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Front Pages

Various front pages from The Scotsman

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The resignation of Cardinal Keith O’Brien as Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh

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The only man convicted over the Lockerbie bombing succumbs to terminal cancer

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Nelson Mandela, the first democratically elected president of South Africa, is laid to rest

Nelson Mandela, the first democratically elected president of South Africa, is laid to rest

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The Glasgow Airport terror trial

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The full extent of the police cover-up over the Hillsborough disaster is revealed

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An inconsolable Tony Nicklinson loses his right-to-die court case

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United Nations warn of "genocide" threat in Iraq as IS forces target refugees

United Nations warn of genocide threat in Iraq as IS forces target refugees

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Nurse duped over Kate Middleton hoax takes her own life

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President Barack Obama backs military action in Iraq

President Barack Obama backs military action in Iraq

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Financial study reveals precarious position of Scottish football clubs

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Huge storm lays waste to New York and surrounding states

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The 2012 London Olympic Games begin with a bang

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Anders Breivik salutes in court as he enters plea of self-defence over massacre

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Cardinal Keith O’Brien makes a prophetic call for an end to clerical celibacy

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Rangers directors shown the door as crisis begins to engulf Ibrox

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Rangers owner Craig Whyte incurs wrath of supporters over his controversial stewardship

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Team GB enjoys its first gold rush at London 2012

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AAIB preliminary report finds no evidence of engine faults in Clutha Vaults helicopter tragedy

AAIB preliminary report finds no evidence of engine faults in Clutha Vaults helicopter tragedy

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Final words of gunman who embarked on Cumbria killing spree

 

 

 

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