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September 20, 2014
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PRI's The World: 9/19/2014 Scotland votes down independence. What does it mean for the country's future? Plus, after arriving in the US, young migrants face a new challenge ? starting school. And Chinese tennis star Li Na retires.
PRI's The World: 9/18/2014 Immigration courts are starting to decide the fate of tens of thousands of young Central Americans who entered the the US illegally. We wonder what has happened to migrants after they've been deported. Plus, the UK becomes one of the first western countries to create an Islamic finance investment bond. And as Scotland goes to the polls today, we visit a bagpipe factory in Pakistan, of all places.
PRI's The World: 9/17/2014 The Obama Administration sends US troops to help fight Ebola in West Africa. Plus, passengers in Pakistan chase a former government minister off a plane after his late arrival kept them waiting at the gate for hours. And a fashion designer who's making stunning patterns from images of cancer cells.
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Politicians ponder Scotland's future Politicians on both sides of the independence debate are to consider the best way ahead for Scotland after voters backed remaining in the UK.
Turkish hostages in Iraq released Dozens of Turkish hostages seized by militants in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in June are back in Turkey, says Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
Ukraine deal with eastern rebels The Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebels agree a memorandum on a peace plan for the conflict in the east of the country, at talks in Minsk.
Our readers' worries and hopes about student data
Here's part of our Twitter chat about #studentdata from earlier this week.
Why SAP gobbled up Concur
The acquisition is worth $8 billion and will increase SAP's users to 50 million.
What's the craziest thing you've ever worn to work?
Workplace dress codes have gotten a lot more relaxed over the past few decades.
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