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Mayon Volcano In philippines Erupts
    Sept. 17, 2014 Albay, Philippines - A farmer crosses the river with his carabao near the Mayon Volcano in Albay Province. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) said that the Volcano has exhibited 'intense activity'. The Philippine military said that more than 50,000 people
from five municipalities near the volcano have already been transferred to various evacuation centers.
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Scottish Independence Referendum
    Text by The Telegraph - Ahead of Thursday's historic Scottish independence vote, British Prime Minister David Cameron became emotional and teary-eyed during a speech in which he pleaded with the citizens of Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom. He told a group of conservative activists in Aberdeen, Scotland, that if voters support independence, it would represent a 'painful divorce' from the UK, The Telegraph reports. 'Donít think, 'I'm frustrated with politics right now, so I'll walk out the door and never come back,'' Cameron said. 'If you don't like me, I won't be here forever. If you don't like this government, it won't last forever. But if you leave the UK, that will be forever.' British politicians are currently making a final push to save the 307-year-old union, as Thursday's referendum on Scottish independence looms. Both sides in the Scottish referendum campaign have held rallies as they make their final efforts to win over undecided voters. Independence supporters attended a mass event in the centre of Glasgow, where they were urged to ''vote 'Yes' for a prosperous Scotland''. At the same time, pro-UK campaigners gathered nearby to insist the case for independence had not been made. The latest polls have suggested the result is too close to call. (Credit Image: © Stephen Simpson/London News Pictures/ZUMA Wire)
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