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Asylum seekers in Glasgow ‘malnourished with food not fit for human consumption’

Dozens of asylum seekers in Glasgow are being left “malnourished with food not fit for human consumption”, according to a charity supporting them. Positive Action...

Glasgow stabbing incident not being treated as terrorism

A major incident in Glasgow in which a suspect was shot dead and six people injured is not being treated as terrorism by police. Police...

Scotland’s First Minister brands protesters ‘shameful’ as police head off major clash in Glasgow

Scotland’s First Minister has branded protesters “utterly shameful” as police were able to avert a major clash with an unknown group. Hundreds of people descended...

Student creates 3D model of kidney that could help train cancer surgeons

A student has used 3D printing technology to create a model of a kidney that could be used to help train cancer surgeons. The model...

Pilot arrested after pre-flight breath test released without charge

One of two pilots for allegedly failing a breath test ahead of a flight to the US has been released without charge, police have said. The...

Jeremy Corbyn urges snap election as he meets charities battling austerity

Jeremy Corbyn has called for a snap general election as he heard from groups helping people in poverty in Glasgow. The Labour leader met voluntary...

EasyJet flight postponed after scorpion spotted on board

A flight from Paris to Glasgow has been delayed overnight after a scorpion was spotted on board. EasyJet said the aircraft will be fumigated as...

Hundreds attend Glasgow vigil after Manchester attack

Hundreds of people, including young children, have gathered at a Glasgow vigil for the victims of the Manchester attack. Glasgow City Council organised the event...

Police probe after gang violence turns Glasgow streets into ‘war zone’

Police are continuing to investigate a “targeted attack” which left a city street looking like a “war zone”. Three men were taken to hospital after...

Woman jailed after £1m of cocaine found in luggage at Glasgow airport

A woman has been jailed for seven years for attempting to smuggle cocaine worth around £1m (€1.4m) into the UK hidden in toiletries. Myrtle McCreath,...

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Expert warns too early to relax restrictions despite flatter virus curve in EU

The European Union’s latest surge of coronavirus infections is flattening or going down in some but not all countries across the continent, an expert...

Police search Maradona doctor’s home and office

Argentine police have searched the home and office of one of Diego Maradona’s doctors, taking away medical records as part of investigations into the...

Doctor says he did the best he could for Diego Maradona

Diego Maradona’s doctor Leopoldo Luque says he did the best he could for the World Cup winner and is not responsible for his death. Maradona...

US may see ‘surge upon surge’ of virus in weeks ahead, Fauci warns

The top infectious disease expert in the US has said the country may see “surge upon surge” of coronavirus over the coming weeks, and...

‘World’s loneliest elephant’ ready to fly to new home

An elephant dubbed the “world’s loneliest” after languishing alone for years at a zoo in Pakistan has been readied for his flight to a...
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