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The man who pays his way

Riot police fire tear gas to disperse the crowd

'No one will get away with it': Turkish PM issues protest threat as riot police storm Taksim Square

Officers fire tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters just hours after the government said it would meet with protest leaders

Three firebombs explode in central Athens

Three firebombs have exploded at different locations in central Athens, with one wounding a woman.

The 10 Best sleeping bags

Getting a good night's kip can make or break a trip to the great outdoors. Here are our top choices on how to stay snug

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From camping and caravanning to Game of Thrones walking tours

Questioned: Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

Police seize possessions of rough sleepers in crackdown on homelessness

Police in north London have seized blankets, sleeping bags and food donations from rough sleepers in a crackdown on homelessness.

The 10 Best road-trip gadgets

If you're planning a car or bike journey of any duration this summer, make sure you enjoy the ride with these picks.

Mick Jagger, musician - 1962-

Sir Mick Jagger plans yurt-based family fun at Glastonbury 2013

Sir Mick Jagger has revealed that he is planning to make a weekend of it when he headlines Glastonbury with The Rolling Stones and will hang out with his children.

Field Day may feel like another world, but it has the added bonus of being a short hop from the Tube

Urban festivals: The sound of the city

Elisa Bray on how urban festivals are taking on their traditional rural rivals

Three teenage boys arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs in connection with death of 16-year-old schoolgirl Ellie Jones

Three teeange boys have been arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs in connection with the death of a 16-year-old schoolgirl who is thought to have taken an illegal substance.

The Rhine in Germany

Summer Guide 2013: Rivers

Float down the Rhine in Germany on a 10-day cruise on the MS Algeria with Shearings (0844 824 6351; shearings.com). You can admire the Unesco-listed Rhine Gorge from the comfort of the boat. The journey includes excursions such as wine-tasting in Boppard, a walking tour of Koblenz and a trip to the castle at Lahnstein. The price of £879pp, based on two sharing, includes return coach travel from regional stops around England, a week's full-board cruise and two nights' half-board hotel accommodation en route.

Italian icon: Ostuni in Puglia

My life in travel: Theo Randall

'We visit Puglia a lot. The food, the people, the whole place is amazing'

Deals of the week - County Cork, French camping, Sicily Spa

Less than £200... Spring is a fine time to take in the delights of Ireland. Until 30 May, Irish Ferries Holidays is offering three nights at The Castle Hotel in County Cork for £192pp, with breakfast and return ferry crossings from Pembroke to Rosslare and car included. Irishferries.com

Glastonbury romance? Revellers watch the sunrise from the stone circle during the festival

Final tranche of Glastonbury 2013 tickets sell out in an hour

Those hoping to see the Rolling Stones headline Glastonbury had one last opportunity to purchase tickets at the weekend but the last batch sold out in just over an hour yesterday.

Borussia Dortmund players celebrate their last-gasp victory

Borussia Dortmund fans sleep rough in hope of claiming Champions League semi-final tickets

Hundreds camp outside club offices eager for tickets to first leg against Real Madrid

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