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Iran’s female filmmaker Abyar holds masterclass in Scotland
Iran’s well-known female filmmaker Narges Abyar held a virtual masterclass in Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh.
Scotland’s festival to screen Iran’s ‘Spotted Yellow’
The Glasgow Short Film Festival in Scotland, slated for March 22-28, will host the Iranian short film, ‘Spotted Yellow’.
Key to Napoleon's prison bedroom unearthed in a trunk in Scotland
The key to Napoleon's prison bedroom is being auctioned after it was unearthed in a trunk in Scotland.
Escaped hamster braves freezing temperatures to get to candy store in Scotland
Animal rescuers in Scotland are searching for the owners of an escaped hamster that braved sub-freezing temperatures to make its way to a candy store
Couples celebrate arrival of Scotland's first 2021 babies
A Dundee couple welcomed its daughter into the world less than 15 minutes into 2021.
Researchers win £1m grant to unlock secrets of Viking-era treasure trove
Researchers in Scotland hope to unlock the secrets of a stunning Viking-age hoard after a receiving a £1m grant to examine the provenance of the 10th century haul that lay undisturbed for a thousand years before being unearthed by a metal detectorist.
Groundbreaking archeological finds in Scotland recognized as best of the year
Archeological discoveries in the north and northeast Scotland have been recognized as some of the most groundbreaking findings of the year.
Scotland qualifies for Euro 2020 to end long wait as North Macedonia makes history
Scotland's long major tournament exile is over after a penalty shootout win over Serbia in Belgrade secured its place at Euro 2020 on Thursday, while minnow North Macedonia will make its finals debut following a tense playoff win in Georgia.
Archeologists uncover ancient settlement at Cruden Bay in Scotland
Work which started back in 2017 at Cruden Bay, a small village in Scotland, by an archeology team has seen confirmation this week of at least 23 structures which could relate as far back as the Iron Age.
UK pledges more funds for Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland for virus response planning
Britain said on Friday it was guaranteeing £3.7 billion ($4.72 billion) of additional funding this year to be split between Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to allow the devolved governments there to plan their coronavirus response.
Grandma rides mobility scooter in Scotland to celebrate after months in quarantine
A grandmother in Broxburn, Scotland took a trip to a skate park to celebrate her first time leaving the house after months in quarantine. But instead of skateboarding or rollerblading, she rode her mobility scooter.
Map of ancient Egyptian objects redrawn after review
A map of Scotland’s ancient Egyptian collections has been redrawn following a review which charted a treasure trove of objects around the country.
Johnson refuses to issue section 30 order
As expected, Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has formally rejected a request by Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, for a fresh Scottish independence referendum.
Parents in Scotland urged to apply  for new free childcare plan
Families are being urged to apply for new funded nursery places as the national entitlement increases this summer.

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