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Air France flight diverted

PARIS—An Air France flight from San Francisco to Paris was diverted to Montreal after an unspecified anonymous threat, with the passengers disembarking safely before authorities declared it a false alarm.

At least 15 fire trucks and police cars met Flight 83 at Montreal’s Trudeau International Airport late yesterday, where authorities verified the aircraft, passengers, and baggage.

Warriors keep rolling along

NEW YORK—Golden State’s first game against the Nets went down to the wire—and the rematch seemed headed the same way.

Then with one of his electrifying flurries, Stephen Curry changed things in a hurry.

Curry scored 16 of his 28 points in the third quarter as the Warriors ran their NBA-record start to 22-0 by beating Brooklyn 114-98 last night.

Veteran nominees fall short

NASHVILLE—For the second-straight year, a baseball veterans committee failed to elect to the Hall of Fame any of the 10 candidates up for consideration.

The Pre-Integration Era Committee weighed the merits of six players, three executives, and one of the game’s pioneers—all of whom made their mark before Jackie Robinson broke the colour barrier in 1947.

Wild pig in Germany gives up ‘boaring’ life to live with herd of cattle

BERLIN A wild pig in Germany has decided to give up its “boaring” life ‚Äî leaving the forest to live with a small herd of cattle.

Farmer Dirk Reese told the dpa news agency Monday the boar, which he nicknamed “Banana,” has been living with the eight cattle for more than two months on his property north of Hamburg, not far from the Danish border.