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A teenager stabbed nine times while on holiday in Turkey said that doctors had told him he was five minutes away from dying.Read
A one-day summit meeting of the First Minister's economic advisers cost the taxpayer more than £25,000, it has been disclosed.Read
The case against a football referee accused of making racist remarks has been dropped.Read
Scotland can expect big rises in unemployment to continue into next year, experts said.Read
The relationship between Scotland and the US will continue to be "deep and enduring" despite the row over the Lockerbie bomber, First Minister Alex Salmond said.Read
Only one in seven probationary teachers in Scotland has secured a permanent post for the next school year, a survey has shown.Read
A new chairman has been appointed to head the inquiry into the outbreak of a hospital bug which claimed nine lives.Read
A mother who campaigned against the war in Iraq after her soldier son was killed will meet Prime Minister Gordon Brown.Read
Scotland's First Minister has condemned the "hero's welcome" given to the Lockerbie bomber as he arrived back in Libya.Read
The earliest carving of a human ever found in Scotland has been revealed by archaeologists.Read
Car retailer Arnold Clark has announced plans to create 700 new jobs in the UK by early next year.Read
US President Barack Obama has described the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi as a "mistake" and called on the Libyan government to place him under house arrest.Read
The families of victims of IRA bomb atrocities have attacked the apparent "entente cordiale" between the British and Libyan governments expressed in the release of the Lockerbie bomber.Read
A man has been arrested by police investigating the murder of Scottish-born mining expert Campbell Bridges in Kenya.Read
Critics of the decision to free the Lockerbie bomber have attacked the "unenforceable" conditions that accompanied his release.Read
The return of the only man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing to a "hero's welcome" in his native Libya has been met by a volley of criticism.Read
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