the streets of Barcelona and elsewhere on Monday after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in jail for ‘sedition’ over the failed 2017 independence efforts.
Scottish Independence marchers bring Edinburgh to ‘standstill’
The “biggest” Scottish independence march is taking place in Edinburgh today, as the Scottish independence movement steps up a gear.
Supporters of independence surge through iconic Welsh town
The Welsh independence movement got a huge boost yesterday as thousands of independence campaigners marched in Merthyr Tydfill.
Nicola Sturgeon unites the causes of Scottish and Irish independence
Ruth Davidson’s resignation as the leader of the Scottish Conservative party has sent shock waves across the Tory party rank and file in Scotland.
Thousands protest in Indonesia's Papua, demand for independence referendum
Thousands of Papuans staged another series of rallies on Monday in several towns of Indonesia’s easternmost region, after protests that erupted last week over perceived ethnic discrimination provoked some calls for independence.
UK Labour Party open to second Scottish independence vote
Britain’s opposition Labour Party should allow Scotland to hold another independence referendum if the Scottish Parliament votes for one, the second most powerful man in the party said.
Scottish Nationalists Press Ahead with Plans for Independence Referendum
Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has grabbed the political headlines by claiming there is now “growing urgency” for Scotland to become independent “sooner rather than later”.
Rouhani congratulates Venezuela on Independence Day
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani congratulated the Venezuelan people and government on the Latin American country’s Independence Day.
ECB's Draghi worried about Fed's independence
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi expressed concern on Saturday about the US Federal Reserve’s independence, warning that a loss of its autonomy could undermine the credibility of policy.
Rouhani congratulates Kazakhstan Independence Day
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani in a message on Sunday congratulated the 27th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s independence.
New Caledonia votes against independence from France
The South Pacific archipelago of New Caledonia voted against independence from France on Sunday in a long-awaited referendum that capped a 30-year long decolonization process.
Trump 'absolutely respects' Fed's independence, Mnuchin claims
US President Donald Trump and his administration "absolutely support" the Federal Reserve's independence, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has claimed after Trump questioned the Fed's raising of interest rates.
US newspaper mocks Trump as a 'clown' on country’s independence day
A major American newspaper based in New York City has mocked US President Donald Trump on the country’s Independence Day by depicting him as a clown.

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