On last visit before vote, Cameron appeals to Scots to keep Britain intact

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ABERDEEN/LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron used his last visit to Scotland before a historic independence referendum this week to implore Scots to remain part of the United Kingdom, warning on Monday that a breakaway vote would be irreversible. | Video

Iran supreme leader spurns U.S. overture to fight Islamic State

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PARIS/DUBAI - Iran's supreme leader said on Monday he had personally rejected an offer from the United States for talks to fight Islamic State, an apparent blow to Washington's efforts to build a military coalition to fight militants in both Iraq and Syria. | Video

Containers are transported at Nansha port in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, June 26, 2014.  REUTERS/Alex Lee

OECD slashes growth forecasts

PARIS - The OECD slashes its growth forecasts for major developed economies, urging much more aggressive ECB stimulus to ward off the risk of deflation in a subdued euro zone.  Full Article 

Armed Free Syrian Army fighters stand on one of the frontlines of Wadi Al-Dayf camp in the southern Idlib countryside September 14, 2014.   REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi

'Moderate' rebels say they need weapons

JEDDAH Saudi Arabia - As President Barack Obama knits together an international coalition to take its campaign against Islamic State from Iraq into Syria, fighters like Ammar al-Wawi could make the difference.  Full Article | Related Story 

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Top Shop on trend with high tech show

London's Fashion week is in full swing with designers targetting fashion hungry shoppers with "tech firsts." As Hayley Platt reports the British Fashion Council is keen to get all its designers online in order to boost international sales.  Video | Related Video 

Rosetta, the European Space Agency's cometary probe with NASA contributions, is seen in an undated artist's rendering.    REUTERS/ESA/NASA/Handout

Rosetta team picks spot for comet landing

BERLIN/PARIS - A team of scientists identifies the point on the surface of a comet, known as "Site J," where they aim to land a probe in what would be a historic breakthrough for their decade-long project.  Full Article | Related Video 

3D Hubs co-founder Brian Garret poses for a photograph at the company's office in Amsterdam September 2, 2014. In a continent where one in five young people are out of work, governments are pumping more and more cash into startups in the hope they can goose economic growth. Exact numbers are hard to determine, but according to AngelList, a website for new companies, there are now more than 4,700 startups in Europe, compared with nearly 14,000 in the United States. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters/United Photos

Startups go Dutch for new manufacturing era

AMSTERDAM - In a converted warehouse in Amsterdam lives a company with many of the attributes of a Silicon Valley startup, except that at less than a year old it has zero venture capital and says it is already making enough money to sustain itself.  Full Article | Video 

The UEFA Champions League Cup Trophy is seen during the draw ceremony for the 2013/2014 Champions League soccer competition at Monaco's Grimaldi Forum in Monte-Carlo August 29, 2013. REUTERS/Jean Pierre Amet

Champions League gravy train starts again

The 32 clubs who contest the group stages of the Champions League starting this week will again take home a minimum of 8.6 million euros irrespective of results, UEFA says.  Full Article | Related Story