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December 6, 2012
AFTER SUSTAINING a neck injury while playing in Germany on Nov. 17, Flyers star Claude Giroux was back on the ice in Ottawa on Wednesday. Giroux, 24, participated in a 90-minute skate at the Carleton Ice House in Ottawa, where he makes his summer home. "I skated for the first time today," Giroux said in a message to the Daily News. "It was a slow skate. Just trying to get the legs going again. " Giroux is not fully recovered and said he had "no idea" when he would be back at 100 percent.
SPORTS
November 26, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
Rory McIlroy made five straight birdies down the stretch to overtake Justin Rose and win the Dubai World Championship on Sunday, ending a historic year in which the 23-year-old Northern Irishman won the PGA Championship and the European and PGA tour money titles. The top-ranked McIlroy recovered from early putting woes to finish at 6-under 66 for a total 23-under 265 at the season-ending tournament in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Rose, who was tied for seventh after three rounds, surged down the stretch into contention after shooting a course-record 62 that included an eagle and eight birdies.
SPORTS
October 24, 2012 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer
WITH NO NEW formal bargaining sessions scheduled between the NHL and its players' association this week, we figured this was a prime opportunity to update you on the Flyers' happenings abroad:   Germany Claude Giroux and Danny Briere continue to tear up the German Elite League for Eisbaren Berlin. Giroux led a seven-goal third-period explosion for the Polar Bears by notching the first goal of a 7-1 win in front of 14,000 fans. Briere assisted on the Polar Bears' final goal of the game.
TRAVEL
October 21, 2012 | By Irene S. Levine, For The Inquirer
After a wait of several minutes, the doors of a no-frills construction elevator open precisely at noon. We enter the metal-framed box that scales the outside rear of the Royal Opera House (   Kungliga Operan   ) of Stockholm, transporting us from the street to our rooftop destination, the Electrolux Cube. At the end of the elevator ride, Ludvig Jureskog, tall, blond, and immaculately attired in a black suit, greets us and the other luncheon guests with flutes of champagne.
NEWS
August 29, 2012
Reason to fear extradition Julian Assange is rightly concerned that extradition to Sweden is the first step in an extradition to the United States ("Assange extradition not about freedom of speech," Sunday). Neither Sweden nor Britain is willing to guarantee that an extradition to the United States will not happen, although either could easily do so. The United States has already drawn up an indictment against Assange, so obviously it intends to prosecute if possible, even though Assange was not in the United States when he leaked the documents, and is not a U.S. citizen.
NEWS
August 27, 2012
As much as Julian Assange would like the world to think his plight is all about freedom of speech, it isn't. It's not about taking sides on how WikiLeaks has been disclosing the contents of secret documents. That's important. But it doesn't mean Assange should be allowed to manipulate the issue to avoid facing rape charges. The founder of WikiLeaks has been holed up in Ecuador's embassy in London, trying to avoid extradition to Sweden now that the British courts have ruled he should face accusations of rape and sexual molestation there.
NEWS
August 17, 2012 | By Raphael Satter and Gonzalo Solano, Associated Press
LONDON - He has won asylum in Ecuador, but Julian Assange is no closer to getting there. The decision by the South American nation to identify the WikiLeaks founder as a refugee is a symbolic boost for the embattled ex-hacker. But legal experts say that does little to help him avoid extradition to Sweden on sexual-assault allegations. Instead, with British officials asserting they will not grant Assange safe passage out of the country, the case has done much to drag the two nations into an international faceoff.
NEWS
August 9, 2012 | By Louise Nordstrom, Associated Press
STOCKHOLM - Belarus on Wednesday ordered Sweden to close its embassy in Minsk by the end of the month, a move that comes only days after Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko's regime effectively expelled the Swedish ambassador. The dispute is the latest in a series of diplomatic spats between Belarus and Western nations, especially European Union states that have taken steps against the ex-Soviet country and its longtime leader, Lukashenko, over the stifling of human rights. EU spokesman Sebastien Brabant reiterated the 27-member bloc's "grave concern" about the earlier decision to bar Sweden's Ambassador Stefan Eriksson and said it was "urgently seeking clarification" over Minsk's latest move.
NEWS
August 4, 2012 | By Louise Nordstrom, Associated Press
STOCKHOLM - Sweden said Friday that Belarus had expelled its ambassador for "being too supportive of human rights. " Belarus countered that it merely chose not to extend the envoy's accreditation, calling his activities destructive. The dispute was the latest in a series of diplomatic spats between Belarus and Western nations, especially European Union states that have taken steps against the ex-Soviet country and its longtime leader, President Alexander Lukashenko, over its stifling of human rights.
NEWS
June 22, 2012 | By Louise Nordstrom, Associated Press
STOCKHOLM - Sweden ramped up security at its three nuclear power plants Thursday after a small amount of explosives without a triggering device was found on a forklift on the grounds of the country's largest atomic power station, authorities said. Police were investigating possible sabotage, but insisted that even if there had been a blast it would not have posed any great danger. Bomb-sniffing dogs detected the explosives in a routine check Wednesday afternoon by security staff in the power plant's industrial area near its high-security enclosure.
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