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10 August 2020

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'Truth always prevails': Black Nova Scotia man 'overjoyed' as struggle for land title moves forward (1)
The problem dates back to the 1800s when the Nova Scotia government distributed land to white and Black Loyalists The Canadian Press Jillian Kestler-D'Amours Aug 09, 2020 o o Christopher Downey and his wife Chrissy pose in front of their home in North Preston, N.S., Saturday, August 1, 2020.
Alesha MacPhail's death will haunt me forever, says prosecutor Iain McSporran (1)
Douglas Barrie August 10 2020, 12:01am, The Times Alesha MacPhail, six, was snatched from her home on the Isle of ButeJohn Linton/PA One of Scotland's top prosecutors has admitted he was left "completely confounded" by the 16-year-old boy who raped and killed Alesha MacPhail. Iain McSporran, QC, led the case against Aaron Campbell, who is serving at least a 24-year sentence, at the High Court in Glasgow last March.
Boris Johnson to bring family on 'two-week Scotland summer staycation' (1)
The Prime Minister has previously talked up UK breaks - claiming some of his happiest holiday memories are 'bucket-and-spade jobs'. By Alexander Britton Andy Shipley Boris Johnson is reportedly heading to Scotland next weekend for a two-week summer staycation. The Prime Minister has previously talked up UK breaks - claiming some of his happiest holiday memories are 'bucket-and-spade jobs'.
Fragmented mental health services and failure to learn creates risks of violent homicides, report says (1)
'Some mental health trusts and the regulators see it as a tick-box exercise rather than really learning' Shaun Lintern Health Correspondent @ShaunLintern Sunday 9 August 2020 23:38 {{ moreThanTen}} {{total}} comments {{/moreThanTen}} 'There is so much emphasis on prevention of suicide but there is no funding for the prevention of homicide by mental health patients' ( Getty ) The Independent employs reporters around the world to bring you truly
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