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What the papers say

Pupils at a school in the Scottish Highlands had to travel to classes by ferry after a landslide cut off the A890 to the Kyle of Lochalsh.

Thieves attempted to steal gold and sliver worth £159M from vaults buried in the rubble beneath the World Trade Center. Scorch marks around the basement door to the vaults suggested thieves had tried to break in using a blow torch to steal the precious metals, belonging to the Bank of Novia Scotia. Given the difficulty of getting onto the site and down to the vault it is suspected the attempt was an inside job.

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