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Scotland has 'indisputable mandate' for new independence vote: Sturgeon
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Tuesday began her latest drive for independence from the United Kingdom, publishing the first of a series of papers pushing for a new referendum.
China vows ‘fight to the end’ to stop Taiwan independence
China will “fight to the very end” to stop Taiwanese independence, the country’s defense minister vowed Sunday, in a stern warning to the United States.
China warns of ‘drastic measures’ if Taiwan provokes on independence
China will take "drastic measures" if Taiwan makes moves towards independence, a Beijing official warned on Wednesday, adding that Taiwan's provocations and outside meddling could intensify next year.
Kazakh ambassador: Positive trends in Iran-Kazakhstan trade encouraging
30th anniversary of independence of Kazakhstan celebrated in Tehran
Photo exhibition devoted to 30th Anniversary of Independence of Kazakhstan opens in Tehran
A photo exhibition was opened on Sunday at the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Tehran devoted to the 30th Anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Spain will 'never' allow independence vote in Catalonia: PM
Spain's ruling Socialists will "never" allow an independence referendum in Catalonia, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Wednesday, as his government prepares to resume negotiations with Catalan separatists.
Northern Iranian province hosts meeting on 30th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s Independence
Kazakhstan’s Embassy in Tehran and Consulate General in the northern Iranian province of Golestan, together with the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a meeting dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Wednesday with the participation of about 100 people.
Scottish nationalists vow independence vote after election win
Pro-independence parties won a majority in Scotland's Parliament on Saturday, paving the way to a high-stakes political, legal and constitutional battle with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the future of the United Kingdom.
UK PM under pressure as voters back second Scottish independence referendum
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing intense pressure to allow a second Scottish independence referendum if the Scottish National Party (SNP) wins a majority at Holyrood – an area in Edinburgh – on Thursday, after a new poll showed British voters think he would be wrong to deny a fresh ballot.
Iran eyes closer political, economic ties with Turkmenistan
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hailed the amicable relations with Turkmenistan, expressing confidence that the political, economic and cultural relations between Tehran and Ashgabat would continue to grow.
OPCW has to change course, show neutrality, independence: Syrian envoy
A high-ranking Syrian official has criticized the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), saying the intergovernmental body’s technical secretariat has to change its course and demonstrate impartiality, independence and objectivity in order to build up trust in its reports.
Thousands of independence supporters march in Glasgow
Tens of thousands of Scottish independence supporters marched through Glasgow in the first of a series of protests planned for the coming year.
Kazakh Independence Day celebrated in Tehran embassy
The Kazakh Embassy in the Iranian capital held a ceremony on Wednesday to celebrate the Independence Day of Kazakhstan and its First President's Day.

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