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10 Nov
Nigeria and 49 other countries, yesterday, at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland (COP26), committed to developing climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems.
9 Nov
Johnnie Walker, the world’s best-selling Scotch whisky, has officially opened Johnnie Walker Princes Street, a stunning multi-sensory visitor experience nested in the heart of Scotland’s capital city.
13 Sep
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Monday set out her plans for a new referendum on Scottish independence, arguing Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic had put Scotland on a different course from the rest of the United Kingdom.
23 Jun
Scotland will not be given a new referendum on independence before 2024, a senior UK cabinet minister said in an interview published on Wednesday.
18 Jun
This weekend will be packed with exciting fixtures in the Euro 2020 Championship. Wounded Germany will seek to rekindle their title chase when they clash with Portugal
13 May
Around 200 protesters in a largely Muslim part of Scotland's biggest city demonstrated as immigration officials raided a property on Thursday, the start of the festival of Eid al-Fitr.
10 May
Environment ministers from around the world met virtually, last week, at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue to drive forward international action on climate change and build momentum
8 May
The Scottish National Party hoped a second day of vote-counting Saturday would bring it a slim majority in the devolved parliament while Prime Minister Boris Johnson decried its plan for an independence referendum.
3 May
Scotland votes on Thursday to elect the national parliament with the ruling party seeking a green light for a fresh referendum on independence from the United Kingdom.
23 Apr
Alex Ferguson admits he cried tears of joy when Scotland beat Serbia to qualify for this year's delayed Euro 2020 championships.
17 Apr
Ranked in the top 20 Universities in the UK (the Guardian 2021 University Guide) and world top 180 Universities (the Times Higher Education World University 2021 Rankings), the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, United Kingdom, have been impacting lives through teaching and research for over 500 years.
25 Mar
The University of Aberdeen in Scotland is to return a Benin bronze sculpture to Nigeria, saying it was acquired by British soldiers in 1897 in "reprehensible circumstances".

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