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Golf-Abu Dhabi slump could have been due to complacency - Kaymer
By Matt Smith DUBAI, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Complacency may have been the reason twice major winner Martin Kaymer blew a 10-stroke lead in the final round of this month's Abu Dhabi Championship, the German said on Tuesday. The U.S. Open title holder seemed unbeatable in the desert two weeks ago until a startling collapse featuring six dropped strokes in eight holes let in unheralded Frenchman Gary Stal for a maiden European Tour victory. "When you lead by six shots overnight and start off birdie- birdie-par-birdie you almost feel like not much could go wrong," Kaymer told reporters ahead of the Dubai Desert Classic that starts on Thursday. "In golf that little bit of too much confidence can hurt, it's a very fine line." Kaymer, who also landed the U.S. PGA Championship crown in 2010, said his Middle East meltdown would make him an even tougher competitor in the future.

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British economy grows at best annual rate since 2007
Britain's gross domestic product -- the value of all the goods and services produced in the economy -- expanded by 2.6 percent in 2014Britain's economy grew in 2014 at the fastest annual pace since before the financial crisis, despite a fourth-quarter slowdown, official data showed Tuesday in a pre-election boost to the government. Economists said the data was welcome news for the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government, which faces an election in 100 days' time in May. The economy's 2014 performance marked an acceleration from 1.7-percent growth in 2013 and was in line with expectations, but undershot the government's official forecast for expansion of 3.0 percent. The announcement bolstered expectations that Britain was likely to have been the world's fastest growing major economy in last year.

Russia dismisses U.S. espionage charges against alleged NYC spy ring
Russia's foreign ministry on Tuesday dismissed charges by the U.S. against three men for their alleged involvement in a Russian spy ring operating in New York City. The U.S. government on Monday announced criminal charges against three men who are accused of conspiring to gather economic intelligence on behalf of Russia, including information about U.S. sanctions against the country. Prosecutors said Evgeny Buryakov, Igor Sporyshev and Victor Podobnyy were trying to recruit New York City residents as intelligence sources. Russia's foreign ministry dismissed the claims and said the United States had not provided any evidence to support the allegations against Buryakov and two other men.
   

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