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Woman behind NBA ex-owner Donald Sterling's downfall denies they had romance
Companion of ex-NBA Clippers owner Donald Sterling, V. Stiviano, walks out of the courthouse in Los AngelesBy Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The woman whose recording of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racist remarks that cost him his NBA franchise testified in court on Thursday that she loved him but insisted again that they never had a romantic relationship. V. Stiviano, 32, described herself instead as a onetime confidante, personal assistant and platonic companion of the 80-year-old billionaire real estate mogul, who she said chose to give her large sums of money and expensive gifts as gestures of his love and appreciation. Stiviano was called to the witness stand in Los Angeles Superior Court on the second day of the non-jury trial of a lawsuit brought by Sterling's wife, Shelly, seeking the return of more than $3.6 million in joint marital assets she claims her husband was swindled into furnishing Stiviano without her permission. A forensic accountant called as an expert witness by the plaintiffs testified that gifts from Donald Sterling to Stiviano included a $1.8 million duplex in Los Angeles, $1.2 million in cash payments and several luxury cars.

NFL eyes Germany, Mexico games, more in London
Ahmad Brooks of the San Francisco 49ers (R) tackles Kyle Orton of the Denver Broncos (C) during their NFL International series game at Wembley Stadium in London on October 31, 2010National Football League officials are looking at staging regular-season games in Germany and Mexico and adding more games in London in a bid to boost global growth. According to a posting on the NFL's website, the league is building the roots of a season-ticket fan base in London with an eye to going from three to four Wembley Stadium games next year and targeting 2017 for games in Germany and Mexico. Mark Waller, NFL International executive vice president, said the league likely would have staged four regular season games in London this year were it not for England hosting the Rugby World Cup in September and October, the first two months of the NFL season.


Oil market jumps on Yemen unrest
Yemenis stand at the site of a Saudi air strike against Huthi rebels near Sanaa Airport on March 26, 2015World oil prices rose sharply this week as Saudi Arabian jets struck rebel targets in Yemen, sparking fresh supply fears in the crude-rich Middle East. Many commodities were also buoyed as weak US data sent the dollar sliding, denting confidence in the world's top economy and throwing into question the timeline for a long-awaited Federal Reserve interest rate hike. OIL: Prices rallied on Wednesday and Thursday after a Saudi Arabia-led coalition bombed Huthi Shiite rebels in support of Yemen's embattled President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi. "The geopolitical tensions in Yemen are pushing (oil) prices higher," Daniel Ang, an investment analyst with Phillip Futures, told AFP.

US stocks snap 4-day slide
Wall Street stocks rise, snapping a four-day losing streak as traders shrug off weaker-than-expected US economic growth in the fourth quarterNew York (AFP) - Wall Street stocks rose Friday, snapping a four-day losing streak as traders shrugged off weaker-than-expected US economic growth in the fourth quarter.

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