As Scotland considers another referendum on independence, economists are warning of the risks involved. Low oil prices, for one, have put a dent in revenues independence supporters were counting on to go it alone.
This weekend the Scottish National Party (SNP) holds its spring conference in Aberdeen. Many nationalists are pleased that a second independence vote is back on the table. Peter Geoghegan reports from Glasgow.
Catalonia's regional government plans to hold its independence referendum on Sunday. But separatist movements are not unique to Spain: Several other European regions have aspirations of becoming autonomous.
Iraqi Kurds are slated to vote on an independent Kurdistan on September 25. Even though most are in favor of getting their own state, many are still considering to vote 'no' as Judit Neurink reports from Sulaimaniya.
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