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Harry Bernstein, whose acclaimed memoir of an English childhood haunted by anti-Semitism _ "The Invisible Wall" _ was published when he was 96, has died at 101.
Former Lazio captain Giuseppe Signori was among 16 people arrested on Wednesday for alleged involvement in a match-fixing and betting ring throughout Italy.
While western media continue to rhapsodize about the "Arab Spring democratic revolutions" in the Middle East, it may be that the real democratic revolution is beginning to occur in the European Union and the United States. And if the timing is right, the crisis in the European Union may play a decisive part in tipping the American electorate against President Obama and the Democrats in our 2012 elections.
America: land of the free, home of the brave — and peaceful? Don't bet on it.
Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that it plans a major upgrade to its Windows Phone software this fall, ahead of the launch of the first Nokia phones to use it.
A Croat and two co-defendants have been convicted of fraud by a German court for their part in what has been described as Europe's biggest match-fixing scandal.
Finland scored five late goals to beat Sweden 6-1 on Sunday and claim its second title at the ice hockey world championship.
Europeans will ditch financial worries to rally behind their favorite performers in the continent's annual Eurovision Song Contest as finalists from 25 countries take the stage Saturday night.
Malaysia said Friday the International Atomic Energy Agency has appointed a nine-member team to help the government probe whether a rare earth refinery being built by Australian miner Lynas Corp. carries any threat of radioactive contamination.