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Here’s the latest for Saturday July 14th: President Trump spends a private weekend in Scotland; Israeli military carry out airstrikes against Hamas; Eritrea’s president visits Ethiopia; French police motorcycles crash in Bastille Day parade. (July 14)

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President Trump plays golf in Scottish resort

As President Trump’s visit to the UK approaches its end, he spends the weekend at a luxury golf resort owned by him in Turnberry, Scotland, where he decides to play a round. IMAGES

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Around 2000 people gather to protest Trump’s visit to Scotland

Around 2,000 people gather in Glasgow to protest against Donald Trump’s visit to Scotland.

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Game of Thrones wedding for stars Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie

Game of thrones co-stars Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie get married in a ceremony in Scotland.

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Scottish titles industry prompts global rush

Fancy joining the ranks of Scottish nobility? An industry has grown up in Scotland allowing ordinary people to do just that — some with more legal justification than others. One company, Highland Titles, has ennobled — at least on paper — around a quarter of a million people in countries as far afield as Australia, Canada and Russia.

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Send-off ceremony for Mexican World Cup squad

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto attends a send-off ceremony for the Mexican football squad before their friendly match on June 2 against Scotland. After that, the team will head to Copenhagen for final preparations ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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From ships to satellites: Scotland aims for the sky

A shipbuilding hub since the days of the British empire, the Scottish city of Glasgow is now reaching for the stars with a growing space satellite industry.

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Passers by stop by Markle village in Scotland

Passers by take photos beside the road sign for the village of Markle in Scotland on the day of Meghan Markle’s marriage to Prince Harry.

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People gather in Scotland for medieval fighting championships

Teams from around the world gather in Scotland to battle it out medieval style at the fifth International Medieval Combat Federation World Championships.