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The striker joined from Wigan in a £5m deal

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Graeme McDowell earned himself a new nickname in Versailles on Sunday after clinching a superb four shot victory in the French Open, his third win of the year.

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Nigerian terror group attack kills 29 children

Boko Haram insurgents storm school in Yobe state armed with guns and cans of petrol

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Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, announces measures as part of new era of 'personalised' NHS care

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Dozens of reservist bases are to close across the country as the Government frees up funding for a major expansion of numbers.

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The burglar took almost everything – even the bed sheets. But loss felt good to Andrew Porter.

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More children forced into poverty by Coalition spending cuts

Over half a million more children will be forced into poverty by the time of the next election because of the Government’s tax, benefit and spending changes, the Children’s Commissioner for England warns today.

Classical review: Les pecheurs de perles (The Pearl Fishers), Holland Park Opera, London

Powered by some of the lushest arias and duets in the canon, Bizet’s pearl-fishers have become synonymous with Oriental chic. But one could argue – as Penny Woolcock did in her 2010 production for ENO – that this opera’s ‘savage’ backdrop has more relevance today than it did in 1863.

George Zimmerman enters the courtroom for his trial in Sanford, Florida

George Zimmerman murder trial: Prosecutors to unveil female friend of Trayvon Martin, who was on phone to teenager moments before he was killed

Girl received running account of events starting, she says, when Mr Martin noticed Zimmerman watching him in the gated central Florida community

Godolphin plan to rush Irish pace for Libertarian

Having seen Dawn Approach snared by a slow pace in the Derby, Godolphin seem determined to retain control of their own destiny with the colt they have since acquired out of the same race. Libertarian, who charged home for second as Dawn Approach was tailing off at Epsom, will run in Godolphin colours for the first time when making his final appearance for Elaine and Karl Burke in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby at the Curragh on Saturday. And he will be joined by Cap O'Rushes, upgraded from handicap company at Royal Ascot last week, as security against a lack of pace in his rematch with Ruler Of The World.

Trayvon Martin's father, Tracy, in court

Self-defence or racism? Shooting of teenager Trayvon Martin that gripped the US comes to trial

Former neighbourhood watchman accused of killing black teenager ‘because he wanted to’

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