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NBA: Celtics use balanced attack to beat Bulls

The Boston Celtics warmed up for their critical game against the streaking Golden State Warriors on Friday night by holding on to beat the Chicago Bulls 105-100 Wednesday at the Boston Garden.

IEA to launch Medium-Term Coal Market Report

Although it has received less attention than the plunge in oil prices since mid-2014, the drop in coal prices has had a profound impact on global energy markets. Underpinning the weakness in coal prices is the decline in coal consumption in China for the first time this century, while pledges to reduce CO2 emissions made by dozens of countries ahead of the UN climate negotiations in Paris in December 2015 are also providing negative sentiment for coal producers. Partly offsetting the gloom is demand from a few populous emerging economies in Asia – particularly India – and the high odds that coal will remain China’s top energy source for several years to come.

Boxing champ Tyson Fury reported for ‘hate crime’ to police

Greater Manchester Police say on Tuesday they have received a report of a “hate crime” regarding Fury’s comments, which were published in a newspaper interview before his victory over Wladimir Klitschko in a heavyweight title fight on Nov. 28.

Boxing: Fury stripped of IBF belt

British heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury has been stripped of one his world titles less than two weeks after winning it, the BBC reported on Wednesday.

‘Hunger Games’ finale keeps box office crown for third week

Lionsgate’s final installment of bow-wielding Katniss’ struggles in a dystopian world took in $18.9 million in the U.S. and Canada, topping Universal’s Christmas-gone-wrong flick, which earned $16.3 million. “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay _ Part 2” won out on the traditionally slow weekend after Thanksgiving weekend.