News Headlines - 20 September 2014

Gordon Brown says Scotland devolution promises will be kept | theguardian.com

Gordon Brown has vowed to keep Westminster's main party leaders to a tight timetable for devolving further powers to Edinburgh after Scottish voters rejected independence in Thursday's referendum.

Egyptian militant admits links to 1998 US Embassy bombings - Stripes

A longtime Egyptian militant with ties to al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden admitted in federal court Friday that he had links to the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Africa, a surprise guilty plea that the judge sharply questioned because it reduces his prison time from a potential life sentence to 25 years.

Air France Pilots Vote to Extend Strike - NYTimes.com

Nearly a week after beginning a strike to protest Air France-KLM’s new European strategy, the airline’s French pilots voted on Saturday to extend their walkout until at least Friday and asked to meet with France’s prime minister to make their case against the plan.

BBC News - UK pledges £12m to help Calais tackle illegal migrants

Security will be bolstered at the port, which has seen increasing numbers of migrants gathering in recent months.
New technology may be introduced to detect migrants hiding in lorries.

Moments from the Scottish independence referendum - in pictures | The Guardian

The Observer and Guardian photographer Gary Calton headed north to document the the independence referendum and a momentous week for Scotland. He covered official photocalls and news events, but also kept his eye open for Instagram details that told the story








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