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 Issue: September 19, 2014   (Archive)
Friday, September 19, 2014   

Scotland rejects independence in referendum (World)
(09-19 13:59)
Scotland has rejected independence in a referendum that leaves the United Kingdom intact but opens the door to wider autonomy following a huge turnout, prelimi...   
1 hr 14 mins ago -  EU, Ukraine, Russia to hold gas talks next week in Berlin (World)
1 hr 28 mins ago -  Vigilance urged as Ebola spreads (Hong Kong)
1 hr 38 mins ago -  Pan-Dems should seek 'opportunities' (Hong Kong)
2 hrs 41 mins ago -  Spain's Catalonia to take step for secession vote (World)
2 hrs 42 mins ago -  Barroso says Scotland vote good for 'stronger Europe' (World)
2 hrs 43 mins ago -  China sentences GSK officials to 2-4 years in prison: Xinhua (Business)
2 hrs 44 mins ago -  Buyers scramble for iphone 6 (Hong Kong)
2 hrs 57 mins ago -  China's total loan demand dampens in Q3: survey (Business)
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China Business News
A degree of worry for HK students
Some Hong Kong students in Scotland are worried whether their degrees will be recognized should the Scots vote for independence.
China Business News
Wait ends as new iPhones hit stores
The iPhone mania reaches new heights today as Apple's new gadgets reach shelves.

  • Wait ends as new iPhones hit stores
  • Restrictions at Tamar irk student rally organizer
  • Idea to open election listing will be floated
  • Bourse chief backs reform

  • Hui tells court of dilemma after accepting top job
  • Maid loses right of abode appeal for son
  • Mukden Incident marked by protests
  • Security warning as online breaches treble

  • CAR revs up for debut
  • Fed talk lifts dollar as HKMA warns
  • DBS banks on cards
  • Homes stay shaky

  • Oz homes hit in `beheading plot'
  • Thai chief says sorry for bikini jibe
  • Fears Ebola clamp will backfire

    Li set to quit
    China's Li Na is poised to retire, state media reported, bringing down the curtains on Asia's most successful tennis career.

    Scottish question reveals politics of fragility
    By the time this article is published, the question whether Scotland will go independent should have been decided.

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