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A further million children at risk of famine in Yemen

Any disruption to food and fuel supplies coming through Hodeidah port could cause starvation on an unprecedented scale.

An additional one

Second package of ‘no deal’ Technical Notices raises passport concerns

UK Government 'no deal' approach "irresponsible".

Scottish holidaymakers and business travellers face the possibility of being refused entry to EU countries

Projects to benefit communities in Malawi

£11m for projects to benefit communities.

More than £11 million is being provided to support local projects in Malawi focused on

Record year for overseas visitors

Visits and spending by overseas tourists in Scotland rose to its highest level on record in 2017.

The ONS Travel Trends

Tackling climate change in Malawi

New fund to help communities in Malawi respond to effects of global warming.

Communities in southern Malawi will have opportunities to

Burrell heads East to Japan

Japan tour dates unveiled.

73 masterworks from the Burrell Collection are to embark on a five-stop tour of Japan later this

Port Glasgow based Ferguson Marine to build world’s first renewables powered Hydrogen ferry

Ferguson Marine Engineering Limited has successfully led a European consortium in a bid for EU funding support to pave the

Building links with China

New strategy to bolster trade, investment and exports.

Stronger trade links and exports to the world’s largest economy are at the

Gaia-Wind has been revived

Gaia Wind is operating under a new ownership structure.

In a positive turnaround for the renewable energy sector, one of the

Producer on a Winning Streak With Her First Film

Elizabeth Lloyd wins three awards in her first two film festivals in the United States.

First time producer Elizabeth Lloyd is

First Minister statement on airstrikes in Syria

Responding to UK involvement in the US led strikes First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said:

“My thoughts this morning are with service

Scotland is Now - Global campaign takes Scotland to the world

A major new campaign will put Scotland in the international spotlight and showcase the country’s world-leading assets to a global

FM highlights surge in Chinese visitors to Scotland

Chinese tourism spend increases

Total spend by Chinese visitors to Scotland has increased by 414% - from £7 million to £36

Project to boost cultural tourism in rural Kenya.

The Scottish Government’s small grant funding will enable artisans in rural Kenya to promote their cultural heritage, boosting tourism and

Stock markets falter as investors begin to question Donald Trump's promises

European stock markets fell on Wednesday, knocked by Wall Street suffering its worst day of the year on Tuesday, as

Presidential approval for Keystone XL oil pipeline

President Trump has given a permit to the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project, which is a major boost for Canada-based

The 60th anniversary of the EU

Meeting on Saturday in the Hall of the Horatii and Curiatii palace where six founding countries signed the Treaty of

French presidential debate

France’s main presidential candidates rounded on the far-right Front National’s Marine Le Pen in the first televised debate on Monday

Theresa May visits Saudi Arabia to inspire oppressed women

The Prime Minister is travelling to Saudi Arabia to discuss trade and security, saying that she could be an example

Eleven Presidential candidates in marathon TV debate

All eleven candidates in France’s presidential election have discussed employment and welfare issues in a televised debate Tuesday night, ahead of

Barack Obama is to make his first visit to Scotland

Barack Obama is to make his first visit to Scotland, where he will attend a charity dinner event, by The

George Soros to blame

Alex Jones tells jury his marijuana has gotten too strong — and says George Soros is to blame

Right-wing conspiracy theorist

replacement of Jean-François Jalkh

This Friday, April 28, Louis Aliot announced the replacement of Jean-François Jalkh, the man appointed to replace Marine Le Pen

Mosul: Civilians killed by airstrikes

Civilian casualties from US-led coalition airstrikes have raised serious questions about the lawfulness of these attacks, on 17 March 2017,

Commission negotiating documents

European Commission

We just received mandate to begin Article50 negotiations with UK. We are ready. Formal negotiations to begin as soon