EU: Scandal may hit terror fight

European leaders warned Friday that reports of widespread spying on world leaders by the U.S. National Security Agency have raised “deep concerns” among Europeans and could affect the cooperation needed for effective intelligence gathering.

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Vettel beats Rosberg to India pole

Sebastian Vettel beats Nico Rosberg to pole position for the Indian GP as tyre strategy sets up an intriguing race.

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England set to kick off World Cup

England and Australia kick off the 14th World Cup on Saturday in a double-header at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

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3 young brothers die in fire

A blaze in a New York apartment killed three brothers under age 5, police said. Their mother and sisters escaped.

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Service to remember offshore victims

The victims of the Shetland Super Puma crash will be among those remembered at a service for oil and gas industry workers who have lost their lives.

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Bombs targeting Shias kill 16 across Iraq

BAGHDAD: A series of bombs killed at least 16 people across Iraq on Friday as Shias ┬ácelebrated a holy festival, police and medical sources said. Nine bombs were detonated by remote control. The deadliest were two roadside devices that exploded in quick succession in a market in the Shia town of Yousufiya, 20 km south of Baghdad, killing at least seven ...

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