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22 Dec 2013 : British drinks giant Diageo said Saturday it will challenge an Indian court decision annulling its purchase of some shares of United Spirits that threatens its control of India's biggest liquor firm.
22 Dec 2013 : Russia’s former richest man Mikhail Khodorkovsky is likely to stay out of the nitty-gritty of Russian politics following his decade-long prison ordeal but could still exercise a degree of moral authority.
01 Nov 2013 : French football clubs said Thursday they will push ahead with a historic strike after President Francois Hollande rejected their demands to be exempt from a 75 percent tax on high-earners.
31 Oct 2013 : US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden will on Friday start working for a major Russian website, his lawyer said, sparking speculation his new employer could be Russia's largest social network.
31 Oct 2013 : Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer reached the Paris Masters quarter-finals on Thursday as the last-eight line-up mirrored the same men heading to London next week for the World Tour Finals.
31 Oct 2013 : The battered image of football in 2018 World Cup hosts Russia was further tarnished Thursday by the latest shocking outbreak of hooliganism which saw a cup match suspended when Spartak Moscow fans let off flares, clashed with police and hurled seats.
31 Oct 2013 : A zombie army marched on Tokyo Tower for Halloween on Thursday, with a one-time sumo grand champion bringing some weight to the gathering of the dead.
31 Oct 2013 : Four female lawmakers from Turkey's Islamic-rooted government attended parliament Thursday wearing headscarves for the first time, breaking a long taboo in the staunchly secular country.
31 Oct 2013 : US oil giant ExxonMobil reported an 18 percent decline in quarterly profits Thursday due to weaker refining earnings, but results bested expectations as oil and gas output improved.
31 Oct 2013 : Eurozone unemployment is back flirting with the 20-million mark, new data out Thursday showed, after what analysts said was a stark "revising away" of a tourism-led summer breather.
31 Oct 2013 : Japan's top electronics firms on Thursday reported mixed earnings, with Sony slashing its full-year profit outlook while hard-hit Panasonic turned in strong earnings and boosted its annual forecast.
31 Oct 2013 : Hugo Chavez may have died in March, but his successor says the comandante is still around -- most recently in an image of his face that appeared on a subway tunnel.