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21 Dec 2013 : Radamel Falcao made his comeback after almost a month on the sidelines only to miss a penalty as Monaco suffered a shock 2-1 home defeat at the hands of struggling Valenciennes on Friday.
21 Dec 2013 : Stade Francais moved up to second in the French Top 14 with an ultimately commanding 21-6 win over Grenoble on Friday.
23 Oct 2013 : Mexico is to investigate allegations that the United States spied on the emails of President Enrique Pena Nieto and his predecessor, the latest diplomatic wrangle stemming from America's intelligence-gathering efforts.
23 Oct 2013 : Firefighters in Australia battled hot, dry winds and soaring temperatures Wednesday as new blazes were whipped up in a week-long bushfire emergency, but fears of a catastrophe eased.
23 Oct 2013 : Three generations of future British kings will gather on Wednesday for the low-key christening of Prince George, the son of Prince William and his wife Catherine.
23 Oct 2013 : Apple has unveiled the "iPad Air", a slimmer version of its top-selling full-size tablet, and a revamped iPad Mini, bidding to fend off rivals who have eroded its market dominance.
23 Oct 2013 : Manchester United will once again turn to the Champions League for solace on Wednesday when Real Sociedad visit Old Trafford in the third round of Group A matches.
23 Oct 2013 : Rupert Murdoch still sees himself as an anti-establishment outsider, even after building the most powerful media empire on the planet, a new book on the tycoon says.
23 Oct 2013 : Facebook yanked a beheading video from the social network following outrage over its lifting of a ban on the gory imagery.
23 Oct 2013 : WASHINGTON - The US intelligence chief said Tuesday that articles published by the French newspaper Le Monde about America's espionage activities abroad "contain inaccurate and misleading information".
23 Oct 2013 : Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif heads to the White House Wednesday seeking to build a new type of post-Afghanistan war relationship as he presses for an end to drone strikes.
23 Oct 2013 : As Apple polishes its culture-changing gadgets to gleam during the holiday shopping season, pressure is growing for it to deliver the next big thing.