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Scandal-hit Patriots try to shift focus to Super Bowl
NFL: New England Patriots-Tom Brady Press Conference(Reuters) - With the Super Bowl-bound New England Patriots engulfed in a scandal over the use of under-inflated balls, some of the team's players were trying on Friday to get the focus back on the NFL's showcase game. The team has faced intense media attention since clinching a Super Bowl berth with Sunday's win over the Indianapolis Colts and the NFL said on Friday the team used balls that were under inflated during the game. "We went out there and won a game in the AFC championship and got the right to play in the Super Bowl," said Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty. "That should be the focus and the topic so that's what I want to talk about today, the Super Bowl and the opportunity to go out there and win a big game." New England dominated Indianapolis 45-7 during a rainy AFC championship game where a firm grip on a slippery ball could have helped.

Ravens cut tackle under investigation for animal cruelty
Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Terrence Cody warms up during the NFL's Super Bowl XLVII football practice in Metairie(Reuters) - The Baltimore Ravens on Friday said they will release Terrence Cody, a veteran nose tackle who is under investigation for animal cruelty. Cody, 26, who the Ravens said will be cut after the Feb. 1 Super Bowl, was set to become an unrestricted free agent in March when his one-year, $730,000 contract expires. A five-year NFL veteran, Cody is under investigation for animal cruelty and the case is being discussed with the Baltimore County State's Attorney's Office, said Elise Armacost, the director of communications for Baltimore County police.

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Lungu narrowly wins Zambia presidential vote, opposition cries foul
Patriotic Front (PF) Presidential candidate Lungu speaks at a rally in LusakaBy Chris Mfula LUSAKA (Reuters) - Zambia's ruling party candidate Edgar Lungu secured a narrow victory in this week's presidential poll, results showed on Saturday, defeating his closest rival who said the election had been "stolen". The ballot was triggered by the death last October of the President Michael Sata. With another election scheduled for late next year when Sata's term had been due to end, Lungu will have little time to turn around a stuttering economy in one of Africa's most promising frontier markets. Patriotic Front candidate Lungu won 48.3 percent of the vote to 46.7 percent for Hakainde Hichilema, a wealthy economist from the United Party for National Development, the Electoral Commission of Zambia said.

U.S.-China climate deal does not put pressure on India, says Modi
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said a climate deal between the United States and China does not put pressure on India, but that global warming itself was reason to take action. India, the world's third largest carbon emitter, is reluctant to follow the United States and China in committing to a peak year for emissions on the grounds it needs economic growth to alleviate poverty. Instead, India has plans for a rapid expansion of renewable energy, for which it needs U.S. investment and technology, and improving energy efficiency. (Reporting by Sanjeev Miglani)
   

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