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Plzen are yet to lose a game this season having won 12 and drawn two, and they will be hoping to keep that record intact despite the arrival of Pellegrini's star-studded City side
The Three Lions are now 15th in the world
Set a gentle pace on the highways of Mid-Wales in an electric car with Welsh Road Trips (welshroadtrips.com), an initiative by three hotels in the Green Tourism Business Scheme. Guests are given directions between the three properties, with two nights' B&B provided at each establishment – Lasswade Country House in Llanwrtyd Wells, The Old Vicarage Dolfor near Newtown, and Westview Guesthouse in Llowes. Price £595pp, including hire of a two-seat electric car.
Stoke City goalkeeper has been linked with a summer transfer to Old Trafford
The Yugoslav war crimes tribunal has acquitted the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of one charge of genocide but upheld 10 other war crimes counts related to atrocities in Bosnia's bloody war.
The Yugoslav war crimes tribunal has acquitted former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of one of the two genocide charges he faces but upheld 10 other counts at the halfway stage of his long-running trial.
Weighing in on the Syria crisis, former US President Bill Clinton has suggested that the dilemmas that Washington and other western powers are facing now on how to tackle it are similar to those that arose when violence engulfed the former Yugoslavia twenty years ago.
Failure to release documents brings war crimes tribunal to halt after just two days
Rangers defender Sasa Papac feels all the players are under threat of losing their jobs as administrators look to cut costs.
Arguments about the role of religion in national life have recently acquired a new urgency. Peter Popham reports on a modern version of an old debate
Hollywood star defends her hard-hitting and controversial story set during the 1990s Bosnian conflict
Courage under fire! Jolie's debut is not for faint-hearted
Thousands of grieving Bosnian Muslims yesterday buried hundreds of newly-identified victims of a notorious Balkan war massacre and expressed hope justice would finally be done now that Serb commander Ratko Mladic is on trial.
An appeals court in the Netherlands concluded yesterday that the Dutch state was responsible for the deaths of three Muslim men in the Srebrenica massacre in which 8,000 people were slaughtered by Bosnian Serb forces.
Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb military commander was removed from the courthouse in The Hague yesterday for repeatedly interrupting the judge with complaints about his treatment, during what should have been a straightforward plea hearing.
Former Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic was removed from the UN war crimes court at The Hague today after refusing to enter a plea and disrupting the judge's attempts to read out the charges against him.