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Sports - Clippers-Warriors series billed as must-see TV


OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Forget the Showtime Lakers or the Sacramento Kings of past decades.


Friday, April 18, 2014  09:07

USATODAY

NBA - Clippers-Warriors series billed as must-see TV


Clippers-Warriors series billed as must-see TV as brewing California rivalry hits playoffs


Friday, April 18, 2014  00:05

Yahoo

World - Syria army launches assault on besieged Homs: state TV


Syria`s army launched a major ground assault on the central city of Homs on Tuesday, state television said, with troops entering rebel-held districts under government siege for nearly two years. `The Syrian army and the (pro-regime militia) National Defence Forces (NDF) have achieved key successes in the Old City of Homs,` Syrian state television said, adding that troops were advancing in several besieged neighbourhoods in the area. An activist on the ground and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights NGO both confirmed the report. `They have entered into one (besieged) area, Wadi al-Sayeh, which lies between Juret al-Shiyah and the Old City,` said Abu Bilal, an activist trapped inside the blockade, who spoke to AFP via the Internet.


Tuesday, April 15, 2014  14:55

Yahoo

World - Armed men put Putin on the air in eastern Ukraine


By Thomas Grove ANDRIYIVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) - Armed men took over a television tower in eastern Ukraine on Thursday and switched it to Russian channels playing an almost non-stop stream of sound-bites from a marathon TV phone-in by Russian President Vladimir Putin. TV engineers accompanying the men then took Ukrainian channels off the air and replaced them with five Russian channels. The channels included Russia 1, Russia 24 and ORT - some of the most popular state-controlled channels - which were broadcasting clips of Putin`s TV phone-in.


Thursday, April 17, 2014  19:22

Yahoo

World - Israel `demolishes` EU-funded W.Bank housing shelters


Israel has demolished several European Union-funded humanitarian housing shelters in a highly sensitive strip of West Bank land near Jerusalem, an EU official said Friday. `On April 9, three of some 18 residential structures were demolished... in Jabal al-Baba,` an area outside the sprawling settlement of Maale Adumim, a spokesman for the EU`s delegation to the Palestinian territories told AFP. The tin huts, used to house Palestinians made homeless by severe winter weather at the beginning of the year, were `partially funded by EU member states,` the official said. Israel issued demolition orders on all 18 structures in February, the official said, and EU delegates `raised this with the Israeli authorities` both at that time of and after the demolitions.


Friday, April 11, 2014  21:11

Yahoo

Business - Aereo CEO speaks on future of company, industry


NEW YORK (AP) The future of Aereo, an online service that provides over-the-air TV channels, hinges on a battle with broadcasters that goes before the U.S. Supreme Court next week.


Thursday, April 17, 2014  21:56

Yahoo

World - Turkish parliament approves law expanding spy powers


Turkey`s parliament approved a controversial law on Thursday expanding the powers of the national spy agency and setting prison terms for publishing leaked information as the government fights back against a widening corruption scandal. The new legislation, passed after a heated debate in parliament, is the latest ammunition being deployed by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan as he seeks to push back against the greatest challenge yet to his 11-year rule. The law was first introduced by lawmakers from Erdogan`s AKP party in the run-up to local elections last month and has undergone a series of amendments to satisfy demands made by President Abdullah Gul, who is now expected the ratify the measures. The Islamic-rooted AKP won a resounding victory in the local polls despite a corruption scandal that has been fuelled by a steady flow of leaked classified information.


Thursday, April 17, 2014  20:33

Yahoo

World - Turkish parliament approves law expanding snooping powers


Turkey`s parliament on Thursday approved a controversial law expanding the powers of the spy agency and setting prison terms for publishing leaked information as the government fights back against a widening corruption scandal. The legislation, passed after a heated debate in parliament, was first introduced by lawmakers from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan`s AKP party in the run-up to last month`s local elections. It also sets prison terms for journalists and others who publish leaked information, according to local media reports. Last week, Turkey`s constitutional court annulled sections of another controversial law intended to tighten the government`s control over the judiciary.


Thursday, April 17, 2014  19:10

USATODAY

Top Stories - Spy vs. spy: Snowden presses Putin on surveillance


NSA leaker Edward Snowden asks Russia`s leader about surveillance on live TV.


Thursday, April 17, 2014  17:13

CNN

World - Snowden questions Putin on TV


Edward Snowden asked Vladimir Putin on Russian television about Moscow`s surveillance practices.


Thursday, April 17, 2014  17:01

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