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11 Dec 2013 : South Africa's deaf community on Wednesday accused the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial of being a fake who had merely flapped his arms around during speeches.
11 Dec 2013 : British regulators have fined state-rescued Lloyds Banking Group a record pound sterling28 million after finding staff were at risk of selling unsuitable products amid the lure of bonuses, they announced on Wednesday.
31 Oct 2013 : Facebook on Wednesday announced strong earnings on the back of soaring advertising revenue, nearly half of it from smartphones or tablet computers.
31 Oct 2013 : Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista's OGX oil firm on Wednesday filed for bankruptcy protection in Rio to avert default after debt-restructuring talks with creditors failed.
31 Oct 2013 : The Palestinians accused Israel Wednesday of trying to wreck peace talks with plans to build 1,500 new settler homes in east Jerusalem, hours after the Jewish state freed 26 Palestinian prisoners.
31 Oct 2013 : Once implacable Cold War foes, NATO and Russia Wednesday claimed a major breakthrough in the fight against a shared enemy -- terrorist bombers targeting big commuter hubs or sports venues.
31 Oct 2013 : The US Federal Reserve kept its stimulus program in place as expected Wednesday, but reiterated the government's fiscal policy is a drag on the economy.
31 Oct 2013 : The US National Security Agency has tapped into key communications links from Yahoo and Google data centers around the world, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
31 Oct 2013 : The Georgian government may be using technology from Swedish telecom giant Ericsson to illegally monitor its own citizens, the company said Wednesday.
31 Oct 2013 : Russians CSKA Moscow were on Wednesday hit with a partial stadium ban by UEFA due to racist abuse of Manchester City's Yaya Toure in a Champions League match.
30 Oct 2013 : World number one Rafael Nadal and Swiss star Roger Federer led a host of leading fancies into the third round of the Paris Masters on Wednesday.
30 Oct 2013 : Russia began the 100 day countdown to the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi on Wednesday, with International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach promising an "unforgettable" event despite a growing controversy over gay rights.