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Bulgaria breaks up major phone scam ring

Bulgarian prosecutors and police on Thursday busted a major phone scam, the latest example of a type of fraud which robs hundreds of mostly elderly Bulgarians of their life savings every year.

Saudi Arabia, Iraq to cooperate on security, intelligence

Saudi Arabia and Iraq have agreed to cooperate in security and intelligence matters, Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television cited Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim as saying, as Riyadh woos Baghdad to stem the influence of regional rival Iran.

Fish on $20B EU tariff list over plane subsidies

ors, shovels and fish are part of an 11-page list of U.S. imports worth $20 billion that the European Union Wednesday said it could hit with tariffs in a trans-Atlantic aircraft subsidy dispute.

Beirut level series with Homenetmen 

Beirut held their nerve late in the game to see off defending Lebanese Basketball League champions Homenetmen 76-72 Wednesday and knot their best-of-five Final Four series at 1-1.

Beirut level series with Homenetmen 

Beirut held their nerve late in the game to see off defending Lebanese Basketball League champions Homenetmen 76-72 Wednesday and knot their best-of-five Final Four series at 1-1.

Clippers stun Warriors with biggest comeback

The Los Angeles Clippers delivered the biggest comeback in NBA playoff history Monday, rallying from a 31-point deficit for a shocking 135-131 win over the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors. Lou Williams scored 36 points and Montrezl Harrell nailed a couple of clutch late free throws as the Clippers surprised even themselves to square the first round playoff series at 1-1.

Hamilton back on top after landmark win in China

Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton returned to the top of the Formula One standings Sunday with a comfortable victory in China that ticked off two more milestones in an already stellar career.

Janet Jackson, Radiohead, The Cure enter Rock Hall of Fame

Genre-bending acts Radiohead and The Cure led a British invasion into Brooklyn Friday night to take their spots in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, while pop icon Janet Jackson entered the shrine in an induction many industry insiders consider long overdue.

‘Flight shame’ has Swedes rethinking air travel

Saddled with long dark winters at home, Swedes have for decades been frequent flyers seeking out sunnier climes, but a growing number are changing their ways because of air travel’s impact on the climate.