Britain's Boris Johnson will make his first visit to Scotland as prime minister as his Conservative Party's leader there said she would refuse to support a no-deal Brexit and asks for alternatives to Johnson's strategy.
Many in Spain's hinterlands want to settle the issue of independence once and for all by getting a chance to vote in a legal referendum.
The central government in Madrid is staunchly against the vote, which has been ruled unconstitutional by the courts, and has used all legal tools at its disposal to stop it from taking place.
Around 78 percent of more than five million people who were eligible to vote in Monday’s non-binding referendum came out to cast their ballots, despite intense opposition from neighbouring countries.
As polls for the referendum close in the KRG, parties that initially wanted to postpone the referendum put forward their support for a 'yes,' in a pragmatic move ahead of the November elections.
Both camps are anxiously looking forward to Sunday when Turkish citizens will cast their ballots and decide the future shape of the country.
Scotland may hold its second referendum on independence from the UK in 2019, five years after Scots rejected secession in a 2014 poll.
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