Sport Alex Song (right) of Cameroon

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Cameroon's entire boxing team have gone missing in Britain while competing at the Olympics.

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Handy work: Jill Scott celebrates with Steph Houghton after the defender scores Great Britain's third goal

Dominant Britain join Brazil in the last eight

Great Britain 3 Cameroon 0

Handy work: Jill Scott celebrates with Steph Houghton after the defender scores Great Britain's third goal

Great British women dominant in win over Cameroon

Great Britain booked their place in the Olympic quarter-finals with a routine victory over Cameroon at the Millennium Stadium.

Samuel Eto'o

Cameroon coach wants Samuel Eto'o stripped of captaincy following strike

Cameroon coach Denis Lavagne wants Samuel Eto'o removed as captain when he returns from suspension later this year.

A bushmeat hunter in the jungle on the way to hunt, and check traps

Demand for bushmeat still high despite fears of disease

Deep in the rainforest of south-east Cameroon, the voices of the men rang out. "Where are the white people?" they shouted. The men, who begin to surround us, are poachers, who make their money from the illegal slaughter of gorillas and chimpanzees. They are not keen for their activities to be reported; the trade they ply could not only wipe out critically endangered species but, scientists are now warning, could also create the next pandemic of a deadly virus in humans.

Researchers have confirmed HIV/AIDS originated through the hunting and consumption of wild game or bush meat particularly non-human primate species such as chimps and monkeys such as this one

African monkey meat that could be behind the next HIV

Deep in Cameroon's rainforests, poachers are killing primates for food. Evan Williams reports from Yokadouma on a practice that could create a pandemic

Benoît Assou-Ekotto (left): 'I am very much enjoying my time here'

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Tottenham defender Benoit Assou-Ekotto has reaffirmed his commitment to the club, distancing himself from earlier quotes hinting at a summer move.

Andrew Grice: Is current crisis a blip – or worse? The jury's still out...

"On the family, we need two or three eye-catching initiatives that are entirely conventional in terms of their attitude," the Prime Minister said. "I should be personally associated with as much of this as possible."

Mother hurt in 'racist' acid attack

A woman had corrosive liquid thrown at her in a suspected race attack as she walked with her six-month-old baby.

Heart screening in England is inadequate, says Mancini

City manager responds to Muamba horror by saying medicals must be more rigorous
'I'm not satisfied as the medicals are really light,' says Mancini

English screening system is inadequate, insists Mancini

City manager responds to Muamba horror by saying there must be more rigorous medicals

Redknapp must prepare his team to return to White Hart Lane

Traumatised Tottenham must focus says Harry Redknapp

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is confident his players will put aside the trauma of Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest tomorrow when they return to White Hart Lane for the first time since seeing the Bolton midfielder collapse.

'Massive' increase in elephant poaching

Poachers have slaughtered at least 200 elephants in the past five weeks in a patch of Africa where they are more endangered than anywhere else on Earth, wildlife activists say.

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