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Giants lose battle of bullpens as Royals level series
By Larry Fine KANSAS CITY Missouri (Reuters) - The Giants lost the battle of the bullpens on Wednesday and San Francisco reliever Hunter Strickland nearly ignited a brawl after losing his temper as the Kansas City Royals leveled the World Series 1-1. With the score tied 2-2 in the sixth inning, the Royals erupted for five runs, finishing off the explosion with a two-run double by Salvador Perez and a two-run home run by Omar Infante both off Strickland. ...

League welcomes British chancellor's support for London team
Britain's Chancellor George Osborne speaks on the first day of the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham central EnglandLONDON (Reuters) - The National Football League welcomed British chancellor George Osborne's support for a London-based team and remain focused on building a fan base that could support any expansion plans, the league said on Wednesday. According to a story in the Evening Standard newspaper on Wednesday, Osborne held recent talks with NFL officials about the possibility of putting a team in London. "We warmly welcome the Chancellor's strong support for the possibility of an NFL team in London and look forward to welcoming him to a game at Wembley over the next few weeks," the NFL told Reuters. ...

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German industry downgrades growth forecast
A Mercedes-Benz assembly plant in Sindelfingen, southwestern Germany, as the German BDI industry warning it was downgrading its growth forecast to 1.2-1.4% -- having previously forecast the economy would expand by as much as 2%The German BDI industry federation downgraded Thursday its growth forecast for the current year as the outlook for Europe's biggest economy continues to cloud over. BDI chief Markus Kerber said the federation is now pencilling in growth of 1.2-1.4 percent for the current year, after already cutting the forecast in September. BDI had already revised downwards its growth forecast for 2014 from 2.0 percent to 1.5 percent in September to take into account the economic fallout from the different geopolitical crises around the world which was weighing on investment. "The German economy is suffering above all from weak investment," Kerber said, pointing to high unemployment and weak growth across the entire eurozone and the crises in the Middle East and Ukraine.

African beacon Botswana prepares for tight election
President of the Republic of Botswana, Seretse Khama Ian Khama ,gestures during a media briefing in PretoriaBy Joe Brock and Tiisetso Motsoeneng GABORONE (Reuters) - Botswana will on Friday hold what are expected to be its closest elections since gaining independence from Britain 48 years ago as President Ian Khama's ruling party faces growing dissent in a country often heralded as a beacon of African democracy. Khama's Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) is expected to win a reduced majority, extending the grip on power it has held since 1966. There is, however, growing support for opposition parties who say change is needed with economic growth slowing and unemployment stuck at around 20 percent. ...
   

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