BBC News 18 September 2014 Last updated at 02:23

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Scottish independence: Decision dayPoll card

People in Scotland will vote later on whether the country should stay in the UK or become an independent nation.


Islamic State in Raqqa, Syria, 27 AugUS House approves Obama Syria plan

The US House of Representatives approves President Barack Obama's plan to train and arm the moderate Syrian opposition taking on Islamic State.

Alan HenningHenning says Syria visit 'worthwhile'

Video footage of British hostage Alan Henning - filmed before he was captured by militants in Syria - shows him saying going to the country was "worthwhile".

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  • Newsnight: 17/09/2014Newsnight Watch

    Emily Maitlis is live in Glasgow on the eve of the Scottish independence referendum.


  • Panorama: Scotland's DecisionPanorama Watch

    Allan Little explores the transformation of the question of Scottish independence.


  • Newsnight: 16/09/2014Newsnight Watch

    Live from the heartland of the No vote, a Scotland referendum special. With Emily Maitlis.


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