Scotland could slash air travel taxes under new UK deal
LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland is likely to slash taxes on passengers flying out of the country from next year following a new tax deal with Britain, giving Scottish airports an advantage over rivals south of the border in England.
What Iran talks mean for ISIS fight
The extension of Iran nuclear talks should ensure more progress in the Mideast, especially in helping resolve the Syria conflict, say Jim McDermott and Kate Gould.
Are there gay rights in China?
There's no official line on gay rights in China, but the Communist Party does have an unofficial position.
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Ebola vaccine moves closer
An experimental Ebola vaccine produces promising results, raising hopes that protection from the deadly disease may be on the horizon.
Ferguson hopes for calm, cleans up after looting
Tensions appear to ease after 2 nights of unrest over grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in Michael Brown's death