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Curry magic as Golden State Warriors down Rockets

Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors (L) drives past Ty Lawson of the Houston Rockets at ORACLE Arena in Oakland, California on February 9, 2016Stephen Curry turned on the style as the Golden State Warriors overcame a brave Houston Rockets fightback to triumph 123-110 and stretch their winning streak to 10 games on Tuesday. Reigning NBA Most Valuable Player Curry scored 35 points in a pulsating battle in Oakland to take the Warriors' record to 47-4 for the season. The highlight of Curry's latest masterclass was his role in a remarkable passage of play in the third quarter, when he stripped the ball inside the Warriors paint and then darted forward to launch an attack.



Moscow rejects U.S. criticism Russian bombings behind Syria's humanitarian crisisMOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Foreign Ministry on Wednesday rejected U.S. allegations that Russian bombing had caused a humanitarian crisis in Syria, saying it is the West that fueled the problem. Moscow views U.S. allegations that it uses unguided munitions in Syria as "totally unfounded", Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a news briefing. She also rejected as unfounded criticism that Russian bombings in Syria were pushing refugees toward Europe. Zakharova dismissed charges that Russia collapsed Syria talks as "an outright lie". ...
Fighting kills at least 500 in Aleppo province since Syrian army offensive began: monitor

esidents inspect the damage as blood stains are seen on the ground after airstrikes by pro-Syrian government forces in the rebel held al-Sakhour neighborhood of AleppoAt least 500 people have been killed on all sides during fighting in Aleppo province since the start of a Syrian army and allied forces offensive began in early February, a war monitor said on Wednesday. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the war, said this figure included at least 100 civilians. The Syrian army, supported by Russian air strikes, began a push to retake Aleppo and surrounding areas up to the Turkish border at the start of February.



Destruction of Moscow kiosks sparks anger among activistsMOSCOW (AP) ? Russian activists and political commentators have criticized Moscow authorities over the late-night destruction of kiosks around the city.
Zika, disease of the poor, may not change abortion in Brazil

Eritania Maria, who is six months pregnant, is seen in front of her house at a slum in RecifeBy Stephen Eisenhammer RECIFE (Reuters) - Six months pregnant with her first child, Eritania Maria has a rash and a mild fever, symptoms of the Zika virus linked to brain deformities in newborn children in Brazil. Like other women in the slums of Recife, which squat on stilts over mosquito-ridden marshland in northeast Brazil, Maria has few options if her child develops microcephaly, the condition marked by an abnormally small head and underdeveloped brain that has been linked to Zika. Brazil has amongst the toughest abortion laws in the world and is culturally conservative.



Key developments following North Korea's rocket launch

A visitor looks at a map of the Korean peninsula at the exhibition hall of the unification observatory in Paju, South Korea, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016. South Korea says it will suspend the operations at a joint industrial park with North Korea in response to the North's recent rocket launch. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket has drawn sharp condemnations and threats of new sanctions. World leaders say Sunday's launch violated a U.N. ban on Pyongyang's use of ballistic missile technology. North Korea says the launch of a new Earth observation satellite, the Kwangmyongsong 4, or Shining Star 4, is part of a peaceful space program.



UNDP raises $60 mln for food aid in drought-hit Zimbabwe

A villager uses a wheelbarrow to collect a monthly food ration provided by the United Nations World Food Programme in Masvingo, ZimbabweThe United Nations Development Programme has raised $60 million for food aid in Zimbabwe and is feeding 1 million people as the country faces its worst drought in a quarter century, the agency's local head said on Wednesday. The UNDP head of mission in Zimbabwe, Bishow Parajuli, said the UN plans to raise $130 million under an emergency fund. Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday appealed for nearly $1.6 billion in aid to help pay for grain and other food after a drought in the southern African nation badly affected harvests and left 3 million people in need.



Trump, Sanders win big in New Hampshire

US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump addresses a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, on February 8, 2016The runaway victory by Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist advocating nothing less than "political revolution," spelled a deflating if expected defeat for Hillary Clinton, who put a brave face on the loss and admitted she had work to do as the campaign moves south. On the Republican side, Trump's visceral assault on American politics galvanized voters who brought him his debut victory in the fledgling race, keeping him in pole position despite his second-place showing in last week's Iowa caucuses. Ohio Governor John Kasich's uplifting and positive message of renewal catapulted him into second place, a potentially critical result for him as the Republican Party works out which mainstream candidate could successfully challenge the billionaire tycoon Trump.



Romania upholds sentence for communist-era prison commander

FILE - In this Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015 file photo former communist prison commander Alexandru Visinescu, 90, waits for his hearing to start at an appeals court in Bucharest, Romania. A Romanian appeals court has upheld a 20-year prison sentence for Visinescu, a 90-year-old communist-era prison guard found guilty of committing crimes against humanity, in the first such case in since the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu was tried and executed in 1989. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda, File)BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) ? A Romanian appeals court on Wednesday upheld a 20-year prison sentence for a 90-year-old communist-era prison guard convicted of crimes against humanity, in the first such case since dictator Nicolae Ceausescu was tried and executed in 1989.



India launches campaign for deworming millions of childrenNEW DELHI (AP) ? Millions of Indian children are getting deworming treatment in a massive national campaign to prevent parasitic worms from infecting them and impairing their mental and physical development.