20 September 2014 Last updated at 09:45

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The 'No' vote in Scotland's referendum on independence has been making headlines news across the world.

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US President Barack Obama's offer of aid for West African countries hit by Ebola meets with a mixed response.

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Television channels across the Middle East give mixed coverage to the beheading of the British hostage, David Haines, by Islamic State.

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    Chinese papers see the Scottish referendum as a sign of the UK's weakness.

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    Media are discussing the impact of the Scottish independence referendum on India.

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