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British PM urges Scotland to stay in UK
British Prime Minister David Cameron urged Scottish people to reject independence on Thursday in a rare speech in Glasgow in which he argued union was a strong economic advantage. Duration: 01:25

Tulisa makes X Factor return
Louis Walsh says his former X Factor co-star Tulisa Contostavlos has "got her mojo back" after the pair teamed up again for the new series.

Stock Futures Up, Indexes On Track For 4th Week Of Gains
Stock index futures were modestly higher on Friday, suggesting the market's recent upswing was intact and pointing to a fourth straight week of gains for major indexes. Stocks have been strong of late, with investors taking any opportunity to buy on dips. However, this week's trading volume has been among the lightest of the year, and that is likely to be more pronounced on Friday, ahead of the Labor Day holiday in the United States for which markets will be closed on Monday. Investors are looking ahead to more economic data, which has largely been strong this week.



McDonald's Says 12 Russian Branches Temporarily Closed
McDonald's said on Friday that a total of 12 of its branches in Russia had been temporarily closed over the state food safety regulator's allegations of sanitary violations. The U.S. fast-food chain, which has 440 restaurants in the country, also said that more than 100 inspections were underway at its restaurants in various regions of Russia. The company said in a statement, "We are studying the essence of claims in order to determine the necessary actions for the swift re-opening of restaurants for visitors."



Pakistan Leader Distances Himself From Army As Crisis Drags On
Pakistan's prime minister, weakened by weeks of opposition protests calling for him to resign, distanced himself from an army move to intervene in the crisis on Friday, saying he did not turn to the military for help to defuse the stand-off. Nawaz Sharif's efforts to end the conflict have repeatedly failed in recent days, leaving Pakistan locked in a dangerous deadlock with thousands of protesters massing outside parliament for weeks in a country that has seen a string of military coups. Opposition leaders Imran Khan and Tahir ul-Qadri announced late on Thursday they would directly negotiate with army chief General Raheel Sharif.




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