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19 Dec 2013 : Swansea City and Hull City have each been fined pound sterling20,000 ($32,800, 23,800 euros) over an on-pitch fracas during their Premier League encounter last week, the Football Association announced on Tuesday.
18 Dec 2013 : The Federal Reserve resumed a two-day policy meeting Wednesday focused on whether the economy is healthy enough to weather a cutback in the central bank's massive stimulus.
25 Oct 2013 : Six policemen killed by suspected jihadists were buried Thursday as anti-government sentiment mounted and fresh doubts arose over long-awaited talks to end the political paralysis gripping Tunisia.
25 Oct 2013 : Twitter raised the value of its initial public offering Thursday to as much as $1.61 billion as the popular messaging service moved a step closer to Wall Street.
25 Oct 2013 : Tottenham Hotspur closed in on a place in the Europa League knockout stages with a 2-0 win away to Moldovan champions Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday.
25 Oct 2013 : While heads of state have encrypted mobiles and other secure lines for work, many can't resist using regular smartphones for everyday life -- making them susceptible to espionage.
25 Oct 2013 : US spies eavesdropped on the phone conversations of 35 world leaders after White House, Pentagon and State Department officials gave them the numbers, The Guardian reported Thursday.
25 Oct 2013 : Twitter announced Thursday it had hired former NBC executive Vivian Schiller to head its news operations, as the messaging service ramps up efforts in the field ahead of its stock market debut.
25 Oct 2013 : The operator of the Swiss stock exchange said Thursday it had opened an investigation into the country's largest bank, UBS, which is suspected of violating financial reporting rules.
25 Oct 2013 : Ever younger people are suffering strokes, according to two studies published on Thursday that warned death, disability and illness from strokes could double by 2030, partly due to unhealthy lifestyles.
25 Oct 2013 : Manchester United and France left-back Patrice Evra will not be banned by the French Football Federation (FFF) in the wake of a vicious verbal assault on several pundits in a television interview.
24 Oct 2013 : Former US secretary of state Madeleine Albright said Thursday that France had eavesdropped on her when she was in government as she dismissed European concerns about Washington's snooping.